"Taking my books to Image was a no-brainer," Baker says. "First of all, it's a major publishing house run by cartoonists! And not just any cartoonists, really great cartoonists! I've been wanting to join up with these guys since they started the company in the '90s, and now that the line has expanded to include a wider array of genres such as humor, horror, war and mystery, I feel there's finally room at Image for Kyle Baker books."
Image's presentation of Kyle Baker's new work starts with Nat Turner Book 2: Revolution. The winner of the 2006 Eisner Award for Best Reality-Based Work charges to its shocking conclusion with Turner's final stand against the evil institution of slavery. The Washington Post called Nat Turner, "a great teaching aid..." that evokes "the diabolic slave trade's real horrors." Don't miss the conclusion of one of the decade's most important comics.
[CBR] She's killed him twice, and twice she has brought him back to life. But what happens when Hawkeye confronts his long-time friend, former teammate, and killer, the Scarlet Witch, in New Avengers #26?
New Avengers writer Brian Michael Bendis re-teams with artist Alex Maleev to reform the Eisner Award-winning creative team behind Daredevil and New Avengers: Illuminati for this special stand-alone issue spotlighting the return of Hawkeye and the Scarlet Witch.
Last seen in the conclusion to House of M in which the Scarlet Witch seemingly killed and then resurrected Hawkeye, find out where these two former Avengers have been since that tragic day and where their future lies in the Marvel Universe.
In this next important chapter in New Avengers history, Bendis and Maleev present the "Ballad of Clint Barton and Wanda Maximoff" in New Avengers #26.