Namesake #1 makes for a promisingly personal introduction to a grand story of universes colliding and worlds plotting against each other.
Four Eyes is losing its first battle – that might very well be its last. But Enrico has other ideas, and does the unexpected.
Enrico’s life is getting more and more complicated as he needs to get a job while all he really wants is to keep training his dragon Four Eyes.
Enrico is trying to train Four Eyes, but it isn’t easy…
Four Eyes tells us about a young boy in 1930s New York who adopted a pet dragon. Now he “only” needs to train it.
Copperhead Sheriff Clara Bronson enters the Bastion to rescue Deputy Budroxifinicus. Will she get out of it alive?
Still finding himself in the political climate, nothing seems to have changed for Gregori Rasputin since 1916, he may have said goodbye to the motherland but the blood, the bullets and the intrigue remain.
The Disciples #2 is a great addition to the series, promising so much more than you can see, yet still teasing you with some wonderful moments in itself.
Copperhead Sheriff Bronson organises a posse to rescue Deputy Budroxifinicus, while an important military figure has a theory about escaped convict Clay.
With a few months of downtime, Rasputin raises not from the dead but more of a “mid-season hiatus” as Rasputin #6 opens the second arc of the acclaimed historical-supernatural Image Comics series.