Farmhand #7 finally started giving us some of the answers we've been asking for, only to raise more questions along the way.
Tag - Image Comics
The Fall of 1886 was the darkest in the town's history. In Gideon Falls #12 it's time to explore that dark chapter and relive the terrors of the Black Barn.
Once again the Rat Queens are taking side jobs of strange proportions in Rat Queens Special: Swamp Romp.
Fairlady #1 is the perfect introduction to this post-war world. Things aren’t perfect here, but Jenner Faulds is doing the best she can.
After months in captivity, Stel Caine must choose between the salvation of Salus and her own newfound happiness. With rebirth comes a fresh perspective.
Image Comics is pleased to announce that New York Times bestselling creator Kieron Gillen and artist Stephanie Hans’ Die #5 will be rushed back to print in...
Everything you think you know is a lie. Aliens exist, monsters are real. So who does the world turn to when a giant "Bug-Boy" starts trouble? Section Zero.
The McKay family is finally reunited at the cost of the very Eververse itself. Can Grant and the Anarchists League of Scientists repair what's been broken?
Farmhand #6 brings in a new plot arc, and a whole mess of trouble. They’re officially at a point where they just can’t pretend that it’ll all be okay.
As Hal becomes more and more desperate to retrieve his "stolen" artwork, he forces Jacob to revisit an old acquaintance from his past.
Sooner or later, we all become what we hate. Unfortunately for Abel in Middlewest #5, this means turning into a giant smoke-monster.
Blackbird #6 brings about the conclusion of the first full plot arc, and Nina finally learns the truth about who and what she is.
Agatha and Norgal remain separated as the secrets of Venoriah are revealed.
The saga begins in DIE #4! Our heroes arrive in Glass Town, seeking the path to 20, Sol's kingdom. Ash decides it's time to make Sol come to them.
Missing nukes, double crosses, and a whole new meaning to the term 'friendly fire'. When you can't trust your own reflection, who can you trust?
Oliver #2 has readers asking "please, sir - I want some more."