Image Comics has released sneak peeks of comics arriving in stores this week.  Take the jump for a look at Activity, Chew, The Darkness, Haunt, Hoax Hunters, It Girl & The Atomics, Manhattan Projects, Memoir, and more.

The Activity #8
“GOAT HUNT,”Part Two
The boys brave an escalating situation in Tashkent as Zoe makes a discovery at Fort Belvoir. Leslie has duties of her own, but the whole team will ultimately have to work together to keep the mission from falling apart.

The Bulletproof Coffin: Disinterred Vol. 2 TP
Collecting the second season of the mind-blowing cult favorite. Featuring the origin of The Shield of Justice, Tales from the Haunted Jazz Club, The Hateful Dead bubblegum cards, the loathsome Kiss The Clown, Coffin Fly versus The Red Menace and the legendary cut-up issue – “84.” What more could you ask for?

Okay… We added some “Behind the Scenes” extras, too. Happy now?


Chew #28
“SPACE CAKES,” Part Three
Remember last story arc when Tony Chu got kidnapped? This issue he gets kidnapped again! How lame is that? Meanwhile, we shamelessly pander to comics’ coveted “furry” demographic.

The Darkness #106
Jackie Estacado never feared much of anything, except the Darkness itself. Then the rules changed and he learned that there are things in this world that even the Darkness should fear.

Haunt #26
The mystery of Still Harvey Tubman gets even more mysterious as the Kilgore brothers are forced to confront their own surreal, family dysfunction. Of course, the most important question of all is: WHO IS LADY HAUNT?!

Hoax Hunters #3
The carnival proved to be more dangerous than even the Hoax Hunters anticipated, and now they must battle Clive’s relentless forces to stay alive. Also, Jack digs further into his father’s mysterious past and is shocked by what he uncovers.

It Girl & The Atomics #2
It Girl comes crashing down to Earth. Can she figure out where she’s landed before the shadowy figure following behind catches up with her? Also, see what the Skunk’s old gang gets up to when left to their own devices! Joins us for world-bending new adventures starring Michael Allred’s Atomics!

The Manhattan Projects #6
While the Americans have progressively built the Manhattan Projects into massive success and thrust the west into future dominance, on the other side of the world the cold war rages on. Find out the secret history of the Russian science machine.

The thrilling FEEL GOOD, BAD SCIENCE series continues in THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS #6: STAR CITY!

The Manhattan Projects Vol. 1: Science. Bad. TP
What if the research and development department created to produce the first atomic bomb was a front for a series of other, more unusual, programs?

Collecting the coolest new series of the year into one super science package.


Memoir #6 (of 6)
With escape from Lowesville seemingly impossible, Trent MacGowan must face what is surely his destiny. But the forces dwelling within the ‘haunted forest’ may yet have a say in the outcome… Shocking revelations are guaranteed in the conclusion to one of 2011’s spookiest new books!

The Milkman Murders
The infamous 2005 mini-series returns in an all-new deluxe hardcover edition! The horror of suburban life explodes in an orgy of mythic violence — and mild-mannered housewife, Barbara Vale, finds herself at its dark epicenter! And when you meet her family, you’ll understand why. This slice of Americana is brought to you by the twisted minds of JOE CASEY and the legendary STEVE PARKHOUSE. If you missed it the first time around, this is your chance to finally join the Tupperware party!

“A truly disturbing and original piece of horror… not for the faint of heart or those looking for spoon-fed niceties, The Milkman Murders is comics as you’ve rarely seen them before.” – ED BRUBAKER

Mondo TP
What starts off a meek chicken stuffed with melancholia, turns decidedly steamed, broiling along until it mutates into a body of pure destructive anger.
This is MONDO, the jam-packed ‘roid-raging trade, with over 100 pages that combines all three issues of the twisted dark comedy series, plus a plethora of unused art, doodles, and odious stuff that was too unfit to appear in the regular monthly run.

Collects MONDO #1-3

Savage Dragon: Invasion
Savage Dragon! Overlord! And an alien invasion like no other! Death, destruction and everything else that makes Savage Dragon the most compelling comic on the shelf is in full swing here! Comes with our highest possible recommendation!

Collects SAVAGE DRAGON #175-180

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