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Brubaker & Phillips Strike Again With ‘Follow Me Down’ Graphic Novel This October

Follow Me Down

Crime noir masters Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips (Pulp, Criminal, The Fade Out, and Kill Or Be Killed) are back with yet another original graphic novel starring troublemaker-for-hire Ethan Reckless in the forthcoming Follow Me Down. This new standalone thriller is the fifth book in the Reckless series in less …

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Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips Hit Fans With New Reckless Book ‘The Ghost In You’ This April

The Ghost In You

Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ bestselling Reckless books just won’t quit, as the award winning crime noir masters bring us yet another original graphic novel starring troublemaker-for-hire Ethan Reckless in The Ghost in You. It will land on shelves this April from Image Comics and join Reckless, Friend of the Devil, and Destroy All Monsters in …

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Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips Make History With Original Graphic Novel Series, ‘Reckless’

Reckless

Hot off their instant, bestselling megahit Pulp, crime noir masters Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips announce a new original graphic novel series—starting with Reckless—from Image Comics this December in hardcover. Brubaker and Phillips ignited the industry recently with the triumphant Pulp release and fans are primed for the upcoming Cruel Summer graphic novel hitting shelves this week, …

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Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips Arm Fans With Double The Graphic Novel Hardcovers: ‘Pulp’ And ‘Cruel Summer’

Pulp

The multiple Eisner Award winning creative powerhouse behind such hits as My Heroes Have Always Been Junkies and Bad Weekend—Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips—are back with twice the content in the forthcoming original graphic novel tale of ’30s era crime—Pulp—and the upcoming Criminal collected edition Cruel Summer. Both graphic novel hardcovers will be available from Image Comics …

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Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips Spin Tale Of ’30s Era Crime In Original Graphic Novel ‘Pulp’

Pulp

The multiple Eisner Award winning creative powerhouse behind such hits as My Heroes Have Always Been Junkies and Bad Weekend—Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips—spin an original graphic novel tale of ’30s era crime in the forthcoming Pulp. This title will hit stores from Image Comics in May. Max Winters, a pulp writer in 1930s …

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Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips Expose The Seedy Underbelly Of The Comics Industry In ‘Bad Weekend’

Bad Weekend

For nearly two decades, writer Ed Brubaker and artist Sean Phillips have created some of the most acclaimed and hard-hitting crime comics in the medium’s history—and now they’re exposing the seedy underbelly of the comic book industry itself. Their latest collaboration, Bad Weekend, explores comics history through the genre lens of …

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Ed Brubaker And Sean Phillips Return To ‘Criminal’

Criminal

Hot off the critically acclaimed, bestselling series KILL OR BE KILLED and breakout hit original graphic novel MY HEROES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN JUNKIES, crime comic masters Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillipsreturn to their beloved, iconic CRIMINAL series. The multiple Eisner award-winning CRIMINAL will return as an all-new monthly from Image …

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Image Presents Brubaker and Phillips ‘My Heroes Have Always Been Junkies’

My Heroes Have Always Been Junkies

MY HEROES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN JUNKIES, the first original graphic novel from the award-winning and bestselling team Ed Brubaker (writer on HBO’s Westworld, co-creator of Too Old to Die Young with Nicolas Winding Refn for Amazon Studios) and Sean Phillips—the creative team behind CRIMINAL, KILL OR BE KILLED, THE FADE …

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Brubaker & Phillips’ Award-Winning Criminal Returns In June

The best-selling crime comic of the decade finally returns with Criminal: The Last Of The Innocent #1, from the acclaimed team of writer Ed Brubaker (Captain America, Secret Avengers), artist Sean Phillips (Dark Tower) and colorist Val Staples. What if your favorite children’s comic characters really grew up? Explore that dark question in the …

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The Future of Captain America

The future of Captain America hangs in the balance as Marvel celebrates the Sentinel of Liberty’s 70th anniversary in Captain America #616. Comics’ greatest creators are coming together to tell amazing Captain America stories. Following the shocking conclusion of the Trial of Captain America, Eisner Award-winner Ed Brubaker teams up with superstar artists Mike …

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