|Army of Darkness|
Cover of Army of Darkness 1 (Nov 1992).
Art by John Bolton.
|Publisher||Dark Horse Comics
|Formats||Original material for the series has been published as a set of limited series and one-shot comics.|
Based on Army of Darkness
|Publication date||November 1992 – present|
|Omnibus Volume 1||ISBN 1606901001|
Army of Darkness comics are based on the film of the same name published originally by Dark Horse Comics with the license being picked up by Dynamite Entertainment who initially published them through Devils Due Publishing.
It was published as a 3-issue mini-series and was released as a trade paperback by Dynamite in 2006 (ISBN 0974963836}.
The plot picks up right at the end of the film. It was written by Andy Hartnell, with art by Nick Bradshaw.
It was a 4-issue mini-series, collected as a trade paperback which was released in late February 2005 (ISBN 0974963895).
This story starts where Ashes 2 Ashes ends.
It was written by James Kuhoric, with art by Nick Bradshaw and Sanford Greene.
It was a 4-issue mini-series, collected as a trade paperback which was released in November 2006 (ISBN 1-933305-26-6).
This story starts where Shop Till You Drop Dead ends.
This was published as issue #1-4 of the ongoing Army of Darkness series. The trade was released in late October 2006 (ISBN 1-933305-13-4).
Ash returns to the cabin in the woods in an attempt to stop the evil at its source.
This was published as issue #5-7 of the series. It was published in September 2006 (ISBN 1-933305-18-5).
Ash tries to kill all the other monsters released by the Necronomicon: Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, the Wolf-Man and the Mummy.
This was originally published in the series #8-11. The trade paperback collects the Ash vs. Dracula series and The Death of Ash.
The story starts where Ash vs. Dracula ends and leads up to Marvel Zombies vs. The Army of Darkness.
It was published as issues #12-13 of the ongoing series.
Ash vs. Evil Ash Prime and his many mutants and monsters in a post-apocalyptic world. #1 August 2007. It was a four issue story arc.
A four issue story arc that will follow the aftermath of Ash defeating Evil Ash Prime and his quest (with Sheila by his side) to repair the damage done to the world.
A four issue story-arc taking place after "The Long Road Home" written by James Kuhoric and Mike Raicht featuring Ash, having lost his memories and status as the "Chosen One", battling demons.
A 48 page annual issue including 5 new stories by various writers and artists.
A jumbo sized sketchbook published by Devils Due Publishing.
Starting in January 2008, Dark Horse Comics has released a four-issue comic book mini-series based on The Evil Dead, which is written by Mark Verheiden, with art by John Bolton. As it is not published by Dynamite Entertainment, this series is most likely a separate continuity than the other Army of Darkness books.
A 2008 Christmas special. Ash tries to stop Evil Ash and a Deadite Santa from destroying Christmas.
Although this was a crossover, it served in the mainstream continuity of the series and shall be credited as part of the actual series.
A five-issue mini-series crossover with Marvel Comics set in the Marvel Zombies universe, also doubling as an origin story for that universe alongside the interlinked prequel Marvel Zombies: Dead Days. Due to this event Marvel Comics have designated this Earth-818793 of the Multiverse (Marvel Comics)
A crossover with another Sam Raimi film character, Darkman. It was written by Roger Stern and Kurt Busiek, with art by James Fry. It ran for four issues from August 2006 to March 2007 and the trade paperback released in late 2007.
The film sequel to Freddy vs. Jason was never made, but Wildstorm Comics and Dynamite announced that they'd be presenting the story in comic form as the six-issue mini-series Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash.
James Kuhoric and Jason Craig returning to write and illustrate, respectively. The story picks up where the last left off, and it will feature cameos of known characters from the previous Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street films.
A four issue mini-series in which Ash travels to Xena's dimension in order to stop a mini version of himself from destroying that world.
A crossover with Xena: Warrior Princess written by John Layman and Miguel Montenegro.
The various stories and limited series have been collected into trade paperbacks.
Dynamite are also collecting all the comics into larger omnibus editions: