Check out the bevy of new titles announced by Image at SDCC.
Here's a rundown of some of the new titles announced at SDCC that are being released by Image Comics in the coming months.
- Whilce Portacio's Non-Humans
- Eric Stephenson's Nowhere Men. The book looks at a world where scientists were treated like rockstars.
- Sex by Joe Casey and Piotr Kowalski. The book would address sexuality in comics, but that it was not what people expect.
- Bounce by Joe Casey and David Messina. Casey promised that the series would be even more trippy than Godland.
- Oliver by Gary Whitta and Darick Robertson. It's a sci-fi adaptation of Oliver Twist.
- Pretty Deadly by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios. The series is about a Western assassin and will be trying to "resurrect the spirit of Sergio Leonne".
- Rain by Chris Roberson and Paul Mayberry. The book is a fantasy series originally conceptualized as a novel.
- Saviors by James Robinson and J. Bone. It's a horror series about aliens.
- Samurai Sam by Howard Chaykin and Matt Fraction. It involves a murder mystery with a children's television host found dead in a compromising situation.
- Lazarus by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark. It's a hard sci-fi comic and Rucka describes it as Godfather mixed with Children of Men.
- Point of Impact by Jay Faerber.
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