A few of Scott Snyder’s favorite things are: comics, horror, and his friendships with fellow creators. When The ComiXologist podcast crew asked him about his favorite Image titles, here’s what he recommended…

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CURSE WORDS

A wizard has appeared in New York City, and he's casting wonderful spells, getting famous, getting rich — it's great! But it's not. This wizard has everyone fooled. He’s really an EVIL WIZARD! From Charles Soule and Ryan Browne, CURSE WORDS is a series Snyder recommends for its humor and wit.

PAPER GIRLS

A story about four 12-year-old newspaper delivery girls who uncover the most important story of all time in the early hours after Halloween of 1988, Paper Girls is an invigorating series from Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang, and one that Snyder loves.

GOD COUNTRY

An enchanted sword gives an old man more than a restored mind and body — he’s now the only one who can face the gods the sword has drawn to Texas. Snyder has high praise for Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw’s GOD COUNTRY, calling it "a blend of heartfelt family drama and larger than life mythology."

MOTOR CRUSH

If you loved Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart, and Babs Tarr’s work on Batgirl, Snyder recommends their new Image series, where rival gangs in brutal bike wars race to gain possession of a rare, valuable contraband: an engine-boosting "machine narcotic" known as Crush.

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Wytches

The Rooks family moves to a remote town to escape a haunting trauma, hopeful about starting over. But something evil is waiting for them in the woods, watching from the trees. Ancient...and hungry.

A.D. After Death

Years after a cure for death is discovered, one man starts to question everything, leading him on a mind-bending journey that will bring him face-to-face with his past and his own mortality.

Severed

1916. A man haunts the roads; a man with sharp teeth and a hunger for flesh. When 12-year-old Jack Garron runs away from home, he'll see how quickly the American Dream becomes a nightmare.