In the Spawn comic book series written by Todd McFarlane, there are... a lot more Spawns around right now. Enough to make up a new team, The Scorched,
Jeff Lemire posts to his Substack the news of his new project, Little Monsters, with regular collaborator Dustin Nguyen, from Image Comics in March 2022.
Scott Snyder and Jock are to return to Wytches from Image Comics in 2022. Although Scott is returning to it sooner, as the writer's room for the TV series
LITG: The world can seem like a terrible and strange place sometimes, but at Bleeding Cool, you can still read all about comics, merch, TV shows, games,
Last month, James Tynion IV writes on his Substack newsletter talking about the latest Razorblades anthology self-published horror comics magazine of his,
Imagine if you will the concept of Luke Cage — wrongfully imprisoned, experimented upon, given superpowers — and then add a Latinx twist along with a
Gunslinger Spawn was a priest born two hundred years ago in the Old West who has come to the present day as a Spawn, a demonic entitity of hell. Ish. When
We mentioned this last week in Image Comics February 2022 solicits and solicitations, that Jim Valentino was creating an Official Image Comics timeline
Diamond Previews time. Or is it? Apparently, the FTP site that comics publishers use to upload their images to Diamond Comic Distributors for
Ages ago, Bleeding Cool got the word that Image Comics was working on an in-universe crossover project. And no, not Crossover by Donny Cates and Geoff
Sina Grace will write and draw a new one-shot at Image Comics in February, Rockstar and Softboy.
Many of the year’s hottest new limited-edition drops have come from Comics Vault Live, the hit stream hosted by Shawn “Big Clutch” Kirkham and produced by
Jeff Lemire posted to his Substack, and Andrea Sorrentino to his Twitter, that they will be launching their recently announced The Bone Orchard: Mythos on
A mystery is hard enough to do, but veering between copaganda and glorifying crime enhances the level of difficulty. Newburn #1 spotlights Easton Newburn,
In 1994, Jae Lee published four issues of Hellshock, a comic book about a fallen angel, through Image Comics. At which point he stalled. Three years later