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This week's Cover of the Week nominees bring with them a Martian attack, a royal portrait, a mysterious hand, a Gotham shapeshifter and Matt Murdock in the trenches.
Doug Zawisza gives "Saga" #5 4.5 stars, saying the issue by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples contains "jaw-dropping, gasp-worthy moments involving characters we didn't even know about in 2011."
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive advance looks at two of this week's new releases: Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' "Saga" #5 and Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's "Glory" #28!
This week's group of nominees sees a glaring Victor von Doom, an anguished Casanova Quinn, a sun-bleached Henry Baltimore, a relaxing Will and a fragmented Banshee all vying for the title of Cover of the Week.
Greg McElhatton gives "Saga" #4 4 stars, saying the issue by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples is "one of those comics where the only real danger is realizing just how quietly the series has utterly hooked you."
Image has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples' "Saga" #4 featuring the debut of the planet Sextiliion! The issue hits June 20.
John Mayo goes in-depth with May's numbers, examining the halo-effect of "AvX" and "Night of the Owls," explaining why "Earth 2" sales numbers may climb even higher and looking at the "Walking Dead" sales phenomenon.
A return appearance by Loki, Peter Panzerfaust taking a break from the war, Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim keeping watch over the city, the world's worst - or best - tailgater, and Hollywoodland's fastest-rising star.
In this week's installment of Cover of the Week, dancing turns deadly, 1950s Indo-China turns sexy, ghosts get gross, close encounters get furry and the Shadow knows twice as much.
Image Comics has provided CBR with a look at its August solicitations, featuring solicit text and previews of "The Walking Dead," "Saga," "Black Kiss II" and many more.
Doug Zawisza gives "Saga" #3 4.5 stars calling the issue by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples "an enjoyable and disturbingly memorable comic book experience."
This week, Lobster Johnson goes up in flames, The Tinker weathers a storm, Gov. Alvarado reveals a secret, "Saga" lends a hand and Glory paints the Red Planet pink.
Kelly Thompson gives "Saga" #2 5 stars, calling Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' new Image Comics series an "intoxicating blend of sci-fi, adventure and realism that mixes together effortlessly."
John Mayo looks at Marvel's AvX sales numbers, but reminds readers that there were other impressive debuts in March, specifically pointing to Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' new Image series, "Saga."
"Saga" artist Fiona Staples took the stage at WonderCon, showcasing some of her newest art, the process behind illustrating "Saga" and answering fan questions about her career.
In this week's COVER OF THE WEEK, Conan takes aim, Leafy Green hits the track, "The Shade" gets bloody, Luther Strode turns reflective and parenthood goes cosmic.
Image Comics has provided CBR with a look at their June solicitations, featuring solicit text and previews of "Spawn," "Planetoid," "Creator Owned Heroes," "The Red Diary" and more.
Harvey Comics artist Sid Couchey passes away. Interviews with Brian K. Vaughan, Roger Langridge, Tonci Zonjic, and more! Plus, could Daniel Clowes be the greatest bald man in the Bay Area?
Greg McElhatton gives "Saga" #1 4 stars calling Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' long-awaited inaugural issue "another great debut from Image Comics."
Matt Bors is first alternative political cartoonist to win Herblock Award! Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo announces 2012 winners! Closer look at February sales! Don Markstein passes away. Plus much more!
Two worlds wage war wielding science and magic as a family struggles to survive in the eagerly-anticipated "Saga," and creators Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples revealed more details and artwork at their Image Expo panel.
The inaugural Image Expo kicked off Friday in Oakland with publisher Eric Stephenson announcing "Happy!" by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson, new "Phonogram" and series by Nick Spencer, Jonathan Hickman and Steve Niles.
Image Comics has released the ticket designs for its late-February Image Expo, showcasing the current "Experience Creativity" campaign through the use of series art and creator photos.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at April's solicitations, featuring the debut of "America's Got Powers" and Jonathan Hickman's "Secret," the latest from "Fatale," "Saga" and more.
Average price of comics drops by nearly a dime in 2011! Fiona Staples responds to objection to breastfeeding depiction on "Saga" cover! Valiant inks deal with Diamond! Chris Onstad talks burnout and haters! Plus more!
Weak graphic novel sales weigh down 2011 direct market! Alison Bechdel's new book to receive 100,000-copy first printing! Diamond Retailer Summit set for C2E2! Brian K. Vaughan talks "Saga"! Plus more!
CNN spotlights wedding of Archie Comics' Kevin Keller! Will "Tintin" movie audiences appreciate Herge's genius like his fans do? Interviews with Kurt Busiek, Fiona Staples and Kody Chamberlain! Plus much more!
Image Comics has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in March, 2012, including the debuts of "Saga," "Bloodstrike," "Hell Yeah" and more.
Creator Brian K. Vaughan shared an exclusive exclusive four page lettered preview and details about "Saga," his March-debuting Image Comics title written by Vaughan with art by Fiona Staples.
Jury selection starts today in second trial of retailer Michael George! Sales bump has retailer optimistic about DC relaunch! Atlanta's Criminal Records may close! Brian K. Vaughan, J.H. Williams III and more!
At Comic-Con International, Robert Kirkman, Brian K. Vaughn, Jonathan Ross, Jonathan Hickman, Frank Cho, and Fiona Staples are announcing new projects and talking about owning your own work.
In an exclusive interview, Brian K. Vaughan discusses his long-awaited return to comics with "Saga," a sci-fi series for Image Comics co-created and illustrated by Fiona Staples