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James Stokoe, Ron Wimberly And More Illustrate ‘Prophet’ #39 [Preview]

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Prophet's success can be measured not just in awards and critical acclaim, but in the way other creators have praised it. No matter who your favorite writer or artist is, there's a good chance that Prophet, Image's sci-fi series written by Brandon Graham and illustrated by the team of Simon Roy, Giannis Milonogiannis, Farel Dalrymple and Graham, ranks among her or his favorite current titles. So it's no surprise that Prophet #39 features artistic contributions from the likes of James Stokoe, Ron Wimberly, Helen Maier and more.

Image Comics has provided ComicsAlliance with a six page preview of Prophet #39,as well as a teaser image highlighting the group of artists who contributed to the issue, and you can check them all out below.

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A Race For Power And A Mysterious New Foe In ‘Prophet’ #38 [Preview]

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Prophet, Image Comics' multiple Eisner award nominated science-fiction epic from writer Brandon Graham and a revolving group of talented artists, continues this week with issue #38. With art from series regulars Simon Roy and Giannis Milonogiannis, and a cover from ComicsAlliance favorite Jim Rugg, this issue features the Prophets preparing for a battle against a mysterious new foe.

Image Comics has provided ComicsAlliance with a six page preview of Prophet #38, and you can check it out after the cut.

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New Father Prophet Deals With Assassins and Ancient Creatures in ‘Prophet’ #34 [Preview]

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In stores next Wednesday is Prophet #34, the latest issue of writer Brandon Graham's celebrated revival of the series from Rob Liefeld's Extreme Studios. Graham is once again joined by artist Simon Roy on this issue, which continues the story of New Father Prophet. Having made his return t

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New Father Prophet Returns to Earth in Prophet #33 [Preview]

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One of the most highly acclaimed comics of 2012, Image's revival of Prophet has come at a seemingly perfect time. Between books like Saga, Spaceman, and upcoming series such as Collider and Trillium, sci-fi comics

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Feral Man is the Most Dangerous Game in Simon Roy’s ‘Prophet’ #32 [Preview]

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Named this week as one of ComicsAlliance's picks for best comics of the year, Prophet opens 2013 with a new story written and drawn by Simon Roy, the artist who with Brandon Graham relaunched the series to massive acclaim in 2012. Roy's done-in-one issue goes on sale next week and introduces John Ka, an Earth Empire scout who awakens on a world where feral humans are hunted fo

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‘Prophet’: The Barbarian Space Opera You Should Already Be Reading

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One of my favorite genres in comics is the space opera. There have obviously been great space operas in television, books, and movies, but to me there's something about the medium of comic books that makes it especially effective for the genre, particularly when in the hands of Europeans, or at least European-style artists. Moebius, Enki Bi

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Prophet Eats Undigested Space Worm Food, Has Scaly Alien Sex In Issue #27 [Preview]

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On sale next week from Image Comics is Prophet #27, continuing the critically acclaimed science fiction saga written by Brandon Graham (King City) and based loosely on the popular 1990s character created by Rob Liefeld. Artist Giannis Milonogiannis (Old City Blues) retu

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4 Elements: Emma Rios’s Excellent ‘Prophet’ Backup ‘COIL’ [Complete Five-Page Story]

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Two tales, more than any others, left me really, really excited to be a reader of comics in the past month or so. One was Al Ewing and Brendan McCarthy's Zaucer of Zilk, a delightful day-glo plane crash into the deepest, glam-est jungles of optimism. The oth

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Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – June 27, 2012: Toss Them Up and Let Them Hit You on the Head

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Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week.

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Brandon Graham Writes and Draws ‘Prophet’ #26 [Preview]

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This Image Comics series based on the character created by Rob Liefeld has been an embarrassment of riches when it comes to illustrators. So far Prophet has seen the talents of Simon Roy (Jan's Atomic Heart), Farel Dalrymple (Omega the Unknown) and Giannis Milonogiannis (Old City Blues) -- all distinctive artists, but with styles that share enough of that European science fiction DNA that series writer Brandon Graham was able to curate into one of the best reviewed new series of the year. On sale next Wednesday, Prophet #26 sees Graham finally take his tur

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