Writer Greg Rucka and artist Michael Lark return to their biting sci-fi saga, Lazarus, with a new number-one issue and quarterly format.
Hardcore, the new sci-fi action epic from writer Andy Diggle and artist Alessandro Vitti, envisions a world where spies remotely occupy the bodies of state enemies the world over.
Jesusfreak, the new hardcover graphic novel from Joe Casey and Benjamin Marra, offers a two-fisted pulp take on the founder of Christianity.
In Self/Made, Mat Groom and Eduardo Ferigato construct a winding fantasy/sci-fi hybrid that follows Amala, a warrior thrust from her realm to meet her unexpected creator.
The Warren Ellis Forum wasn't just an online tool for comic creators to banter and barb; it was a breeding ground for the voices that would define the medium in the years to come. In this oral history from Joshua Rivera, a host of the forum's most activist participants discuss how one man and his website catalyzed a new era of sequential art.
Die, the new ongoing fantasy comic from writer Kieron Gillen and artist Stephanie Hans, follows a group of five adults forced to revisit the horrific world they fled in their youth after playing a mystical role-playing game.
New apocalyptic science fiction burner The Freeze, from writer Dan Wickline and artist Phillip Sevy, posits a world where every human being inexplicably stops moving. Only one man can release them with his touch.
Image is pleased to present a brand-new podcast, Mirror/Image, featuring Image writers and artists reflecting on shared passions with creators from film, music, prose, podcast, and beyond.
Ray Fawkes returns to his haunting Underwinter cosmos with The Queen of Spirits, the tale of two lost souls seeking out a witch who can return them to the land of the living.
The Warning, a new military science-fiction epic by cartoonist Edward Laroche, creates a slow-burn aura of anxiety and menace. The comic follows genetically augmented soldier Joshua as he navigates a mysterious tower that assembles itself in Southern California, while contemplating his own morality in the conflict.
Arabson and James Robinson Make an Infernal Bargain in The Terrible Elisabeth Dumn Against the Devils in SuitsNovember 14, 2018 | By Tobias Carroll
The Brazilian cartoonist and veteran scribe weave a gothic tale of devils, the blues, and women who refuse to give in.
The acclaimed cartoonist walks through his visual technique for Mirenda, an intoxicating fantasy about a young woman struggling to exorcise a demon from her leg.