The Family Tree, Jeff Lemire and Phil Hester's new Image Comics title, promises to put a unique spin on the body horror genre.
The bestselling Image Comics series Pretty Deadly, by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios, teases its return with a new trailer.
Image Comics will publish SPAWN #300 in August 2019. Here is the must-read list for anyone looking to catch-up to Todd McFarlane's iconic comic series
Since the first issue of The Walking Dead comics in 2003, we've loved reading about the zombie apocalypse, particularly these shocking moments.
Image Comics' best-selling comic series The Walking Dead may have just ended, but the publisher has plenty of must-read ongoing titles.
Brian Haberlin and David Hine -- the duo behind Image Comics' Sonata -- ruinite for a new series, The Marked.
Image Comics announces November, a graphic novel from Matt Fraction and Elsa Charretier.
Image Comics debuted in 1992, and grew their company over the decade with a number of great superhero teams that deserve a comeback!
Image Comics Seven To Eternity is one of the best books currently on the market. Heres 10 reasons why you should be reading it!
Writer Scott Snyder announces a new series of "epic adventure across the strangest landscape imaginable."
Image Comics housed mighty characters, so tuck in your capes and prepare for a leap into their world as we look at their most powerful 90s characters.
Image Comics just became the first publisher to ever sweep the Eisner Awards category for Best New Series.
Little Bird #1 is a surreal master class in worldbuilding, as a 12-year-old girl reignites a resistance against a tyrannical theocracy.
Marvel managed to be the most successful comic publisher of 2018, but DC released the best-selling single comic of the year.
Image's superhero titles are full of interesting and unique takes on the genre, some that are much more interesting than what Marvel and DC are putting out these days.
Middlewest #1 is fascinating in how it tackles its subject matter, resulting in a comic that's equal parts derivative and wholly unique.
Image Comics has transformed itself in recent years and there are some characters we would love to have back, as well as some that can just stay gone.