Category: Image

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Generation Gone #1 Review

Generation Gone #1 Review

Generation Gone’s first issue feels written specifically for me starting immediately with the cover as it depicts a starry night and word balloons with dialogue that grabs your curiosity and dares you to flip the comic open to the next page like well-placed bread crumbs. It’s a gutsy move to use your front cover to...

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Advanced Preview Review: REDNECK #2

Advanced Preview Review: REDNECK #2

REDNECK #1 was one of the most exciting first issues to hit the racks in April. Donny Cates was able to get me excited about a vampire book, which is something I never thought I would say.

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Review: A.D. After Death

Review: A.D. After Death

Comics do not always need seven panels on every page and a super powered hero to save the day. Fantastic tales of invincible men with super strength can be exciting, but it's the stories about average men who do not always make the best decisions that can teach the greatest of lessons.

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Advanced Preview Review: God Country #5

Advanced Preview Review: God Country #5

Let me start by thanking Donny Cates for the opportunity he has provided Comic Black Book. The chance of getting an advanced copy of God Country #5, in addition to a couple of his other works such as REDNECK #2 and his upcoming title Babyteeth #1, is incredible and huge for us!

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Review: REGRESSION #1

Review: REGRESSION #1

Cullen Bunn may have had X-Men Blue hit the racks this week, but it's his new ongoing title from Image Comics, REGRESSION that blew me away...

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Image Comics – Eisner Nominee Sale

Image Comics – Eisner Nominee Sale

With 20 Eisner Nominations under their belt for 2017. Image Comics has put together one incredible sale on digital singles and trade collections. Full details of what's included in the sale are below...

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Review: Black Cloud #1

Review: Black Cloud #1

Black Cloud is a book that forces its reader to trust it. Writers Jason Latour and Ivan Brandon do a fantastic job of creating a mysterious world that, although undoubtedly interesting, can also make a reader feel lost...

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