View Poll Results: Which Image comic was your favourite this week?

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  • Cannibal #8

    0 0%
  • Elephantmen #78

    0 0%
  • Extremity #7

    0 0%
  • I Hate Fairyland Special Edition [one-shot]

    0 0%
  • Manifest Destiny #31

    1 10.00%
  • Motor Crush #7

    0 0%
  • Paper Girls #16

    1 10.00%
  • Postal #23

    0 0%
  • Rocket Girl #10

    1 10.00%
  • Slots #1 [new series]

    1 10.00%
  • Spread #22

    0 0%
  • Stray Bullets: Sunshine & Roses #28

    2 20.00%
  • The Walking Dead #172

    3 30.00%
  • Warframe #1 [new series]

    0 0%
  • Other - Elsewhere #3, Regression #5, Moonstruck #3, Ringside #12

    1 10.00%
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    Default Image Comics poll week 40 - Warframe fills one of the empty series Slots

    Week 40, we're barrelling towards the end of the year already yikes. Polls never end though, join the eternal grind and come vote & chat!

    Last week around saw an expected outcome, with Black Monday Murders steamrolling the competition. Let's see how it shakes out this week, which is packed with releases.

    Let's do the rundown: Cannibal ends a storyline, so next issue will be a decent jump-on point again. Speaking of jump-on points, Extremity starts a new storyline this week, as do Manifest Destiny, and Paper Girls. Meanwhile Rocket Girl and Regression finish up storylines, and Spread begins its final storyline this week.
    The Walking Dead's "Here's Negan" story also gets collected in hardcover this week, for those who didn't catch it in Image+

    New stuff this week:
    1.) The new I Hate Fairyland Special Edition sees Gertrude slaughtering her way through every Image series you like (Saga, Spawn, Descender, Walking Dead, etc.), killing all your darlings. Think Deadpool Kills the Universe, but drawn by Skottie Young!

    2.) Slots is a new series about a retired boxer taking a chance at life & success in Las Vegas. I'm not sure if this is a crime drama, heist-to-be, or if the "superstition influences how the chips fall" tagline foreshadows some supernatural influences here...

    3.) Lastly, this week, we get Warframe which looks like a video game tie-in comic for a "free to play cooperative shooter." I'll be honest and say that doesn't tell me much, but this looks to be about galaxy-wide conflicts where scavengers team up in unlikely coalitions and need to set aside their differences to survive together. Should be good for the game's fans, as well as Top Cow fans! You don't often see Image publishing these types of media tie-ins, but since Matt Hawkins is writing this and the covers look gorgeous I assume it's not your average licensed comic.

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    I didn't understand the punchline to Stray Bullets (then what was he eating and why?) so unless the penny drops I'll likely pick something else.

    I've still got Regression, Postal and Elsewhere (which I've liked so far) to get to.


    Edit:

    Elsewhere continues to shine, Postal was good but Regression, damn! I might not always like his mainstream stuff, but Cullen Bunn is the king of creepy right now. Dark Ark, Unholy Grail, Harrow County... and during this month of scares we get the best issue of Regression to date. That's the one getting my vote.
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    Paper Girls got my vote!

    The quality of that comic gets me every time. The artwork and the writing are up there with some of my favourites.

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    Only picked up The Walking Dead this week.

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    I only picked up Slots. Quite liked it though. Different to anything else I'm reading at the moment.
    Currently Pulling: Batman/The Shadow, JLA, Black Hammer, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Go Go Power Rangers, ROM, Kill or Be Killed, Slots, Autumnlands, Babyteeth

    We came...we saw...we kicked it's ass!

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    Slots was excellent. Good start to a new series.

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    I agree with those above-- Slots has a good start. Stray Bullets, for a change was less than total satisfaction!
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