Image Comics has released a sneak peek of titles arriving this week.  Take the jump for a look at Chew, Savage Dragon, Next Gen Warz, and more.

CHEW #14
story JOHN LAYMAN
art & cover ROB GUILLORY
32 PAGES / FC
$2.99

“JUST DESSERTS,” Part Four
Cibopath showdown!
RETAILER WARNING: NOT SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES

IMAGE FIRSTS: GØDLAND #1
story JOE CASEY
art/cover TOM SCIOLI
32 PAGES / FC
$1.00

Adam Archer is Earth’s star-powered champion. But what does his existence mean for the rest of humanity? And how long until the rest of the universe takes notice? Mind-altering aliens! Surreal super-villains! All-out action! The greatest heroic epic of the new age begins here! One issue of GODLAND and you’ll be hooked!



NEXT GEN WARZ #1 (of 2)
story RYAN KINNAIRD
art & covers RYAN KINNAIRD
32 PAGES / FC
$3.99

“A BATTLE OF GIGA PROPORTIONS”
Writer/artist RYAN KINNAIRD (X-Men: Phoenix – Legacy of Fire, PSM) pens a titillating comedic tale, as the female-embodied video game consoles FoxBox630 and ESexy3 battle for supremacy. The greatest conflict for disposable income begins!
RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES

SAVAGE DRAGON #164
story ERIK LARSEN
art & cover ERIK LARSEN
32 PAGES / FC
$3.50

“EMPEROR DRAGON,” Part Two
Savage Dragon has plans to take over the world-and it’s up to a strange visitor from another planet to try and stop his evil scheme! Enter: Vanguard! Meanwhile, Malcolm and Angel are trying to cope with living in the shadow of a father who’s become public enemy number one! Death and destruction are the order of the day, and nothing can stop the inevitable from taking place. The countdown begins to the end of the world!

via Image Comics

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