At Emerald City Comic Con, Image Comics revealed a slate of new creator-owned projects coming in 2017 and beyond.

Matt Wagner returns to his Mage trilogy in Mage: The Hero Denied. Reluctant hero Kevin Matchstick encounters a wizard who informs him he is the reincarnation of the legendary pendragon, and is able to wield the power of the mystical sword, Excalibur. Release is planned for Summer 2017.

Grace Ellis (Lumberjanes) partners with Shae Beagle on Moonstruck, a story of fantasy creatures, romance, and magical comedy. Julie is an unremarkable barista, who happens to turn into a werewolf when upset. Then she’s pulled into a magical conspiracy by her centaur best friend Chet.  Release is planned for Summer 2017.

Jeff Lemire (Sweet Tooth, Descender) partners with Phil Hester (Shipwreck, Green Arrow) for the ongoing series Family Tree. When an eight-year-old girl begins to transform into a tree, her mother, brother and grandfather embark on an odyssey across the U.S. trying to find a way to cure her, all while fending off the cultists, mercenaries, and paparazzi chasing them. The series launches in Fall 2017.

Joe Casey (Officer Downe, Sex) teams with artist Ulises Farinas for New Lieutenants of Metal. The metal militia of mayhem is ready to take on a growing roster of vicious foes, no matter how many bloody explosions happen. Release is planned for 2017.

Eisner Award-winner Jordie Bellaire will write Redlands, with art by Vanesa R. del Rey. Three witches move to Redlands, Florida and take over as law enforcement for the area. Release is planned for Summer 2017.

Sacred Creatures is a new ongoing series by artists Klaus Janson and Pablo Rainmondi. The supernatural thriller reveals that an ancient, supernatural race has been manipulating mankind since the beginning of time. Now society is beginning to unravel. The series launches in Summer 2017.

Death of Love is written by Justin Jordan (Spread), and drawn by Donal DeLay. The five-issue miniseries follows a man who has the ability to see the Cupidae, who are responsible for making love happen. Before he knows it, the man is embroiled in a bloody, hilarious war with the creatures. The series launches in Fall 2017.

Flavor is written by Joseph Keatinge (Shutter) and drawn by Wook-Jin Clark. A young chef in a closed off city enters herself for a cooking tournament, only to discover some dark secrets about the city’s cooking industry and where their food comes from. Release is planned for Fall 2017.

Generation Gone is a series written by Ales Kot, with art by Andre Araujo. Three millennials were planning to rob a bank, but suddenly they all manifest superpowers. Then two of the group, who are in a toxic relationship, break up. The series launches in Summer 2017.

Savage Town is a new original graphic novel by Declan Shalvey (Injection) and Philip Barrett. Loosely based on a true story, the crime story is set in Limerick City, and follows Jimmy ‘Hardy’ Savage as he fails his way up the criminal ladder. Release is planned for Fall 2017.

Shirtless Bear-Fighter is written by Jody Leheup and Sebastian Girner, with art by Nil Vendrell. The all-ages story follows the legendary Shirtless Bear-Fighter, who was betrayed by the bears that raised him. Now he wanders the forest, fist-fighting bears, eating flapjacks and being angry. When bears attack the citizens of Major City, Shirtless must save them. Release is planned for June.

Leila del Duca (Shutter, Afar) and Sarah Vaugh (Alex + Ada) team up for Sleepless. In this historical romance drama, an enchanted knight who never sleeps falls in love with the noblewoman he is protecting. Release was not announced.

The Family Trade is an ongoing series written by Justin Jordan, with art by Morgan Beem. A family of assassins, con men and thieves works to their floating city afloat. Everything is fine, until their youngest member nearly causes a city-wide war. Release is planned for Fall 2017.

The Hard Place is written by Doug Wagner (Plastic), with art by Nic Rummel. When he’s released from prison, a former getaway driver decides to go straight. But then he’s in the wrong place at the wrong time, and is kidnapped by two bank robbers who recognize him. The thieves are fleeing a robbery and using a Russian monster’s daughter as a hostage. Release is planned for Summer 2017.

The New World is a new series created by Ales Kot and Tradd Moore. Romeo meets Juliet in a post war-torn United States, where Romeo is a hacker and Juliet is a TV star cop. Release is planned for 2017.

See preview art for all releases in the gallery below.