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Former super-spy Edward Zero has given up the life of an intelligence agent, but as Number Six found out before him, sometimes you can’t quit something that doesn’t want to quiet you.  Your Major Spoilers review of Zero #10 awaits!

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Image ComicsSneak Peek

Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Zero #7, that you can check out, after the jump.

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Image ComicsSneak Peek

Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Black Science #2, Bounce #8, East of West #8, Mind the Gap #16, Pretty Deadly #3, Revival #16, Saga #17, Secret #4, Ten Grand #6, Umbral #2, Witchblade #171, and Zero #4.

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Image ComicsSneak Peek

Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of A Voice in the Dark #1, Artifacts #32, Clone #12, Savage Dragon #192, Sex Criminals #3, Sheltered #5, Todd, the Ugliest Kid on Earth #7, and Zero #3 – titles arriving in stores this week.

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Image Comics released the cover for Zero #1 that arrives in stores on September 18, 2013.

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Press Release “War is a disease,” Ales Kot said in an interview with Multiversity Comics, “and it seems that a large part of humanity is obsessed with it.” The writer of comics that range from the stream-of-consciousness apocalyptic tale CHANGE to DC Comics’ Suicide Squad draws on this point of view, developed in his native Czech Republic, for his new series ZERO, out from Image Comics in September. “I’ve seen, first-hand, what kind of damage war inflicts on people, and how often the wounds become obscured as the decades progress,” he said.

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Press Release mage Comics is proud to present a collection of whimsical, colorful illustrations by JM Ken Niimura. The esteemed artist’s gestural, emotionally affective work with writer Joe Kelly on the critically acclaimed miniseries I KILL GIANTS helped ensure that book was nominated for an Eisner award in 2009, won IGN’s Best Indy Book of 2008, and was listed as one of the Top 10 YA Library Association picks of 2010. Niimura’s work did not start nor stop with I KILL GIANTS, though.

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