What's the best Image has to offer?

#1 Posted by Brad387 (78 posts) - - Show Bio

So far, as still a relative newbie to comics, Image has delivered my two favourite series: Robert Kirkman's Invincible and Jimmie Robinson's Five Weapons. I've also enjoyed reading the other superheroes within the Invincible universe, such as The Astounding Wolf-Man and Tech Jacket. Besides Savage Dragon, which I intend to move onto later as there are simply so many issues, what else should I be reading? What's some of the best Image has to offer? If there are any series similar to the ones I have listed, then please do tell also.

#2 Edited by mogo1 (193 posts) - - Show Bio

All I read from them is Invincible and Walking dead. I collect all tpb invincibles and I read all the walking dead up to current tv show arc

Invincible Still Standing is still one of my favorite collections

#3 Posted by roaris87 (332 posts) - - Show Bio

Manifest Destiny is really good, it's an alternate telling of the Lewis and Clark expedition, full of monsters and strange creatures. I've been really enjoying it

#4 Posted by nobodyisemo (419 posts) - - Show Bio


#5 Posted by Smoking_Gun (149 posts) - - Show Bio

You may enjoy Sidekick, a story of how a super hero sidekick has to deal with the death of his partner. I have really been enjoying Birthright, a bit more sci-fi than you have otherwise listed but a great story none the less. C.O.W.L. is currently one of my favorite series, it is about the first superhero union set in 1960's Chicago. Image has a bunch of books that are like cop shows, though usually with a bit of a twist, such as The Fuse and Copperhead. I have both on my pull list. I have several more books from Image on my pull list, but these are the ones that I think you would be most interested in based upon the books you are already reading from them.

#6 Edited by Smoking_Gun (149 posts) - - Show Bio

I almost forgot about Saga. Don't know how, but almost did it. Saga is a series that seems to enthrall just about every reader, regardless of the genre they usually read.

#7 Posted by Dr_Cheesesteak (211 posts) - - Show Bio

@roaris87 said:

Manifest Destiny is really good, it's an alternate telling of the Lewis and Clark expedition, full of monsters and strange creatures. I've been really enjoying it

qft, Manifest Destiny is one of my favorite titles.

Not sure how often Image threads are checked, but I'll give this a bump and recommend Saga, Sex, any Remender series, Chew, Elephantmen, East of West, Revival, Birthright, any Kurtis J Wiebe series, and any Jim Zub series.

Also, there's a plethora of new alt-sci-fi titles like Copperhead, Roche Limit, Descender, Southern Cross, Invisible Republic, and Drifter that are ripe for jumping on.

#8 Edited by skyroid (2594 posts) - - Show Bio

Invincible, the walking dead, saga,chew,

These are must read

#9 Posted by Sprior93 (6422 posts) - - Show Bio

Copperhead, Descender, East of West, Lazarus, Rat Queens, Saga, Southern Bastards

#10 Posted by Fallschirmjager (21140 posts) - - Show Bio

Chew. Saga. Velvet.

#11 Edited by Sprior93 (6422 posts) - - Show Bio

Today's issue of Southern Bastards was amazing.

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