Joseph Illidge compares the new titles announced by both Marvel Comics and Image Comics last week and finds a significant difference.
Comic creators Bryan Lee O'Malley, Leslie Hung, Ron Wimberly, Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel and Steven T. Seagle offer insight into their upcoming works from Image Comics.
Creators Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott, Gail Simone, Cat Staggs, Steve Orlando and Jimmie Robinson open up about their new Image Comics series.
Jason Aaron, Chynna Clugston Flores, Antony Johnston and other creators shared more details about their just-announced Image Comics projects.
"Supreme: Blue Rose" artist Tula Lotay spoke exclusively with CBR about "Heartless," her new horror comic with fan-favorite writer Warren Ellis.
Take some time to browse through the promo art and official descriptions for every new Image Comics project announced today!
Brian K. Vaughan, Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente's "The Private Eye" will come to print at Image Comics in exchange for a "Walking Dead" story.
The "Scott Pilgrim" creator will next chronicle the adventures of a fashion blogger struggling to achieve perfection IRL.
Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote speech put the creator firmly in creator-owned and reiterated the company's mission.
At Image Expo 2015, Jason Aaron and "Scalped" artist R. M. Guera announced "The Goddamned," a new series which takes place in the world before the flood.
Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott announced that the long in development series will debut at Image this October.
A mysterious A.I. brings a troubled teen into a video game -- and sends him back to real life as his avatar in Shane Davis' first Image Comics title.
The Kickstarter-backed series, which writer Steve Orlando describes as "queersploitation," will now be published by Image Comics.
"Iron Fist: The Living Weapon" creator Kaare Andrews reveals what made him finally go the creator-owned route.
Joe Keatinge will take on the world of professional wrestling with a new Image series featuring art by newcomer Nick Barber.
The subversive new Image series from Antony Johnston and Shari Chankhamma will feature plenty of high kicks, guns and explosions.
Artist Tula Lotay announced the series at Image Expo, saying that the collaboration with Warren Ellis will "give people chills."
The "American Vampire" artist announced that he will illustrate the '80s-style story about a "guy with learning difficulties."