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The latest installment of Image Expo sees the one-day show return to San Francisco with Brian K. Vaughan, Todd McFarlane, Scott Snyder and more.
Rick Remender talks to CBR about "Tokyo Ghost," his new Image Comics series with Sean Murphy, about a dystopian city of technology run amok.
Following 12 announcement at Image Expo, Image Comics has provided previews of new series including "Tokyo Ghost," "Drifter" and more.
Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen tell CBR News about "Descender," their creator-owned sci-fi epic about a robot boy announced today at Image Expo.
Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote speech emphasizes the importance of creator-owned over the concept of creator-driven.
Kurt Busiek and Ben Dewey unleash "Tooth and Claw" in November, a mature readers tale about wizards, gods, con women and heroes.
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson addressed fans and retailers, and CBR has all the details from the announcement-filled presentation.
Image Comics' annual showcase is set to make its debut in San Diego, partnering with Comic-Con for a pre-Preview Night event.
The writer and artist behind "Prophet" and "King City" gives fellow creators a chance to play in a new shared universe sandbox at Image Comics.
Writer Joe Keatinge revives Robert Kirkman's fan-favorite "Tech Jacket" in a new three-issue digital miniseries with art by Khary Randolph.
At Image Expo, Jamie McKelvie, Chris Burnham, Paul Azaceta, Wesley Craig and Nick Dragotta discussed artistic methods with Image co-founder Erik Larsen.
ROBOT 6 runs down their favorite news from the Image Comics event, from the Ed Brubaker/Sean Phillips deal to an avalanche of titles from Nick Spencer.
Second annual Black Comic Book Festival kicks off today! Interviews with Ed Brubaker, Rick Remender, Joshua Hale Fialkov and MariNaomi! Plus more!
CBR News spoke with Matt Fraction about his upcoming Image Comics series "Ody-C," the success of "Sex Criminals" and what his future might hold at Marvel.
Some of the industry's most irreverent and colorful creators gathered at Image Expo to share what lured them into creating comics and what keeps them pushing forward.
Scott Snyder discusses his "black and twisted horror" take on witches in his and Jock's new Image comic, creating free digital work in 2014 and more.
In the first installment of her new column for CBR, Monkeybrain Comics co-publisher Allison Baker introduces herself and talks about the industry's diversity problem.
As Robert Kirkman's "convention blur" cleared, he shared details on "Outcast," the importance of Kelly Sue DeConnick's "Bitch Planet" & more.
Plenty of new titles were announced at Thurday's Image Expo, but CBR wants to know which one YOU are most interested in. Vote now!
Kelly Sue DeConnick, Scott Snyder, Ed Brubaker and more discussed the process of writing comics during their Image Expo panel.
Of the titles announced for the first time during Image Expo 2014, which are you most looking forward to?
Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini announced their aquatic science-fiction/fantasy series "Low" today at Image Expo, now check out a preview.
Scott Snyder, Bill Willingham, Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Kyle Higgins and Chris Burnham discuss their new projects at Image Expo 2014.
Image Comics partner and "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman discusses his career, "Invincible" changes, new series "Outcast" and more.
Joe Keatinge and Leila del Duca give CBR News an exclusive look at their new ongoing urban fantasy series "Shutter" from Image Comics.
The first major comics event of 2014 kicks off with Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson delivering an announcement-heavy keynote address.
Eric Stephenson speaks with CBR about Image's past year, and promises more announcements at Image Expo 2014 than the last two combined.
Only one graphic novel from DC or Marvel cracks BookScan's Top 20! Direct market sales up in "solid but unspectacular” second quarter! More on Monkeybrain's first anniversary! Image Expo wrap-up! Plus more!
Writer Rick Remender spoke with CBR about "Deadly Class," his just-announced, creator-owned, '80s-based Image Comics series about a school for the next generation of the world's deadliest assassins.
After throwing their own convention in 2012, Image Comics announced a smaller, media-focused Image Expo with Robert Kirkman, Ed Brubaker and more for July 2, 2013, with limited public tickets available.
Image Comics' rising stars gathered to discuss upcoming projects including a "Moriarty" musical, getting 40,000 people to read "Skullkickers," marketing efforts and more at Image Expo.
Writer Robert Kirkman gave fans the scoop on Mark Grayson's fate in "Invincible," told stories from "The Walking Dead" writer's room and hinted at an expansion of a certain board game.
Marc Silvestri, Filip Sablik and Matt Hawkins answered questions and revealed new projects fans can look forward to in 2012, including a Darkness-themed Colt handgun, the future of the Top Cow Universe and more.
"The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman and stars Steven Yuen and Norman Reedus discuss recent episodes, what to expect next season, plus a prank gone bad almost empties the room.
Berenstain Bears co-creator Jan Berenstain passes away. 24-Hour Comics Day set for Oct. 24! Wrap-ups from MangaNEXT and Image Expo! More on Marvel's increased output! Plus more!
Robert Kirkman's Skybound imprint at Image Comics is home to zombies, master thieves, super heroes, and occult doctors, and CBR was on hand for the imprint's panel at Image Expo.
Jim Valentino's Shadowline imprint took a "Grim Leaper" during the Image Expo, hitting readers with news of new series "Enormous," "Debris," "Harvest," and "Rebel Blood" by Kurtis Wiebe, Josh Williamson and more.
Announced at last weekend's Image Expo, Joe Casey brings his and artist Steve Parkhouse's dark story to Image in 2012 with a larger, hardcover edition of "The Milkman Murders."
At the inaugural Image Expo, the founding Image partners—sans Jim Lee but with new partner Robert Kirkman—discussed how the company started and their own philosophies on the comic business, with McFarlane teasing an animated "Haunt."