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The new Image series from co-writers Ivan Brandon and Jason Latour will feature art from Greg Hinkle and Matt Wilson.
Leila del Duca and Kit Seaton's new Image Comic series "Afar" will be "more fantasy than sci-fi" and take place all across the galaxy.
Writer Jim Zub and artist Djibril Morissette will bring the story of a middle-aged actress to life in a new series from Image Comics.
Surprise guests? New series? Must be Image Expo. Follow along with our coverage of the latest from Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson.
"Every new issue is reason to celebrate," and Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples make no exception with "Saga" #35.
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson talks to CBR News about the inspiration behind this year's Image Expo post-party -- a spring formal dance.
The sequel to the Image Comics smash arrives this June as Mark Millar and Frank Quitely reunite for the second volume of "Jupiter's Legacy."
Top Cow's Matt Hawkins discusses the company's WonderCon announcements, including a new "Aphrodite V" series and a companion to "Sunstone."
Get an exclusive look inside "Airboy" artist Greg Hinkle's process for this week's Image Comics OGN "The Rattler," written by Jason McNamara.
Mark Grayson enters a bold new future with an artist from his past as co-creator Cory Walker joins Robert Kirkman for a new arc at Image Comics.
Mark Millar & Frank Quitely's "Jupiter's Legacy" returns for a second volume, as "Paper Girls," "Lazarus," "Casanova" and more start new story arcs.
Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda's "approach in 'Monstress' #4 has already hit a great balance between the personal and the political."
When a villain reappeared on tonight's episode of the AMC series, his scarring made him look more like his comic-book counterpart. SPOILERS!
Collaborators Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie will DJ at the Image Expo Spring Formal, held April 6 in Seattle.
Alice questions her sanity as Finch's investigation continues in a new arc of Joshua Williamson & Mike Henderson's Image Comics thriller.
A longtime fan of the comic, Yeun can't wait for his show's viewers to get to know the man known as Negan.
Plus, was Brian Wood's acclaimed "Demo" originally going to be an X-Men comic? And is Snake-Eyes and Storm Shadow's shared background a happy accident?
Mark Millar and Chris Sprouse's "Jupiter's Legacy" #4 "combines a Stan Lee-eque sense of wonder with the more edgy, modern kind evoked by Alan Moore."
Robert Kirkman pokes fun at Marvel with his latest teaser for "Invincible," hyping the return of co-creator Cory Walker.
Grace will star in the web series adaptation of his autobiographical graphic novel "Self-Obsessed," which follows his struggles as a comic creator.
Brian Schirmer & Claudia Balboni craft a riveting tale of suspense and mystery as Tom confronts the West and his very identity at Image Comics.
Jonathan Hickman & Nick Dragotta's "East of West" #25 gathers the Chosen before the Apocalypse begins at Image Comics this April.
Plus, did Kevin Conroy take up smoking to play "Batman Beyond's" old Bruce Wayne? And what was Aquaman's real comic book cover debut?
Drawn in a manga-inspired style, artist Kyle Baker and writer Kevin McCarthy discuss their new robot-fighting adventure from Image Comics.
Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie's "The Wicked + The Divine" returns in April with #18, and CBR has an exclusive look at teasers for the issue.
This May, Image Comics will release an official 96-page coloring book based on "The Walking Dead" comic book series.
The Image exclusive creator could be gearing up for his next wave of creator-owned comic books this spring.
John Layman and Rob Guillory's "Chew" #55 "is a delicious dish that has gotten even better with age."
Rick proposes his people take the fight to Negan's doorstep before war erupts in Alexandria.
Ivan Brandon and Nic Klein send Abram Pollux back to Ghost Town to even the unsettled score in the latest issue of Image Comics' "Drifter."
Matt Hawkins and Bryan Hill spoke with CBR about their "Postal"/"The Tithe"/"Think Tank" crossover hitting stands in August.
CBR reflects on over two dozen Black heroes who have had the greatest impact in comics and beyond.
"Invincible" collaborators Kirkman and Ottley discuss why the artist needed to write more stories, what drew him back to Grizzly Shark and more.
Stjepan Sejic's erotic comedy graphic novel series from Top Cow turns an online relationship physical when Lisa and Ally move in together.
Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky's "Sex Criminals" #14 "is the perfect example of why this series isn't just good -- it's great."
Did 1996's "Green Goblin" #9 comment on, or simply predict, Image Comics co-founder Rob Liefeld's split with the publisher?
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson decries nostalgia, variant covers and double-shipping in his speech to comics retailers at ComicsPRO.
Image Comics is set to debut a new monthly magazine, and the first 12 issues with serialize a new Negan story by Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard.
AMC's series is teasing the arrival of a familiar character from the comic (Negan?), along with a twist readers of the series won't see coming.
Image Expo will launch ECCC with an all-day event on Wednesday, April 6th at Seattle's Showbox Market theater.