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In a special wrap up interview exploring six years of Joss Whedon's vampire hero in comics, IDW EiC Chris Ryall discusses the publisher bringing "Angel" back, the story behind "After The Fall" and the role of canonicity.
IDW Publishing Chief Creative Officer Chris Ryall spoke with CBR News about his upcoming "Zombies vs. Robots" miniseries, "Undercity," while giving details on Sony Pictures' deal to bring "ZvR" to film.
Sony Pictures has acquired the rights to a film based on Chris Ryall and Ashley Wood's IDW Publishing series "Zombies vs. Robots," with "Transformers" director Michael Bay's studio producing.
From the creators who have worked with him across his careers to the competing executives who welcome him into their ranks, the comics industry responds to Axel Alonso's ascension to Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics.
With an "Infestation" set to rip through IDW’s licensed titles in January in the publisher's first crossover, CBR spoke with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about the event and their "Transformers" tie-in.
A few apocalypses later, Chris Ryall's "Zombies vs. Robots" returns in the four-issue miniseries "Aventure," this time joined by three new artists. CBR spoke with Ryall about the February debuting series.
The warped reality of "Weekly World News" returns in January, courtesy of IDW Publishing. Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall writes the four-issue miniseries, CBR spoke with him for an early look at loads of artwork.
Scott Tipton & Chris Ryall talk to CBR News about their new book, a primer to the comic book industry and history of superheroes entitled “Comic Books 101,” which includes portions by Stan Lee and Harlan Ellison.
IDW Publishing recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, and CBR News spoke with company President Ted Adams and Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall about the publisher's history and future.
CBR speaks with IDW publisher Chris Ryall about his most recent foray into writing with “Groom Lake,” a new miniseries about UFOs, a cigarette smoking alien and government intrigue featuring artwork by Ben Templesmith.
IDW Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall invites CBR readers on a tour of the publisher's new offices in San Diego, where they work on such projects as "30 Days of Night," "The Transformers," "Locke & Key," "Fallen Angel" and "Star Trek."