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Writer Jay Faerber talks to CBR TV about the genesis of his creator-owned journey, what TV writing taught him about comics and his new Image series.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Near Death" #11 by Jay Faerber. Featuring a cover by Francesco Francavilla, the issue is available September 5.
Jay Faerber discusses his focus on creator-owned work over the course of his comics career, how he applies what he's learned in the writer's room on "Ringer" to working on "Near Death" with artist Simone Gulgliemini and more.
Augie gets an early look at "Mind the Gap" #1 and catches up on a number of other recent Image titles including Jonathan Hickman's "Secret" and "The Manhattan Projects," Erik Larsen's "Savage Dragon" and more.
Image Comics has provided CBR with a look at their June solicitations, featuring solicit text and previews of "Spawn," "Planetoid," "Creator Owned Heroes," "The Red Diary" and more.
Jay Faerber joins us for a COMMENTARY TRACK covering the first four issues of his Image Comics ongoing series "Near Death," in which a a former assassin turns over a new leaf after realizing he's going to Hell.
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews of Jay Faerber's "Near Death" #4 and the first issue of Nathan Edmondson's "The Activity," both in stores December 21.
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive looks at Joshua Williamson's "Xenoholics" #1 and Jay Faerber's "Near Death" #2, both hitting stores Wednesday, October 19!
Digital distributor Graphicly today announced the launch of its subscription program for "The Walking Dead," "Irredeemable" and four more Image Comics titles through Apple's iOS5 Newsstand App.
Augie delves into the second week of DC Comics' New 52 line-up and catches a lot of torture and thin art. On the bright side, there are some good comics in there, too.
"Noble Causes" and "Dynamo 5" creator Jay Faerber returns to Image Comics with "Near Death," a new series set in the world of crime and killers rather than one filled with capes and cowls.