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Today's hottest Image creators—including Brandon Graham, Joe Keatinge, Tony Harris, and Joe Casey—gathered to celebrate the publisher's twentieth anniversary and discuss their own current projects at Emerald City Comicon.
Doug Zawisza gives "Glory" #24 4 stars, saying the second issue of the relaunch by Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell has "absolutely no lag or drag hopping onboard right here."
The rebirth of the Extreme Universe continues as Image Comics provides CBR with an exclusive preview of Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's "Glory" #24, on sale March 14.
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.
Kelly Thompson gives "Glory" #23 4 stars calling Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's relaunch of the Extreme Studios title "some of the most innovative and ballsy work comics has seen for a long time."
Image Comics PR guru turned writer Joe Keatinge discusses taking over "Glory" and creating his own superhero universe in "Hell Yeah" with exclusive art from "Hell Yeah" artist Andre Szymanowicz.
ROBOT 6 contributor J. Caleb Mozzocco delves into Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell's new vision of Glory, the bad-girl clone of Wonder Woman created in the early '90s by Rob Liefeld.
Courtesy of Image Comics and Joe Keatinge, ROBOT 6 presents an exclusive look at "Hell Yeah #1," by Keatinge and artist Andre Szymanowicz. The comic comes out this March.
Image Comics creators Robert Kirkman, Rob Liefeld, Jim McCann, Joe Keatinge, Tim Seeley and more discuss the joys of owning your creations and new projects, with a special video message from Ed Brubaker.
Co-creators Joe Keatinge and Frank Cho spoke with CBR TV about their upcoming Image series "Brutal," their plans to make it an annual series of miniseries and Cho's other upcoming Image title, "Guns and Dinos."
Written by Joe Keatinge & Frank Cho, with the latter on art, Image Comics' "Brutal" promises to live up to its name thanks to this exclusive look at the super-assassin Stone.
The editors of "One Model Nation," the upcoming Image Comics graphic novel by writer C. Allbritton Taylor and artist Jim Rugg, discuss their involvement with the book and what fans can expect this October.
Image Comics Marketing Director Joe Keatinge -- nominated this year for his work editing "PopGun" Vol. 2 -- pens an open letter addressing the industry's response to this year's Harvey Award nominations.