Image Comics Shipping November 21, 2007

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Image Comics has provided CBR News with advance looks at new comics shipping next week, November 21, 2007, including "Madman" vol. 2, "Flink," "Strange Embrace" #6, and exclusive first look at Rober Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's "The Walking Dead" #44, beginning the most critical storyline in the series' history.

When you're done checking out these exciting previews, don't forget to stop by CBR's Image Comics forum to discuss these titles with fellow readers.

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THE WALKING DEAD #44

story ROBERT KIRKMAN

art & cover CHARLIE ADLARD & CLIFF RATHBURN

32 PAGES, BW, $2.99

Everything is changing -- starting now! It's all been leading up to this, folks! Nobody is safe. Nothing will ever be the same. The biggest, most explosive story-arc in the history of this series starts right here, in this issue.

MADMAN, VOL. 2 TP
story MIKE ALLRED

art & cover MIKE & LAURA ALLRED

328 PAGES, FC, $17.99

The classic adventures of Frank "Madman" Einstein continue with a lesson in alien love and lust between Zenelle and Mott from the planet Hoople, A murder mystery on the high seas, a robot rebellion to write home about and the first comic book appearance of FRANK MILLER and GEOF DARROW's Big Guy in a crossover spectacular.

Collects MADMAN COMICS #1-11

FLINK OGN
story & art DOUG TENNAPEL

cover DOUG TENNAPEL

112 PAGES, B&W, $13.99

An all-new graphic novel from the creator of EARTHWORM JIM, TOMMYSAURUS REX and CREATURE TECH!

A boy survives a plane crash and is rescued by a Bigfoot named Flink. They form a close bond by learning about the loss of each other's family members.

STRANGE EMBRACE #6 (of 8)
story DAVID HINE

art & cover DAVID HINE & ROB STEEN

32 PAGES, FC, $2.99

Alex continues to unravel the sordid secrets of Sarah's involvement with Anthony Corbeau and his father, Edward. SPAWN and DISTRICT X writer, DAVID HINE, continues his gothic masterpiece.

 
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