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Things are just getting started at Image Comics in the latest noir saga from "Criminal" creators Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips, on sale Nov. 12.
Ed Brubaker & Steve Epting's "Velvet" #8 is "suspenseful from start to finish due to great creative teamwork" from the entire team.
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "The Fade Out" #2 presents "a clear creative statement that any fans of noir shouldn't miss."
"The Secret Lives of Dead Men" continues in Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting's "Velvet" #7, on sale September 10.
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' debut issue of "The Fade Out" has "careful attention to detail and craft that quickly becomes a hallmark of the issue."
Utah attorney dissects SDCC's trademark arguments! Interviews with Ed Brubaker, Ed Piskor, Tula Lotay and David Ury! Hilary Price visits Mort Walker's studio!
Ed Brubaker discusses the lessons he learned from the horror noir "Fatale" before he and co-creator head to "The Fade Out."
Check out a preview of Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Elizabeth Breitweiser's "The Fade Out" #1, out August 20 from Image Comics.
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips wrap "Fatale" in extra-sized style for "an excellent example of the great modern comic."
From the return of Bucky to Hollywood not understanding "Velvet," superstar writer Ed Brubaker shed light on the stories behind some of his most popular creations.
Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #23 is "disturbing and nasty, even as it's enthralling and clever."
Josephine finally reveals more of herself, inside and out, to Nicholas in Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #23 from Image Comics.
The first arc of the acclaimed Image Comics spy drama from Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting comes to a shattering conclusion in "Velvet" #5.
Acclaimed "Fatale" & "Criminal" co-creators Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips bring their latest noir series, "The Fade Out," to Image Comics this August.
The Eisner Award-winning team of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips looked back at their decade and a half partnership, and ahead to future projects.
The writer of "Captain America" and "Fatale" has penned a remake of the 1988 cult classic, to be produced by Nicolas Winding Refn.
Discover the destructive backstory of the terrifying man-monster that roams the streets in Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #22 from Image Comics.
As "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" hits theaters, we look at his comic book history and the best writers to command the Sentinel of Liberty.
Nicolas Lash and Josephine finally meet again in Image Comics' "Fatale" #21, written by Ed Brubaker and drawn by Sean Phillips, on sale March 26!
Everyone hides their true face at the Masquerade -- especially a double-agent. Ed Brubaker & Steve Epting's hit spy saga continues in "Velvet" #4!
Nicolas Lash is in deep trouble, and only a certain femme fatale can help him. A new story arc begins in Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #20!
ROBOT 6 runs down their favorite news from the Image Comics event, from the Ed Brubaker/Sean Phillips deal to an avalanche of titles from Nick Spencer.
The man who resurrected Bucky Barnes as the Winter Soldier, Ed Brubaker has nothing but praise for the "Captain America" sequel.
Second annual Black Comic Book Festival kicks off today! Interviews with Ed Brubaker, Rick Remender, Joshua Hale Fialkov and MariNaomi! Plus more!
Kelly Sue DeConnick, Scott Snyder, Ed Brubaker and more discussed the process of writing comics during their Image Expo panel.
Velvet tracks down Agent X-14's most recent asset in Image Comics' "Velvet" #2 from longtime collaborators Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting.
Warner Bros. is developing Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Sleeper" for film, with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon attached as producers.
Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting return to the noir thriller comic with "Velvet" #1, "a fantastic new book for Image Comics."
Director Kim Jee-Woon has signed a deal to bring Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' first "Criminal" miniseries, the Eisner Award-winning "Coward," to movie theaters.
For his latest Image Comics series, Ed Brubaker reteams with "Captain America" partner Steve Epting for Cold War intrigue in "Velvet," and the writer shares his plans for the series realistic twist on the high espionage genre.
"Gotham" has received a series commitment from Fox, and Ed Brubaker and Greg Rucka -- who co-wrote Gotham Central" for DC Comics -- have both commented on the news, and whether it has anything to do with their work.
Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson ran a panel at CCI 2013 with panelists including Ed Brubaker, J. Michael Straczynski and Rick Remender to discuss recent announcements and what's in store for the future of Image.
Ed Brubaker reunites with artist Steve Epting at Image Comics for "Velvet," an October-debuting creator-owned series exploring the high stakes world of a female spy operating during the height of the Cold War.
Following their announcements at Image Expo, Image Comics has also released a trio of previews for new titles including Ed Brubaker & Steve Epting's "Velvet" & Rick Remender's "Deadly Class" & "Black Science."
From Publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote address chock full of new comics from Ed Brubaker, Rick Remender, Jason Aaron and more including Robert Kirkman's epic "The Walking Dead" 10th Anniversary story "All Out War."
Akira Toriyama's "Ginga Patrol Jaka" debuts July 13 in "Weekly Shonen Jump"! Interviews with Carol Tyler, Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips, Gerard Way, and Rick Leonardi! Plus much more!
Augie dissects a couple pages of Darwyn Cooke's "Catwoman" artwork to discover how cinematic storytelling can blend together with comic book idioms to make for great comics.
Jennifer Cheng gives Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #14 4 stars, saying the issue "maintains the grim, yet lovely, melancholy and the suffusing atmosphere of fate that make this creative team's work so memorable."
Ed Brubaker discusses his and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" leaping forward to the modern day for its next storyline before jumping back in time again for an arc based in grunge-era Seattle. Plus, an exclusive look at #14.
Greg McElhatton gives "Fatale" #12 4.5 stars, calling the one-shot story by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips "a great example of how to write a stand-alone issue" and "a top-notch comic."