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Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in July 2011, including new issues of "The Walking Dead," "Morning Glories," "Shinku," "Super Dinosaur," "Skullkickers" and more. UPDATED WITH NEW ART
Doug Zawisza gives Robert Kirkman and Jason Howard's "Super Dinosaur" #1 4.5 stars, calling it "the type of all ages comic that truly plays well to all ages without pandering, demeaning, or flat-out lying."
In part-two of our discussion on his core Image Comics series, Robert Kirkman tells CBR about the supervillain smash-ups ahead for "Invincible" in the wake of "The Viltrumite War" and plans foe #100.
Hard at work on Season 2 of his hit AMC TV series, Robert Kirkman shares with CBR how his Hollywood work has impacted the big plans for his "The Walking Dead" comics work as well as the upcoming zombie video game.
Image Comics has provided CBR News with an exclusive preview of "Hack./Slash" #3, written by series creator Tim Seeley with art by Dan Leister. The issue hits stores this Wednesday, April 20.
Daniel Corey reinvents Sherlock Holmes' greatest adversary Professor Moriarty for his and artist Anthony Diecidue new series, "Moriarty: The Dark Chamber." We spoke with the writer about the World War I era project.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents a first-look preview of "'68" #1 by Nat Jones, Mark Kidwell, and Jay Fotos, which sees a horde of zombies change the course of the Vietnam war.
CBR News exclusively debuts pages from "Reaper #2," the long- awaited new issue of creator Cliff Rathburn's epic tale of Death, his quest to eradicate all life on Earth and the man standing in his way!
Nick Spencer returns for the latest behind-the-scenes look at his Image hit "Morning Glories" with a special look at the influences on issue #8, the mix of romance, murder and a sci-fi mystery involving everyman Hunter.
Mark Andrew Smith teams with Armand Villavert Jr. on "Gladstone's School For World Conquerors," a book about teen supervillains learning to fill their parents' evil super-boots.
Ryan Lindsay gives "Butcher Baker, the Righteous Maker" #2 4 stars calling Joe Casey and Mike Huddleston's Image title a comic that "certainly entertains, though it might just enlighten along its path as well."
From a "Kick-Ass" spinoff starring fan favorite Hit-Girl to a Leinil Yu-drawn heist comic to mystery collaborations with big names like Dave Gibbons and Frank Quitely, Mark Millar tells CBR first his next year of plans for Millarworld.
CBR reviewer Chad Nevett gives the first issue of creator Nate Simpson's debut comic "Nonplayer" a 4 star review, saying, "his writing shows skill, [but] Simpson’s art alone is well worth the price of admission."
Multiple 2011 Eisner Award nominee Nick Spencer spoke with CBR TV about his reasons for accepting a Marvel Exclusive contract, bringing Iron Fist into his "Iron Man 2.0" "Fear Itself" arc, "Runaways," "Morning Glories" and more.
This week, Ron Marz shines the spotlight on creator-owned comics and the risk and rewards they offer with an in-depth look into the creation of "Shinku," his new Image Comics title.
CBR reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Blue Estate" #1 4 stars, saying writer/creator Andrew Osborne's noirish Image Comics debut "is very Elmore Leonard, and that’s a very good thing."
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in June, 2011, including new issues of "The Walking Dead," "Morning Glories," "50 Girls 50," "Artifacts," "Savage Dragon" and more.
Joe Casey, Nate Simpson, Ben McCool and more locked arms to discuss the recent wave of launches at Image, “Twilight,” video games, KGB sleeper cells and more at WonderCon in San Francisco.
Calling it "the strongest debut of 2011," CBR reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay gives creators Kurtis Wiebe and Rily Rossmo's "Green Wake" #1 a 5-star review, saying "you absolutely need to buy this comic."
Nate Cosby and Ben McCool spoke exclusively with CBR about their Image title "Pigs" which takes a long, hard look at the personal aspect of an America-based terror cell tasked with overthrowing the US government.
During his WonderCon panel, Robert Kirkman discussed the latest issue of "The Walking Dead," whether Stephen King was writing an episode of the TV series, his hidden fears, why he may have sold out and more.
Image today released a teaser for "Invincible," the superhero series by creator Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley, featuring an unknown character donning the blue and yellow costume traditionally worn by Mark Grayson.
CBR reviewer Kelly Thompson gives Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's latest issue of "The Walking Dead" 4.5 stars, calling the series as a whole "one of the most consistently strong ongoing books on the shelves."
Writer Ron Marz and artist Lee Moder launch the brand new creator owned series from Image Comics "Shinku," which takes readers on a blood-filled gore tour of the underground world of samurai vampires.
"Noble Causes" and "Dynamo 5" creator Jay Faerber returns to Image Comics with "Near Death," a new series set in the world of crime and killers rather than one filled with capes and cowls.
Jim Zubkavich speaks and drinks with Kiel Phegley, discussing the origins behind his current hit Image title, "Skull Kickers," while writer Cullen Bunn talks with Kiel about his current projects at Oni Press and Marvel
"Hack/Slash" creator Tim Seeley spoke with CBR about the state of the Image Comics ongoing title, a grand unified theory for slashers, new back-up story "Hoax Hunters," the status of the movie projects and more.
Image Comics superstar and his latest talent finds Brandon Seifert and Lukas Ketner explain the secrets of June's "Witch Doctor" which combines the cocky jerk archetype of medical dramas with the creeping monsters of horror.
Writer Jonathan Hickman teams with artist Nick Pitarra and Image Comics to return to the world of creator-owned comics with "The Red Wing," a futuristic new series set to debut in July 2011.
Image Comics releases "The Tattered Man" in May, written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray with art by Norberto Fernandez. Palmiotti spoke with CBR about the tale of horror, redemption and vengeance.