Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of comics on sale this week. Take the jump for a look at ’68: Jungle Jim #3, All-New Secret Skullkickers #1, Bedlam #7, BlackAcre #7, The Darkness #113, East of West #3, Invincible Universe #3, and more.
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for a look at Bedlam #5, Black Acre #4, Epic Kill #9, Glory #33, Great Pacific #5, I Love Trouble #4, Lost Vegas #1, Mara #3, Repossessed #3, Savage Dragon #185, Snapshot #2, Son of Merlin #2, and Youngblood #77.
Bluewater Productions sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving today.
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 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.
Before you head to your local comic shop, check out the selection of titles coming from Image Comics this week.
I’m not a skateboarder, and some question my balance even when I’m walking with a good pair of shoes, so I’ve never gotten into the customized/specialized skateboard deck scene. I do understand that decks can be adorned with everything from custom logos, to adult film stars to comic book heroes, and now Freak Show Skateboards has teamed with Erik Larsen for a Savage Dragon deck.
Before you head to the comic book store today, be sure to check out the latest offerings from Image Comics.
In 1992, Spawn, a new kind of superhero, stepped onto the comics stage under the banner of the newly formed Image Comics. Twenty years later, Todd McFarlane’s creation has become an iconic character in the superhero world, spawning into spin-offs, toys, an animated series, and a blockbuster movie…But the SPAWN comic book series has always been the center of that empire.
Erik Larsen’s Savage Dragon is celebrating the 175th issue of his long-running Image Comics title this August… or is he? After being killed not once but three times in the past 30 issues, readers might be wondering if the green-skinned, fin-headed freak that awakes in SAVAGE DRAGON #175 to find himself rocketing through space is actually the real deal… but they’ll have to read this special 48-page anniversary issue to find out for sure!
A changing of the guard is taking place next week in Chicago. Having lost its great protector, citizens of the Windy City and the family of Officer Dragon must face a new reality. Issue 169 provides a great starting point for new readers or those that wish to be reintroduced to this no-holds-barred superhero comic that includes plenty of heavy-hitting fist-a-cuffs, good-natured humor and universal themes at a time of great change for the characters.