Tagged: Image Comics
Kaptara #1 (W)Chip Zdarsky, (A)Kagan Mcleod Image Comics 2015 Kaptara #1 is like a theatrical production improvised by coked-up disco… Read More »
Five Ghosts: Special #1 (W) Shane-Michael Vidaurri, Frank J. Barbiere (A) Shane-Michael Vidaurri, Jaime Jones (CA) Shane-Michael Vidaurri Image Comics… Read More »
The Mantle #1 (W) Ed Brisson (A/CA) Brian Level Image Comics 2015 The Mantle is a persona handed down from… Read More »
Roche Limit: Clandestiny #1 (W) Michael Moreci (A/CA) Kyle Charles Image Comics 2015 I like these space adventures. They’re a… Read More »
Run Love Kill #1 (W) Jonathan Tsuei & Eric Canate (A) Eric Canate Image Comics 2015 RunLoveKill #1 is the… Read More »
As a fan of comic books, and superheroes a lot of the time what goes on in my head is about what heroes or villains would fit together and make up a supergroup. In over seventy five years of comic… Read More »
Chrononauts is well titled. Dudes in astronaut-styled suits that explore time.
Perhaps the second issue will bring something new to read aside from “He’s just a little guy!”.
Southern Cross #1 (W)Becky Cloonan, (A)Andy Belanger, (CA)Becky Cloonan Image Comics 2015 There’s a lot to like about this comic… Read More »
There are enough questions and illustrative intrigue in Descender to keep me curious to see what happens in issue 2.
Casanova: Acedia continues to weave an interesting story, and I’m looking forward to issue three.
Secret Identities #1 (A)Ilias Kyriazis, Charlie Kirchoff (W)Brian Joines, Jay Faerber Image Comics 2015 If you’re familiar with me, then… Read More »
Stray Bullets: Sunshine and Roses #1 (A/W)David Lapham Image Comics 2015 This is the story about happens when a reckless… Read More »
Artist Mario Gully is in need of a home for he and his kids. Most everyone has hard times in life, and now Mario is going through some of his own. He has no home and is living in a… Read More »
Despite the art Casanova IV: Acedia is going to be another thriller wrapped in espionage, so jump in while you are on the ground floor.
The best part of this comic was the second last page, and not because it was the signal that the comic was over
Additional to a strong female voice that actual passes a Bechtel test, Bitch Planet is interesting, stylized, and is a damn good read. Put this in your pull