While we don’t often review books from Image Comics on here, 24 Panels is more than just your average anthology. Complied by Wicked and Divine creator Kieron Gillen, Steve Thompson and Rhona Martin, with proceeds going to survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire (especially those with PTSD), it features an all star roster of creators […]
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Image Comics to release new anthology 24 Panels in honour of Grenfell Towers, features work from Alan Moore, Kieron Gillen and a host of UK Small Press creators
Although we don’t usually cover Image Comics books here on the site, we are making an exception for their new anthology 24 Panels. Not only is it for a fantastic cause, as it is intended to to honour those who were affected by last year’s Grenfell Tower tragedy here in the UK. But it also […]
Although we love our indie and small press comics here at Pipedream Comics, every now and again we like to dip our toe back in to the mainstream – although not too far – and so this week we take a look at a couple of books from Image that have been rocking our world […]
“It’s an American road trip story like Kerouac, Ginnsberg or Easy Rider” Ryan O’Sullivan talks Void Trip and going from the indies to Image
Ryan O’Sullivan and Plaid Klaus’ Turncoat fired it’s way onto our Top 10 Indie Comics Of The Year for 2016 with it’s hilarious tale of a super villain hitman. So when we discovered Ryan and Plaid were uniting again for a new book at Image, then we knew we were in for another twisted treat! We […]
In her latest column Charlie Says: Body image in comic books seems only reserved for the incredibly skinny or muscular, and not usually indicative of the numerous body shapes and sizes that our society actually possesses (even when a comic book is supposed to be “realistic” and “grounded in real life”)
“This was our first book without limitations, our first REAL comic” Dan Watters and Casper Wijingaard on the weird world of Limbo
Amnesiac detectives, music-chanelling mediums and seductive nightclub singers make up the citizens of Dedande City the neon-soaked setting for Dan Watters and Casper Wijingaard’s supernatural sleuth series Limbo. Keen to do our own private investigations into this 80s infused pulp noir we have a meet-up with Watters and Wjingaard to find out more about this surreal new series […]
Huck #1 is the latest project from writing mega star Mark Millar which tells the story of a plain clothes superhero who looks after his small hometown in exchange for them keeping his secret. With American Vampire’s Raphael Albuquerque on art, will this be a title which cleans up the shelves, or is it simply […]
“I wanted to do a superhero thing as if superhero things had never existed” Mark Millar talks Huck, good deeds and digital comics
Comics super-scribe Mark Millar has a new series out this week – Huck – which features art from the amazing Rafael Alberquerque and tells the story of a secret small town hero who tries to keep his powers to himself but does good deeds for the people in his hometown. It’s got a delightfully retro […]
The superstar team of writer Greg Rucka and artist Nicola Scott have created a bewitching mix of crime and the supernatural in Black Magick #1, the world’s first witch-based crime procedural. But will this title be a spellbinding success or will it end up brushed aside with it’s own broom?
Saga scribe Brian K. Vaughan and Wonder Woman artist Cliff Chiang deliver a tale of believable pre-teen girls getting pulled off their beaten rounds into unbelievable shenanigans in this ’80s inspired, double-sized debut issue of Paper Girls #1 for Image Comics.