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Best Covers Ever (This Year): Image Comics 2016 Edition
The end of the year is a time of reflection in many ways, and that often means thinking about and assessing what the very best releases in any particular medium were. As we prepare to cross the threshold into 2017, we've been collecting some of the best covers of the year by publisher for your perusal, and today we're looking at fifty of the best comic book covers released from Image Comics in 2016.
Interview: Davis and Delecki Get Pixel-Perfect with 'Axcend'
Next month sees the launch of a new series over at Image from the husband-and-wife team of Shane Davis and Michelle Delecki, along with colorist Morry Hollowell. Axcend is the story of a group of eager gamers who, after signing up to beta-test a new game, find that the powers of their characters in-game starts reflecting their powers in the real world. The stronger their game, the stronger they become themselves. The series marks Davis' move to creator-owned comics, where he'll be both writing and drawing the series. After years working as an artist over at DC, where he created a number of well-known characters (including beloved vom-spewing hate-moggy Dex-Starr), Axcend sees him take video games to a whole new, ahem, level. ComicsAlliance spoke to Davis and Delecki about the move to creator-owned, and what to expect from the series.
Image Unveils Projects from Ellis, Aaron, Simone, Rucka & More
Image Comics held its now traditional pre-San Diego one-day show on Thursday at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, and unveiled an impressive roster of new titles for the coming year that includes new work by familiar names such as Warren Ellis, Jason Aaron and Gail Simone; plus an encouraging number of relative newcomers and unknowns. Check out our rundown of all the news and announcements.
'Shadow Walk' Preview
Arriving in stores this November from Legendary Comics is Shadow Walk, an original graphic novel from Mark Waid, Legendary founder Thomas Tull, World War Z author Max Brooks and artist Shane Davis. Written by Waid and illustrated by Davis, the premise of the story comes from the well-known passage in the 23rd Psalm from the Bible: "Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death
Legendary Comics Introduces New Projects And Creators [SDCC]
Legendary Comics used Wednesday's Preview Night to give a taste of their upcoming offerings, with projects from Max Brooks, Mark Waid, Matt Wagner, Simon Bisley and Shane Davis. The press-only event, introduced by nerd personality Chris Hardwick (whose Nerdist Industries was recently acquired by Legendary) and Legendary Editor-In-Chief Bob Schreck teased two new properties from a line-up of notab
New ‘Superman: Earth One’ Vol. 2 Preview Packs Parasitism and Murder Aplenty
Celebrating its Superman Facebook page's 2,043,695 and counting "likes," DC Comics has released two new preview pages from Superman: Earth One Vol. 2 by J. Michael Straczynski and Shane Davis. Due out October 31, the OGN will explore a darker side to the young Superman, as demonstrated by a cover featuring the Man of Steel floating solemnly over a pile of burning human skulls... Read Mor
DC Reveals New Pages From ‘Superman: Earth One’ Volume Two, Coming Later This Year
Just hours after announcing its plans to finally publish Batman: Earth One this year, DC has unveiled two new pages from J. Michael Straczynski and Shane Davis' second volume of Superman: Earth One. Set for an unspecified 2012 release, Superman: Earth One - Volume Two will pick up more or less where the first graphic novel left off, with Superman working to figure out how best to help humanity wit
DC Comics’ Superman: All Access Panel [NYCC 2011]
Artist Shane Davis (Superman: Earth One), editor Matt Idelson, writer Mike Green (Supergirl), artist Mahmud Asrar (Supergirl) and writer/artist Dan Jurgens (Superman) took to the stage at New York Comic Con to tell fans what they can expect from DC Comics' line of Superman titles...
‘Superman: Earth One': Different Clothes, Same Hero [Review]
Superman: Earth One, the new graphic novel written by J. Michael Straczynski and drawn by Shane Davis, reboots the classic tale of the hero from Krypton, beginning with his arrival in Metropolis as a fashionably dressed 20-year-old and the choice he must make between living a life as a talented, ordinary man or becoming a hero...

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