SDCC 2012 Image Announce Even More Comics Than You Could Ever Believe

What have Image got to offer us? Y’know, on top of EVERYTHING ELSE they’ve been offering us this year? Here’s a look at the books announced tonight at their SDCC panel. I’ll throw some pictures at the bottom, but let’s just try and get a hang on just what’s being announced! They are announcing TONNES OF COMICS. I’ll re-update this with new pictures and info as soon as possible, folks.

So far we have:

Non-Humans - Whilce Portacio and Glen Brunswick

Nowhere Men – Eric Stephenson

Satellite Sam - Matt Fraction and Howard Chaykin.

A murder mystery set in the world of children’s television.

Pretty Deadly - KellySue DeConnick and Emma Rios

A spaghetti western in classic style

Multiple Warheads – Brandon Graham

Saviour - James Robinson and J. Bone

About an alien invasion of earth by shapeshifters, and a stoner’s attempts to stop them

Sex - Joe Casey and Piotr Kowalski

The Bounce – Joe Casey and David Messina

Lazarus – Greg Rucka and Michael Lark

Gritty sci-fi thriller set in a dystopian future

Reign – Chris Roberson and Paul Mayberry

Oliver – Darick Robertson and Gary Whitta

Point of Impact – Jay Faerber

Great Pacific – Joe Harris

Comments

  1. That’s… a LOT of stuff from some top-quality creators!

    Well-done, Image!

  2. Apollo9000 says:

    Nicely done, Image. Many of these look appealing.

  3. Holy cow. Exciting stuff here!

  4. Suzene says:

    Wow…!

  5. James says:

    Yeah, a few of those sound appealing. The one definate so far?

    “Lazarus – Greg Rucka and Michael Lark

    Gritty sci-fi thriller set in a dystopian future”

    :)

  6. At this point, unless something extraordinary happens tomorrow, Image just “won” SDCC with one panel.

  7. Jesse says:

    @DC Comics and Didio look at that, this is what “New” means. Not new like “new” Coke but new. Do you see how that works now?

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