View Poll Results: Week 25: which was your favourite Image comic?

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  • Assassin Nation #4 (of 5)

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  • Curse Words #22

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  • Excellence #2

    1 33.33%
  • Fairlady #3

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  • Farmhand #9

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  • Gideon Falls #14

    2 66.67%
  • Hit-Girl Season Two: #5

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  • Little Bird #4 (of 5)

    0 0%
  • Monstress #23

    0 0%
  • Outpost Zero #10

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  • Port of Earth #11

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  • Rat Queens #16

    0 0%
  • Rumble #13

    0 0%
  • Skyward #14

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  • Other: Middlewest #8, The Warning #8

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  1. #91
    Benefactor / Malefactor H-E-D's Avatar
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    I admit, the only comic from Image I read regularly is the Wicked + the Divine. Obviously that'll be changing soon... There's plenty from them I've yet to try that seem worthwhile, though, I just haven't gotten to them yet.

  2. #92

    Default 2019 Image Comics poll week 22 - Just three issues this week.

    Week 21? I never heard of her!

    This week is very notable for having... possibly the least Image releases since at least 2015? Might be forgetting a moment somewhere, but hey. Here's the 3 issues releasing this week: Ascender introduces a troll militia and uses of ancient robot tech, Black Science is gearing up towards a finale three issues from now, and Spawn continues to look at both the history and the future of the character as they inch towards issue 300.

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    Covers to Ascender #2, Black Science #40, and Spawn #297.

  3. #93
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    I got one Marvel comic, one DC, one Dynamite comic, one After Shock, and one from IDW.
    No Image. And preordering only one, Criminal, for all of August... wha's happen'!?
    Age/Bronze, Age/Reptiles, Alex&Ada, Anne Bonnie, Astro City, Bone, Briggs Land, Cerebus, Criminal, Courtney Crumrin, Eleanor & the Egret, Fables, Fatale, Fell, Grass Kings, Green Valley, Goon, Gotham Midnight, Groo, Hellboy, Hillbilly, Incognegro, Jack Staff, JL8, Jonah Hex, Kane, Lazarus, Little Nemo, Lone Wolf, Next Wave, Popeye, Powers, Princess Ugg, Resident Alien, SiP, Squirrel Girl, Stray Bullets, 10G, Thief of Thieves, Tuki, Usagi, Velvet

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    Criminal v2 issue #5.

  5. #95
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    Picked up the first collected volume of Die.
    Continuity, even in a "shared" comics universe is often insignificant if not largely detrimental to the quality of a comic.

    Die - Paper Girls - Runaways - The Wild Storm

    Nobody cares about what you don't like, they barely care about what you do like.

  6. #96

    Default 2019 Image Comics poll week #23 - two Thumbs up

    All right this week had a lot more releases than last one. Yet somehow last week's paltry 3 releases still produced a tied poll. Congrats go out to Black Science #40 and Ascender #2!

    Here's the notable issues: Eclipse delivers its final issue this week, concluding the series with a final standoff. Man-Eaters starts a new storyline this week, with a new artist on board too (Elise McCall). Next up, Paper Girls has its penultimate issue before next month's finale, Section Zero reaches the half-way point, and Stray Bullets is back!

    New series Thumbs also launched on Wednesday, this one's by the same team who did The Few. The premise is basically: a tech business CEO like Mark Zuckerberg/Elon Musk/Steve Jobs/Tom From MySpace has trained a bunch of quasi-anarchist teens through an app and is now mobilising them to rebel against the government. The pitch for this is "Blade Runner meets The Social Network", and it's scheduled to run for five issues.
    I'll be honest, that sounds like an awful idea on paper to me. I realise it's not cool to judge a book by its cover, so I could be very wrong here, but the premise doesn't sound very enticing to me. Yes, social media platforms are definitely a big part in revolutions nowadays, but I don't love the implication that people who use apps are uniformly vulnerable to be brainwashed by violent propaganda. Maybe I should read this and see how they handle it instead of playing armchair critic though.

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    Thumbs #1.

  7. #97

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    Criminal was the stand-out for me this week. Brubaker and Phillips are just too good!! Also read Man-Eaters, The Walking Dead and Paper Girls.
    Gideon Falls, Immortal Hulk, The Wicked + The Divine, Die, Batman, Paper Girls, Saga, The Walking Dead, Black Hammer, Man-Eaters, Outcast, Daredevil, Amazing Spider-Man, The Empty Man, She Could Fly, B.P.R.D., Ice Cream Man, Hex Wives, Sparrowhawk, Oblivion Song, Redlands, Umbrella Academy, Monstress, The Seeds, Little Bird

  8. #98
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    In May, I wrote, Good thing Stray Bullets wasn't on this week's list: Criminal'd give it a run for the money.
    Here in June...Criminal. For deeper characterization, more relatable characters; Bullets is still in many ways the scariest comic going, and certainly artistically on par, and in dialogue and story-telling, likewise, but Bullets' characters, in the main, while well-developed, and consistent across decades of issues, are not as 'deeply delved' as Criminal's, and so, my vote, harsh call as it is, went this week to Criminal.
    Age/Bronze, Age/Reptiles, Alex&Ada, Anne Bonnie, Astro City, Bone, Briggs Land, Cerebus, Criminal, Courtney Crumrin, Eleanor & the Egret, Fables, Fatale, Fell, Grass Kings, Green Valley, Goon, Gotham Midnight, Groo, Hellboy, Hillbilly, Incognegro, Jack Staff, JL8, Jonah Hex, Kane, Lazarus, Little Nemo, Lone Wolf, Next Wave, Popeye, Powers, Princess Ugg, Resident Alien, SiP, Squirrel Girl, Stray Bullets, 10G, Thief of Thieves, Tuki, Usagi, Velvet

  9. #99

    Default 2019 Image Comics poll week #25 - Classic reprints week

    Wednesday's here, comics might be too!

    This week's highlights include two classic series being reprinted into paperback formats. Heavy Liquid #1-5 see a collected volume of the Paul Pope sci-fi heavyweight title, while Ronald Wimberly's new-wave/disco take on Shakespeare's most famous work also gets reprinted in a new Prince of Cats volume.
    Other notable releases include the penultimate issues of Assassin Nation and Little Bird, and the new Hit-Girl issue set in Hong Kong.

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    Covers to Monstress #23, Port of Earth #11, and Rumble #13.

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