Now that The Walking Dead is over, it is time for Robert Kirkman to launch a new project at Image Comics/Skybound, and he’s doing it with Chris Samnee with the May launch of Fire Power.
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The team have received their brutal welcome to the twisted reality that is America. They’re now faced with a decision about how to save America and the world. Your Major Spoilers review of Undiscovered Country #2 from Image Comics awaits!
Creators Paolo Baron and Ernesto Carbonetti team up for a speculative fiction graphic novel steeped in music history and Beatlemania in the forthcoming Paul Is Dead. It will be available from Image Comics this April.
Dobbs is able to pay for his wife’s ongoing medical bills with the proceeds of his first bank job since putting on the Dead Eyes mask for the first time in twenty years. But trouble is piling up, as Wheels, his driver from the previous issue, is in hospital. And the Mafia have come visiting. Will they bring roses or a horse’s head? Find out in our Major Spoilers review for Dead Eyes #3 from Image Comics.
The epic conclusion of the “Split the Party” story arc is finally here! Come check out the Major Spoilers review of Die #10 by Image comics and see what happens to these poor unfortunate souls.
John Layman and Rob Guillory reunite for a three-issue, crossover, miniseries with Image/Skybound Entertainment’s science fiction horror series Outer Darkness with regular series artist Afu Chan available this March.
Image Comics has announced Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips are ready to spin a tale of ’30s era crime in Pulp, that is scheduled to arrive in May 2020.
Image Comics has released a first look at Mercy, a six-issue mini-series from Mirka Andolfo.
Events, and characters, begin to coalesce as Criminal #10 sets the stage for the robbery next issue. Private Eye Dan Farraday’s obsession with Jane has led him down a dark path of drink and poor choices. Ricky, after killing a security guard, spends his time brooding over his absent brother, Tracy. Jane, meanwhile, nurses her plan for riches and a chance to escape the life, and lies, she leads. And as for Teeg, well, he’s boozing and beating up on Ricky. Where do all these characters find themselves by issues’ end? Find out in our Major Spoilers review of Criminal #10 from Image Comics.
Tracking a criminal called Seesaw to a tenement in Philadelphia leads Detective James Sangster into an ambush and his murder. His son, James Jr, wants nothing to do with his father but has to deal with aftermath of his death. He finds his father kept a journal containing a bizarre theory that the city of Philadelphia is plagued by vampires, led by none other than the second President of the United States. Will James Jr accept the unacceptable and complete his father’s mission? Find out in our Major Spoilers review of Killadelphia #1 from Image Comics.
Jedidiah’s stem cell technique has succeeded beyond his wildest dreams, but as a cost. As the toll of those infected by plant matter grows, he searches for Auntie Janice, a seer, for her guidance. What he finds instead is a nightmare that threatens to not only consume all his has built, but the human race as well. Can Jedidiah find a cure for what he has created? Find out in our Major Spoilers review of Farmhand #11 from Image Comics.
The New York Times bestselling Johnnie Christmas teams up with artist Jack T. Cole for the upcoming ongoing science fiction epic Tartarus this February 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.
Mitch is a single Dad raising his daughter in an unsettling, dangerous world. He’s doing his best, but is it enough. When he starts reading his daughter’s journal, he realises just how fast Jen is growing up. Can he find a way to connect with her in a way that protects her and gives her agency? Should he? Find out in your Major Spoilers review of Ice Cream Man #16 from Image Comics!