Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles available in stores today. Take the jump for Astounding Wolf-Man #20, God Complex #1, Noble Causes, Volume 9: Five Years Later, Phonogram 2: The Singles Club #6, and the Walking Dead #68.
Image Comics made a couple of announcements over the last couple of days, so once again, here’s your rapid-fire roundup of news from the company.Â For fans, take the jump to see what’s ahead for Invincible, especially with the announcement that Atom Eve isn’t dead, but is very naked.
It’s a holiday week, which means Thursday comics instead of Wednesday fun.Â To get you ready for the week ahead, Image Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of comics arriving on May 28, 2009.Â Take the jump for Astounding Wolf-Man #16, Back to Brooklyn #5, Dead@17: Ultimate Edition TP, Godland #28, and Special Forces, Volume 1 TP.
Crossovers. Whyâ€™d it have to be crossovers? Crossovers are one of those occurrences in comics where a character from one title appears in the pages of another title and vice versa.Â Generally, these events happen in the pages of titles from large publishers, and is a way to remind readers that the companyâ€™s universe is big and organic. Invincible, on the other hand, works perfectly well as a stand-alone universe in and of itself, so when characters begin to make more than a referential appearance in the pages, I get a bit concerned. Especially when the crossover features characters created
I guess Robert Kirkman has too many hours in the day, because Image comics has announced the Kirkman, Jason Howard Astounding Wolf-Man will turn into a monthly title this July. “Frankly, I just couldn’t stay patient,” ASTOUNDING WOLF-MAN co-creator and writer Robert Kirkman said. “Over the past year THE ASTOUNDING WOLF-MAN has become one of my favorite books to write and, even more so, seeing the pages pour in from Jason has made me crave MORE! With the impending shocker we’ve got coming in issue 7, we decided to switch the book from once every sixty days to every thirty!
Image is very excited about the third sell-out in a row for its Jason Howard and Robert Kirman Astounding Wolf-Man. The company said it will be going back to press with an all-new cover by Ryan Ottley and Kelsey Shannon. Kirkman said, “With Jason plowing away at the next issue of Wolf-Man I thought it would be a real treat for the fans to see INVINCIBLE artist Ryan Ottley’s take on our new hero. We even recruited the talents of BASTARD SAMURAI’s Kelsey Shannon to pretty up the image. They really knocked it out of the park. I think fans
Can’t make it to the next comic convention? Fear not, Major Spoilers is bringing you a whole lot of sneak peeks to keep you occupied, while your friends are hanging out with the big names in comics. We’ll kick things off today with sneak peeks from Image Comics featuring Killing Girl, Bonds, Bomb Queen, Tellos, In Her Darkest Hour, and The Astounding Wolfman. Of all of these titles shipping next week, Killing Girl is going to be the top of my list – the mafia’s own secret service? That’s gotta rock.
According to Image Comics the sale of The Astounding Wolf-Man by Robert Kirkman and Jason Howard have been going strong, even though the company sent double the stock to retailers free of charge. It’s really thrilling to have so many people react so positively to the book,” added Howard. “Robert and I have been working on promoting the book intensely over the last year or so. Seeing it pay off so highly means a lot.” This makes me wonder, “Are we seeing a resurgence of werewolves and wolf-men due in part to the flood of zombie stories that we are