Jonathan Hickman, Leila del Luca, Karen Berger and more creators discuss exploring the unknown in their new Image series.
The former "Batgirl" co-writers Brenden Fletcher and Cameron Stewart discuss "Motor Crush," along with Brandon Thomas and more Image creators.
Image Comics has released lettered previews of today's newly announced titles like "The Black Monday Murders," "Black Cloud" and more!
Get a first look at all-new art and official descriptions for 20 of Image Comics' upcoming series announced at the publisher's 2016 Image Expo.
The award-winning "100 bullets" team of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso head to the Prohibition era in their first Image Comics collaboration.
The "Gotham Academy" team of Brendan Fletcher and Karl Kerschl are tackling an "Elfquest"-influenced book at Image.
At ImageExpo 2016, Joe Keatinge, Rick Remender, Jonathan Hickman and more announced a new grant set to award $30,000 to a creator or creative team.
Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson's speech is an optimistic note of encouragement for comic creators.
The former "Batgirl" creative team will now collaborate on a new Image series focusing on illegal bike races.
"100 Bullets" collaborators Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso will launch "Moonshine," which Azzarello calls "the best work of [Risso's] career."
Jonathan Hickman calls his next book at Image "probably the best thing I've written in about three years."
The former "Uncanny X-Force" collaborators will tell the story of a dying knight as he tries to save the world from the "God of Whisperers."
"Kill or Be Killed," Ed Brubaker's "tricky" new ongoing series with Sean Phillips, will follow a man who is forced to murder.
Ex-Vertigo executive editor Karen Berger returns to comics with a sci-fi series written by Sara Kenney with art from John Watkiss.
Joe Harris and Megan Hutchison's "Rockstars" will read like "Almost Famous" meets "Supernatural" as the protagonist investigates rock and roll mythology.
Veteran writer/artist Howard Chaykin drops the bomb on his upcoming Image Comics project about a "world-changing event."
Jen Van Meter and Rick Burchett will mix the action, romance and comedy genres together in this spy series set in the 1950s.
Nathan Fairbairn will pen his new title "Lake of Fire," which follows a group of Crusaders who encounter an alien spacecraft, alongside artist Matt Smith.
Brandon Thomas and Juan Gedeon are tackling the "sci-fi conspiracy thriller," "Horizon," for Skybound in July.