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Alice questions her sanity as Finch's investigation continues in a new arc of Joshua Williamson & Mike Henderson's Image Comics thriller.
Even the most well read fan can't keep up with every comic out there -- here are five comics you owe it to yourself to read.
Celebrate Halloween with these under-the-radar comic book horror classics, from DC's "The Witching Hour" to Scott Snyder's "Severed," and more.
Scott Snyder, Jamie McKelvie, Stuart Moore, Lee Loughridge, Rob Guillory and Josh Williamson discuss the trendsetting aesthetics in their comics.
Horror fans are in for a treat in this Image crossover with new tales of terror by Joshua Williamson & Mike Henderson and Tim Seeley & Emilio Laiso.
Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson explore whether the children of Buckaroo, Oregon can escape the town's curse in Image Comics' "Nailbiter" #9.
Finch & Crane inch toward finding a murderer, but Buckaroo has plenty more secrets in Joshua Williamson & Mike Henderson's "Nailbiter" #5 from Image.
Josh Williamson discusses his big Comic-Con International "Nailbiter" news, which bring Brian Michael Bendis to the serial killer capital of the world.
Joshua Williamson & Mike Henderson's "Nailbiter" welcomes Brian Michael Bendis back to Image -- as a comic book writer researching serial killers.
Things get bloody in this preview for the second issue of Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson's Image title, "Nailbiter!"
Joshua Williamson & Mike Henderson explore what makes a serial killer and why so many come from Bucakroo, Oregon in Image Comics' "Nailbiter" #1.
Check out an exclusive first look at Wes Craig's variant cover for "Nailbiter" #1 by Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson, in stores May.
An all-star ECCC panel of Image Comics creators teamed up to discuss genre writing, research process and upcoming projects.
Image has released its solicitations for May-releasing comics, including the debut of "Nailbiter," Silvestri's "Rise of the Magi" and Millar & Fegredo's "MPH."
Joshua Williamson takes CBR on a scenic tour of Buckaroo, Oregon, birthplace of sixteen serial killers and the NSA agent investigating them.