Image X Month arrived in Sept. of 1994, a once in a lifetime switch of creative teams on established titles, which creator was taking on what title was supposed to remain a mystery until the comics were released. Now it can be told, the secret history of Image X Month! Why did it happen? How did it come together?  There were bumps along the way but it awakened a new creativity among the famed Image Creators, charting new paths along the way. What was the impetus behind Image X Month? Rob puts you at the table, peeling it all the way back taking you into the inspiration for the bold choices of a wild experiment that has never been attempted again was forged! 

About the Author
Rob Liefeld’s legendary career began at the age of 18 years old. Fresh out of high school he was hired by both Marvel and DC Comics where he began laying the foundation for a resume that would define a generation. Among the most popular of Liefeld’s creations are Deadpool, Cable, Domino, X-Force, Youngblood, Supreme, Prophet and Glory.
2 comments on “The Secret History of Image X Month!
  1. The Pits says:

    LMAO when you were talking about drawing Shadowhawk’s juicy buttcheeks.

  2. The Pits says:

    Totally forgot about that panel with Marv and bloodied Deathblow clone.
    Man, that Frank Miller is/was petty af. His nickname should be Petty Roosevelt.

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