It’s a short week this week, but that hasn’t stopped Image Comics from sending out a round of sneak peeks of comics arriving in stores this week.  Take the jump for Brigade #1, Dust Wars #2, Fall Out Toy Works #5, Godland #32, King City #10, The Walking Dead #74, and the Weird World of Jack Staff #3.

BRIGADE #1
story ROB LIEFELD
art MARAT MYCHAELS
covers MARAT MYCHAELS, ROB LIEFELD & MIKE CAPPROTTI
32 PAGES/FC
$3.99

“GENOCIDE”
BATTLESTONE. SEAHAWK. COLDSNAP. THERMAL. KAYO. STASIS. LETHAL. Together they are BRIGADE. Thirty years ago, a crashed alien spacecraft was retrieved by the U.S. government. A warning of an impending invasion was heeded and an alien defense initiative named Brigade was formed. 30 years later, Genocide arrives, looking to finish earth off for good. Fueled by alien technology and biology, only a Brigade can stop them! A complete re-imagining of the original smash series by the original creative team of ROB LIEFELD and MARAT MYCHAELS.

DUST WARS #2 (OF 3)
story CHRISTOPHER “MINK” MORRISON
art & cover DAVIDE FABBRI & PAOLO PARENTE
32 PAGES / FC

$2.99
TWISTORY STUDIOS presents PAOLO PARENTE’s pinup girl & walking robot world like you have never seen. Read issue #2 as the rag tag group of American misfits sets off to rob a castle deep behind enemy lines. Along the way, they are captured and then rescued by Soviet Commander Koshka and her KV-47 robot patrol on a secret mission to destroy an Axis Gunther robot stronghold. Be sure not to miss the second of a new three-issue series from PAOLO PARENTE’s ever-growing DUST universe. This time, it’s DUST WARS!

FALL OUT TOY WORKS #5 (OF 5)
created by FALL OUT BOY, DARREN ROMANELLI & NATHAN CABRERA
story BRETT LEWIS
art SAMI BASRI, SUNNY GHO & IMAGINARY FRIENDS STUDIOS
cover STANLEY “ARTGERM” LAU
32 PAGES / FC

$3.99
“TIFFANY BLUES,” CONCLUSION: “WELL, WHAT IF SOMEONE ELSE HAD THE SAME DREAM?”

As the Baron and the Toymaker clash in their final battle, Tiffany is lost amid the many shattered memory fragments that make up her programming. Just who is TIFFANY?

Inspired by the ideas and lyrics of FALL OUT BOY, FALL OUT TOY WORKS brings the magic of innocence to life as both a toy maker and his invention set about learning the true secrets of life.


GØDLAND #32
story JOE CASEY
art & cover TOM SCIOLI
24 PAGES / FC

$2.99
BOOK THIRTY-TWO: META-RUMBLE IN THE ASPHALT JUNGLE
All you longtime Basil fans: JUST LOOK AT THAT F#@KIN’ COVER!!! Plus, the secret origin of Friedrich Nickelhead… AKA an origin of Kafka-eqsue proportions!
GØDLAND CANNOT BE DENIED! AND WHY WOULD YOU EVEN TRY?!

KING CITY #10
story BRANDON GRAHAM
art & cover BRANDON GRAHAM
32 PAGES / BW

$2.99
The Demon King returns! While its evil casts a dark shadow over King City, Pete has to go deep into an alien brothel to save the green-skinned girl. Earth may not be big enough to contain this high stakes adventure!
RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES

THE WALKING DEAD #74
story ROBERT KIRKMAN
art & cover CHARLIE ADLARD & CLIFF RATHBURN
32 PAGES / BW

$2.99
A life restored by His glory.

RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES

THE WEIRD WORLD OF JACK STAFF #3
story & art PAUL GRIST
cover IAN CHURCHILL
32 PAGES / FC

$3.50
The untold origin of Jack Staff continues as Professor Fate seizes the Sword of Devastation, whilst in the present day John Smith finds out just who has wiped his memories of being a superhero. And that’s not good news.

via Image Comics

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