This June, Image Comics will release Howard Chaykin’s newest series, The Divided States Of Hysteria, which explores the deep political divisions in the United States. Essentially, the series seems to be an exploration of what it would take to literally fracture the nation, according to the press release from Image Comics. Howard Chaykin is the
Image Comics sent out a press release showcasing their ECCC Announcements. In the sea of Super Hero comics, it's always refreshing to read something different and Image is a leader in that category. Check out the list below!
Youngblood is infamous. As one of the first Image titles, it was so anticipated that it sold more copies than any other independently comic at that point. However, creator Rob Liefeld's reputation as a bad artist has tarnished it despite efforts by some really good writers to explore the central theme of superheroes as celebrities. The series has a habit of not finishing planned stories and not meeting commitments of completed mini-series.
We normally do not post press releases but this one I'm excited about. Image was and has been a publisher I admire and they have come a long way since 1992. If you want to read about these blind boxes, read on and make sure to ask for them at your comic shop.
Bryan Lee O'Malley writes some fantastic comics, so fans look forward to any new comics from him. It looks like the new series Snotgirl is no exception, going to a second printing to keep up with pre-ordered demand. This leads to a press release from image with an eye-catching, if not slightly disgusting headline... SNOTGIRL blows readers away
Luther Strode's story is coming to an end. Everything has led to a final confrontation with the first murderer, Cain. Cain is the one person behind all of Luther Strode's pain. Everything is going to end for the saga of Luther Strode this July in Legacy of Luther Strode TPB.
Mythic is one of those books that shows the caliber of talent that goes to Image Comics to get creator owned work published. This June, it gets collected in a trade paperback from Image. Check out the full press release below.
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.
Emerald City Comicon starts today so here's the Image Comics Schedule for the convention. Their own Image Comics Expo has already produced announcements of new series, but they already have some other great series that will get attantion at Emerald City. Image Comics will be at Booth #316, where they'll be selling some limited edition variant covers. They also sent along the following information about where you can go to get other Image-related swag and events.
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,