The Batgirl of Burnside team returns to tear up new concrete!
Zen Studios has replicated most of the experience from playing pinball at the arcade. The sound of a steel ball hitting the bumper, flashing lights and loud noises which would scare your pets, immortalizing the high score you spent so many quarters achieving. Not only have Zen brought all this to video games, they’ve […]
David Carter examines Image Comics Sales for September 2016!
With his deluxe edition of Prince of Cats just out, Ron Wimberly is coming back to Image with BLACK HISTORY IN ITS OWN WORDS, a compilation of illustrations and quotes to be published for Black History Month next February. Image Comics is pleased to announce BLACK HISTORY IN ITS OWN WORDS by Ronald Wimberly (PRINCE OF CATS) […]
Dante is a new one-shot from writer Matt Hawkins (SYMMETRY, THINK TANK) and Jason Ning and artist Darick Robertson (HAPPY!, Transmetropolitan, TheBoys). It’s a tie-in with came packager Cryptozoic and IP comapny Strange turn. The story involved an assassin whose trying to go straight but stuff happens. Dante was a family man with a wife and […]
by Dave Carter Greetings, sales charts fans! It’s time once again to look at Image Comics’s sales figures. Please refer to July 2015’s column for a preamble and explanation as to why sales standards for Image books are likely to be different than those for DC or Marvel. Image shipped 52 comics in August, compared […]
The Wicked + The Divine transforms into “Pantheon Monthly” for its 23rd issue
Image just released their lineup of exclusives, signings and parties for NYCC and as usual it’s a blockbuster. Highlights include the debut of Moonshine the new book from Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, Reborn by Millar and Capullo and Cannibal by Buccellato, Young and Bergara. Let’s get to it! LIMITED* SDCC VARIANTS SOLD AT […]
In the late 90’s, Eric Powell brought The Goon to comics. Set in a macabre world which still stands the test of time. A simple town in depression-era America found itself overwrought with abhorrent creatures; the peoples’ only hope was a self-appointed protector made of whoop ass, The Goon. A character who looked like anger, cement, and […]
There’s the comics you read to escape reality, the ones you use to teach, and some you read for their historical significance. Once every few years, a comic comes out that does all three. Surgeon X from Image Comics is more than just the debut of writer Sara Kenney or the book which brought back […]