Comics are constantly looking for ways to re-invent themselves. After all, they’re in direct competition with videogames and movies, all of which, well, move! The question is, how can comic books with stationary art compete with that? We just might be looking at the future in Faster Than Light, a new title from Image Comics. Apparently, creator Brian Haberlin has been working on this very thing when it comes to comics, and I like it!
Press Release Fan-favorite cartoonist Ted McKeever (MINIATURE JESUS) introduces a brooding, darkly humorous, and dystopian story about the last man to inhabit Earth in a collected miniseries from Shadowline/Image Comics in THE SUPERANNUATED MAN.
Press Release The August releases of two bestselling Shadowline series written by Kurtis J. Wiebe, RAT QUEENS #8 and PETER PANZERFAUST #21, will feature covers by each other’s artists. Additionally, a special retailer incentive cover B diptych by Michael Avon Oeming will be available for both books.
Who is excited to see Archie Andrews battle the undead in the upcoming Afterlife with Archie? If you said “no,” then there really is no joy and happiness in your life. If you said, “Yes!” then good news everyone! There’s a trailer teasing us with undead goodness, after the jump!
A vile den of drugs and villainy If I had to run down a list of movies that have a special place in my heart, Touchstoneâ€™s Who Framed Roger Rabbit would certainly be on the list.Â I really fell in love with the idea of cartoon characters living side by side with humans, and when you throw in a big mystery and a song and dance number, how could you not like this movie?Â Image Comicsâ€™ Shadowline imprint just released Archibald Chases the Dragon, and it brings back almost all of the memories from that crazy rabbit film.
Image’s Shadowline imprint has several trade paperbacks and books arriving in stores in March 2009, and Image has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information.Â The best item on the list (from my stand point) is Platinum Grit by Trudy Cooper and Danny Murphy.Â It’s a collected web comic, but one that is very well put together.
If you are going to be surrounded by the undead, and only have a short time left, then there’s only one thing to do – solve the greatest mystery of your life. ZOMBIE COP begins with police officer Joe Mundy being infected with the zombie plague and realizing he only has a short time to find who’s responsible before he’s fully taken over.Â Written by award-winning novelist and comic book writer Jeff Mariotte with fully painted art by rising star Szymon Kudranski, ZOMBIE COP promises to be alternately humorous, horrific and tragic, while leaving you to question what it means
After Hannibal’s defeat to the Romans, and then once again in DC’s Zuda Comics competition, Hannibal Goes to Rome is now making a campaign at Image Comics’ Shadowline website. As the mercenary forces of Carthage move to halt an ever-expanding Roman Empire, only one man has the audacity and talent to command the charge. One man, unlike any other before or since in history, is capable of dismantling the Roman machine. One man, alone, is crazy enough to bring elephants over the Alps. That man is Hannibal Barca, and this is his story condensed into a sardonic comic unworthy of
Image Comics’ Shadowline imprint is continuing to expand online with a boost to its web comics division. Shadowline’s continued diversity will be reflected in the web comics, as the line will vary from the science fiction of FINDER to the political intrigue of Len Kody & Jenny Frison’s CHICAGO: 1968 and even the oft-kilter superheroics of ACTION, OHIO by Neil Kleid and Paul Salvi. The lineup also currently includes newer titles like HANNIBAL GOES TO ROME, and the long-running YENNY and BRAT-HALLA. Future contributions include the web comic hit, PLATINUM GRIT by Trudy Cooper and Danny Murphy, and the upcoming
Don’t you just hate it when you have all the qualifications for a job, yet it goes to someone else?Â That’s what happens to Renee Tempete, who should be the new Galaxy Girl, but instead the role goes to a hottie with no powers at all.Â This leads to the three issue mini-series from Image Comics Shadowline imprint by Kat Cahill and Seth Damoose. Based on skill alone, Renee Tempete should be the new Galaxy Girl. Instead, a buxom blonde with no actual powers holds the title. As events unfold, Renee struggles not only against monsters, criminals and giant robots,