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scarletneedle 17/11/2016 19h45

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scarletneedle 17/11/2016 19h46

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Well, in February, to celebrate 25 years of Image Comics, Skybound will be publishing The Walking Dead #163 by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, Imvincible #133 by Robert Kirkman, Ryan Ottley and Nathan Fairbairn, and Outcast #25 by Robert Kirkman, Paul Azaceta, and Elizabeth Breitwieser, will all cost 25 cents.

THE WALKING DEAD #163 begins an all-new story arc and readers are met with the aftermath of the Whisperer War.

Ryan Ottley returns as artist on INVINCIBLE #133 just as “THE END OF ALL THINGS” begins. This 12-part mega-story will touch every corner of the INVINCIBLE universe, and when it’s over… IT’S OVER. Every single story for the past 13 years has been leading up to this last finale story arc.

OUTCAST BY KIRKMAN & AZACETA #25 begins an all-new story arc as well and provides a major turning point in the series. New characters are introduced and big things are in store for Kyle Barnes as he’s faced with something he never could have prepared for—hope. Everything changes in this 25th issue, for $0.25, in celebration of the 25th anniversary.

A new arc of The Walking Dead, starting with a 25 cent issue? A comic that usually sells close to 100,000?

arrowsmith 17/11/2016 19h57

très bonne initiative :clap:

EsseJi 18/11/2016 09h36

La cover de WD #163 laisse aller les spéculations.
Rick zombifié? Les méthodes des whisperers copiées?

gillesC 22/11/2016 11h05

Et surtout, 25 cents, de quoi transformer pas mal de gens en lecteurs de comics! (croyez-zen ma longue expérience... ;))

EsseJi 01/12/2016 22h40

Source : Newsarama

En manque de Image United? Shutter #25 par Joe Keatinge et Leila del Luca sera un "Special Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Brunch-Related Crossover Event". En effet, aux cotés des personnages de la série on pourra y voir Spawn, Witchblade, Glory, Savage Dragon, Invincible et Shadowhawk.

scarletneedle 31/01/2017 19h10

Source Bleeding Cool

Une interview d'Eric Stephenson : ici.

gillesC 01/02/2017 13h53


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Source : Newsarama

En manque de Image United? Shutter #25 par Joe Keatinge et Leila del Luca sera un "Special Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Brunch-Related Crossover Event". En effet, aux cotés des personnages de la série on pourra y voir Spawn, Witchblade, Glory, Savage Dragon, Invincible et Shadowhawk.

...maiiiiiiiiis.... comment... :D

Nortock Diab 01/02/2017 14h53

Trop cool cette news sur Shutter #25 !
J'en suis !

scarletneedle 03/02/2017 19h29


Image continues its 25th anniversary celebration with a series of 11 Women’s HIstory themed variant covers for March. And just to show they believe what they are saying, 100% of the proceeds made from these March Women’s History variant covers will be donated to Planned Parenthood.

The variants, all by women artists, celebrate the careers of women in comics, the strides made throughout comics history made by the women’s movement, as well as Image’s history

“Many of Image Comics’ staff—myself included—and an ever-growing catalog of some of the most talented writers and artists in the industry, feel strongly about supporting women’s reproductive rights,” said Corey Murphy, Director of Sales at Image Comics in a statement. “Women have come a long way in this country, and the progress that’s been made is in part due to the efforts Planned Parenthood has made in sex education and affordable, preventative healthcare. I’m extremely proud to be a part of a company that’s unafraid to take a stance in supporting a non-profit that’s recently been under fire. This month we celebrate Women’s History, the strides the women have made in the comics industry, and the difference that everyone—male and female—has made by coming together in spreading equality.”

It’s all part of a whole year of themed variants. And here’s the schedule thus far and five of the 11.

scarletneedle 06/03/2017 18h44

Le rapport d'Arrowsmith à la ECCC 2017 :


source : multiversitycomics

Image annonce 15 nouveau titres :
  • New Lieutenants of Metal – written by Joe Casey with art from Ulises Farinas

    Described as “incomprehensible” by Casey and as being in the vein of early Image titles, this series promises not to take itself too seriously.
  • Death of Love – written by Justin Jordan, illustrated by Image newcomer Donal DeLay, colored by Felipe Sobreiro, and lettered by Rachel Deering

    This series is a five-issue miniseries about “Nice Guy” who declares war on love, and promises cupid arrows and chainsaws. Look for it to drop in the fall.
  • The Family Trade – written by Justin Jordan, art from Image newcomer Morgan Beem

    A new ongoing series, set in a steampunk world, about a manmade floating city and the family of assassins that runs it. “God help me for making this type of comparison, but if you like Indiana Jones, or even Pirates of the Caribbean with a lot less Johnny Depp, that’s kind of what we’re going for here,” Jordan said.
  • “B]Flavor[/B] – written by Joseph Keating with art from Wook Jin Clark

    A new food-inspired series (much needed with the recently concluded “Chew”) about a world in which culinary arts is the main industry. Culinary scientist Ali Bouzari is consulting on the series. This ongoing begins just in time for harvest!
  • Sleepless – written by Sarah Vaughn, illustrated by Leia Del Duca and Alissa Sallah, and lettered by Deron Bennett

    Sleepless explores a knight, protecting a princess, who doesn’t sleep and the effects that has on their life. Sallah, who is both colorist and editor, said she cried when she read the first issue.
  • Redlands – written and colored by Jordie Bellaire, illustrated by Vanesa Del Rey, and lettered by Fonografiks

    This is Bellaire’s first high-profile writing assignment as she has colored a number of celebrated series over the last few years including “The Vision.” “Redlands” takes place in a town called Redlands with “corrupt cops that are also witches.” This series is basically about everything Bellaire is currently pissed about. “If you like sex, if you like weirdness, if you like horror, if you’re upset about the way the government and criminal justice system works, give it a shot.”
  • Shirtless Bear-Fighter! – written by former Marvel editors Jody LeHeup and Sebastian Girner, art by Neil Vendrell, colours by Mike Spicer, and letters by Dave Lanphear

    The duo of LeHeup and Girner promised a lot of, well, shirtless bear fighting. “It’s very over the top, very bonkers, but very grounded,” LeHeup added to laughter from the crowd. Girner also explained, “There are a ton of influences — ’80s action flicks, kung-fu, Saturday morning cartoons, for sure, it’s very animated. It’s about a guy who had to deal with his past to save everybody.”
  • The Family Tree – written by Jeff Lemire with art from Phil Hester

    Neither Lemire or Hester could make it to the panel so this was announced via a video that had some technical difficulties, but eventually was able to work. Lemire described this as a horror comic, and spiritual follow-up to his work on “Sweet Tooth” and “Animal Man,” about a family on the run across backwoods America. This series is set to launch in November.
  • The Hard Place – written by Doug Wagner with art from Nick Rummel, and edited by Kevin Gardner

    A five-issue “gritty crime” series with all five issues already penciled and inked, about a character fresh out of jail who gets caught up in a robbery. Gardner told the crowd that Rummel is “doing some storytelling stuff I haven’t even seen people attempt.”
  • Generation Gone – written by Ales Kot with art from André Lima Araújo, colored by Chris O’Halloran, and letter by Clayton Cowles with Tom Muller on design.

    Out in July, this story centers on a couple in a toxic and harmful relationship who decide to rob a bank and then receive superpowers somehow very quickly following.
  • The New World – written by Ales Kot with art from Tradd Moore, colored by Jordie Bellaire and lettered by Clayton Cowles with Tom Muller designs

    Set in “New California” following a second Civil War, this story sees the wall having been erected between California and Mexico, and a post-big earthquake LA also dubbed “New Los Angeles.” Not described the story as a Romeo/Juliet type love story. Kot said both his new series are two sides of the same coin, all about “love, fate and action.”
  • Mage: The Hero Denied – written and illustrated by Matt Wagner

    This is the third part of Wagner’s Mage trilogy which he began “before most of the people who preceded me on this stage [were] born.” The 15-issue series, with a #0 issue out at SDCC and a double-sized finale, will be colored by Wagner’s son. The trilogy is a retelling of the Arthurian legend and also metaphorical of Wagner’s life. “You always hear every story’s already been told,” Wagner said. “That’s maybe true. But it hasn’t been told by you.” You can read an interview with Wagner at ECCC here.
  • Savage Town – co-written by Declan Shalvey and Phillip Barrett, art by Declan Shalvey, colors by Jordie Belliare and letters from Clayton Cowles.

    A graphic novel set in the Irish town of Limerick about an Irish gangster named Jimmy Savage. Shalvey, and Irish creator himself, said the experience of writing this was “liberating.” “You can do whatever the fuck you want. Especially this, because I don’t know if anybody will be able to read this, because it’s all in Irish slang.” Look for this to drop in the fall and check out an interview about this new graphic novel.
  • Sacred Creatures – co-created by Pablo Raimondi and Klaus Janson

    A six-issue series beginning this summer with a 66 page first issue and subsequent 35 page installments, Janson said “We held absolutely nothing back.” “Sacred Creatures” takes place in a world where supernatural beings have inserted themselves into society and are now ready to take control. Janson and Raimondi are sharing writing and art duties with Raimondi illustrating the present day story and Janson showcasing the history of the world. This is Janson’s first creator-owned series. All issues will have three covers, one from Raimondi, one from Janson, and a third from contributors including Frank Miller, Sean Gordon Murphy and Bill Sienkiewicz. More info here.
  • Moonstruck– written by “Lumberjanes” co-creator Grace Ellis with art from Shae Beagle

    A five-issue series beginning in July, “Moonstruck” is a romance story with werewolves. In comparison to “Lumberjanes” Ellis stated, “‘Lumberjanes’ energy is very bright, it’s like a 10,” Ellis said. “This is a little bit different. It’s like a 9.75. It’s very cute, it’s very gay.”

Autre annonce, le retour de Image Expo pour le 1er Février 2018

Tomangers 06/03/2017 21h57

La fin de Shutter

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Trop cool cette news sur Shutter #25 !
J'en suis !

Joe Keatinge l'a annoncé sur son Tumblr Shutter s'arrête au numéro 30 :
"Finished Shutter #30 last night.
Which means I finished Shutter last night.
It will take a while before finishing our story settles in.
For now – if you’ve read it, liked it, supported it, hated it, anything’d it:
Thank you"

scarletneedle 10/03/2017 18h39

Et bin Monsieur Stephenson, je pensais que les Variant Covers étaient un gimmick qui ne servait à rien...


Image Comics is pleased to announce a special, limited variant cover for SEVEN TO ETERNITY #5 by Rick Remender (DEADLY CLASS, TOKYO GHOST, BLACK SCIENCE) and artist Jerome Opeña that will kick off the second story arc of the bestselling series. This cover will feature a flashy silver foil treatment of the SEVEN TO ETERNITY title logo.
Si en plus, vous en avez le plaisir de la présenter, il va falloir faire évoluer votre discours déjà bien écorné par la multiplication des Variant Covers dites normales chez Image...

Enfin, ça doit être nul quand ce sont les voisins qui le font...

scarletneedle 13/03/2017 17h59

Tout compte fait et devant la demande, Image va organiser une Image EXPO en 2017!


Back by popular demand, Image Comics is pleased to host a very special formal Fall Homecoming dance for the comics community during the Rose City Comic Con festivities. The dance will be held on Saturday, September 9th from 8:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m. at The Evergreen. This event will be 21+ only. IDs will be checked at the door.

Tickets to the Image Comics Fall Homecoming Dance are on sale now.

Image Comics’ Fall Homecoming will be in the style and spirit of a traditional high school dance and all comics fans and industry members are encouraged to come mix, mingle, and dance the night away.

Image Comics Fall Homecoming ticket tiers:
$20: Entry ticket
$45: Add-on pack, including an Image t-shirt, variant cover comic, commemorative pint glass, and enamel pin
$79: VIP pack—ticket to the party, add-on pack items, and access to special VIP area at the venue (limited quantity, only 100 VIP tickets available)
Check back at for more details to come about the Image Comics Fall Homecoming Dance, we hope to see you there!

scarletneedle 17/03/2017 19h43

En parlant de Variant Covers, cette odieuse pratique sans cesse dénoncée par Stephenson car gimmick inutile, voilà en avril des couvertures Poisson d'avril!

Sympa comme idée, j'aime beaucoup, la I Hate Fairyland :

Part 1 of 0! :D :lol:

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