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Tag: Image Comics

Top Ten Comic Books of 2018

This year was a pretty good time for comic books, with a large number of standout ongoing series and original graphic novels being produced in the past twelve months. This list is, in my opinion, comprised of the ten best stories offered by the medium this year. Covering material from a variety of publishes and ...

Image Comics Announces New Series ‘OLIVER,’ from Gary Whitta & Darick Robertson

Award-winning screenwriter Gary Whitta (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, The Book Of Eli) teams with celebrated artist Darick Robertson (HAPPY!, Transmetropolitan, The Boys) for the highly anticipated new dystopian series OLIVER—coming this January from Image Comics. “OLIVER has been more than 15 years in the making, so it’s a particular thrill to finally see it on its ...

Isola #5 Review

One of Image’s most beautiful comics has brought an end to its first chapter, and it was a satisfying conclusion. Fletcher follows up the cliff-hanger from last month with a worthy follow-up filled with suspense and heart. The basic premise is that with the Queen injured Rook must do what she can to save the ...

Two Bitter Root #1 Covers revealed

Image Comics has released images of two variant cover for BITTER ROOT #1 by David F. Walker, Chuck Brown, and Sanford Greene.  The main cover is by Green and the variant is  drawn by industry legend Mike Mignola.   BITTER ROOT takes place in 1920s with the Harlem Renaissance in full swing. The new series will ...

Royal City #14 Review

What is the perfect antidote to the past? To all the mistakes you made that continue to haunt your present and the lies that have begun to define you? Jeff Lemire doesn’t have that fix all cure, but Royal City’s finale does point readers in the right direction. The Pike family saga has been brought ...

Comic Report: 15/08/18

Extermination #1 Review "While initially opening with a great story structure, the issue fails to make a case for why this time travel story should stand out among the many in X-Men canon. It needs to prove why people should pay attention to it, beyond finally solving a nearly decade old time paradox." Rating: 3/5 ...

Unnatural #2 Returning For a Second Printing

It seems like Mirka Andolfo’s and Milo Manara's series Unnatural for Image Comics has struck a chord with fans because issue two has gotten a second printing. Good to see an indie comic doing so well. Warms my heart. While Leslie’s life begins to unravel after the fateful birthday message from the Reproduction Office, Trish sets off ...

Weatherman #4 Limited Variant Cover Revealed

If you weren't already excited for the fourth issue of Weatherman, Image Comics has unveiled a limited variant cover by Bengal, the artist of their hit series Death or Glory. Bengal is a a terrific artist and this beautiful cover is further proof of that fact. The retailer cut off date for this issue and ...

Universal Pulls ‘Cowboy Ninja Viking’ From Release Calendar

With only a month before production was expected to begin, Universal has removed Cowboy Ninja Viking from its release calendar. Production is expected to be delayed but the film still remains in active development. Cowboy Ninja Viking was in its pre-production phase and was expected to be released June 28, 2019. With a major star like Chris Pratt in ...

Comic Report: 06/06/2018

Justice League #1 Review All the groundwork that Snyder’s done in Dark Nights: Metal and No Justice has paid off as this is the first issue in a very promising new Justice League series.  If someone created a checklist that had every attribute a good Justice League story needs, this issue has that in spades. ...

Comic Report: 30/05/2018

Amazing Spider-man #800 Review This was the big finale to Dan Slott’s long run on Amazing Spider-man and it meets almost every expectation one would have going into it and then some. 'Go Down Swinging' always felt short at only four issues, but this finale is having enough material to fill more than two regular sized ...

Jamie Foxx Set To Star In New Spawn Film

Academy Award winning actor Jamie Foxx has signed on to play the lead role in McFarlane's Spawn reboot.  Foxx will portray American soldier Al Simmons who, after being betrayed by his employers, is killed and sent to hell.  While there Simmons is transformed into a hellspawn, a supernatural being meant to serve in hell's army, ...

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