Groundbreaking Fantasy Series “Bear Pirate Viking Queen” To Be Fully Collected Into Trade Paperback This August

Bear-Pirate-Viking-QueenBestselling epic fantasy miniseries Bear Pirate Viking Queen, by award-winning storyteller Sean Lewis (King Spawn, Thumbs) and talented newcomer artist Jonathan Marks Barravecchia, will be fully collected in a new trade paperback, hitting shelves in August from Image Comics.

The epic fantasy is a tale of the sea, of Pirates, Vikings, Queens, and bears, warring with each other and trying to assert dominance over the past and future of the world. Beautiful, poignant, and daring—readers embark on the adventure of a lifetime with a story by masterful writer Lewis and with mind-blowing hand-painted watercolor art by Barravecchia, resulting in a book unlike anything you’ve read. The first issue, a breakout hit, immediately sold-out at the distributor level and was rushed back for a second printing. Fans will now have the ability to read the whole series from start to finish in a brand new volume.
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Savage Dragon Makes Rare Appearance In Blood Squad Seven #2 Next Month

Savage-DragonThe iconic Savage Dragon character—from the long running series of the same name by Image Comics co-founder and partner Erik Larsen—will make an appearance in the upcoming, action-packed Blood Squad Seven #2 by Joe Casey (MCMLXXV, Butcher Baker the Righteous Maker) and Paul Fry (Spider-Man 2099, Star Wars). This highly collectible issue will hit shelves in June from Image Comics.

A 1:20 copy incentive variant by Jim Rugg will feature the Savage Dragon character prominently as well.

Rebuilding a brand—even one as ubiquitous as Blood Squad Seven—has its challenges. For one thing, even superheroes aren’t perfect. What happens when that imperfection slips through the cracks? What sacrifices is this new team willing to make? Readers will find out when they read Blood Squad Seven #2 next month.

Spinning out of the recent Dutch miniseries, Blood Squad Seven explores ’90s superteam dynamics through a contemporary lens and feature surprise cameo appearances from some recognizable fan-favorite Image characters.
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Bestselling Massive-Verse Title C.O.W.L. Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary, REturns With New Miniseries C.O.W.L.: 1964

COWL-1964Bestselling C.O.W.L. by Kyle Higgins (Radiant Black), Alec Siegel (Hadrian’s Wall), and Rod Reis (New Mutants)—first launched in 2014—will officially become part of the Massive-Verse universe of superhero series alongside Radiant Black, Rogue Sun, No/One, and others, and will kick-off a new chapter this August from Image Comics. C.O.W.L.: 1964 will reunite the original creative team for a three-issue miniseries just in time for the series’ 10 year anniversary.

“I find it incredibly surreal to reunite with Kyle and Alec for more C.O.W.L. work after a decade,” said Reis. “Reflecting on the past 10 years, it’s evident how much our lives and careers have changed, and readers will see that reflected in the upcoming pages.”

Siegel added: “I’m excited to jump back into this world with Kyle and Rod after all this time. We’ve always felt like there was more story to tell and we’re eager for readers to dive in and see where their favorite characters are in 1964 and what new challenges they face.”

“Returning to C.O.W.L. is very special for me,” said Higgins. “The series’ origins date back to my college thesis film, The League, and before that to the short story I wrote that got me into film school. It’s something that’s been with both Alec and myself for a long time. When Alec, Rod and I started this book In 2014, the idea of building it to be a part of a something larger wasn’t something that we thought we would ever be able to do. Now, as we come back to finish the core story, we’ll also be setting the stage for the future of C.O.W.L. and in some ways, The Massive-Verse.”
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San Diego Comic-Con Has Released Special Guest Lineup

comicconThis year’s SDCC is starting to heat up, and as the event approaches, the release of the special guests for this year has started. Here is the current list:

Charles Ardai: the Edgar Award–winning creator of the bestselling Gun Honey comics and co-creator of Hard Case Crime

Rodney Barnes: an award-winning writer, producer, and comic book creator, most recently an executive producer and writer for HBO’s Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty, chronicling the professional and personal lives of the 1980s Showtime Lakers.

Daniel Clowes: an acclaimed American cartoonist, illustrator, and screenwriter who gained fame with his comic book series Eightball, which was notable for its dark humor and commentary on modern culture.

Gerry Conway: is the co-creator of The Punisher, Firestorm, Power Girl, Man-Thing, Werewolf-by-Night, The Jackal, Killer Croc, Tombstone, Tarantula, Count Vertigo, Vibe, Vixen, Commander/Citizen Steel, and many other popular (and not so popular) characters for Marvel and DC Comics.

Naomi Novik: she has written the Scholomance trilogy, the novels Uprooted and Spinning Silver, and the Temeraire series.

Julia WertzL a cartoonist, urban explorer, and amateur historian. Her graphic novels include Museum of Mistakes, Drinking at the Movies, The Infinite Wait, Tenements, Towers, & Trash, and Impossible People

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“Strange Girl” Celebrates 20 Year Anniversary With Deluxe Hardcover Reprint Featuring Glorious New Cover Artwork By Eric Nguyen The December

strange-girl-coverThe complete, boundary-pushing, bestselling comic book series Strange Girl—by New York Times bestselling writer/creator Rick Remender (Napalm Lullaby, Deadly Class, LOW), alongside powerhouse artists Eric Nguyen (X-Men: First Class), Jerome Opeña (The Avengers, The Punisher, Seven to Eternity), and Peter Bergting (Frankenstein: New World)—will be brought back to print in one deluxe hardcover edition this December and join the Giant Generator line at Image Comics. This magnificent reprint will collect all 19 issues of the series, feature breathtaking new cover artwork by Nguyen, and hit shelves just in time to celebrate its 20 year anniversary.

A bare-knuckle, action-driven series, peppered with social commentary and dark humor, Remender’s critically acclaimed indie hit is a must read for fans of Preacher, Tank Girl, The Sandman, and Doctor Strange.

Set ten years after the Rapture, Strange Girl follows a fleeing occultist and her pet demon when they embark on a high-octane road trip toward the fabled remaining gateway into Heaven. Surviving long enough to get there is going to take grit and all the help she can get. Winning over God in order to finally escape Hell on Earth is going to take a miracle.
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Kurt Busiek Teams With Fabian Nicieza and Stephen Mooney For New High-Stakes Sci-Fi Series Free Agents this July

FREE-AGENTSBestselling, Eisner Award winning writer Kurt Busiek (Astro City) teams up with self-proclaimed legendary and better-selling writer Fabian Nicieza (Deadpool) and fan-favorite artist Stephen Mooney (Half Past Danger) with colorist Triona Tree Farrell (Harley Quinn, Detective Comics), and letterer Tyler Smith of Comicraft for an all-new ongoing series in, Free Agents. This action-packed, giant-sized, bargain-priced debut will hit shelves from Image Comics in July.

Each issue will also feature a variant-cover character portrait by Kevin Maguire (Justice League), all well as variants by a host of comicdom’s greatest.

“It’s a superhero series with a twist,” said the devastatingly charming, modest and did-we-mention multiple Eisner and Harvey Award winning Busiek. “The Agents were done. They were retired, and had started building new lives, going to college, making themselves a place here on Earth. And then it all starts coming back.”
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Ghost Machine’s Redcoat #2 Sneak Peek Introduces… Albert Einstein?

Ghost-MachineThe Ghost Machine universe is heating up and Image Comics has presented the first look at Ghost Machine’s next issue of the critically acclaimed, Redcoat, by Geoff Johns, Bryan Hitch, Andrew Currie, Brad Anderson, and Rob Leigh.

Following the red-hot, sold out success of Redcoat #1, issue #2 picks up with Simon Pure hunted by a bloodthirsty cult. The immortal mercenary discovers his powers may have its limits and the former British soldier must accept help from a 12-year-old genius named Albert Einstein.

Ghost Machine’s groundbreaking creator collective was launched at New York Comic Con in October 2023 and features a global best-of-class lineup of artists and writers whose award-winning and iconic works include a who’s who of comic book legends such as Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, Aquaman, Stargirl, JSA, The Flash, The Ultimates, Black Lightning, Green Arrow and countless more: Brad Anderson, Jason Fabok, Gary Frank, Bryan Hitch, Geoff Johns, Rob Leigh, Lamont Magee, Francis Manapul, Brad Meltzer, Ivan Reis, Peter Snejbjerg, Peter J. Tomasi, and Maytal Zchut.
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The Fire Still Burns As Cyclops Reignites Mutant Revolution In Jed MacKay and Ryan Stegman’s X-MEN

CYCLOPS-XMENThe fall of Krakoa will go down as one of the darkest chapters in mutant history, but Cyclops refuses to allow the X-Men to be victims. The first X-Man, mutantkind’s ultimate leader, and arguably the most brilliant strategic mind in the entire Marvel Universe, Scott Summers steps up to guide his species towards a better future in Jed MacKay and Ryan Stegman’s X-MEN.

Announced last month, X-MEN will be the first of three flagship X-titles set in the upcoming From the Ashes era. No longer living under the protection of Krakoa, it’s a dangerous time for mutants everywhere, and dangerous times call for radical action.

Cyclops gathers a group of his most trusted and reliable mutant soldiers along with the brightest of the next generation to tackle the most prevalent threats to mutantkind, including an existential new enemy that rises out of the remains of ORCHIS. Prepare for a reckoning as this team handles explosive mutant-specific issues without restraint. Humanity can hate them all they want, as long as they fear them.
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Comic Book Legend Rob Liefeld to Release Memoir “Robservations” in Early 2025

Comic-Book-Legend-Rob-LiefeldComic book legend Rob Liefeld, known for his groundbreaking contributions to Marvel and the revolutionary formation of Image Comics, is set to unveil his highly anticipated memoir, “Robservations,” in early 2025 through BenBella Publishing. Offering a rare peek into his remarkable career, Liefeld’s memoir promises to provide readers with an intimate look at his journey from a pastor’s son in Orange County, CA, to becoming one of the most celebrated figures in the comic book industry.

From his beginnings as a teen sensation at DC Comics to becoming one of the industry’s most celebrated figures, Liefeld’s journey has been nothing short of legendary. In the early 90’s at Marvel Comics, he introduced the world to iconic characters such as Deadpool, Cable, and X-Force, catapulting sales to unprecedented heights with record-shattering single book sales of 5 million copies of X-Force #1.
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Griz Grobus Graphic Novel Trailer Revealed Ahead Of Highly Anticipated June Release

GRIZ-GROBUS-GRAPHIC-NOVELImage Comics has unveiled the video trailer—from animator extraordinaire Drew Shields—for the forthcoming paperback edition of Griz Grobus, by co-writer/artist Simon Roy (Prophet, Jan’s Atomic Heart and Other Stories) and co-writer Jess Pollard, with colors by Sergey Nazarov. This high fantasy, graphic novel Kickstarter sensation will be available in trade paperback format for the first time this June 2024 from Image Comics.

“Despite a career-long commitment to excellency in storytelling and an unbridled imagination, Simon remains one of comics’ hidden gems,” said Eric Stephenson, Publisher & Chief Creative Officer at Image Comics. “If you’re only familiar with the outstanding work he did on Prophet, you owe it to yourself to check this book out. Not only is Griz Grobus a perfect example of Simon Roy at his very best, it’s pure, unadulterated comics magic.”

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