Before heading out to your local comic book shop today, take a look at the titles arriving from Image Comics this week.
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for a look at Artifacts #24, Change #2, Clone #3, End Times of Bram and Ben #1, Guarding the Globe #5, Infinite Vacation #5, Legend of Luther Strode #2, Mind the Gap #7, Non Humans #2, and many, many more.
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Activity #10, Age of Bronze #32, Artifacts #23, Change #1, Clone #2, Hack/Slash #21, It Girl and the Atomics #5, Point of Impact #3, the Walking Dead #105 and more.
Image Comics released a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Clone #1, Comeback #1, Darkness #108, Glory #30, It Girl and The Atomics #4, Mind the Gap #6, Revival #5, Savage Dragon #183, Spawn #225, and more.
Yet another teaser image for the upcoming Clone series from Image Comics.
Image Comics has announced that Walking Dead artist, Charlie Adlard, is providing a variant cover for David Schulner and Juan Jose Ryp’s Clone.
Image Comics released another teaser image for Clone, coming in November 2012.
Image Comics has released a teaser image for the upcoming series, Clone, that arrives in November.
This summer, Top Cow Productions will launch a huge limited crossover series featuring the cybernetic killers of Cyberforce, and the Ultra Sapiens of Hunter-Killers.Â While the storyline is being kept a secret, we do know Mark Waid will be writing with Kenneth Rocafort providing all the art.
â€œI canâ€™t wait to work with Kenneth again,â€ said Waid in a prepared statement. â€œHe blew my mind when I first saw his Hunter-Killer pages during the first run. To be brutally honest, itâ€™s rare that I see a new artist whose work doesnâ€™t feel redundant or a clone of something else already out there. Kennethâ€™s energy knocks me out.â€
â€œThis is a dream come true to draw one of my favorite teams of all time, Cyberforce,â€ said Rocafort, who was a fan of Top Cow books well before he started drawing for them. â€œAnd to combine that with the characters of Hunter-Killer, which I love to draw, and working with Mark again, this is an exciting project for me.â€
Take the jump for a Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer pin-up and character sketches from Rocafort.
See what happens when you don’t read all your comics the day they are released?
Hey, I know this past week saw the release of Terra #3, but I realized when I sat down to read the issue, that I hadnâ€™t had the pleasure of reading Terra #2.Â Donâ€™t ask me how that works, but needless to say, I think I was blinded by the incredible cover, and was temporarily mind warped into believing I had enjoyed ever page.Â Now that the purple haze has cleared, hereâ€™s your belated review, with the Major Spoilers tease that is becoming more and more common around here – â€œbetter late than neverâ€.
Okay, so it is more like the Kara clone Galatea from the Justice League Unlimited, but it is probably the closest thing we’re going to get to a JLU figure based on the busty heroine.
There are a lot more photos of the new JLU figures (including Captain Atom and a well done Giganta) over at Action Figure Insider.
All of the photos were taken by con attendees, which reminds me; Did anyone go to the show and want to share their photos? Contact Stephen Schleicher and we’ll get them up for all to see.