In Manifest Destiny #42, from Image Comics, the journey ever westwards continues. After the fallout from the previous issue, tensions are running high, and suspicions are felt by all. With men being picked off one by one by the terrors of the American heartland, can Lewis and Clark safely navigate their way to safety? Find out in your Major Spoilers review!
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.
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.
Our Motley crew of killers, sorcerers, skin eaters and traitors have so far beaten impossible odds to arrive at their destination – the dread fortress known as the Anvil. Aside from the bickering, this Dirty Half Dozen now have to find a way in, foment a revolt and destroy the power at the heart of the fortress. Will they succeed? Find out in our Major Spoilers review!
Image/Skybound Entertainment is pleased to announce an all-new, action-packed series by Shawn Kittelsen (Mortal Kombat 11) and Eric Zawadzki (The Dregs, Eternal)—Heart Attack—which will launch this November.
Image Comics, Skybound Entertainment, and Universal Pictures are teaming to bring Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo De Felici’s Oblivion Song to the big screen.
Mikey’s back home after years being lost, and chained up for his troubles. While’s he’s being interrogated, several truths about the toxic nature of magic and the end of the world are uncovered. What are they? Find out in our Major Spoilers review of Birthright #36!
Just in time for fans anticipating Game of Thrones withdrawals, comes an all-new, dark fantasy series by Justin Jordan and Rebekah Isaacs titled, Reaver. The new series is set to launch from Image Comics/Skybound this July.
Image Comics has announced Steve Orlando and Garry Brown will release Crude, a new revenge…
Terra’s on the cover, making me worry that something truly terrible is about to happen…
A lot of people on the Internet are talking about the interesting recent news that Robert Kirkman is taking his intellectual properties under Skybound from cable channel AMC to Amazon Prime.