Marvel Comics announced late yesterday that Avengers Vs. X-Men #0 had already sold out on the distributor level less than a day after release, adding that a second printing will be headed to stores in early May. But... is that actually good news? Accord
Brian K. Vaughan has come back to comics with a vengeance. With the conclusion of Y: The Last Man in 2008 and Ex Machina in 2010 -- and his departure from Lost after its fifth season in 2009, the highly successful creator dropped out of seemingly the entire public eye for a year. Vaughan return today with
Seemingly unafraid to throw themselves into the middle of a somewhat controversial topic with abandon, creators Jonathan Ross and Bryan Hitch have announced that the first issue of their upcoming Image Comics series America's Got Powers will feature "twice as much as Marvel for a dollar less," with thirty-eight pages of comics for just $2.99 when it arrives in stores next month.In a press release,
Wednesday might have been Image Comics' actual 20th birthday, but the publisher won't be throwing their party until later in the month, when the Image Expo kicks off at the Oakland Convention Center in downtown Oakland, California for a three-day celebration of the company, its comics, its creators and, according to official Expo PR, "independent creativity in comics" in general. With the full programming slate for the February 24-26 event announ
Image Comics has announced its own branded 3-day convention coming in February, describing it as "a three-day celebration of creator-owned comics." Scheduled to run from February 24-26 at the Oakland Convention Center in downtown Oakland, Ca., Image Expo als
Having honed their collaborative craft on crime comics like Criminal, Incognito and Sleeper, writer Ed Brubaker and artist Sean Phillips will reunite in 2012 for a new supernatural crime story, Fatale, at Image Comics. Fatale will reportedly draw from the duo's acclaime
PR and Marketing Coordinator Sarah deLaine chaired the Image Comics panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2011, which featured a rockstar roster of creators: Tim Seeley, creator of Hack/Slash and new writer of Witchblade for Top Cow, John Layman, writer of Chew, David Baxter, co-writer of Marksman, Nick Spencer, writer of Morning Glories and the upcoming Thief of Thieves, Scott Snyder, writer of American Vampire and Severed, and Ben McCool, writer of Memoir and Pigs. After congratulating Layman and Spencer for their multiple Eisner Award nominations this year, deLaine kicked off the panel with an overview of a bunch of Image's upcoming titles, including the surprise return of MacGyver to popular culture.