Sollicitations Avril 2013 : Image Comics

Et voici les sollicitations Image Comics pour le mois d’avril prochain. Je retiendrai les débuts de Jupiter’s Legacy, oui je sais c’est du Mark Millar que je ne vous encourage pas vraiment à suivre d’habitude, mais c’est dessiné par Quitely donc rien que pour lui je vais aller lire cette série (c’est dire à quel point j’aime Quitely !). Cela m’étonnerait que ce soit très régulier, mais rien que revoir le monsieur sur quelques pages ça vaudra le coup.

A noter le début de la seconde saison de Morning Glories avec un numéro 26 à 1$, et la fin de la première mini de Storm Dogs, dont on attends encore le numéro 3…. J’espère vraiment que cette mini aura des suites car David Hine et Doug Braithwaite ont vraiment réalisé une série SF dont j’ai envie de voir la suite.




Written by Mark Kidwell, art by Jeff Zornow and Jay Fotos, covers by Jeff Zornow, Jay Fotos, Nat Jones and Ben Templesmith.

Vietnam, 1968: Behind enemy lines, Private Brian Curliss is alone. The enemy caged him, the dead want to devour him and the voices in his head are driving him to madness. A madness that emerges in the form of an unstoppable killing machine wrapped in burlap and bamboo… Curliss is a one-man-army, sworn to wade through a wet red jungle gone straight to hell in search of a ghost named Jungle Jim. To the Viet Cong, he’s a nightmare. To POWs trapped in enemy hands, he’s salvation. To the legions of shambling, hungry dead…He’s the Grim Reaper in a gas mask.

MeatGrinder Studios and Image Comics return to the grim world of ’68 with an all-new, four-issue series continuing the story of Jungle Jim. The brutal sequel to the original one-shot, Jungle Jim #1 fleshes out the new dark star of the Vietnam/Zombie apocalypse.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on April 3. 


Written by Nathan Edmondson, art and cover by Mitch Gerads.

“Buddy Systerm.” Hiding from Russian authorities, Switchfoot and Fiddler trek through the ice of Northern Siberia to recover a fallen satellite piece. Meanwhile Weatherman and Bookstore are on a recon mission in Afghanistan, and what they see has ominous implications for the near future.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 24. 


Written, art and cover by Colleen Doran.

15-year-old Liana now sits on the throne of the Avatar, a living weapon of mass destruction, the most powerful psionic in the universe. And she’s pointed directly at Earth. Back after a six-year hiatus, the final chapter of the space opera series begins in a bi-monthly release from Image/Shadowline

32 pags, black and white, $3.50, in stores on April 24. 


Written by Ron Marz, art by Marco Turini, covers by Stjepan Sejic.

“Truths & Destines,” part 2. FBI profiler and Rapture bearer Tom Judge used to be a man of the cloth. His faith led him away from the Church. The Magdalena, however, still serves the Church. Can both Tom and the Magdalena overcome their differences of faith to battle an evil that is as old as the universe itself?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on April 24. 


Written by Nick Spencer, art by Riley Rossmo, cover by Frazer Irving.


32 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 3. 


Written by Duffy Boudreau, art by Wendell Cavalcanti, cover by Brian Churilla.

The stunning finale to arc one! A night of terror in the Hinterlands. A day of reckoning in BlackAcre. The mission’s collapsed, but the fallout’s just begun…

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 3. 

CHEW #34

Written by John Layman, art and cover by Rob Guillory.

On the trail of the vampire!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 17. 


Written by Steve Niles, art and cover by Tony Harris.

Shaw is a man on the run and lost in time. Fleeing ancient enemies, Shaw finds himself in prohibition-era Chicago surrounded by gangers and demons alike and caught between law enforcement and the local supernatural underground. Chin Music is a tale of mysticism and violence like nothing you’ve experienced before.

22 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 17. 


Written by David Schulner, art and cover by Juan Jose Ryp and Felix Serrano.

New story arc! Luke Taylor’s true nature has been revealed, but his fight to rescue his wife and newborn daughter back is just beginning. Now that Beta and the second generation of clones have been unleashed, how can Luke survive against his younger, stronger, more ruthless self?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 10. 


Written by Jonathan Hickman, art and cover by Nick Dragotta

“Sons of Prophecy.” Following the high crimes in the debut issue of East of West, the fallout spreads across the broken nations of America. Forces align to stave off the apocalypse, while equally powerful ones do everything they can to bring it to pass.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 24. 


Written by James Asmus and Jim Festante, art by Rem Broo, cover by Ben Templesmith.

Mini-series conclusion! After last issue’s shocking ending – Ben is left alone to face the Antichrists! Did we mean for that to be plural? Will Ben die before having sex with Laura, the Gym teacher? Why does God let bad things happen to good people? Find out in this final issue!

40 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 17. 


Written, art and cover by Raffaele Ienco.

The series’ epic conclusion! Song’s uncle, her sole remaining family, is killed while in government custody. Enraged, will Song seek vengeance for his death, or try to find inner peace so she can finally lead a normal life?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 24. 


Written by Frank J. Barbiere, art and cover by Chris Mooneyham.

“Blood for the Spider God.” The year’s most exciting new adventure continues!

40 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 17. 


Written, art and cover by Jimmie Robinson.

At the annual school festival, Tyler is caught in a battle between the Archery club and the Exotic weapons club, but a new threat emerges from outside the school that could blow his cover and ruin everything.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 24. 


Written by Joe Harris, art and cover by Martin Morazzo.

“Trashed,” conclusion. The United States Navy has come to drag fugitive, would-be Garbage Patch ruler Chas Worthington back to the America he left. But Chas has one more trick up his sleeve, and the future of New Texas will never be the same.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 3. 


Written by Joe Keatinge, art by Andre Szymanowicz, Fabio Redivo, cover by Ricken.

“The Death of Planet Earth,” Part TwoPretty much everyone dies in this issue. No one is saved. Nobody learns anything. 2013’s grindhouse-style, revenge-fueled supersploitation epic rages towards the conclusion of its first year!

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 24. 


Written by Michael Moreci and Steve Seeley, art by rent Schoonover, and cover by Joe Eisma.

“Ghost Busted.” Special flipbook issue! The Hoax Hunters go on a haunted house ghost-busting mission. One half of the issue contains the “on-air” story, what happened while the camera was rolling; flip it over and find out what went down behind the scenes!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 17. 


Written by Kel Symons, art and cover by Mark A. Robinson.

“Owe My Soul To The Company Store.”

“Mars Ain’t the Kind of Place To Raise Your Kids.” Things just aren’t going well for Felicia, when she starts experiencing breaks with reality after her work as an assassin begins to take an emotional toll. Doesn’t help that she finds out just how deep Johnny’s betrayal goes, either.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 3. 


Written by Robrert Kirkman, art and cover by Ryan Ottley, John Rauch.

It’s Nolan vs. Thragg on the surface of the moon as still more secrets about the Viltrumite Empire are revealed.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 17. 


Written by Phil Hester, art and cover by Todd Nauck, John Rauch.

In the aftermath of Invincible # 100 and “The Death of Everyone,” Dinosaurus has left his mark on the world. Can heroes from across the universe — Invincible, the Guardians of the Globe, Tech Jacket, the Astounding Wolf-Man and more — contain the damage done? Or are the end times of the Invincible Universe ahead?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 3.


Written by Jamie S. Rich, art by Mike Norton, cover by Michael Allred and Laura Allred.

“(No) Suprirses.” It’s the anniversary for romantic superhero couple Black Crystal and the Slug, but it appears that Black Crystal has forgotten. To be fair, he has other things on his mind. Like giant monsters that have erupted from their home beneath the ocean looking for a fight!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 17. 


Written by Mark Millar, art and cover by Frank Quitely.

The comic-book event of 2013 finally arrives as superstar creators Mark Miller and Frank Quitely give us the superhero epic that all future comics will be measured by. The world’s greatest heroes have grown old and their legacy is a poisonous one to the children who will never live up to their remarkable parents. Unmissable.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 24. 


Written by Justin Jordan, art and cover by Tradd Moore.

Luther has been Bound. Petra has become Jack’s new friend. Binder gets a surprise from an unexpected source. And the world burns down around them all.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 24. 



Written by Jim McCann, art by Janet Lee, cover by Janet Lee..

The clock has started – Roland has 24 hours to make his move. But when he uncovers the darkest secret of Lost Vegas, will that information help him…or will he be in even more danger?

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 3. 


Written by Jonathan Hickman, art by Nick Pitarra, cover by Jonathan Hickman.

“Piece by Piece.” After a decade of working together to overcome everything that stood against them, fractures begin to form between the scientists of the Manhattan Projects.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 17. 


Written by Brian Wood, art by Ming Doyle and Jordie Bellaire, cover by Ming Doyle.

Everything’s on the table as far as the military’s position on Mara, but who’s the one with the nuclear option? How much power can one woman hold before the world says “enough”?

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 24. 


Written by Bryan J.L. Glass and Michael Avon Omeing, art by Michael Avon Oeming and Victor Santos, covers by Michael Avon Oeming and Victor Santos.

“A Dangerous Faith.” Long ago, the valiant Templar destroyed themselves through a vicious civil war, allowing the bloodthirsty crusade of the tyrant king Icarus to destroy mouse culture. Yet the inspiring tale of the young mouse Karic promises to restore the fractured Templar and overthrow the mad king. But while some accept Karic as a prophecy for good, still others see his rising legend as an omen of evil. Thus begins the climactic chapter in the epic saga of hope and despair, of tragedy and triumph, and where every secret will at last be revealed.

48 pages, $3.99, in stores on April 3. 


Written, art and cover by Ted McKeever.

Devil on one shoulder – angel on the other. One tells you to do bad things, the other . . . well, you get the idea. Bad news for a recovering alcoholic if the “good” one is MIA. Between a liquor-gulping demon and a mummified cat hell-bent on mucking up his fragile stability with esoteric trappings of Egyptian Gods, it’s all about to make our hero’s day hit the proverbial fan.

40 pages, black and white, $4.99, in stores on April 17. 


Written by Nick Spencer, art by Joe Eisma, cover by Rodin Esquejo.

“The Waiting Game.” Season 2 of the series begins here, with a special, full-sized, impossibly priced $1 prelude ñ the perfect jumping-on point for collection readers looking to move to single issues!

32 pages, $1, in stores on April 24. 


Written by Eric Stephenson, art by Nick Bellegarde and Jordie Bellaire, cover by Nate Bellegarde and Fonografiks.

Dead to the world.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 24. 


Written by Brandon Graham and Simon Roy, art by Simon Roy, cover by Aaron Conley.

The three-armed Prophet wants Old man Prophet found. NewFather disobeys his superiors to seek out weapons needed to combat a new mysterious foe.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on April 24. 


Written, art and cover by JM Ringuet.

The mini-series ends with a bang and a boom when the repo from Dee Agency learn way more than they bargained for and are left to decide on a trip to the West Coast to face the biggest threat they have ever encountered!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 3. 


Written by Tim Seeley, art by Mike Norton, cover by Jenny Frison.

Em and Dana have a long dinner and talk about murder. There’s something weird going on in Cooper’s dad’s shed. Joe Meyers isn’t feeling quite like himself lately. The authorities start cracking down on “gently used” body parts.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 17. 

SAGA #12

Written by Brian K. Vaughan, art and cover by Fiona Staples.

Prince Robot IV makes his move.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 10. 


Written, art and cover by Erik Larsen.

“The Vicious Circle Rising.” A glimpse into the lives of Chicago’s notorious criminal organization. For decades the Vicious Circle has all but ruled the Windy City. Now, at last, we enter their world and see through their eyes. We see their struggles, their fears, the obstacles they face. Introducing the sons and daughters of the Vicious Circle. We see the crime family they were born to inherit and the forces who oppose them.

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on April 17. 


Written by Jim Zub, art by Edwin Huang, covers by Edwin Huang, Jim Zub and Chris Stevens.

Mighty Skullkikcers: A classic relaunch that blazes a new trail with familiar fan favorite sensibilities. A bold, new direction, a continuing story and a brand new adjective! Our twenty-first issue is brand a new #1! Our B cover is a variant with the original numbering, in case readers want their issue super-duper “old school.”

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 24. 

SEX #2

Written by Joe Casey, art and cover by Piotr Kowalski.

Simon Cooke’s journey into the underbelly of Saturn City continues. Think about it… how repressed would YOU be after waging a war on crime for the entirety of your adult life? What happens when the superhero power fantasy finally ends? Find out by buying more SEX!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 19. 


Written by Andy Diggle, art and cover by Jock.

Hunted by a ruthless killer who has framed them for murder, Jake and Callie try to infiltrate the mysterious gated community at the heart of the deadly conspiracy. But nothing can prepare them for what they will find there. Continuing the new thriller from the creators of The Losers and Green Arrow: Year One!

32 pages, $2.99, in store on April 3. 


Written by Robert Napton, art and cover by Zid.

Morgana never anticipated that Merlin’s bastard son, the MIT professor Simon Ambrose, would delay her plan to obtain the Stone of Giramphiel. But even with the power inherent in Merlin’s diary, Simon isn’t ready to face her in battle. To seek refuge from Morgana’s grasp, Simon will need to call upon enchanters of old who have spent the past century hiding in plain sight in New York City.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 3. 

SPAWN #230

Written by Todd McFarlane, art by Szymon Kudranski, cover by Todd McFarlane.

“Complex Messiah,” Part Two As a small online community continues to look into Jim’s connection with the Curse of the Hellspawn, the fervor around the world’s “new messiah” begins to reach an apex. Meanwhile, the Vatican makes a house call, taking the first steps in their efforts to test Jim’s true origin. Sinner or Saint, the church has no intention of allowing his gifts to be used against them. Plus: The final fate of someone in Jim’s inner circle.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 3. 


Written by David Hine, art by Doug Braithwaite and Ulises Arreola, cover by Doug Braithwaite.

Season one builds to a tragic climax as the team discovers that everything they thought they knew about Amaranth is a lie.

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 24. 


Written by Robert Kirkman, art by Jason Howard, Cliff Rathburn, cover by Jason Howard.

In the aftermath of their first battle with Tyrannosaurus X, Derek and Super Dinosaur get… fancy!

32 pages, $3.50, in stores on April 24. 


Written by Andy Diggle and Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Shawn Martinbrough and Felix Serrano.

New story arc! Andy Diggle joins the Thief of Thieves team for the start of a brand new arc! Meet Lola, the Cartel boss. And what Lola wants, Lola gets … and Conrad’s going to learn that the hard way.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 3. 


Written by Matt Hawkins, art by Rahsan Ekedal, cover by Rahsan Ekedal, Brian Reber.

Accountability isn’t something Dr. David Loren worried about before. Sheltered behind the manned concrete perimeter of CED, so long as he continued to fulfill his contractual obligation to create inventions of destruction, David never had to think twice about being an arrogant jerk. But right now, David is on the wrong side of the military’s good graces. And accountability is a bitch.

32 pages, black and white, $3.99, in stores on April 10. 


Written by Ken Kristensen, art and cover by M.K. Perker.

“Candy with Strangers,” conclusion. When his best friend and mentor gets thrown in solitary confinement, Todd becomes an easy target for an Aryan Nation assassin. Meanwhile, his father accepts a marriage proposal that was never given, and his mom comes face-to-face with the Maniac Killer.

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 10. 


Written by Robert Kirkman, art and cover by Charlie Adlard and Cliff Rathburn.

Maggie and Sophia pick up the pieces and continue their lives at the hilltop.

32 pages, black and white, $2.99, in stores on April 10. 


Written by Joshua Fialkov, art and cover by Nelson Blake and Dave McCaig.

In the days of the Wild West, before Sara Pezzini claimed her destiny, Witchblade bearer Sheriff Enola protected the high plains from the Darkness that lurked beyond the horizon. Although her townspeople lived in peace, they were always mistrusting of their sheriff-witch. With her town seeking to banish her and the Darkness angling for a duel, will the Witchblade be enough to save Enola from becoming a footnote in the annals of the blade’s history?

32 pages, $3.99, in stores on April 3. 


Written by Brandon Seifert, art and cover by Lukas Ketner, Andy Troy.

This is it: Doc Morrow’s last stand against the forces making his life hell! If Morrow and his allies fail here, all of Arkham, Oregon will suffer! Too bad he screws it up. Oops: Spoilers!

32 pages, $2.99, in stores on April 24. 



Written, art and cover by Jimmie Robinson.

Collectors of the Bomb Queen villain series will love this re-mastered, re-edited, oversized, hardcover edition featuring the heroines of Shadowline and a rare guest appearance of She-Spawn. A director’s cut collection with extra bonus material from the insane mind of Jimmie Robinson. Collects the Bomb Queen III and Bomb Queen IV miniseries in their entirety.

256 pages, $24.99, in stores on April 3.


Written by David Hine, art and cover by Jeremy Haun and John Rach.

“Breaking Dark.” Jackie Estacado had everything he ever wanted: riches, power, and a beautiful family. But Jackie relinquished his control of the Darkness. With his marriage crumbling and the encroachment of a rival gang on his turf, Jackie has failed to notice that there is something horribly, horribly wrong with his daughter, Hope. And Jackie will learn that there are things even the Darkness should fear. Collects The Darkness #106-111.

160 pages, $17.99, in stores on April 29.


Written by Justin Jordan, James Lowder and various. art by Daniel Leister, Matt Merhoff and Emilio Laiso, cover by Tim Seeley.

This volume collects the issues written by guest stars as well as the rare crossover with Mercy Sparx. On a trip back to Chicago, Vlad encounters his extended family, a mob of inbred cannibals; while Cat Curio takes the stage in a solo adventure. Then, Cassie and Vlad feel the toll of a slasher who can come back every few minutes. Collects Hack/Slash, VOL. 2 #16-19 and Hack/Slash vs. Mercy Sparx.

160 pages, $18.99, in stores on April 3.


Written by Grant Morrison, art and cover by Darick Robertson.

Meet Nick Sax – a corrupt, intoxicated ex-cop turned hit-man, adrift in a stinking twilight world of casual murder, soulless sex, eczema and betrayal. With a hit gone wrong, a bullet in his side, the cops and the mob on his tail, and a monstrous child killer in a Santa suit on the loose, Nick and his world will be changed forever this Christmas. By a tiny blue horse called Happy…Collects Happy! 1-4.

122 pages, $12.99, in stores on April 17.


Written by A.J. Lieberman, art and cover Colin Lorimer.

Livers, kidneys and rogue medical teams, oh my! Welcome to Dr. Benjamin Dane’s nightmare. His only way out? Bring down the man who set him up for murder by reclaiming organs already placed in some very powerful people. The only people Dane can count on are an ex-Yakuza assassin and six year-old drug fiend. If Dexter, ER & 100 Bullets had a three-way and that mind blowing tryst somehow resulted in a kid, that kid would read Harvest. Collects Harvest #1-5, plus extras and an amazing fold-out featuring all five covers!

128 pages, $19.99, in stores on April 10.


Written by Robert Kirkman, art by Ryan Ottley, Cory Walker and Cliff Rathburn, cover by Ryan Ottley.

In the aftermath of the Viltrumite War, friends become enemies, enemies become allies, and Mark Grayson’s future as Invincible ends here. Collects issues INVINCIBLE #85-96

336 pages, $39.99, in stores on April 24.


Written by Jim McCann, art by Rodin Esquejo and Dan McDaid, cover by Rodin Esquejo.

New threats arise as the curtains pull back to reveal some of the most shocking secrets surrounding the mystery behind the attack on Elle Peterssen. Meanwhile, what is her connection to a 10-year-old girl who claims to actually be Elle’s mind trapped in this girl’s body? All of this plus the acclaimed silent issue “speechless” and the unmasking that changes the entire series. Collects Mind the Gap #6-10.

136 pages, $14.99, in stores on April 24.


Written by Jay Faerber, art and cover by Koray Kuranel.

A gripping, provocative murder mystery from acclaimed writer Jay Faerber and stunning artist Koray Kuranel begins with one woman’s murder and branches out to follow the investigation by three people with personal connections to her: her husband, an investigative reporter; her lover, an ex-soldier; and her friend, a homicide detective. Her death will change all of their lives. Collects Point of Impact #1-4.

100 pages, black and white, $14.99.

A propos Sam 2332 Articles
Ce fan de Morrison donne ses conseils dans des guides de lectures

1 Comment

  1. Encore de bonne chose chez image par contre je vois la nouvelle série Invincible Universe mais cela veut dire que la série Guarding the globe s’arrête ? 

Laisser un commentaire

Votre adresse de messagerie ne sera pas publiée.


Ce site utilise Akismet pour réduire les indésirables. En savoir plus sur comment les données de vos commentaires sont utilisées.