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Paul Tobin continues to fly high with two brand-new "Angry Bird" stories sure to have readers flocking to comic shops for more!
D.J. Kirkbride and Vassilis Gogtzilas give CBR insight into their November-launching series, which blows up the universe and introduces a new god.
Aku tries to exploit Jack's unexpected new flaw in Jim Zub, Andy Suriano and Ethen Beaver's "Samurai Jack" #12, on sale September 24 from IDW.
Louise Simonson and Derek Charm keep fighting the good fight in IDW Publishing and Cartoon Network's "Super Secret Crisis War!" #4.
Peter Bagge and Dean Haspiel spearhead the Garbage Pail Kids' first foray into the world of comics in a new one-shot anthology from IDW.
IDW Publishing celebrates the holidays with the debut of "Star Trek/Planet of the Apes" and the "Garbage Pail Kids Puke-tacular" in December.
Godzilla is angry as Biollante and Mothra awaken fears and hopes in humanity in IDW's "Godzilla: Cataclysm" by Cullen Bunn and Dave Wachter.
The first season of IDW's "Littlest Pet Shop" comics wraps up with a visit from everyone's favorite bunny in "LPS" #5 by Georgia Ball & Nicanor Peña.
IDW brings the world of "Rot & Ruin" to comics with a brand new zombie series by Jonathan Maberry & Tony Vargas that ties into Maberry's novels.
Karen Traviss, the first female "Joe" writer, tells CBR about starting her run with "The Fall of G.I. Joe" and reveals how Cobra became the good guys.
Chris Ryall & Sam Kieth's "Mars Attacks: First Born" #4 comes to a close as the Martians finally pinpoint where their lost baby is on Earth.
The final issue of JC De La Torre & Franco Cespedes' IDW series "Star Mage" brings Darien face-to-face with foes who question his loyalties.
When the Ponies aren't around to protect Ponyville, their pets take on the task in Jeremy Whitley & Amy Mebberson's "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" #23.
"Winterworld" writer Chuck Dixon talks "Alien Legion," replacing Bruce Wayne, catching lightning in a bottle with Bane and being a conservative writer.
Scott Tipton, David Tipton and Rachael Stott discuss bringing together two major sci-fi franchises in "Star Trek/Planet of the Apes."
The Vault Hunters continue to hit snags in their plan to save Fyrestone in Mikey Neumann & Agustin Padilla's "Borderlands: The Fall of Fyrestone" #2.
Marcus continues to grapple with his new life in this painful galactic war in Tom Waltz and Casey Maloney's "The Last Fall" #2 from IDW.
An army of robot doppelgangers threaten to tarnish the reputation of the heroes in Louise Simonson & Derek Charm's "Super Secret Crisis War" #3.
IDW presents Ed Brisson & Michael Gaydos' "24: Underground", the fiery conclusion that sees Jack Bauer trying to escape the CIA and Russian mafia.
Joe Hill's latest series, avians in disguise and Nancy A. Collins' "Sunglasses After Dark" are just some of the big titles IDW Publishing offers in November.
The hard-as-nails cop steps in for "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" writers Scott Marder & Rob Rosell, revealing the best way to shotgun a beer and more.
Jonathan Maberry explains why he's bringing his novels to comics, where these stories fit into the "Rot & Ruin" timeline and teases information about the upcoming film.
IDW Publishing's 'mix tape' panel highlighted its partners in bringing digital comics from Lion Forge, Monkeybrain and more to print.
Star Slammer Rojas is free from his confinement -- but not his captors -- in Walter Simonson's "Star Slammers: Remastered" #6 from IDW.
A business trip to Applewood turns into a big road trip adventure for two ponies in Katie Cook & Andy Price's "My Little Pony: Friends Forever" #8.
The fearless warrior Samurai Jack must find a way back to the past, but that comes with a price in Jim Zub & Andy Suriano's "Samurai Jack" #11.
Mike Johnson discusses bringing the fan-favorite "Next Generation" character into the Abrams-verse for the new "Star Trek" arc,"The Q Gambit."
"Oz" Writer Eric Shanower discusses returning to the world of Winsor McCay's classic "Little Nemo" strip for IDW's "Return to Slumberland."
A look at the state of the digital comics market! Interviews with Walt Simonson, Jeff Lemire and Chris Ware! FutureDude CEO on his company's transmedia plans!
IDW held a lively discussion with its top creator-owned minds including Walter Simonson, Jonathan Maberry, Eric Shanower, Gabriel Rodriguez and Chuck Dixon.
Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez reveal a "Locke and Key"/"Sandman" crossover that may never happen, and discuss future projects, in Key House and beyond.
The Mane 6 try to prove Trixie isn't the thief some ponies suspect in Ted Anderson & Agnes Garbowska's "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" #22.
Cullen Bunn and Dave Wacther explore life after the monster apocalypse that nearly destroyed mankind in IDW's "Godzilla: Cataclysm" #1.
In their latest spotlight on awesomely odd comics, CSBG looks at a recent, subtle crossover between "Quantum Leap" and... "My Little Pony?!?!"
An early morning couldn't stop a panel full of good times and funny answers about "My Little Pony," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and more of IDW's all-ages comics.
Viz products carried by 64% of Diamond accounts! Anthony Del Col talks "Kill Shakespeare"! Marc Bernardin on "Genius," and race in comics! Plus more!
The little Martian is exposed to its species' violent tendencies and must not succumb to them in Chris Ryall & Sam Kieth's "Mars Attacks: First Born."
IDW Publishing and Hasbro revealed their upcoming plans for “Transformers,” “G.I. Joe” and more at Comic-Con International.
The battle between pig and bird continues in Jeff Parker & Paul Tobin's "Angry Birds Comics" #3 as newly invented devices come into play.
IDW's Scott Dunbier announced two new titles for the line in a panel that included Dave Gibbons, Walter Simonson and a surprise appearance from Powell.