Image Comics has released four more Women’s History variants that will arrive on March 25th. The proceeds of the sales will benefit Planned Parenthood.
Image Comics has announced writer Jonathan Luna and artist Sarah Vaughn are teaming once again for a new fantasy series Eternal Empire.
When last we saw Mark and Terra Grayson, he was under attack and she was falling to what is almost certainly inevitable doom. You… You don’t think they’d kill a little girl, do you? Oh, right. Kirkman. Your Major Spoilers review of Invincible #132 awaits!
PRESS RELEASE – Critically acclaimed cartoonist Andrew MacLean (ApocalyptiGirl) will launch a new story arc in his ongoing swords-and-sorcery-but-mostly-swords quarterly series HEAD LOPPER this March.
Zack Kaplan and Giovanni Timpano launch a new story arc in their Eclipse series at Image Comics.
PRESS RELEASE – Image Comics and ReedPOP, the leading producer of pop culture events are pleased to announce that original Image Comics company founders Todd McFarlane, Jim Valentino, Erik Larsen, Rob Liefeld, Marc Silvestri, and Whilce Portacio will reunite at Emerald City Comicon 2017 to celebrate the company’s milestone 25th anniversary. The panel will be moderated by Walking Dead creator and Image Comics partner, Robert Kirkman.
Image Comics has announced Ivan Brandon, Jason Latour, and Greg Hinkle are teaming for a new dark fantasy series titled Black Cloud that is scheduled to arrive in April.
In MIGHTY MAN, seven-year-old Betty Bradford has inherited the mantle of the World’s Mightiest Man. Now she trains to take on the role of the world’s greatest superhero and faces her biggest challenge ever.
[Variant] 100% of Image Comics’ Women’s History Month 25th Anniversary Variant Cover proceeds to go to Planned Parenthood
Image Comics is pleased to reveal the first five of 11 variants planned for March’s 25th anniversary theme month—“Women’s History.”
Kyle Starks launches Rock Candy Mountain at Image Comics in April. Want a tale about hobos? Rock Candy Mountain may have exactly what you want.
Loose Ends, written by Jason Latour, will have a variant cover for issue #2 by series artists Chris Brunner and Rico Renzi.