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

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  • Angelic #2

    1 9.09%
  • Copperhead #15

    2 18.18%
  • Deadly Class #31

    2 18.18%
  • Gasolina #2

    0 0%
  • Glitterbomb: The Fame Game #2

    0 0%
  • Golgotha [graphic novel]

    0 0%
  • Hack/Slash: Resurrection #1

    3 27.27%
  • Outcast #31

    0 0%
  • Saga #48

    2 18.18%
  • Southern Cross #13

    0 0%
  • Spawn #279

    0 0%
  • Street Angel: Superhero for a Day [graphic novel]

    0 0%
  • Underwinter: Field of Feathers #1 [series premiere]

    1 9.09%
  • Wayward #24

    0 0%
  • Other - The Hard Place #3 (of 5), Violent Love #9, or Renato Jones Season Two #4 (of 5)

    0 0%
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  1. #1

    Default Image Comics poll week 43 - Hack/Slash is back; new Street Angel & Golgotha OGNs

    Hey gang it's the poll again, vote for your fave and chat about it below!

    Last week's poll
    saw a late-game tiebreaker, with Kill or be Killed sweeping its seventh (!!!) poll win of the year already. That's a new record for sure, I don't think any year we've seen a series win more than 5 times.

    Moving on to this week, there's a lot of stuff happening. Copperhead is back from hiatus with a brand-new storyline in issue 15, The Hard Place passes the half-way point, Outcast has a stand-alone issue out this week, Renato Jones Season Two hits its penultimate chapter, Saga sends its cutest character on a mission to end that storyline before taking a break as usual, and Southern Cross also starts a new storyline this week. Lastly, it seems Gasolina's first issue was a hit, because a reprint of issue 1 accompanies the new one out this week.

    On the new releases front:
    1. Hack/Slash: Resurrection is an aptly titled resurrection of Tim Seeley's hit series, this time written by Tini Howard. Expect humour, clubs & bats with spikes, possibly some undead in a Summer camp, and a kickass lady to star in the whole show. Is hack back, or will it be wack? (SORRY)
    2. Street Angel: Superhero for a Day is essentially a big one-shot in the Jim Rugg series, but released in hardback format and riffing on tropes from Green Lantern. I imagine this includes some skating for sure, too.
    3. Golgotha is a new graphic novel by the ever-prolific Matt Hawkins of Top Cow, and this one's got a really cool premise: the crew of Golgotha are sent in hibernation to establish the first off-world colony. But when they finally arrive, it turns out Earth's technology has already evolved so much in the meantime, that the colony in question is already a thriving, well-established place. The crew are now relics that the colony expected to arrive, but does not really need (or want) anymore.
    4.) Underwinter: Field of Feathers is the newest Ray Fawkes comic, another horror title vaguely related to the previous Underwinter volume, though a decidedly new story. This time it's about a cursed family, no doubt hauntingly painted as usual. If you missed the previous volume I'm sure you could still try this without much trouble.

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    And here's the cover to Underwinter: Field of Feathers #1, which didn't fit in the main post.

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    Haven't read anything yet but I'm giving Hack Slash the vote just because I'm so excited that it is back.
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    It's funny, Outcast really wasn't a "stand alone" story, at all.

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    Deadly Class for me. Thank God Remender brought Marcus back.. the new cast is a bore.
    Ideas never die.

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    Voted for Saga, because Ghüs is still really cute. One of Staples' better designs, in my opinion. This storyline was pretty good once again for the past arc. I think it's becoming my favourite Image series (again).

    Quote Originally Posted by Joker View Post
    It's funny, Outcast really wasn't a "stand alone" story, at all.
    Whatttt! Can't believe I was lied to by marketing text!

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