Manifest Destiny Archives

Image/Skybound Release Pride Month Charity Variant Covers
"We support the Transgender Law Center's mission to ensure all transgender and gender nonconforming people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression." Skybound's  Pride Month variant covers will be available exclusively at comic book stores and include: Available on Wednesday, June 2— Fire Power #12 Cover M by Kira Okamoto (Diamond Code MAR219145) The Walking Dead Deluxe #16 Cover Dby Tillie Walden (Diamond Code MAR219153) Available on Wednesday,[...]
Cover to Manifest Destiny #31 by Matthew Roberts and Owen Gieni
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Manifest Destiny #31 cover by Matthew Roberts and Owen Gieni In the wake of the Fog, Lewis and Clark strive to rebuild their fort and hold out against the winter Clark is put in charge of the fort while Lewis watches the invisible arch. Neither have been left unshaken Lewis grows mad while Clark grows cold[...]
The Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Giant Days, Star Wars, Archie, Weird World, And More!
Books Featured for August 19, 2015: Boom! Studios: Giant Days #6 Marvel Comics: Weird World #3 Archie Comics: Archie #2 Image Comics: Manifest Destiny #16 Marvel Comics: Star Wars #8 Marvel Comics: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Vol 1: Squirrel Power Also discussed: Howard the Human #1 , Power Up#2 , Island #2 See you again next week! Find us on Facebook: [...]
Maxx's Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Saga, Multiversity, Squarriors, And More!
Maxx's Super Awesome Comic Review Show returns to Bleeding Cool, recorded at the one and only Astro-Zombies Comic Shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico, hosted by Maxx MacLennan. They say: The Maxx's Super Awesome Comic Review Show – bringing you discussions of all the new exciting books in comicdom. The standout feature for the books this week was all[...]
Cover Variance: Walking Dead And Manifest Destiny Get A Connecting Exclusive San Diego Cover – Plus Lots More Image Images
Manifest Destiny #8 and The Walking Dead #129, Tech Jacket #1 and Aphrodite IX/Cyber Force #1. For $20, exclusive trade paperbacks, Giant Sized Kung Fu Bible Stories and Aphrodite IX: Rebirth. For $30, exclusive first volume hardcovers for Manifest Destiny, Witch Doctor and Thief Of Thieves. For $35, exclusive first volume hardcovers for Deadly Class and Rocket Girl. For $100,[...]
'Dark Stuff' Is All About Mood – Horror Comics With Ben Templesmith, Rafael Albuquerque, Rachel Deering, Matthew Roberts And Vanesa Del Rey At Heroes Con 2014
Roberts, who has a child, says he allows "cartoony violence" in games, but not extreme games as his choice. Look out for more Manifest Destiny from Roberts, the serialization of The Squidder from Templesmith starting imminently, a second volume of In the Dark slated for Halloween time from Deering and more American Vampire, Second Cycle from[...]
Maxx's Super Awesome Comic Review Show – From Infinity Man To Wildfire And Uncanny X-Men, With Special Guest Leigh Luna
Maxx's Super Awesome Comic Review Show returns to Bleeding Cool, recorded at the one and only Astro-Zombies Comic Shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico, hosted by Maxx MacLennan. They say: This week, Image number 1s really got us excited and special guest Leigh Luna lets us know what book she loves! Don't forget, you can always look for us on Facebook. Books reviewed in this[...]
45 Thoughts About 45 Comics – Batman Eternal, Batgirl, Amazing Spider-Man, Detective Comics, Futures End, Justice League Unlimited, Secret Avengers, Deadpool, The Royals, Superman/Wonder Woman, All-New X-Men, Twilight Zone, Pathfinder, Manifest Destiny, Revenge, Starlight, Real Heroes, God Is Dead, Uber, Crossed, Legenderry, That's Because You're A Robot, Ash, Blackout, Moriarty Lives, Blood Queen, Rogue Trooper, Dexters Lab, Rocky & Bullwinkle, Sinister Dexter, Star Trek, Transformers, Wraith, Angry Birds, Pestilence, Wasteland, Sixth Gun, Star Wars, Edgar Allen Poe, Abe Sapien, Bloodshot, Tales Of Honor, Armor Hunters, Archer And Armstrong And Wildfire
No matter how boring and dull the song, it can still have a certain effect… And in Manifest Destiny it seems there's nothing that will put certain folk off. Real Heroes does live up to ts name Seriously, when was the last time something like this happened to Spider-Man? For a start his face mask would just[...]
Thirty-Eight Thoughts About Thirty-Eight Comics – Doop, Captain Marvel, Kick Ass, Iron Fist, Superior Foes Of Spider-Man, Nightcrawler, Deadpool, East Of West, Manifest Destiny, Invincible, Great Pacific, Shutter, Savage Dragon, Peter Panzerfaust, Batman Eternal, Batgirl, Justice League 3000, Superman/Wonder Woman, Constantine, The Royals, Lumberjanes, Deceivers, Creepy, Flash Gordon, Magnus, Shotgun Wedding, Sons Of Anarchy, Next Testament, Regular Show, Returning, Samurai Jack, Rocky & Bullwinkle, Powerpuff Girls, Judge Dredd, Indestructible, GI Joe, My Little Pony And The Maxx
Shame they couldn't have given Batgirl a hand… It's amazing the kind of things that can slip your mind, from Deceivers #0. Manifest Destiny has given us all sorts of monsters based on natural American flora and fauna It is possible however, that this is their most foul yet…. And it's not the only Image comic to[...]
Silvestri And McFarlane Show Off Cover For Kirkman
For Robert Kirkman's upcoming seventh issue of Manifest Destiny, he got two of Image's founders to team up for the cover Marc Silvestri provided the loose pencils and then Todd McFarlane inked the piece McFarlane shared both the pencils and inks along with some commentary on his facebook page: HERE'S THE FINISHED ARTWORK FOR A COMIC[...]
Maxx's Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Triumphal Returns From Stray Bullets To Beasts Of Burden
It's quite a full line-up, so dig into this week's comic releases. Books featured in this episode include: DC Comics: Justice League Of America #13 Marvel Comics: All-New X-Men #24 IDW Publishing: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #32 Image Comics: Stray Bullets: Killers #1 Vertigo: Royals: Masters Of War #2 Image Comics: Mercenary Sea #2 Image Comics: Manifest Destiny #5 Marvel Comics: Captain Marvel #1 DC[...]
Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Comics of 2013
I do hope other all-ages publishers take note… Honorable mentions to Manifest Destiny, All New X-Men, Superman Unchained, Crossed: Wish You Were Here, The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, Thunder Brother: Soap Division, Demeter, Saga, Quantum and Woody, Umbral, Trillium, Federal Bureau of Physics, Sandman: Overture, and Coffin Hill. By Rich Johnston and Hannah Means-Shannon In[...]
Bleeding Cool's Best Comic Panels of 2013
Also, now everyone knows what Scott Summers saw in Emma Frost. "Wheeeeeee!" from Manifest Destiny #2 written by Chris Dingess with art by Matthew Roberts and Owen Gien A stunning fall from a cliff, with comic paneling utilized to the full, even a minor eclipse of the sun This new comic from Image is one of my[...]
Forty-One Thoughts About Forty Comics – Uber, Uncanny X-Men, Wolverine & The X-Men, Satellite Sam, Sinister Dexter, Skin Trade, Three, Chew, Manifest Destiny, Wasteland, Batman, Batgirl, Wolverine, Deathmatch, 3 Guns, Nova, Thunderbolts, Adventure Time, Krampus, Protocol Orphans, Drumhellar, GI Joe, Justice League #3000, Superboy, Unity, Harbinger, A Boy And A Girl, Warlock, Doc Savage, GI Joe Special Missions, Indestructible, Alex + Ada, Lazarus, Memory Collectors, Dead Body Road, Powerpuff Girls, Star Trek, Wraith And X-Files
Even the merest mention in the new Chew is enough to set the heart aflutter. Manifest Destiny #2, my favourite comic this week, and here's one reason why, a stunning fall from a cliff, with comic panelling utilised to the full, even a minor eclipse of the sun. Add a bunch of Minotaurs and horse headed centaurs[...]
Thirty-Eight Thoughts About Thirty-Seven Comics – Wolverine, Manifest Destiny, Crossed, Batgirl, Unity, Green Lantern Corps, Manhattan Projects, Superior Spider-Man, Suicide Squad, All New X-Men, Clown Fatale, Walking Dead And More
You're never naked with a semi-automatic. Okay, Manifest Destiny is probably my favourite book this week There's always the appeal of the new, but in this case a band of expendables, each a fascinating case study by themselves, set to tame the Americas – especially the native population who may be a little more that history[...]