‘Copra’ finds a new home at Image Comics

Formerly published by Bergen Street Press, the indie superhero comic’s first five collections arrive from Image in May.

Michel’s Fiffe’s excellent superhero series Copra has found a new home at Image Comics, the creator announced on Twitter. New printings of all five Copra collections can be found in the just-released Image Comics solicitations for May.

Fiffe has self-published the single issues of Copra, while collections have come out from Bergen Street Press, the comics publishing arm of the now-closed Brooklyn comics shop of the same name. Bergen Street Press announced last month that both Copra and Chuck Forsman’s Revenger would move to new publishers this year; the latter has landed at Floating World Comics.

“I can’t wait for readers to grab these collections and be able to finally read my violent celebration of superhero team comics,” said Fiffe in a press release. “They’ll see the enthusiasm I’ve charged into 30 plus issues and jump on board just in time to realize that I’m just getting started.”

The last single issue Fiffe released was issue #31, which came out in 2017 (and is also the final issue collected in “Round Five,” the last collection that was released.) According to Newsarama, new issues are expected from Image Comics later this year.

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