The Sangerye family settles uneasily into the new normal. What unexpected perils lie ahead for them? Find out in Bitter Root #11 from Image Comics!
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This week we’re taking a look at the topic everyone claims to hate but can’t seem to stop talking about anyways, politics.
The demon Adro has come to Earth! Do the Sangeryes have enough firepower and people to stand a chance of defeating her? Find out in Bitter Root #10 from Image Comics!
While Blink and Enoch keep things together in Harlem, the other Sangeryes have gone to Georgia to find Adro. What else will they uncover? Find out in Bitter Root #9 from Image Comics!
Berg hasn’t been cured – but he now has a connection with Dr. Sylvester. How did the Doctor end up where he is now? Find out in Bitter Root #1 from Image Comics!
Earth is not threatened by Jinoo alone – portals allow demons to slip through too. Can the Sangeryes find some allies, or are they fighting this alone? Find out in Bitter Root #6 from Image Comics!
Writer Chuck Brown joins forces with Italian artist Prenzy to create a hyper-violent, hyper-stylized ongoing series On the Stump coming to Image Comics this February.
There were dark days in America’s past, but through them all the Sangeryes were there. Find out more about this amazing family in Bitter Root: Red Summer Special #1.
Dark Horse Comics has announced the July 2019 release of The Quiet Kind from writer Chuck Brown and artist Jeremy Treece.
Can the Sangeryes close the gateway and deal with Dr. Sylvester and his crew of monstrous helpers? Find out in this review of Bitter Root #5 from Image Comics.
In a battle between fear and despair, can there ever be any winner? Find out in this week’s review of Bitter Root #4 from Image Comics.
The root of fiif’no plant can be used to purify the souls of people who become the monstrous Jinoo – or to kill them. Which is the better solution? And who is the mysterious monster who knows the Sangeryes by name?
When hate and evil turn people into the monsters known as Jinoo, the Sangerye family is there – not just to hunt them, but to save them! But there’s a new Jinoo in town – what can this mean for them, and all of us?
It’s a new golden age of variant covers and Image Comics offers two covers for the upcoming Bitter Root #1. The first is from series main cover artist Sanford Greene, while the other is from the one and only Mike Mignola.