LOOK: Every New Series Announced at Image Expo 2016

Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that Image Comics made major waves today with the 2016 edition of Image Expo in Seattle Washington. The publisher revealed 20 books, inviting their creators to share information and dropping a ton of new art and details for (comic) things to come. New series were announced from the likes of Jonathan Hickman, Jim Zub, Ivan Brandon, Jason Latour, Brenden Fletcher, Karl Kerschl, Babs Tarr, Cameron Stewart, Howard Chaykin, and many more.

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Check out our roundup of every new series announced at the Image Expo, along with an official description for each book below, and be sure to tell us which title you're most excited for.

"AFAR" by Leila del Duca & Kit Seaton

"BLACK CLOUD" by Jason Latour, Ivan Brandon, Greg Hinkle, Matt Wilson, Aditya Bidikar, Tom Muller, edited by Maria Ludwig

"THE BLACK MONDAY MURDERS" by Jonathan Hickman & Tomm Coker


"GLITTERBOMB" by Jim Zub & Djibril Morissette-Phan & K. Michael Russell & Marshall Dillon

"HORIZON," by Brandon Thomas, Juan Gedeon & Frank Martin (Skybound)

"THE HUNT" by Colin Lorimer, Jim Campbell, and Joana Lafuente (Shadowline Comics)

"ISOLA" by Brenden Fletcher & Karl Kerschl

"KILL OR BE KILLED" by Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips, Elizabeth Breitweiser

"LAKE OF FIRE" by Nathan Fairbairn & Matt Smith

"MOONSHINE" by Brian Azzarello & Eduardo Risso, edited by Will Dennis

"MOTOR CRUSH" by Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart, & Babs Tarr

"PRIMA" by Jen Van Meter, Rick Burchett, Eric Newsom, edited by Jeanine Schaefer

"PRINCE OF CATS" by Ron Wimberly

"ROCKSTARS" by Joe Harris & Megan Hutchison

"ROMULUS" by Bryan Hill & Nelson Blake II (Top Cow Productions)

"SEVEN TO ETERNITY" by Rick Remender & Jerome Opeña

"SURGEON X" by Sara Kenney & John Watkiss, James Devlin, & Jared K. Fletcher, edited by Karen Berger

"VS" by Ivan Brandon, Esad Ribić, Ive Svorcina, Aditya Bidikar, Tom Muller, edited by Sebastian Girner

"WINNEBAGO GRAVEYARD" by Steve Niles & Alison Sampson

Writer Steve Niles teams up with artist Alison Sampson, colorist Stephane Paitreau, and letterer Clem Robins in WINNEBAGO GRAVEYARD.

Sampson used 1970s horror films for inspiration on the artwork and described the book's overall look as: "about 70% Americana, slightly heightened, like True Blood, and about 30% ripping off of heads."

A horror-adventure story, WINNEBAGO GRAVEYARD follows a family with a teenage son and what happens when their road-trip goes wrong and they find themselves stuck in a town full of satanists.

WINNEBAGO GRAVEYARD is set to launch in Fall 2017.

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