Digital: Bryan J. Glass, Tim Seeley and Hugo Petrus' adaptation of Raymond E. Feist's Magician Master #1 (of 5) has debuted exclusively on Marvel's digital app for iOS devices. This marks Marvel's firs
Image Comics sent this promo art out today, which they confirmed is not any kind of April Fools Day prank (simply timed to coincide with WonderCon). Is there a new Invincible in town?
Image Comics' Skybound imprint is about to get massively "Rob'ed." In an interview with USA Today, writer Robert Kirkman and Rob Liefeld announced their upcoming collaboration The Infinite, a sci-fi action title uniting a soldier from the future (Bowen) with his younger self (Bo) in the name of saving Earth from a world-ending threat.From USA Today:
"We both like tech gear, James Cameron, Star Trek and Star Wars, so it's a big sci-f
The Infinite Vacation is the creator owned series by Nick Spencer and Christian Ward, a story about a technology that allows people to jump into any conceivable life in as an alternate reality version of themselves told through the eyes of a guy whose "just okay" life has led to him obsessively using the service to find a better one.
Spencer's a writer who's exploded into t
Saturday's Image Comics Show at New York Comic Con provided fans with some updates on upcoming projects from the publisher, plus a couple of exclusive announcements about new books, including a new book from rising star Nick Spencer called "The Infinite Vacation," a five-issue miniseries from Spencer and artist Christian Ward scheduled to begin in January 2011. Check out the video trailer after the jump, along with announcement
I make no claims of being an expert on all matters both dungeon and dragon related, but I will proudly admit to having rolled a 20-sided die or two in my time. And one thing that's been fairly consistent across all the fantasy role-playing games I've experienced in my life is certain amount of disconnect between the players and the setting. Beca
Okay, okay, I know that late September is a little early to be talking about Christmas, but when the announcement of Image's three-issue "Santa Claus vs. The Martians" bycame across my desk this week along with an opportunity to interview Santa Claus himself, I had to jump at the chance. Seriously, once November rolls around, that guy
Today, Image Comics became the latest publisher to launch their own branded iPad app, which, much like the Marvel, DC, Boom! Studios and Scott Pilgrim apps, is powered by comiXology. There have been Image books available through comiXology before, including must-have titles like "Chew" and huge runs of both "Invincible" and