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Q&A: Sean Lewis and Hayden Sherman Dissect Technological Dystopias in Their Upcoming Book Thumbs

Q&A: Sean Lewis and Hayden Sherman Dissect Technological Dystopias in Their Upcoming Book Thumbs

March 28, 2019

Tech-obsessed teens take on the government in the new series from the creative team that brought you The Few.

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Everything You Need to Know About Lazarus Before Reading Lazarus: Risen #1

March 20, 2019 | Mark Peters

Before diving back into Greg Rucka and Michael Lark's dystopian epic in Lazarus: Risen, learn everything about the world and its embattled hero, Forever Carlyle.

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Beyond Daylight Savings: 10 Image Comics that Embrace the Palette and Pathos of Darkness

March 11, 2019 | Vernon Miles

These 10 comics paint it black, either employing a monochrome color scheme or leaning into the darker side of the spectrum.

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Little Bird’s Darcy Van Poelgeest on Shifting from Film to Comics for his Surreal Sci-Fi Opus

March 8, 2019 | Darcy Van Poelgeest

The writer behind Little Bird describes his transition, trading film production for panels and collaborating with artist wunderkind Ian Bertram.

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Rob Guillory’s Farmhand Harvests an Accompanying Soundtrack From Composer Skies Speak

March 5, 2019

Rob Guillory's eerie agricultural thriller, Farmhand, receives an atmospheric new score from composer Skies Speak; listen to new track "Ezekiel" below.

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Comedy in Comics: How Chip Zdarsky, Skottie Young, Mike Norton, and Kyle Starks Elicit Snickers through Sequential Art

February 28, 2019 | Robert Tutton

In the comics Sex Criminals, Bully Wars, Battle Pug, and Assassin Nation, creators Chip Zdarsky, Skottie Young, Mike Norton, and Kyle Starks master comedy in sequential art.

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Q&A: Cartoonist Ken Garing Embarks on an Epic Fantasy Journey in Gogor

February 22, 2019

Ken Garing's new ongoing fantasy series, Gogor, follows young student Armano as he works with a mythical figure to repel an invading army.

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Q&A: Excellence’s Brandon Thomas and Khary Randolph Conjure a Magical Tale of Generational Strife

February 22, 2019

Excellence, the new Skybound series from writer Brandon Thomas and artist Khary Randolph, reveals a world of clandestine magicians committed to protecting humanity. But recent pupil Spencer is set to disrupt the sorcery status quo.

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Vindication’s MD Marie and Carlos Miko Dive into the Moral Quagmire of Racial Injustice

February 14, 2019 | Courtney Ryan

In Vindication, writer MD Marie and artist Carlos Miko unspool a taut police procedural unafraid to address police bias and the plight of young black men unfairly targeted by the justice system.

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The 10 Greatest Modern Image Comics Romances

February 12, 2019 | Vernon Miles

Read up on the 10 couples from Image Comics keeping the flame alive in sequential art.

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Fairlady's Brian Schirmer and Claudia Balboni Merge Fantasy and Noir

February 11, 2019 | Sam Stone

The Black Jack Ketchum team of Brian Schirmer and Claudia Balboni return with the new comic series Fairlady, a hybrid fantasy/noir about a private investigator taking the dirty jobs in a magical realm.

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Deadly Class 101: The Instructors of Kings Dominion Atelier of the Deadly Arts

February 8, 2019

Discover the manipulative educators of Rick Remender and Wes Craig's Deadly Class comic.

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Eight Comics To Read for Black History Month

February 6, 2019

Celebrate Black History Month with these eight titles from creators of color.

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The Gunning For Hits Playlist, By Jeff Rougvie

January 31, 2019 | By Jeff Rougvie

Gunning For Hits writer and music industry veteran Jeff Rougvie curates the perfect mix of barbed rock, foundational hip-hop, and indie gems for his acerbic series about one A&R rep's descent into extremity.

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The Image Comics Fantasy Guide

January 29, 2019

Bring your wand as we cast a spell with this full list of our current fantasy offerings.

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