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    ‏Twenty years ago, the comic book industry’s top guns took their pen nibs, pouches, flowy capes and big eyes away from the Big Two and started Image Comics. Creator ownership and the comic book industry fundamentally changed that day when McFarlane, Larsen, Liefeld, Silvestri, Lee, Valentino, and Portacio took control of the business of comic books and the rights to their own characters. 

    ‏Written and directed by Patrick Meany and produced by Seqart in association with Respect! Films, The Image Revolution interviews the guys, plus Sean Howe (Marvel Comics: The Untold Story), Image publisher Eric Stephenson, Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead), Nick Spencer (Morning Glories) and many more to tell the tale of the early ‘rock star’ days of Image Comics and takes us through today. With the success of The Walking Deadand Image Comics dominating the creator owned market and business model, the impossible dream became real.


    We get another great inside the bullpen look from Respect! Films here, highly recommended for fans of these superstar creators but mostly for people of my comic book reading generation. The early ‘90s were an amazing time to be reading the books coming out from Marvel. 

    ‏The split happened right before our eyes, and like many things no one was sure if it would work.



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    DigBoston and LeaguePodcast Comic Book Picks of the Week for June 6, 2012


    Todd McFarlane returns to his flagship book as the writer and cover artist for the Image Comics 20th Anniversary in Spawn 220. Jim Downing uses his hell-born powers to unlock secrets twenty years in the making! … Way back in January we told you about the Infinite breakup of Kirkman and Liefeld. The trade of issues 1-5 has been printed and we we’ve been waiting for The Infinite issue 6 to find out just how the evil time-traveling Imperius is! … The summer of Valiant Comics continues with the debut of Harbinger #1 from NYT best-selling author Joshua Dysart (Unknown Soldier) and Harvey Award nominee Khari Evans!. Peter can read minds and alter matter, but what is the true price of such power? … Mind altering picks this week from

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    DigBoston and LeaguePodcast Comic Book Picks of the Week for May 23, 2012


    Sookie Sookie now! Vampires, mindreaders and Daredevil’s Ann Nocenti are more than enough reasons to pick up the new ongoing True Blood series from IDW. Issue #1 sucks your wallet dry of $3.99. … Youngblood is Rob Liefeld’s team superhero book held over from Image Comic’s inception 20 years ago. Issue #71 is an all-new look at the team from screenwriter John McLaughlin and Liefeld. Get caught up on the front lines of the Image Revolution 20 years on. … Conspiracy theorists are right, we are watching you so put down that coffee! Get paranoid with the debut issue of Mind MGMT from Matt Kindt (3 Story). Talking dolphins and weaponized psychics haunt and bewilder a young journalist on search for the truth. … Picks this week from

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    Ya like comics? Check out Clay’s interview with Richard Stevens of the Diesel Sweeties webcomic! EARTH PRIME TIME: DIESEL SWEETIES: INTERVIEW WITH RSTEVENS.



    Infiinite #2 - Liefeld / McFarlane (variant)

    Just months before San Diego Comic-Con last year, The Walking Dead writer and Skybound publisher Robert Kirkman announced a new project with Image Comics co-founder Rob Liefeld. The Infinite is the story of 40-year-old Bowen, who has traveled back in time to team up with his 19-year-old self to battle an evil organization called The Infinite. The Infinite Volume 1 collects the first four issues, and is available in stores. Rob Liefeld cited creative differences with Kirkman on Twitter this weekend as the cause for the end of the book.