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Review: Winnebago Graveyard #1

Review: Winnebago Graveyard #1

June 15th, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

Pagan rituals, late night slaughters and journeys through the wilderness for unsuspecting holiday makers; this is the meat of Image...

Where Does Watchmen Fit Into The Rebirth DC Universe?

Where Does Watchmen Fit Into The Rebirth DC Universe?

March 12th, 2017 | by Kyle King

These are exciting times to be a DC Comics fan. The...

Review: Descender Vol 1
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Review: Descender Vol 1

August 23rd, 2016 | by Anthony Angiolillo

In Early March of 2015, Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen teamed up with Image Comics to bring readers to the world of Descender. Descender is a Sci-Fi comic that follows the story of an android named, TIM-21. Here, our Anthony Angiolillo looks back at the...

Review: Cry Havoc #6
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Review: Cry Havoc #6

June 26th, 2016 | by Darryll Robson

After coming to Image Comics' Cry Havoc party a little late our Contributor, Darryll Robson, takes a look at the final issue in the initial story arc. Simon Spurrier gathers a host of artists to tell the final part of...

Cry Havoc: Mythology Explored

Cry Havoc: Mythology Explored

June 13th, 2016 | by Darryll Robson

The first arc of Cry Havoc from Image Comics comes to an end this month and our contributor, Darryll Robson, takes a look at the previous 5 issues in preparation. With Cry Havoc Simon Spurrier and a handful of artists have produced a supernatural horror comic steeped...

Review: Power Lines #2
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Review: Power Lines #2

May 6th, 2016 | by Sammy Rendon

The racially charged, super hero drama Power Lines,...

Review: Grizzly Shark
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Review: Grizzly Shark

April 6th, 2016 | by Darryll Robson

Image Comics is the new home for Grizzly Shark by Ryan Ottley. ComiConverse contributor, Darryll Robson, reviews the comic. Warning: this review contains spoilers. Sometimes a comic comes along that is difficult to review because it is so wildly eccentric. However, even the most...

Review: Power Lines Issue #1
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Review: Power Lines Issue #1

April 5th, 2016 | by Sammy Rendon

Power Lines is the most recent comic book by the extraordinary author Jimmie Robinson, who is most famous for his Bomb Queen series. ComiConverse Contributor, Sammy Rendon has the full review. Synopsis: Power Lines is one of the few books out right now with social...

We ComiConverse With Sean Lewis
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We ComiConverse With Sean Lewis

January 3rd, 2016 | by Gabe Golden

Saints author and...

Women In Comics: Female Characters We Can Relate To

Women In Comics: Female Characters We Can Relate To

October 15th, 2015 | by Christina Clawson

Our Christina Clawson is charting progress in area of building modern and relatable female characters. Here, she takes a look at three of the most intriguing...

Review: Tokyo Ghost #1

Review: Tokyo Ghost #1

September 25th, 2015 | by Cody Tromler

Tokyo Ghost is a smash hit for Image Comics and our Cody Tromler is here to break downy the reasons why. Tokyo Ghost examines one bleak conclusion of our increasingly tech obsessed lifestyles. Taking its lead from other dystopian classics, Tokyo Ghost combines the policing...

Review: 8House #3
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Review: 8House #3

September 6th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

8House #3 by Image Comics is a fascinating read and our Magen Cubed is here with an equally fascinating review. As a visual medium, comic books have a unique potential for innovative storytelling. This gives writers and artists freedom to play with narrative in interesting,...

Fatale: A Slow On The Draw Review
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Fatale: A Slow On The Draw Review

August 23rd, 2015 | by Rob Ayers

Have any of you heard of these two guys Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips, and this thing they do called Fatale?...

Image Comics And The Female Experience

Image Comics And The Female Experience

August 6th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Image Comics is home to some of the most compelling female-centred content in comics and our Magen Cubed is here to take a deep dive into their latest offerings. There has been a great deal of discussion in the last few years about the role...

How Starve Explores America’s Relationship with Food

How Starve Explores America’s Relationship with Food

July 31st, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Starve from Image Comics is a sharp character drama that examines America's increasingly bizarre relationship with food. The creative team, consisting of writer Brian Wood, artist Danijel Zezelj, and colorist Dave Stewart, do so by lampooning the melodrama of competition cooking shows. Taken on face-value,...

Wolf #1: The Spirit of Film Noir

Wolf #1: The Spirit of Film Noir

July 24th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Wolf #1 from Image Comics promises a city full of monsters and the pulpy swagger of crime noir. The creative team, consisting of writer Ales Kot, artist Matt Taylor, and colorist Lee Loughridge, deliver on that promise with bravado. Theirs is an otherworldly Los Angeles...

Review: Shutter #13

Review: Shutter #13

July 11th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Shutter #13 from Image Comics is a book about a lot of things. Despite its fantastical settings, off-kilter storybook cast, and the distinctive theatricality of Kristopher clan drama, this...

8House: Arclight #1 – A Softer Kind of Fantasy
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8House: Arclight #1 – A Softer Kind of Fantasy

July 3rd, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Images Comics' 8House: Arclight #1 by writer Brandon Graham and artist Marian Churchland presents a different kind of fantasy story. In a pop culture landscape currently dominated by the harrowing violence, political intrigue, and hard edges of worlds like G.R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones, 8House...

Empty Zone #1: Death and Cyberpunk

Empty Zone #1: Death and Cyberpunk

June 20th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Empty Zone #1 from creator Jason Shawn Alexander and Image Comics trades on a very specific kind of sci-fi nostalgia. Steeped in allusions to notable classics like Tank Girl, Blade Runner, and William...

Starve #1: A Culinary Battle Royale

Starve #1: A Culinary Battle Royale

June 15th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Image Comics' Starve #1 from writer Brian Wood, artist Daniel Zezelj, and colorist David Stewart has a bone to pick with the modern state of cooking shows. In a world of increasingly hyperbolic culinary tournaments, the simple act of teaching others to cook has morphed...

Review: Chrononauts #1

Review: Chrononauts #1

June 15th, 2015 | by Nicholas Bennett

Written by Mark Millar, Chrononauts is his latest attempt to take a well-trod story and tell it in a more mature and realistic style. If Mark Millar's comics has shown us anything, it's that he has an uncanny way of making new music out of...

Airboy #1: Sex, Drugs and Comic Books

Airboy #1: Sex, Drugs and Comic Books

June 11th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Image Comics' Airboy #1 from James Robinson and Greg Hinkle is a sharp, cynical, and uncompromisingly funny look at the comic book industry. In an age of reboots and reimaginings, as nearly-forgotten properties like Marvelman (now published as Miracleman due to legal issues) and Flash...

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