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Image ComicsSneak Peek

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Image ComicsSneak Peek

Image Comics released a sneak peek of EGOs #4, that you can check out, after the jump.

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Image ComicsSneak Peek

This week, Image Comics releases EGOs #3 by Stuart Moore and Gus Storms.

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BatmanBlack WidowDisneyFeaturedMajor SpoilersMajor Spoilers PodcastPodcast

This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, Historical Fiction, EGOs #2, Undertow #1, Mystique vs. Martian Manhunter, and much more! Thanks to Shades of Vengeance for sponsoring this episode, check out their Era: The Consortium Kickstarter Tabletop RPG campaign.

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Image ComicsPress ReleaseSolicitations

Press Release For fans who enjoyed Stuart Moore and Gus Storms’ futuristic hero saga EGOs #1, and for those still interested in jumping on with the new series, Moore has a special Twitter-only prequel that is sure to excite followers and prepare readers for EGOs #2.

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Ant ManDark Horse ComicsDynamite EntertainmentFeaturedImage ComicsMajor SpoilersMajor Spoilers PodcastPodcast

This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, Rodrigo is back, Michael Douglas is Ant-Man, so where is The Wasp? Also, is there a time limit for the death and return of characters?

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Image ComicsPress ReleaseSolicitations

Press Release This January, writer Stuart Moore and artist Gus Storms unveil EGOs #1, a twisted far-future epic. Years ago, The Earth/Galactic Operatives defeated Masse, a sentient, hungry galaxy—but now Masse has returned, consuming entire planets and killing millions of people. Deuce, an aging hero, decides to reform his old team and go into battle to save the day. But in order to do that, he must cross a line with Pixel, his wife and former teammate, an act that threatens to tear apart the life they’ve built together. EGOs sits at the intersection of a mid-life crisis, a galaxy-spanning

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comic conventionDigital ComicsDigital DownloadMarvelNew York Comic Con

Here’s our rapid-fire roundup of items coming from the Marvel Panels at the New York Comic Con.  Warning for those with sensitive skins and egos – there is commentary after the jump, and some of it may not favor the love of your life.* This just in… Steve Rogers is still dead, because fans prefer Bucky!

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