Kate and Lucky hit the road, "Morning Glories" gets serene, the Shadow peers behind the Iron Curtain and Galactus gets hungry -- again.
J.H. Williams III says farewell to "Batwoman," the "pre-apocalypse" gets bizarre, "Zero's" repeat performance and The Shadow enjoys his alone time.
With Act I of "Mind the Gap" coming to a close, writer Jim McCann provides closure and discusses what's next for his Image Comics title.
This week, Earth 2 is ordered to "Obey," Mara finds her place among the stars, the Center for Deadly Disease Control gets official, "Morning Glories" gets romantic and Wolverine goes sci-fi.
This week, Kevin flies solo as Deadpool pays a visit to Scrooge, DC's magical heroes make a stand, a bandaged Jack takes center stage, the gang at Morning Glory Academy take a bow and Elektra & Frank Castle share a moment
With this week's "Mind The Gap" #5, Jim McCann and Rodin Esquejo made a major revelation into the power behind Elle's coma, but as the writer explains, it only opens new questions for the Image ongoing series.
In a two-for-one edition of CBR's continued exploration of "Morning Glories," Nick Spencer explains the murderous twist of #20's sibling rivalry and the origins of the truant students kicking off #21's new arc.
This week, Armstrong has an Archer on his shoulder, Silk Spectre goes on a trip, the Lookouts strike a pose, Elle (and the Big Bad Wolf) get the Mucha treatment and Clint Barton brushes up on his archery.
CBR has an exclusive first look at Rodin Esquejo's cover for "Mind The Gap" #7 written by Jim McCann, depicting series protagonist Elle Petersen as she holds a human heart.
Nick Spencer, Joe Eisma and Rodin Esquejo's hit Image series enters a new phase with some new, deadly students as Image Comics reveals the academy kids who will drive the book into its first season finale.
Courtesy of Image, CBR presents exclusive previews for this week's "Invincible" #93 and "Morning Glories" #20. Both issues go on sale July 4.
"Morning Glories" writer Nick Spencer returns to discuss the shot heard round the Academy as the surprising finale of the book's "P.E." arc leads to more mysteries for Hunter but also more revelations as the fourth arc approaches.
Before today's "P. E." finale, catch up with Nick Spencer's thoughts on the deadly "Morning Glories" arc from what terrors can make Ike a believer to the tricky nature of Jun's new romance and more.
This week, Morning Glory Academy turns shadowy, space turns even more mysterious, the Snow Queen turns frosty, Logan turns brainy and "Alabaster" turns...wolfier?
Image Comics has provided CBR with exclusive previews for two of this week's new releases: Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley's "Invincible" #91 and Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma's "Morning Glories" #18
This month, Nick Spencer takes readers of his Image series "Morning Glories" on a twisting time travel path as issue #16 sees Casey confront her dead father and Ms. Hodge play God in some unexpected ways.