Image Comics has announced that Fire Power #1 from Robert Kirkman and Chris Samnee is getting new cover treatment featuring the Free Comic Book Day edition by Samnee and Matt Wilson.
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In HARDCORE: RELOADED #5 LAyla’s plans for revenge near fruition as her use of the Hardcore technology threaten the life of President Stokes. With Agents Drake and Markus on the case, will that be enough to save the President and prevent her demands for blood? You’ll have to read this Major Spoilers review to find out!
Robert Kirkman is dipping into the world of The Walking Dead one more time with the July release of Negan Lives #1.
Oblivion Song #25 by Robert Kirkman, Lorenzo De Felici, and colorist Annalisa Leoni will kick off an exciting new story arc of the critically acclaimed series this July from Image/Skybound Entertainment.
Image Comics is pleased to announce that The Walking Dead: The Alien by Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin will be available in oversized hardcover this July.
After the surprise release of Robert Kirkman and Chris Samnee’s Fire Power: Prelude Volume 1, Image/Skybound, has announced Fire Power will be an ongoing series, with the first two issues set to arrive on June 3rd, 2020.
If you are interested in Robert Kirkman and Chris Samnee’s Fire Power, but want a bit more on the character’s backstory, you should keep you eyes peeled for the upcoming Fire Power, Volume 1: Prelude, an original graphic novel from Image Comics.
Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri are launching Stealth, a six-issue vigilante miniseries, at Image Comics in March 2020, which is also be adapted at Universal Pictures.
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.
Skybound Entertainment and Spin Master Ltd. will bring children’s adventure series Super Dinosaur to Amazon Prime Video on October 6.
This past week saw something unusual happen—a comic actually ended at an odd number! It was a “Dead” end since it was the final issue of Image Comics’ The Walking Dead.
I’m struck by a variety of emotions and thoughts!
Well… I did NOT see that coming. Your Major Spoilers review of The Walking Dead #193 awaits!
Image Comics, Skybound Entertainment, and Universal Pictures are teaming to bring Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo De Felici’s Oblivion Song to the big screen.