Image has a new ongoing series debuting in October. Proof by Alex Grecian and Riley Rossmo tells the story of FBI agent Ginger Brown who goes through the looking glass and ends up dealing with all the supernatural and paranormal stuff you see in those tabloid magazines. Best of all her partner is Bigfoot. Rossmo explains, “We’re aiming to overhaul the usual expectations of a sci-fi series. Our Bigfoot completely contradicts his usual role. Although, that’s just the beginning as our first issue ends with El Chubacabra in a form that differs from any before.” Take the jump for the
Image comics has announced it will release the Accelerate trade paperback this October. The Pander Brothers/Richard Kadrey story take a futuristic look at Los Angeles. Kadrey, who just recently released his long awaited Butcher Boy, took his past history as one of the forefathers of the cyberpunk movement and combined it with the Pander Brothers’ unique sensibilities to create the original miniseries. The end mix is a comic book cocktail of futurism, hiphop and and alternate dimensions. Since then magazines such as Details, Spin, Paper and Wired have spotlighted their work, including their upcoming feature film?SELFLESS, making the timing of
Only took a couple of days before the entire Image Founders Panel from the San Diego Comic-Con was posted on YouTube for all to see. Here’s Part One. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHarhyx6w3I[/youtube] Check the YouTube page for the other six parts.
Image Comics has sent Major Spoilers its schedule for the San Diego Comic-Con, and more importantly the line up for The Image Comics Show Panel hosted by Brian Posehn and Gerry Duggan. In addition to being the source of Image’s announcements, we are featuring a line up of our fan-favorite creators talking up their plans for major upcoming issues. Join Mike Oeming (MICE TEMPLAR), Robert Kirkman (WALKING DEAD, INVINCIBLE, WOLF-MAN), Erik Larsen (SAVAGE DRAGON, Image Publisher), Jay Fotos (DEATH DEALER), Matt Fraction (CASANOVA), Phil Noto (TO BE ANNOUNCED) and BRAND NEW guests Joseph Michael Linsner & Eva Hopkins (DAWN, DARK
Here is the New Comic Release list for comics scheduled to be in stores July 25, 2007. There may be items on this list that are not shipped at the last minute, or new material may be added. Check with your local retailer for more details. This list was last updated July 23, 2007.
Image Comics has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles shipping in October 2007. Among the contenders to watch out for; The Walking Dead, Crawl Space, Brawl, Rex Mundi, The Ride, and more!
To quote everyone’s favorite Cool-Aid icon, “Oh Yea!” Image Comics has really come through this week, dropping off 14 sneak peeks for titles arriving in stores next week. Take the jump for today’s offering including Invincible #44, The walking Dead #39, Elephantmen #10, and more.
To quote everyone’s favorite Cool-Aid icon, “Oh Yea!” Image Comics has really come through this week, dropping off 14 sneak peeks for titles arriving in stores next week. The list is long and space is tight, so I’m splitting this over two days. Take the jump for today’s offering including The Chemist #1, Hiding in Time #1, and a bunch of collected trades.
I got to say I loved the Luna Brothers Ultra series, and hung on for Ultra, and now Image comics has announced Joshua and Jonathan are returning this October with The Sword. “Like our previous titles, THE SWORD weaves the supernatural and fantastic into our everyday world,” said writer Joshua Luna in a prepared statment. “But unlike those books, THE SWORD focuses on revenge and power.”
Image Comics has announced Crawl Space, a brand new horror series by Rick Remender and Kieron Dwyer, is set to arrive in October – hey, just in time for Halloween. “CRAWL SPACE is a series of horror stories Kieron and I have been cooking up for years. Like an expanded Tales From the Crypt where each tale is given many issues to develop — it’s not an anthology,” explains Remender, the series’ writer. “Since completing SEA OF RED, Kieron and I have been cooking up new horror stories together and over the next few years, they’ll all be wedged out
If you have been waiting for the trade to jump on Dynamo 5, your wait is about to come to an end. The first Dynamo 5 collection will be 176-page trade and will cost you less than $10. “With issue four’s sell-out and the series’ rising orders, it’s obvious there’s a high demand for the trade paperback,” said creator Jay Faerber in a prepared statement. “We decided to go with a special low price, as I want as many eyes to see this as possible, especially with the new arc kicking off the same day!” The trade, collecting DYNAMO 5’s
Marvel landed forty-seven nominations in the Wizard Fan Awards. The final awards will be announced at Wizard World Chicago, August 9-12. There is a lot of good work being nominated this year, and I’m split in many of the categories. You can vote online now at Wizard’s website. If you are so inclined, take the jump to see the complete list of nominees.