Best New Crime and Thriller Comics By Image Comics January 2023

Best New Crime and Thriller Comics By Image Comics: January 2023

Welcome to our January 2023 edition of best crime and thriller comics by Image Comics: our picks for this edition include fan favorites such as Killadelphia and Lovesick.

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Creepshow #4

The Creep scares up two all-new standalone stories in this star-studded anthology based on the hit Shudder TV series. KYLE STARKS (I HATE THIS PLACE) and FRAN GALÁN (Lucky Devil) deliver the story of a ragtag group of kids who hunted a nest of vampires in their neighborhood…and the one who lived to tell the tale.

HENRY BARAJAS (HELM GREYCASTLE) and DANI (Detective Comics, COFFIN BOUND) drop a hellacious tale of a fallen luchador who will do anything to claw her way back to the top!


This is one of our favorites in Image Comics collection: The LOVESICK CLUB is an exclusive subscribers-only site on the dark web that offers the best in erotic and ultra-violent entertainment. There matriarch Domino and her fellow dominatrixes punish and torture none other than their own loyal subscribers many of whom pay good money to meet their end by her hand in front of a large anonymous audience.

The LOVESICK CLUB is an exclusive subscribers-only site on the dark web that offers the best in erotic and ultra-violent entertainment.

But in the eyes of her rage-filled haters Domino is the MOTHER DEMON a deranged succubus who oppresses men by turning them into her slaves. For this crime against men she must be hunted down and PUNISHED.

After BOLERO and GOSPEL FOR A NEW CENTURY LUANA VECCHIO invites you to explore the furthest limits of consent idolatry hate and love in this modern blood and neon-soaked horror saga that’s not for the faint of heart.


At the end of the 20th century, superheroes, geniuses, madmen, and activists rush towards WWIII! A Soviet “iron” hero, a superpowered American president, an insane cyborg soldier, an Afghan woman hellbent on building a better life for her people—these strange yet familiar beings collide in a story that mixes history, politics, and comic book mythology into something totally new. Welcome to 20TH CENTURY MEN, where the edges of our reality and fiction touch, overlap…and then explode.


One of favorite series in Image Comics collection: Featuring the show-stopping talents of SPAWN series artist JASON SHAWN ALEXANDER and the writer behind such hit shows as Wu-Tang: An American Saga, Marvel’s Runaways, and STARZ’s American Gods—RODNEY BARNES. When small-town beat cop Jimmy Sangster returns to his Philadelphia roots to bury his murdered father, he stumbles into a mystery that will lead him down a path of horrors and shake his beliefs to their core.

The city that was once the symbol of liberty and freedom has fallen prey to corruption, poverty, unemployment, brutality…and vampires.There’s a reason they say you can’t go home again. Welcome to Killadelphia. Collects KILLADELPHIA #1-6Praise for KILLADELPHIA: “It’s the best graphic novel I’ve ever read.” —Chris Rock “The stunning and fresh horror fable I’ve been craving.

This one feels like a classic.” —Jordan Peele “[An] atmospheric horror story with a terrifyingly real sense of place.” —Brian K. Vaughan “Sparely written, beautifully rendered and topical…a genuinely frightening horror graphic.” —Steven Barnes & Tananarive Due “A dark, deep, seamless story that plays into multiple genres without becoming fully any one of them…offers a tantalizing nightmare of urban horror that feels real, rich, and mysterious. It’ll infect you if you let it, and you should.” —


In 1803, Lewis and Clark led the Corps of Discovery across America so their great nation could fulfill its destiny. Years have passed, and now a new monster has been birthed in the heart of their country.

Since 2013, CHRIS DINGESS and MATTHEW ROBERTS have created an alternate history of the United States, and now it’s time to bring Lewis and Clark’s expedition to its blood-soaked end.

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