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Best Image Comics: Week of February 14, 2024

Comics by Daniel Warren Johnson, James Tynion IV, Skottie Young, and more are among our picks of the best Image Comics releasing this week!

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By: Javier ReyesFeb 12, 2024, 10:01 AM

We’re halfway through February already and Image Comics is continuing its streak of putting out collections of great titles week after week. Not only is Skybound’s Energon Universe expanding even further this week, but there are also exciting finales to comics by James Tynion IV, Szymon Kudranski, and more. Need help in choosing which comics to check out? Get your pull lists ready and check out our picks of the best Image Comics releasing this week! 

Transformers #5

By Daniel Warren Johnson and Mike Spicer

Transformers 5 comic coverImage: Image Comics

Based on the cover art and official solicitation of this issue, signs are pointing to this being the return of Megatron himself. But things are more than meets the eye. Nevertheless, a very powerful Decepticon is on the rise, and Optimus Prime and the rest of the Autobots will have their hands full dealing with the new dangerous threat.

The Deviant #4

By James Tynion IV, Josh Hixson, and Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou 

The Deviant 4 comic coverImage: Image Comics

The more Michael researches about the Deviant Killer for his upcoming comic book, the more he spirals his life into a living abyss. Little did he know the darkness he’d invite into his life once he started working on the project. But even with new murders suddenly on the rise, he knows he’s too far gone into his research to turn back now. 

I Hate Fairyland #11

By Skottie Young and Brett Bean

I Hate Fairyland 11 comic coverImage: Image Comics

Gert is back for a brand-new and bloody story arc! It begins with Queen Cloudia getting a glimpse of the Real World, the place where Gert originally came from. Except she’s in for a rude awakening when she learns how violent the world can be. Meanwhile, Gert is up to her usual rampaging antics inside Fairyland. 

Kill Your Darlings #6

By Ethan S. Parker, Griffin Sherdian, Bob Quinn, and John J. Hill

Kill Your Darlings 6 comic coverImage: Image Comics

Billed as a turning point in the story, this issue has Rose coming face-to-face with the powerful beings that have plagued her life. The young hero must find a way to stop The Girl Who Wouldn’t Burn’s centuries-long cycle of violence. All while learning about their connections with The Great and Terrible Evil. This dark fantasy series continues to be one of Image Comics’ hidden gems!

Blood Commandment #4

By Szymon Kudranski

Blood Commandment 4 comic coverImage: Image Comics

Szymon Kudranski’s gripping and artistic mini-series comes to a close in this thrilling new issue! Ezra must face his darkest fears if he wants to save his son’s life. With few options left, the man must resort to drastic measures to ensure he and his family make it out alive. 

Petrol Head #4

By Rob Williams and Pye Parr

Petrol Head 4 comic coverImage: Image Comics

The race for survival never ends for Petrol Head and crew. Now that they are deeper into the City, the gang is challenged by SuperCarStar, The O’s deadliest racer, to a life-or-death showdown race. You don’t want to miss out on this series as it has never taken its foot off the gas pedal since its very first page. 

Our Bones Dust #3

By Ben Stenbeck

Our Bones Dust 3 comic coverImage: Image Comics

Tensions boil over in this latest issue of Ben Stenbeck’s fascinating sci-fi adventure comic. Trapped and with no one by his side, the Feral Kid must grit his teeth and stand up against the Cannibal family that keeps breathing down his neck.

Creepshow: Joe Hill’s Wolverton Station #1

By Joe Hill, Jason Ciaramella, and Michael Walsh

 Creepshow_ Joe Hill’s Wolverton Station 1 comic coverImage: Image Comics

Superstar horror writer Joe Hill takes the reigns of Creepshow for this very special one-shot! Hill is joined by artists Jason Ciaramella and Michael Walsh in adapting one of his most beloved short stories, “Wolverton Station.” The terrifying tale is about an ordinary businessman whose everyday commute makes an unexpected stop at the titular station, leading to a night of monsters and mayhem. 

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