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The Melvins, whose most recent release (The Bride Screamed Murder) marked the band’s debut on the Billboard Top 200, will embark on a four-week tour of the western United States this September.  

TURF #2 sold out at distribution level; Image Comics takes it to press again Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards’ TURF — a Prohibition-era tale of vampires, gangsters, and aliens — is a certified hit with the sell out of issue #2! Image Comics is reprinting the issue, and it will be available on July 21, 2010.  

Co-Creators Jane Wiedlin and Bill Morrison Debut Lady Robotika at Two Bay-Area Comic Shops WHO: Lady Robotika, the inter-galactic rock ‘n roll sexy cyborg heroine, is the brainchild of Jane Wiedlin (legendary guitarist for the Go-Go’s) and Bill Morrison (Eisner Award-winning creative behind The Simpsons Comics, Futurama Comics, Roswell, Little Green Man and Heroes Anonymous), and she makes her debut in comic stores nationwide on July 14.  

  Marian Churchland returns to ELEPHANTMEN for War Toys one-shot Russ Manning Award finalist Marian Churchland is returning to ELEPHANTMEN this October with the one-shot ELEPHANTMEN, WAR TOYS: AGATHE. Image Comics will release the book, written and drawn by Churchland with inks by Moritat, on October 20, 2010.  

October’s HACK/SLASH annual bridges the gap to new ongoing series In October, Cassie Hack will face off against her biggest fan in HACK/SLASH ANNUAL 2010: MURDER MESSIAH. Written by Tim Seeley, with art by Jethro Moralles, MURDER MESSIAH connects the events of the previous Devil’s Due series with the new ongoing HACK/SLASH series that will launch from Image Comics in January 2011.  

Catch up with THE WALKING DEAD in October with new trades and t-shirts Whether you’re new to the series or a dedicated fan, you won’t be able to miss THE WALKING DEAD in October. The new TV series premiers on AMC, and you’ll be able to catch up on the Image Comics series with THE WALKING DEAD BOOK SIX and with THE WALKING DEAD: THE COVERS.  

Image Comics announces Comic-Con variant cover for CHEW #12 Whether he’s just the meanest rooster in town or the Devil himself, Poyo deserves all the adoration he gets, including his first convention exclusive cover on CHEW #12 at Comic-Con International 2010!  

Image Comics reprints the first issues of classic series in October’s continuation of IMAGE FIRSTS: WAVE TWO This Fall, Image Comics is re-presenting 10 first issues as an introduction to some of its most acclaimed titles. Each debut acts as a perfect primer to its corresponding ongoing series and collected editions. Starting in September and continuing through October, each reprinted first issue will be available for only $1.  

FRACTURED FABLES All-Stars Line up for Exclusive Signings at Comic-Con International 2010 FRACTURED FABLES, a star-studded all-ages anthology from Shadowline and Image Comics, will have its coming out party at Comic-Con, and creators are lining up for exclusive signings at the Image Comics Booth to celebrate! You’ll find the following FRACTURED FABLES creators at Image Comics booth #2729 during Comic-Con International 2010:  

New Sneak Peek Revealed of Jane’s Ultra-Galactic, Sexy Cyborg Revolutionist Alter-Ego (LOS ANGELES, CA) – With two weeks to go until the street date of LADY ROBOTIKA: SLAVESHIP TO THE STARS, issue #1 in the debut of the comic book series created by Bill Morrison and Jane Wiedlin, the creators today release a sneak preview of some of the key concept art from the book, and announce the pre-sale of the debut issues. Published by Shadowline and Image Comics, Lady Robotika touches down on July 14 at comic stores nationwide. To find a comic shop near you, please visit www.comicshoplocator.com.  

Ziggy Marley to join Image Comics for an exclusive signing at Comic-Con International 2010 Grammy Award-winning musician Ziggy Marley is adding another title to his already impressive resume: comic book author.  

Image Comics announces a name change for the six-issue Guardians of the Globe miniseries: GUARDING THE GLOBE. The first issue of the six-issue miniseries, cowritten by Robert Kirkman (INVINCIBLE, THE WALKING DEAD) and Benito Cereno (INVINCIBLE PRESENTS: ATOM EVE & REX SPLODE, HECTOR PLASM) and illustrated by newcomer Ransom Getty, will be in stores in August.  

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