It's quite a week for characterization with Norman Osborn, an FDA agent, Bruce Banner, toys and Luke Cage, even while the Kryptonians take a break, Hank Pym's more important than need be and Osborn's got a secret.
Image has released cover art and solicitation information for new comics on sale in December, 2009, including "Image United" #2, "God Complex" #1, "Tank Girl: Dark Nuggets" #1, "Chew" #7 and more.
Winning by algebra as Larry Trainor, Scandal Savage, Princess Shuri, Royal
Williams and three guys named Tony have a good week, featuring four jumps and
even an interesting turn from Tyrese Gibson.
Image has a hit with "Chew," a book that's seen multiple sell-outs in its two-issue run. With issue #1 returning as a flipbook in "The Walking Dead" #63, CBR spoke with Publisher Eric Stephenson about "Chew's" success.
Courtesy of Image, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including new issues of "Chew," "Savage Dragon," "The Astounding Wolf-Man," "Witchblade" and "The Sword."
Writer John Layman invites you into his process with this full script for "Chew" #1,
debuting this week from Image Comics. A must-read for aspiring creators,
compare the script to Rob Guillory's finished artwork.
Created by John Layman & Rob Guillory, "Chew' is the story of a federal agent who gets psychic impressions from what he eats (i.e. murder victims) - to solve crimes! Artist Guillory takes CBR through his process.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new books on sale next week including the debut of "Chew" and new issues of "Jersey Gods" and "Overlook."
Rob Guillory, has provided CBR with a massive sketchbook-style preview of his and John Layman's highly anticipated Image Comics series, "Chew," which will debut this June.
John Layman gives CBR the gob-smacking details behind his twisted new crime
procedural series from Image, about a man who gets psychic impressions of what
he eats, and uses that power to solve murders....
Image's panel at WonderCon Friday highlighted the Savage Dragon's presidential team-up, Duncan Rouleau's "The Great Unknown" and John Layman's "cannibal for a good cause" title "Chew." Plus, a huge gallery of preview art!