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Kieron Gillen updates on his Image projects, going in-depth on Three, the story of Sparta turned on its head.
The Best Shots crew takes an early look at a couple of comics before they hit shelves tomorrow.
John Layman & Rob Guillory's Image Comic series - once made into a Showtime pilot, will now be developed into an animated film, with a live action ...
Ales Kot has a series he's been working on for awhile now, and it's finally seeing the light of day. The writer tells us about this futuristic spy ...
CLONE is the latest Skybound hit heading to TV - but first we catch up on the comic book that's exploring the many sides of Dr. Luke Taylor.
At Comic-Con International Image Comics announced a renaissance of genre, see what they showed off here.
How does a writer like Robert Kirkman prevent getting overloaded with zombie work? By adding more, varied work, of course! The writer updates us on...
Take a look at some of the biggest titles of the week with the Best Shots crew!
Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead celebrates 10 years with new challenges for both versions, the creator tells us.
Take an early look at two issues coming out tomorrow with the Best Shots team.
Skybound is more than just THE WALKING DEAD, and Kirkman and company discussed series including INVINCIBLE, THIEF OF THIEVES and more.
We're live with Robert Kirkman talking about the first 10 years of THE WALKING DEAD, and how the book is only going to get crazier.
It's quick-take reviews of heavy hitters including SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #13, SUPERMAN UNCHAINED #2 and WALKING DEAD #122, plus plenty more.
JERSEY GODS’ Glen Brunswick tells a story of a superhero writer who has to stand up to his hero – and his villain.
Take an early look at THE WALKING DEAD #112, as more human on human death comes to town.
1980s Video Game Style Comes to Image in This Tale of REVENGE!
Take an early look at some of the best books hitting shelves this week with our Best Shots crew's advance review column!
The Image Expo brought multiple announcements coming from the publisher, including a new Brubaker/Epting collaboration.