Hollywood chews people up and spit them out. Glitterbomb is a new comic in which frustrated actress Farrah Durante does the same thing to people trying to take advantage of her.
To the uninitiated, the goings-on in world financial markets look like so much wizardry. The data sets and jargon flung around on Wall Street seem arcane, charting how money magically moves from one place to another. In a new Image Comics series, it actually is magic that makes the super-rich more affluent every day.
Imagine a future where the drugs we rely on to cure common yet life-threatening infections don’t work on most people. Now imagine a right-wing regime that only gives the medicine that still works to “productive” citizens. That’s right: millions of people would be screwed.
The kinkiest thing an automaton can wank to is the organic lifeform he’s tried to kill for five years.
Horror operates on the premise that we should be scared of things that lurk in the shadows and creatures that can share or commandeer human bodies. But the first collection of clever action-horror series Cry Havoc shows that shoving weirdness to the fringes only makes it more powerful and more dangerous.
For more than 10 years, Invincible has been a love letter to the superhero genre, paying homage and remixing plot beats and character archetypes into a series that’s become a hit unto its own. That run will be ending next year.
A lot of people think the Punisher and other criminal-killing characters are cool, because they explode judicial system red tape and deliver retribution to bad guys in the swiftest, most ice-cold way possible. A new comic out this week from Image, Kill or Be Killed presents a kind of polar opposite—a chilling new take…
All-America Comix will be starring America Vasquez, a young Latina going on cosmic adventures while rocking clothing styles with patriotic, United States symbols. Yeah, that’s Vasquez, not Chavez. Guess Marvel has officially taken too long to make their America independent.
One of the best feelings in nerd culture fandom is the thrill of watching a grand tapestry of imagination unfurl before you. Descender is killing it in this department, pulling readers into a universe where the stakes feel deliciously high from all angles.
Rock and roll and science are commonly thought of as polar opposites: one sexy and dangerous, the other nerdy and inscrutable. But a great comic-book series imagines that the world would be a million times cooler if the two were one and the same.
Today most comic artists use computers to assist with their art, but going full digital is still a big leap. In an in-depth essay on SKTCHD, artist Christian Ward shows how he left paper behind starting with Issue #6 of his Image comic ODY-C, a science-fiction reimagining of classic literary epics.
I’ve been taking Saga for granted. Some of you have been taking Saga for granted. Let’s not do that. This comic book is a miracle. One that will make you cry.
Descender is a comic book series where humans perform an ethnic cleansing of robots. Imagine the universe of Mass Effect, bled dry of its small amounts of hope or optimism.
Every ninety years twelve gods will take human form and live on Earth for no more than two years, an event called the Recurrance. What happens next is the story of my favorite Image Comics series- maybe by favorite comic book, period- in the past ten years- The Wicked + The Divine.
Lazarus is an Image comic written by Greg Rucka and drawn by Michael Lark. It's set at least fifty to sixty years in the future, when the world economies have collapsed and corporations have instead taken over territory, instituting a new feudalism. There's the Families, the Serfs who follow them...and everyone else…
Image Comics held its fifth annual Image Expo in San Francisco this week, where it unveiled the 18 new titles in its 2015 launch lineup. This year's highlights include new projects from Brian K. Vaughan (Saga, Y: The Last Man) and Image Comics founder Todd McFarlane (Spawn).
Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro's new comic series Bitch Planet is billed as "Margaret Atwood meets Inglourious Basterds." And after just one issue, we're incredibly excited about the story of women on a prison planet — many for the crime of non-compliance. NSFW images below.
Is San Diego Comic Con still for comics? For years, people have bemoaned the fact that SDCC is increasingly about movies and TV, and now comics retailers are giving up. Yesterday, we listed comics as one of the "losers" of Comic-Con, but veteran journalist and Image Comics staffer David Brothers disagrees. Here's why.
Image Comics has released three pages from the forthcoming first-issue of Supreme: Blue Rose, Warren Ellis and Tula Lotay's reimagining of Rob Liefeld's skewed Superman archetype. According the publisher, Blue Rose will "re-introduce the central Image Comics character Supreme with a science-fiction/mystery flavor."