The prescient comic will return in March with all kinds of newness: a new #1, a new story arc, a new prestige publishing format, and a new quarterly release schedule (but the same great creators).
Following the release of their first original graphic novel, MY HEROES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN JUNKIES, the best-selling Eisner Award-winning noir crime comics duo will continue to do their thing exclusively at Image.
The horror comic about race in America has found its director
Paradiso is hungry, but so are her people.
In the first issue of Kieron Gillen and Stephanie Hans’ ‘Die,’ Jumanji combines with Dungeons and Dragons to birth a creepy, fantastical story about trauma, death, rebirth, and friendship.
Writer and music industry vet Jeff Rougvie discusses his forthcoming GUNNING FOR HITS, on which he teams with artist Moritat to tell a story about crime and stardom set in the shady 1980s New York music scene.
Writer Christopher Sebela and artist Ibrahim Moustafa’s 2013 noir comic about government secrets, grave robbing, and climbing Mount Everest is a two-time Eisner-nominated series getting a new trade from Image Comics.
The dark midwestern magic comics second printing will come with a new cover that features artwork from Young when it becomes available on Wednesday, Jan. 2.
Millar will collaborate with artist Simone Bianchi on the comic, which sees the titular blue collar bounty hunter Sharkey chasing criminals throughout the galaxy in a rocket-powered ice cream truck.
The volume, which includes the first six issues of the writer/artist’s recent series, is due out in January from Image Comics.