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Compass: Indiana Jones-esque Image Miniseries Debuts in June
Bestselling writer/creator Greg Rucka (The Old Guard), writers Robert Mackenzie and Dave Walker (Lazarus Sourcebook are teaming up with artist Justin Greenwood (Stumptown, The Fuse, The Last Siege) to take readers on a breathless journey in the forthcoming Compass This all-new, five-issue miniseries will launch from Image Comics in June. "Compass #1" cover, Image Comics "Compass was born out of[...]
Another Body Drops… In Space – Preview Image's The Fuse #11
The Fuse #11 arrives this Wednesday, March 25th, taking on the fifth part of the "Gridlock" storyline, written by Antony Johnston, with art by Justin Greenwood This cop drama set on a city-like space station has always found its own groove, focusing on the character-driven, and introducing us to strange new realities that feel, on[...]
Bleeding Cool's Best Publisher Of 2014
Month after month, they launched quality comics such as Deadly Class, Minimum Wage, Egos, The Fuse, Undertow, Revenger, Apocalypse Al, Mercenary Sea, One Hit Wonder, Real Heroes, Sovereign, Starlight, Noah, Tales Of Honor, Southern Bastards, The Field, Shutter, Dream Police, Self Obsessed, Genesis, Shotgun Wedding, MPH, C.O.W.L., Madame Frankenstein, Nailbiter, Rise Of The Magi, Trees, Outcast,[...]
The Bleed Episode 13: Reading Pluto Vol. 1 With The Fuse's Antony Johnston
The prolific Antony Johnston joined us to discuss his work on The Fuse, Wasteland, The Courtyard, and many more gems from his expansive portfolio. This week we're reading Sam's pick and our first manga entry in the book club, Pluto vol 1 by Naomi Urasawa, based on the Astro Boy works by Osamu Tezuka. [youtube][/youtube] You can download us if you're on the go[...]
Things To Do In London If You Like Cool Image Comics
Writer of The Fuse and Umbral from Image Comics, Antony Johnston, will be having a grand signing on August 30th at Forbidden Planet Megastore, London, from 3 to 4PM He will be celebrating the release of The Fuse: Volume One: The Russia Shift and Umbral: Volume One: Out of the Shadows. For The Fuse, there will[...]
4 Things About The Fuse Issue #2 – From Europe To The Ristovych Effect
Secondly, I really enjoyed The Fuse issue 2 and here are three reasons why, all of them tied to my deep abiding love for slightly eccentric cop shows. 1.     Europe Dietrich's quiet, precise, slightly unsettling approach to the job gets the tiniest hint of an origin here He's a big city cop who's moved to the new[...]
Image Reveals Riley Rossmo Variant Cover For The Fuse #2
As you might recall, we did a hefty interview with writer Antony Johnston just ahead of the launch of the new series The Fuse from Image Comics, and Johnston filled us in on the genre-mixing going on in this labor of love from he and artist Justin Greenwood, drawing on cop shows, crime procedurals, and[...]