Tagged: Image Comics
Jonathan Luna, Sarah Vaughn Image Comics 2014 In a medium where openly dystopian futures are the norm, Alex + Ada is… Read More »
Perhaps when both Artist and writer mature their craft a little I’ll be interested, but for now I’ll pass on Night World.
After reestablishing her connection with the Witchblade, Sara Pezzini and her deputy go searching for answers. This issue, entitled “Darkness on the Edge of Town: Part One,” tells the next chapter in her story.
Between the strange premise and Afua Richardson’s artwork, I find myself intrigued and looking forward to another issue to see how this all plays out
Brian K. Vaughan, Fiona Staples Image Comics 2014 For the last year and a half or so, whenever someone asks… Read More »
Issue six brings an end to the first story arch, and opens the door to more adventures.
Mercenary Seas continues to impress with its artwork, and the fun WWII era story telling.
“I want everything you have.”
Pull this book. Pull it now, and grab the back issues while you still can, and get in on this fantastic piece of creativity that is Mercenary Sea.
Mercenary Sea will be that comic that people will wish they could get into, and if not, the will painfully watch the enjoyment of it through others. Pull it!
Rat Queens #7 Kurtis J. Wiebe, Roc Upchurch Image Comics 2014 Advanced warning: Parts of this issue could be shocking… Read More »
Cap’n Dinosaur is a fun done in one attempt at Silver Age nostalgia.
Issue one of Dark Engine is confusing and beautiful, and I’m curious to see what happens next.
Casey’s life as Danielle Clarkson is explored further.
Fresh from its running digital format, Joe Keatinge and Khary Randolph bring Tech Jacket to print comics with this first issue.
Keatinge and Del Duca return for a fourth installment of their fantastical tale, Shutter.