Comic Books

Image Comics for October 9th, 2019

Image brings you more Battlepug, Coffin Bound, Ice Cream Man, Sonata, and Spawn this week.

IMAGE COMICS

Battlepug #2 (Cover A Mike Norton & Allen Passalaqua), $3.99
Battlepug #2 (Cover B Tony Fleecs), $3.99
Camp Midnight Volume 2 Camp Midnight Vs Camp Daybright GN, $16.99
Coffin Bound #3, $3.99
East Of West #43, $3.99
Ice Cream Man #15 (Cover A Martin Morazzo & Chris O’Halloran), $3.99
Ice Cream Man #15 (Cover B Patrick Horvath), $3.99
Oblivion Song By Kirkman And De Felici #20, $3.99
Oliver #4, $3.99
Outer Darkness #11, $3.99
Postal Deliverance #4, $3.99
Pretty Deadly The Rat #2 (Of 5), $3.99
Reaver #4, $3.99
Red Hook Volume 2 War Cry TP, $17.99
Redneck #24, $3.99
Sea Of Stars #2 (Stephen Green 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
Sonata #5 Cover A (Brian Haberlin & Geirrod Van Dyke), $3.99
Sonata #5 Cover B (Brian Haberlin & Geirrod Van Dyke), $3.99
Spawn #301 (Cover A Todd McFarlane), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover B Greg Capullo), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover C (Greg Capullo Virgin Variant), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover D Jason Shawn Alexander), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover E Clayton Crain), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover F Jerome Opena), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover G Francesco Mattina Virgin Variant), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover H Todd McFarlane Parody Variant), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover I Todd McFarlane Black & White Variant), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover J Todd McFarlane Virgin Variant), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover K Alex Ross), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover L Alex Ross Virgin Variant), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover M Bill Sienkiewicz), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover N Bill Sienkiewicz Virgin Variant), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover O J. Scott Campbell), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover P J. Scott Campbell Virgin Variant), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover Q Blank Variant), $4.99
Spawn #301 (Cover R Todd McFarlane Personal Variant), $4.99
Thought Bubble Anthology 2019, $3.99
Thumbs #5 (Of 5), $4.99
Unearth #4 (Cover A Baldemar Rivas), $3.99
Unearth #4 (Cover B Kyle Strahm & Greg Smallwood), $3.99

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Sonata #5 (Image Comics)

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