Image Comics 04.27.11 | Everything’s Coming Up Kirkman

Robert Kirkman’s creative genius dominates in this week’s comics among the reality Kurt and Daniel must face in Haunt #15, the epic battle in Invincible, Vol. 14: The Viltumite War TP, Rick snapping in The Walking Dead Weekly #17, and the conclusion of no way out in The Walking Dead #84, plus Carin Taylor must save herself against the deadly techno-virus in Velocity #4.

 

 

HAUNT #15
story ROBERT KIRKMAN, art GREG CAPULLO, TODD MCFARLANE & JONATHAN GLAPION, cover GREG CAPULLO
32 PAGES, FC, $2.99
After the status quo altering events of last issue, Kurt and Daniel must come to grips with what’s happened… But the Apparition is still out there, and it won’t rest until Haunt is pulled from the realm of the living.
 
 
 
 
 
 
INVINCIBLE, VOL. 14: THE VILTRUMITE WAR TP
story ROBERT KIRKMAN, art & cover RYAN OTTLEY
$19.99
Collecting Invincible #71-78, chronicling the Viltrumite War in its entirety, with Invincible and his strongest allies pitted against the entire Viltrumite race. Spanning across the universe, no planet, species, or hero is safe from this epic battle!
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE WALKING DEAD WEEKLY #17
story ROBERT KIRKMAN, art CHARLIE ADLARD, cover TONY MOORE
32 PAGES, BW, $2.99
Rick snaps.
RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE WALKING DEAD #84
story ROBERT KIRKMAN, art & cover CHARLIE ADLARD & CLIFF RATHBURN
32 PAGES, BW, $2.99
NO WAY OUT concludes.
Could this be the end?
RETAILER WARNING: MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES
 
 
 
 
 
 
VELOCITY #4 (OF 4)
story RON MARZ, art & cover KENNETH ROCAFORT
32 PAGES, FC, $3.99
The Pilot Season Winner is Back!
The clock counts down to zero as the taut, pulse pounding series races to its conclusion. Carin Taylor, the hero known as Velocity, has been infected with a deadly techno-virus. Thus far she has been successful in saving most of her teammates from the same virus, but now the exertion is taking its toil and the fastest girl in the world may not be able to win this race. The issue concludes the creative collaboration of writer Ron Marz (Witchblade, Angelus) and artist Kenneth Rocafort (Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer).
 

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