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Image Comics is a United States comic book publisher founded in 1992 by high-profile illustrators as a venue where creators could publish creator-owned properties. Its best-known series include Spawn, Monstress, Paper Girls, Saga, Invincible, Chew, and The Walking Dead.

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Energon Universe Part 20 . Cobra Commander 3 . This Wednesday . Coooobbrrrraaaaa!

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2024/03/18
11:04 UTC

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What issues does Dinosaurus appear in?

I saw some stuff on him and thought he was cool. So what issues of Invincible does he appear in/have a major role it?

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2024/03/17
18:30 UTC

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Pact Reboot

Would you want to see a reimagining of The Pact? If so would you keep it as is or change up the cast?

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2024/03/17
16:37 UTC

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Thoughts?

Whats everyones thoughts on Savage Dragon? I recently tried picking it up without realizing how graphic it is and political the writers were… is there any good issues of Savage Dragon or should i cut my loses?

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2024/03/17
01:30 UTC

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Spawn and Angela

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2024/03/16
15:55 UTC

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Quick look at Our Bones Dust

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2024/03/16
15:22 UTC

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Battle chasers issues 10 and on

Does anyone know if issues 10 and on are still available?

Purchased the anthology TP (ISBN 9781534315228) and really want to get the end of the series.

Thanks

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2024/03/16
12:56 UTC

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Fear Agent Deluxe Edition

I pre-ordered them and never received them, then tried to get them on 4 other shops but nobody could deliver them. Then finally found a seller who actually could and did deliver, really happy to finally have these 2 in my collection.

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2024/03/16
12:35 UTC

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The prequel to Little Bird is finally coming out in June

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2024/03/16
12:32 UTC

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Department of Truth is returning on…

June 26!

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2024/03/16
03:10 UTC

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Rob Liefeld - Image Comics 2.0

Hey y’all! Trying to figure something out.

I recently listened to a Robservations episode, titled “Sliding Doors! Image Comics 2.0.”

Leifeld talks about a group of big-name comic artists who tried to proposition Image Comics in the late 2000s to give them their own imprint with the caveat that Image gives them a front-end deal, as opposed to the normal back-end deal. (Topic begins roughly 43:00 to 1:01:00)

HOWEVER, he refuses to give names! Does anyone have an inkling who was in this group?

Hitch? Coipel? McNiven? Immonen?

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2024/03/15
21:53 UTC

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My Grifter doodle

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2024/03/15
19:21 UTC

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King Spawn writer Sean Lewis and artist Jonathan Marks Barravecchia talk new Image book, BEAR PIRATE VIKING QUEEN

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2024/03/15
15:46 UTC

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Transformers #6 Review: War Never Changes (9/10)

GONKBONK REVIEWS: TRANSFORMERS #6

Transformers #6 brings the series' first arc to a spectacular close, filled with action and heartfelt moments. This issue cements the Transformers series' place as a powerhouse in the Energon Universe, solidifying Daniel Warren Johnson's position as a leading creative force.

Read the full version of this review here.
Read Transformers #1 and #2 GONKBONK reviews.

Review:

Transformers #6 delivers a thrilling, action-packed conclusion to its first story arc. The Autobots and Decepticons clash in an all-out brawl, showcasing intense battles and hilariously cheeky nods to the franchise's past (1986 film and G1 TV series).

Beyond the spectacle, the issue explores the human cost of war. >!We see Sparky grapple with PTSD and !<a reminder that war leaves deep scars on both sides. The tragic finale leaves humanity caught in the crossfire and the Decepticons on the brink of fracturing.

The emotional climax of the issue hinges on a plot point that might confuse readers unfamiliar with deeper Transformers lore. This left me questioning the moment's impact, but it still sets up a cliffhanger and future story threads. Despite this, the cracks within the Decepticons and the seeds for future stories make the next arc highly intriguing.

It's bittersweet knowing that is the last issue with DWJ as the lead artist. While I'm confident Jorge Corona will do great as the new artist, it still feels hard to let go of DWJ’s art style that gave this series such a unique and impactful identity. Despite an artist change, Transformers remains a must-read with its perfect balance of emotional depth and jaw-dropping action!

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Why You Should Read Transformers

  • The series has some of the best-illustrated action sequences you’ll find in comics.
  • The story carries a much deeper meaning than simply relying on the cool factor of seeing the Autobots and Decepticons fighting.
  • Daniel Warren Johnson has laid the foundation for the best versions of Optimus Prime and Starscream.
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2024/03/15
10:14 UTC

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What was your favorite comic from the Original 7 artists?

We’re talking first year Image Comics.

What was your favorite and why?

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2024/03/14
21:59 UTC

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Rook: Exodus #1, Geiger #1 & Redcoat #1 Connecting Covers

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2024/03/14
17:58 UTC

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Napalm Lullaby #1 Review: An Explosive Start (10/10)

GONKBONK REVIEWS: NAPALM LULLABY #1

Napalm Lullaby #1 explodes onto the scene with a dystopian blend of Mad Max fury and Matrix-like sci-fi. This pulse-pounding debut issue by Rick Remender and Bengal promises to be another unforgettable series from the powerhouse creative team.

Read the full version of this review here.

Review:

Napalm Lullaby #1 throws you into a dystopian world ruled by a religious cult. We experience this harsh reality through through the eyes of a very minor villain, showcasing the world's ruthlessness and inequality. The second half introduces the true protagonists, leading to a thrilling cliffhanger.

The comic excels in world-building without overwhelming exposition. Dilapidated slums, lavish churches, and glimpses of advanced technology create a rich and mysterious world begging to be explored. Rick Remender's afterword provides further context for those seeking more details.

Bengal's stunning art complements the story perfectly. Everything from the diverse scenery to the stylish character designs is crafted with such detail that each page turn feels like a treat for the eyes. The final splash page is a masterpiece, leaving a lasting impression without revealing too much.

While there’s still so much to learn about this comic’s fascinating world and characters with its rebellious spirit and sci-fi elements, this debut issue pushes all the right buttons to give you a taste of the wild ride that’s to come.

Image: Image Comics

Why You Should Read Napalm Lullaby:

  • Bengal’s art brings a unique flair to the comic’s world.
  • Rick Remender showcases his knack for sci-fi world-building and characterization.
  • It delivers a stylish spin on a dystopian future.
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2024/03/13
10:46 UTC

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/r/ImageComics Weekly Discussion

Weekly /r/ImageComics Discussion thread. Feel free to talk about anything and everything related to Image Comics and its creators.

  • What is in your pull list this week?
  • What are your currently reading and would recommend?
  • What new series or trade releases are you excited about?
  • Show off your new purchases or something from your existing collection.

[New Releases]

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2024/03/12
10:00 UTC

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I'm Looking for the name of the Comic

Hey Guys, I've tried looking for a certain comic I read back in 2019 but I can't find it. I lost the physical copy I had and to date I can only recall that it was Released by Image comics. Though at this point I'm starting to doubt my own memory on the matter. The comic had different stories on various chapters meaning the story wasn't the same from the first chapter. I didn't read the first chapters either. I picked up the comic on a story about a group of two guys who had a delivery job I guess. The story was about how they were to deliver a cooler somewhere not knowing that the cooler they are transporting contains a body organ (I can't remember what organ it was but I think it was a heart). Things take a turn when some people come looking for the cooler and assume the two guys stole it then they start hunting them. As they are trying to escape and hide they end up taking refuge at a brothel of sorts (I'm not 100% certain) after being forcefully taken there by a group of biker women..... Later on they escape and take refuge at a rich crooks mansion. At the mansion there's alot of sex and drugs but they get attacked by the guys looking for the cooler... That's all I remember. Please help.

I Know the information doesn't help much but I even tried asking gpt ... I really want to read this comic again.

8 Comments
2024/03/12
08:12 UTC

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