Image Comics are running up the flagpole a couple of incentives for retailers ordering titles going to FOC today. That would include Family Tree #2 – retailers who order at least 70% of their orders for Family Tree #1 will qualify for a 25% free overship of their order for issue #2. Which means they […]
In the opening pages of Jeff Lemire’s excellent new comic, Family Tree, we are introduced to Loretta. She’s a single mom with two kids. The youngest, Meg, is precocious and inquisitive, while the oldest, Josh, has a knack for getting in trouble. Loretta has to leave work early to get Josh from school, who just […]
We’re in the thick of October with some pretty cool video game releases out this week, both for major AAA titles and some indie surprises. Check out the full list of video game releases below, choose your titles wisely, and as always; have fun! October 8th Aldred – Knight of Honor (Switch) The Alliance Alive […]
Family Tree is a new series launching from Image Comics in November that’s been a long time coming, announced a few years ago from Jeff Lemire and Phil Hester. And now we have a look ahead at the first few pages of the first issue… FAMILY TREE #1 (MR) (W) Jeff Lemire (A/CA) Phil Hester, […]
No, Image Comics is not getting into genealogy. The Family Tree is a comic about a girl who transforms into a tree, which is upsetting to her parents, who take a road trip to try to find a cure. By Jeff Lemire and Phil Hester, this “genre-defying” comic was first announced back at Emerald City […]
The Hip-Hop Family Tree books from Ed Kiskor, telling a history of hip hop music through the imagery of comic books of the time has been a successful and critically acclaimed series of graphic novels. But now Fantagraphics are “uncollecting” the books into a monthly comic book series featuring new material, with thirteen issues already […]
Another faux-documentary, in the style of Christopher Guest's features like Waiting For Guffman and Best in Show.
From the creator of our beloved Avengers and Fantastic Four family trees.
I thought it was unlikely - but brilliant - when Chris O'Dowd started making a name for himself in the US but now it looks like Nina Conti and Monk might end up being famous faces in America too. Erm... great?
Superhero comic books, it has been often said, are like soap operas. Well, it looks like they have the family trees to match. Here is how you get from Spider-Man to the Hulk…