Ed Brubaker reunites with artist Steve Epting at Image Comics for "Velvet," an October-debuting creator-owned series exploring the high stakes world of a female spy operating during the height of the Cold War.
Robert Kirkman discusses "All Out War," a twelve-part "Walking Dead" story arc which shifts the Image Comics series' focus from survival to rebuilding society in a world overrun with zombies.
Kurtis Wiebe discusses his breakout hit "Peter Panzerfaust," sharing upcoming plot details and his casting thoughts for the BBC live-action adaptation, explains the origins of the upcoming "Rat Queens" and more.
"Walking Dead" co-creator and Image Comics Partner Robert Kirkman discussed his history with Image, celebrating ten years of zombie domination, the end of the series and his plans for the death of Michonne.
Rick Remender, Matt Fraction and the "Southern Bastards" team of Jason Aaron and Jason Latour discuss their new Image titles, how they got into comics, the value of genre variety in comics and more.
Image Comics is now offering DRM-free copies of its catalogue as PDFs, CBZs and more. Director of Business Development Ron Richards spoke with CBR News about the publisher's new approach to digital comics.
Following their announcements at Image Expo, Image Comics has also released a trio of previews for new titles including Ed Brubaker & Steve Epting's "Velvet" & Rick Remender's "Deadly Class" & "Black Science."
J Michael Straczynski explains how his two new Image series aren't simply continuations of his Marvel Icon work but ground level reinventions as "Book of Lost Souls" and "Dream Police" angle for 12-issue epics.
Two Marvel Comics creators announced their return to creator-owned work at Image Expo as Jason Aaron and Jason Latour prep a "southern fried crime comic" they call "Southern Bastards."
Writer Rick Remender spoke with CBR about "Deadly Class," his just-announced, creator-owned, '80s-based Image Comics series about a school for the next generation of the world's deadliest assassins.