just curious what Image comics you guys read. I wasn't much into them but I'm enjoying OUTCAST, Birthright, and that's it. You guys? Outcast is pretty good. Good art. Slow pace but good characters and good storytelling.
Image has been consistent as clockwork with the quality of their books.
Saga (I relate to this book more than anything on the shelves, ever.)
Deadly Class (Gonzo comics~!~)
East Of West
Trees (Crazy slept on title, Warren Ellis I felt for a long time got too much praise. He's definitely winning me over with this. I wish he never stopped writing Moon Knight.)
Walking Dead (I thought this book was going full on cookie cutter last year. Love where Kirkman's going with it.)
Outcast (Again Kirkman is on fire with this one. This is a classic tale we're seeing unfold. People will look back at this book for a long time in awe. It's cinematic, and better than any Horror movie you could watch nowadays.)
Stray Bullets (I don't like how potheads are portrayed in this book most of the time. But great stories, definitely rivals Walking Dead for best black n white book.)
Rat Queens (I avoided this book for at least a few months after the buzz hit. I caved eventually, so glad I did. My favorite gals in comics.)
Nailbiter (I love the world Williamson is building here. I eat up every detail of this beauty.)
Birthright (Williamson has the potential to be the best in the biz. I'm not saying he isn't mind you. He has a great sense of scope.)
All time favorite though.
I hope I meet Brubaker one day so I can thank him for this one. I was sad to see this book end. Looking forward to re-reading it when I get time.
@sog7dc: I loooooooved LA Noire and I'm still super sad that Whore of the Orient will never happen.
Are you reading The Fade Out?
What...? I didn't know it was cancelled :'( All my most anticipated games are being cancelled (Star wars 1313, now Whore of the Orient)
No, the only Image book I'm reading is Saga.
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