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In his triumphant return to creator-owned work, James Robinson brings his story of alien invasion (and lots of weed) to Image Comics in “The Saviors."
Tim Daniel and Mehdi Cheggour's "Enormous" gets adapted for a Machinima webseries and continues as an ongoing series from 215Ink
"Wasteland" creative team Antony Johnston & Justin Greenwood re-team for the new Image Comics sci-fi/crime series, "The Fuse."
Chris Dingess and Matthew Roberts breathe new life into real-life explorers Lewis and Clark in "Manifest Destiny," pitting the historic explorers against monsters and more.
David Lapham discusses resurrecting his acclaimed series "Stray Bullets" at Image Comics in March, after a nearly ten-year hiatus.
Rick Remender and Wesley Craig discuss the real-life teenage experiences informing their January-debuting Image series, "Deadly Class."
Steve Orlando discusses "Undertow," his underwater Image comic filled with political intrigue and a mission to unlock the secrets of breathing air.
Sinful Suzi and Obsidian Stone are ready to take center stage in acclaimed creator Joseph Michael Linsner's Image Comics one-shot, "Sin Boldly."
With the first arc of his acclaimed creator-owned series "Lazarus" concluded, Greg Rucka talks with CBR about the future of his hit Image Comics title.
A desperate father will stop at nothing to care for his ailing son, including werewolf hunting in Michael Moreci and Tim Daniel's new horror title, "Curse."
Howard Chaykin readies his erotic crime series "Black Kiss" for the holidays with a special Christmas issue while announcing plans for "Black Kiss III."
Writer Brian Joines explores the dark side of the holidays in "Krampus!," a comic he describes as a "League of Extraordinary Christmas Stories."
"Rebel Blood" creative team Riley Rossmo & Alex Link join forces again on the paranormal detective series "Drumhellar."
Joshua Williamson's supernatural heist series "Ghosted" continues past its intended run to deliver more scares from the afterlife.
Ron Marz discusses his return to the world of "Witchblade" and his plans to take Sara Pezzini and company in an all-new direction.
Jordan and Scalera introduce their modern day Western noir to Image Comics fans with the debut of "Dead Body Road" in December.
Death's daughter seeks vengeance in Image Comics' "Pretty Deadly," the first creator-owned series from Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios.
Comic legends Ron Turner, Dan Vado and Eric Reynolds assembled at the Alternative Press Expo to talk about the enduring importance of independent publishers.
With Act I of "Mind the Gap" coming to a close, writer Jim McCann provides closure and discusses what's next for his Image Comics title.
CBR has the exclusive first interview with Stuart Moore and Gus Storms on their January debuting, creator-owned sci-fi adventure Image title, "EGOs."