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    Default Poll: Which of the Titles Announced at Image Expo 2014 Are You Most Excited About?

    Which of the Titles Announced at Image Expo 2014 Are You Most Excited About?

    Of the titles announced for the first time during Image Expo 2014, which are you most looking forward to?


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    lots to look forward to, but 8House by brandon graham and company is my most anticipated.
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    Wytches, Low and The Fade Out are the ones I'm looking most forward to. I'm sure I'll check out alot of the others though.

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    Seriously, how does one make only a single choice here. I chose "The Fade Out" but really I should just open an expense account for Image to freely use.
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    I picked Wytches, but it easily could've been:

    Morrison/Burnham
    The Bru/Philips deal
    Higgins' book
    FraConnick
    Robinson's new book
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    messageboard hyperbole is laughably bad, by a country mile. :rolls eyes:

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    Wytches for me. Low seems kinda interesting too, i like high concept science fiction...

    i'll be sure to steer clear of Morrison's book after his abysmal Action Comics run.

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    Nameless by Morrison and Burnham is just what I need. I've been missing them since Batman Inc. ended.

    Also will be picking up Restoration, Cerulean, Great Beyond, and Wytches.

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    Bitch Planet, even if Deconnick wasn't writing it, the title is a winner. ha ha
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    In order:

    Nameless by Morrison and Burnham
    Wytches by Snyder and Jock
    8House by Brandon Graham, Emma Rios. and others
    Cerulean by Nick Spencer and Frazer Irving

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    Tech Jacket!

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    Lots of new titles I'm interested in. Let's see:

    Sure buy:
    'Wytches' by Scott Snyder and Jock
    'The Fade Out' by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips
    'The Wicked & The Divine' by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie
    Brandon Graham's shared-universe '8House' anthology
    'Airboy' by James Robinson and Greg Hinkle
    'Ody-C' by Matt Fraction and Christian Ward
    'Casanova' by Matt Fraction, Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon

    Maybe/Surely
    'Nameless' by Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham
    'Bitch Planet' by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro
    'Restoration' by Bill Willingham and Barry Kitson
    'Cerulean' by Nick Spencer and Frazer Irving
    'Paradigms' by Nick Spencer and Butch Guice
    'Great Beyond' by Nick Spencer and Morgan Jeske

    Not that sure, but probably anyway:
    'Low' by Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini
    'C.O.W.L.' by Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel and Rod Reis
    'Nailbiter' by Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson
    'Tech Jacket Digital' by Joe Keatinge and Khary Randolph
    'Howtoons' by Nick Dragotta, Fred Van Lente, Tom Fowler and Jordie Bellaire
    'The Superannuated Man' by Ted McKeever

    All titles are interesting and worth a look. I voted for Airboy, because I'm a sucker for Starman and I don't believe Robinson gets the credit he deserves.
    Saga, Zero, Chew, Prophet, Lazarus, Fatale, Sex Criminals, The Fuse, Rat Queens, Great Pacific, Umbral, Peter Panzerfaust, Copra, Rachel Rising, Mind MGMT, BPRD, Lobster Johnson.

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    Wytches, Bitch Planet, Ody-C, The Wicked & The Divine and Restoration for me.

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    Wytches, 8House and The Fade Out based on first impressions. But theres a load that have my interest.

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    I didn't know how much I wanted Wytches until I saw the image they released. Holy cow.

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    I'm thinking about strictly having only image comics on my pull-list that's how many excellent titles are out and coming out.

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