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Toylines (alphabetical order)
= art & retro toys = (1994)
= misc = (1994)
365 Samurai (2010)
Aliens (1994)
Austin Powers (1999)
AVP (1995)
Beetle Bailey (2000)
Bettie Paige (1999)
Big Guy (1996)
Bone (1994)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2008)
Casper the Friendly Ghost (2004)
Classic Archie Character (2011)
Classic Comic Book Characters (2006)
Classic Comic Characters (2000)
Classic DC Characters (2007)
Classic Marvel Character (2011)
Classic Marvel Character - Fantastic Four (2011)
Classic Marvel Character Series 2 (2012)
Classic Peanuts Character (2006)
Classic Peanuts Character 60th Anniversary (2010)
Classic Simpsons Characters (2009)
Classic Uncle Scrooge Characters (2009)
Conan the Barbarian (2003)
Concrete (1991)
Cowboy Bebop (2003)
Dexter (1990)
Dilbert (2009)
Dirty Pair (2002)
Disney Comics Characters (2011)
Domo (2008)
Dragon Age II (2012)
Elfquest (2007)
Emily the Strange (2006)
Flaming Carrot (1999)
Futurama (2001)
Game of Thrones (2012)
Ghost (1998)
Good Luck Trolls (2012)
Gremlins (2006)
Grendel (2002)
Gunsmith Cats (2001)
Hard Boiled (1994)
Hellboy (2001)
Hellboy Animated (2006)
Hellboy Qee (2001)
Hot Stuff (2003)
Intron Depot (2000)
Kellogg's Character (2006)
King Kong (1992)
Lenore (2005)
Lisa Petrucci (2007)
Little Lulu (2005)
Magic The Gathering (1998)
Martha Washington (1998)
Mass Effect (2011)
Mirror Mask (2005)
Monkey Bone (2001)
Mutts (2006)
Peanuts (2010)
Planet of the Apes (2001)
Predator (1994)
Screwball Classic Cartoons (1997)
Serenity (2006)
Shi (2003)
Sin City (2005)
Sock Monkey (2001)
Star Wars (1997)
The Goon (2004)
The Mask (1992)
The Spirit (2008)
The Umbrella Academy (2009)
Tim Burton's Tragic Toys (2003)
Toy Story (2011)
Universal Monsters (1994)
Usagi Yojimbo (2000)
Vampire Hunter D (2008)
Wolverton Weirdos (1999)
X-Files (1997)
Toylines (chronological order)
1990 Dexter
1991 Concrete
1992 King Kong
1992 The Mask
1994 = art & retro toys =
1994 = misc =
1994 Aliens
1994 Bone
1994 Hard Boiled
1994 Predator
1994 Universal Monsters
1995 AVP
1996 Big Guy
1997 Screwball Classic Cartoons
1997 Star Wars
1997 X-Files
1998 Ghost
1998 Magic The Gathering
1998 Martha Washington
1999 Austin Powers
1999 Bettie Paige
1999 Flaming Carrot
1999 Wolverton Weirdos
2000 Beetle Bailey
2000 Classic Comic Characters
2000 Intron Depot
2000 Usagi Yojimbo
2001 Futurama
2001 Gunsmith Cats
2001 Hellboy
2001 Hellboy Qee
2001 Monkey Bone
2001 Planet of the Apes
2001 Sock Monkey
2002 Dirty Pair
2002 Grendel
2003 Conan the Barbarian
2003 Cowboy Bebop
2003 Hot Stuff
2003 Shi
2003 Tim Burton's Tragic Toys
2004 Casper the Friendly Ghost
2004 The Goon
2005 Lenore
2005 Little Lulu
2005 Mirror Mask
2005 Sin City
2006 Classic Comic Book Characters
2006 Classic Peanuts Character
2006 Emily the Strange
2006 Gremlins
2006 Hellboy Animated
2006 Kellogg's Character
2006 Mutts
2006 Serenity
2007 Classic DC Characters
2007 Elfquest
2007 Lisa Petrucci
2008 Buffy the Vampire Slayer
2008 Domo
2008 The Spirit
2008 Vampire Hunter D
2009 Classic Simpsons Characters
2009 Classic Uncle Scrooge Characters
2009 Dilbert
2009 The Umbrella Academy
2010 365 Samurai
2010 Classic Peanuts Character 60th Anniversary
2010 Peanuts
2011 Classic Archie Character
2011 Classic Marvel Character
2011 Classic Marvel Character - Fantastic Four
2011 Disney Comics Characters
2011 Mass Effect
2011 Toy Story
2012 Classic Marvel Character Series 2
2012 Dragon Age II
2012 Game of Thrones
2012 Good Luck Trolls
Company history
About Dark Horse    
In the mid-1980s, Mike Richardson owned a successful chain of retail comic-book shops in the Portland Area. But something was bothering himeeven the best comics his stores carried were below the standards Richardson believed the comics medium was capable of maintaining. For an industry that was already half a century old, there was very little innovation surfacing in the books he sold, and because of that, this medium that Richardson had loved since his youth was in danger of crumbling. Richardson knew that if he expected anything to change, heed have to jump in and do it himself. In 1986, he invested profits from the chain of book stores that would come to be known nationwide as Things from Another World (the worldes largest comic-book retail chain), and with that money founded Dark Horse Comics.
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