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Comic books in 'Images of Tomorrow'

  • Issue #25
    Bloodstrike (1993) 25

    Images of Tomorrow - Story by Rob Liefeld and Robert Napton. Art by Rob Liefeld and Dan Fraga. This issue was part of the Image #25 event. During one month not long after Image formed many of the books in their stable jumped ahead to issue #25 to give their fans a glimpse into the future of their books. In Bloodstrike we get a look at the nigh unstoppable killing machine known as Bloodstrike three months before he would debut in the book's continuity in #11. Gimmick? Hey, it's comic books, role with it. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #25
    Brigade (1993 2nd Series) 25

    Images of Tomorrow - This issue was part of the Image #25 event. Story by Rob Liefeld and Eric Stephenson. Art by Marat Mychaels, Anthony Winn, and Marlo Alquiza. During one month not long after Image formed many of the books in their stable jumped ahead to issue #25 to give their fans a glimpse into the future of their books. In Brigade we see the team return from a mission in outer space only to be attacked by the government super heroes known as Youngblood. But, why is Battlestone leading the Youngblood into battle against the team he founded? Is Battlestone a traitor? Gimmick? Hey, it's comic books role with it. 32 pages. There was no issue #23-24 of this series. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #25A
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 25A

    1st printing - Part 3 of 5 – Images of Tomorrow - Story by Steve Seagle. Art by Scott Clark and Trevor Scott. * NOTE: The events of this issue pick up immediately following the events of StormWatch #9 and 24. * A mysterious time-traveler has brought Battalion one year into the future, just in time to witness Skywatch fall from the sky. Amongst the wreckage, Battalion discovers his team in shambles and a damaged Spartan, a member of WildC.A.T.s. , leading the team. As the truth of what is happening unfolds before him, Battalion suddenly comes face-to-face with his father, the vile Despot and leader of the Doomsday Weapons known as Warguard. Diva is dead and Jackson's little brother, Malcolm has betrayed the team. Despot has plans for world domination. Plus, who is the mysterious figure that appears on the final page, a friend or foe? 32 pages, FC. NOTE: Even though the cover date says June 1995, this issue actually was published May 1994. StormWatch #25 is part of Image Comics Images of Tomorrow event. Here the Image titles jumped several issues into the future to show the readers a glimpse of where the titles are heading. After StormWatch #9, the series jumped ahead to #25 then the following month picked up with #10. Now the continuation of that time-traveling tale can finally be revealed. – Odinson, Lone Star Comics Archivist NOTE: This is the 1st printing dated June 1995. 2nd printing is dated August 1995. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #25B
    Stormwatch (1993 1st Series) 25B

    2nd printing - Part 3 of 5 – Images of Tomorrow - Story by Steve Seagle. Art by Scott Clark and Trevor Scott. * NOTE: The events of this issue pick up immediately following the events of StormWatch #9 and 24. * A mysterious time-traveler has brought Battalion one year into the future, just in time to witness Skywatch fall from the sky. Amongst the wreckage, Battalion discovers his team in shambles and a damaged Spartan, a member of WildC.A.T.s. , leading the team. As the truth of what is happening unfolds before him, Battalion suddenly comes face-to-face with his father, the vile Despot and leader of the Doomsday Weapons known as Warguard. Diva is dead and Jackson's little brother, Malcolm has betrayed the team. Despot has plans for world domination. Plus, who is the mysterious figure that appears on the final page, a friend or foe? 32 pages, FC. NOTE: Even though the cover date says June 1995, this issue actually was published May 1994. StormWatch #25 is part of Image Comics Images of Tomorrow event. Here the Image titles jumped several issues into the future to show the readers a glimpse of where the titles are heading. After StormWatch #9, the series jumped ahead to #25 then the following month picked up with #10. Now the continuation of that time-traveling tale can finally be revealed. – Odinson, Lone Star Comics Archivist NOTE: This is the 2nd printing, dated August 1995. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #25
    Supreme (1993) 25

    Images of Tomorrow - Cover art by Stephen Platt. Family Resemblance, script by Rob Liefeld and Kurt Hathaway (co-plot, script), pencils by Shawn McManus (layouts) and Corky Lehmkuhl, inks by Norm Rapmund; Simple Simon takes over the mind of a Supreme from another dimension. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $1.95.