Lazarus written by Greg Rucka and from Image Comics was optioned with a media deal. This week Lazarus Risen which is the next story arc and volume is hitting our local store shelves.
I really do miss Shawn B’s One Year Later reports. So let’s try and bring these back in a sense. At least it’ll be fun to see what we were talking about a year ago at this time and what those books are doing now, one year later.
Welcome to the first Flashback Friday.
Image Comics is pleased to announce an all-new, original graphic Simon Says OGN covernovel, Simon Says by Andre R. Frattino and Jesse Lee which will paint a post-World War II Europe in a scarlet shade of revenge this September.
For those attending Emerald City Comic Con, here is the full details of Image Comics schedule, creator-owned panels, con exclusive variants, and signings with your favorite comics talent.
For you Paul Pope fans out there, this Image PR is just for you:
Image Comics is pleased to celebrate two decades of Paul Pope’s (Battling Boy, Batman: Year 100) Eisner Award-nominated, science-fiction/cyberpunk classic Heavy Liquid with an exuberant, all-new, 20th anniversary trade paperback. This gorgeous new edition will collect issues #1-5 of the Heavy Liquid series and feature newly remastered colors by Pope to restore them to his original vision, making them more vibrant and powerful.
The creators for Little Girls are doing a book tour. I actually got an advanced digital copy for review so I’m hoping to get some time to sit down and read it, perhaps create an upcoming sneak peak for everyone.
Read more to see the press release and dates with locations of the tour.
Probably not for everyone out there but hot off the press release:
Image Comics is pleased to announce that the popular webcomic, Ophiuchus by Alexis Leriger de la Plante and Natasha Tara Petrović will be collected in its entirety and debut in print from Image Comics this August.
I’m actually looking forward to this one, despite not being a teen.
From Image Press Release: Critically acclaimed creator Ken Garing (Planetoid, Planetoid: Praxis) returns to Image Comics in time to launch an all-new high fantasy series titled Gogor this May.
Most know this character as being one of the longest running Image books but what some might not realize is, he pre-dates his Image debut by 10 years.
Image Comics is pleased to announce that New York Times bestselling creator Kieron Gillen (The Wicked + The Divine) and artist Stephanie Hans’ DIE #1 is being rushed back to print for a fourth time to keep up with growing demand for the series.
Middlewest #2 (3rd Printing) by Eisner Award-winning and New York Times bestselling creator Skottie Young (I Hate Fairyland, Bully Wars, Deadpool) and Russ Manning Award winning artist Jorge Corona continues to fly off shelves and fan enthusiasm for the series builds. Image Comics has greenlit the Middlewest #2 for a third printing. This third printing cover will feature new artwork by Jorge Corona.
Writer Brian Schirmer, artist Claudia Balboni (Star Trek), and colorist Marissa Louise team up for Fairlady—an all-new fantasy series from Image Comics this April.
Demand for Middlewest #1 by Eisner Award-winning and New York Times Middlewest #1 4th ptg cover artbestselling creator Skottie Young (I Hate Fairyland, Bully Wars, Deadpool) and Russ Manning Award-winning artist Jorge Corona is building momentum at a breakneck pace. Image Comics has greenlit the debut issue to go back to print for a fourth time. This fourth printing cover will feature new artwork by Skottie Young.
Image Comics is pleased to reveal a very special line of Rumble variant covers in time for Black History Month. These covers will kick off the new story arc with Rumble #11 by John Arcudi and David Rubín and will feature artwork by Keith Pollard, Arvell Jones, Ron Wilson, Chris Brunner, and Sanford Greene.
Image Comics is pleased to reveal an excerpt from the forthcoming Matador, Vol. 1 by Devin Grayson (Batman: Gotham Knight, User) and Brian Stelfreeze (Black Panther, Batman), which will find a new home at Image Comics this May and collect issues #1-6 of the original series.