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    Image Expo: What Was Your Favorite Announcement? [Reader Poll]

    By | January 9th, 2014
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    Today’s Image Expo was incredibly exciting for many comic fans everywhere as a bevy of grand things got announced. We got to show off to you a look at Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine DeLandro’s new book Bitch Planet, and the day also saw the return of “Casanova,” Scott Snyder coming back to Image, an exclusive 5-year contract for Brubaker and Philips, more Gillen/McKelvie, more Burnham/Morrison and new books from Joe Keatinge, Brandon Graham, Josh Williamson, Rick Remender, Nick Spencer (times three!), James Robinson, Nick Dragotta, Kyle Higgins and Bill Willingham — as well as many more collaborators.

    But what we’d like to know is: what is your favorite book? Which announcement got you the most excited, and why?

    Take a minute to vote in our user poll below, and leave us a note in the comments with why you made your pick!

    What was your favorite Image Expo 2014 Announcement?

    Joe Keatinge and Leila del Duca’s Shutter0%
    Joe Keatinge and Khary Randolph’s Tech Jacket Digital0%
    Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ The Fade Out0%
    Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson’s Nailbiter0%
    Brandon Graham and Friends’ 8HOUSE0%
    Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini’s Low0%
    Casanova Going Back to Image with Michael Chabon in tow0%
    Nick Spencer’s three books with Morgan Jeske, Butch Guice and Frazer Irving0%
    Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham’s Nameless0%
    Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine de Landro’s Bitch Planet0%
    Dragotta, Van Lente, Fowler and Bellaire on Howtoons0%
    James Robinson and Greg Hinkle’s Airboy0%
    Bill Willingham and Barry Kitson’s Restoration0%
    Continued below

    Higgins, Siegel and Reis launch C.O.W.L.0%
    Scott Snyder and Jock’s Wytches0%
    Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s The Wicked and the Divine0%


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