It's been a while since I caught up with Marco, Alana, and Hazel in the pages of Saga. When I saw that Saga #36 promised a somewhat happier story, I was thrilled to catch up, since things have not looked good for quite a while in Saga.
Kaare Andrews has created some controversial moments in comics before on Spider-Man: Reign and Iron Fist: The Living Weapon. It looks as if he's at it again, this time on his creator owned Renato Jones: The One %, published this summer by Image Comics. What follows is the press release from Image Comics and advertising for the series, which may not be suitable for all audiences.
Howard Chaykin is pretty much a legend in the comics industry. Most recently his work has been published by Image, notably in the series Satellite Sam, and now Midnight Of The Soul. Granted, we haven't been diligent in promoting this fantastic work, but right now, we start to remedy this.
Invincible immediately grabbed readers' imaginations in no small part thanks to the artwork of co-creator Cory Walker. Over thirteen years of stories has seen the title character grow from a courageous teenager to a hero and a father. The most recent story line saw Mark begin his story over, but choose to go back to the life and the family he had in the present. Unfortunately, it never quite works out that simply.
For fans of Bob Fingerman's series Minimum Wage, May brings another bookshelf collection to add to the mix. Collecting last year's Minimum Wage: So Many Bad Decisions, the collection will have bonus material, including guest art from Amy Reeder, Joseph Michael Linsner, Andrew MacLean, Tommy Lee Edwards, Stan Manoukian and Julien/CDM and more.
Frank Cho has had quite a year. He was a focal point in an online battle with social justice warriors. He provided numerous covers to Marvel. He started regularly drawing a new Hulk series. Dynamite still continues to publish his Jungle Girl series. His level of quality remains high, despite any controversy he generates. In May,
Eric Stephenson, Publisher of Image Comics is known for expressing some radical views for a comics publisher. Whether it's slowing down with variant covers or constant events meant to boost short-term sales, he has been outspoken about the comics industry.
Bloody Mary from Eisner-winning writer Garth Ennis and artist Carlos Ezquerra has found a new home at Image Comics. First published under the DC Comics Helix imprint in 1996, Bloody Mary told the story of an American commando sent to Europe, then back to America. There were eight issues over two mini-series, Bloody Mary and Bloody Mary, Lady Liberty.
Tokyo Ghost Volume 1 has been officially announced by Image Comics. Following in the tradition of great science fiction comics, Tokyo Ghost crafts a believable future world of the future. We could go on, but the press release from Image Comics sells the collection better than we could sum it up. When it comes out in March, it's worth checking out if you've missed the series the first time around.
The Walking Dead #151 Launches a new story arc following the events of the momentous 150th issue. Spoilers for that issue abide in this article, so be warned. If you haven't yet read The Walking Dead #150 and you don't want it spoiled, don't click past the break.
Shutter, a great Image Comics fantasy title, is launching a brand new story arc in February.It's a great time for comic readers that like science fiction and fantasy. So many great titles come out every month telling stories that Marvel and DC, with their reliance on super-heroes, simply do not publish en masse. One of Image's highly regarded fantasy titles is Shutter.