Some of the industry's most irreverent and colorful creators gathered at Image Expo to share what lured them into creating comics and what keeps them pushing forward.
Jim Valentino, the man behind the show at Image Comics imprint Shadowline, talks to CBR News about "Peter Panzerfaust," "Debris," and other projects -- plus what he looks for in a pitch.
The Image Comics founders united for a panel at Comic-Con International to look at the creator-owned publishing company's impact on the industry and where they're headed in the future.
Jim Valentino's Shadowline imprint took a "Grim Leaper" during the Image Expo, hitting readers with news of new series "Enormous," "Debris," "Harvest," and "Rebel Blood" by Kurtis Wiebe, Josh Williamson and more.
At the inaugural Image Expo, the founding Image partners-sans Jim Lee but with new partner Robert Kirkman-discussed how the company started and their own philosophies on the comic business, with McFarlane teasing an animated "Haunt."
The inaugural Image Expo kicked off Friday in Oakland with publisher Eric Stephenson announcing "Happy!" by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson, new "Phonogram" and series by Nick Spencer, Jonathan Hickman and Steve Niles.
CBR spoke with Image Comics founder and former Image Central Publisher Jim Valentino about the early days of Image, his Shadowline publishing imprint, "Morning Glories" and more.
The writer/artist behind "Meta 4" and "Metropol" spoke with CBR News about his upcoming Image Comics title, his creative process and how jerks influenced the project, plus exclusive art.
Shadowline founder Jim Valentino spoke with CBR about "Morning Glories," "27" and other successful books in 2010, future titles including "The Infinite Vacation" and "Green Wake," and Shadowline's publishing process.
Image Comics creators Jim Valentino, Tim Seeley, Richard Starkings, Ben McCool and Nick Spencer discussed their upcoming projects and much more at the Image panel at C2E2 this weekend, and CBR was there.
The "ShadowHawk" creator spoke with CBR News about
bringing back the original back breaker, Paul Johnstone, in a
new ongoing series written by Dan Wickline and illustrated by
A planned relaunch for Jim Valentino's original Image superhero is in the works, but in the wake of the "Image United" event, the new series promises the return of an old face.