Image Comics is an American comic book publisher. These are the ongoing and limited series publications it has released under its own brand and imprints such as Todd McFarlane Productions, Desperado Publishing, Beckett Comics, and Top Cow Productions.

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Graphic novels

Beckett Comics

Main article: Beckett Comics

Desperado Publishing

Main article: Desperado Publishing

Extreme Studios

Gorilla Comics

Main article: Gorilla Comics

Highbrow Entertainment

Shadowline

Main article: List of Shadowline publications

Todd McFarlane Productions

Top Cow Productions

Main article: List of Top Cow Productions publications

Wildstorm Productions

Main article: List of Wildstorm titles § Publications with Image Comics

References

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  2. ^ "Venturing West: Medri talks 13 Chambers". Comic Book Resources. June 27, 2008.
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  22. ^ "Not the Love Boat: Smith on Dead Ahead". Comic Book Resources. July 21, 2008.
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  29. ^ "A Boy and His Dragon: Kelly Talks Four Eyes". Comic Book Resources. June 26, 2008.
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  32. ^ "Joe Kelly: 'I Kill Giants'". Comic Book Resources. April 25, 2008.
  33. ^ "Ice Cream Man". Image.
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  43. ^ "The Adventures of Castor and Pollux: Image's 'Olympus'". Newsarama. April 14, 2009.
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  48. ^ "Men on Action: Seagle and Cinello 'Soul Kiss' Joe Casey". Comic Book Resources. December 18, 2008.
  49. ^ "Stellar #1".
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