All posts tagged "Image Comics"

  • Review: “LOW” #2

    “LOW” #2 picks up 10 years after the events of issue one. Salus has descended into the depths of squalor and depravity. Stel somehow escaped the...

  • Review: “Wayward” #1

    An enjoyable coming-of-age tale, “Wayward” #1 delivers an enchanting adventure about two plucky teenage girls whose idea of fun is killing all kinds of monsters. This...

  • Review: “Black Science” #8

    After Kadir’s heroic but ultimately disastrous rescue attempt last issue our heroes have been divided into two separate yet equally important groups in “Black Science”...

  • 5 Skull Review: “The Fade Out” #1

    The Brubaker/Phillips train just keep right on rolling with issue #1 of “The Fade Out” – a 40’s era film industry noir that epitomizes and...

  • Review: “The Wicked + The Divine” #3

    Gillen and McKelvie are both incredibly talented, I have nothing but the utmost respect for both of them and their work but I sincerely cannot...

  • Review: “Ghosted” #12

    With each new arc of “Ghosted” Joshua Williamson aims to undo everything you know about a particular brand of horror. This month is no different...

  • Review: “Starlight” #5

    Space legend Captain Duke McQueen has yet to complete his final space mission. Will he succeed or will The Kingfisher destroy his adopted home world?...

  • Review: “Shutter” #5

    With “Shutter” #5 mysteries are unraveling and the greater workings of the plot become unshrouded. Bookending flashbacks give us a smidge more insight into Kate’s...

  • 5 Skull Review: “Zero” #10

    At the moment, the releases of “Zero” are my most anticipated of the series which I’m reading. I’m forced to sit back and reflect after...

  • Review: ‘Nailbiter’ #4

    ‘Nailbiter’ #4 carves up a superb and intriguing issue this month. Each new reveal raises countless questions in a satisfying and alluring fashion. Combining that with...

  • Review: ‘Spread’ #2

    The veil of mystery is lifted in ‘Spread’ #2, even if just slightly. WRITTEN BY: Justin Jordan ART BY: Kyle Strahm PUBLISHER: Image Comics PRICE:...

  • Review ‘Alex + Ada’ #8

    The pace continues to quicken in this issue of “Alex + Ada” and a number of genre-defining philosophical issues are addressed: Are the sentient androids...

  • 5 Skull Review: ‘Fatale’ #24

    The greatest horror-noir of all time comes to a close with “Fatale” #24.  Brubaker and Phillips deliver a melancholy resolution for Josephine while building upon...

  • Review: ‘LOW’ #1

    “Low” # 1 is a blueprint for an astonishing series. A flowing sci-fi fantasy future is promised in its pages and I’d encourage everyone to dive...

  • Review: “Drumhellar” #7

    “Drumhellar” # 7 brings us a relatively subdued and to be honest, a bit dull issue this month. Now with this being the out there,...

  • 5 Skull Review: “Black Science” #7

    “Black Science” has had Grant McKay running the show up until now. His tragic death last issue means someone’s gotta step up, take command and...

  • 5 Skull Review: ‘Saga’ #21

    For several issues now Marko and Alana have been safe from the many different factions that have been hunting them.  As things quiet down the...

  • Ray Fawkes INTERSECTS Twin Peaks with Cronenberg! #SDCC

    Ray Fawkes has been a staple of the DC line for a few years now. He was shepherded in by Jeff Lemire but has shown...

  • Becky Cloonan & Andy Belanger Bring The Shining to Space with SOUTHERN CROSS #SDCC

    Today marked the Image Expo before San Diego Comic Con, and there they announced a slew of new books, but none of them proved more...

  • Review: “Undertow” #6

    Such is the end of an incredible journey. “Undertow” # 6 serves as a beautiful conclusion that is grounded in character and offers a revealing...

  • Review: “Zero” # 9

    I was terrified to write this review. Flipping through issues #1-9 of “Zero”, I could feel the personal connection behind the story that Ales Kot...

  • Review: “Revival” # 22

    “Revival” #22 keeps the action and plot twists building as the story sticks to its new setting. The whodunit mystery continues to unravel as regulars become...

  • Review: “Trees” #3

    Instead of a worldwide mystery to unravel, “Trees” #3 follows Eligia as she pursues the enigmatic Professor Bongiorno with a brief cutaway to the young...

  • Must Buy Comics on 07/23/14

    Every week we cover what we hope to be the best comics of the week on Wednesday, but for a lot of you that’s far...