Michel Fiffe’s Copra Finds A New Home With Image Comics

by Oliver MacNamee

Indie comic, Copra by Michel Fiffe has found a new home with Image Comics, which will not only be publishing new stories but republishing all of the Copra back catalogue, too. All five previous volumes will be released on May 7th giving readers a bumper opportunity to play major catch up on this violent superhero series. For new readers, here’s what you’ll find in each volume.

Copra, Vol. 1:
They’re ugly. They’re mean. But up until today, they’ve always been loyal. So when one of their own betrays them, COPRA has no choice but to turn their nightmarish skills back on everyone who ever even looked at them funny. Collects Copra #1-6.

Copra, Vol. 2:
Genocide ain’t a pretty thing to see, but there’s no time to mourn when your face is at the edge of the abyss. Scarred, desperate, and alone, COPRA will clear their name in a brutal reckoning with the forces that screwed them over and sold them out in Michel Fiffe’s unmatched juggernaut of violence. Collects Copra #7-12.

Copra, Vol. 3:
Old friends and older habits, cell blocks and beaches. Grandma’s homemade recipes and a cartel slaughterhouse. This is what the men and women of COPRA call downtime. Their habit is vengeance, and they couldn’t stop if they wanted to. It’s the third volume of Michel Fiffe’s overpowering superhero sidewinder. Collects Copra #13-18.


Copra, Vol. 4:
The return of the world’s favorite revenge team is marked by back-to-back brutality and psychedelic suspense. Our team gets served the same penalties they’ve dished out in the wake of a prison break, an unstoppable assassin, and a seminal showdown. Keep up as COPRA’s kill list gets checked off at the peak of their mondo bizarro bloodlust. Collects Copra #19-24.

 

Copra, Vol. 5:
How do you measure loyalty in a treacherous world? In the latest collection of Michel Fiffe’s wildly popular superhero action masterpiece, the answer is found at the end of a fist, the blade of a sword, and the mouth of a gun. Crush or be crushed. The place is anywhere. The time is now. Collects Copra #26-31.

As for Fiffe, he couldn’t be happier:

I can’t wait for readers to grab these collections and be able to finally read my violent celebration of superhero team comics. 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.

So, look out for all five volumes dropping this May.

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