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All Blythe wants to do is complete her project, but her team mates want nothing to do with it in Georgia Ball & Nicanor Peña's "Littlest Pet Shop" #3.
Karl Kesel, Greg Scott & Vic Malhotra explore the earliest days of the X-Files as well as Mulder & Scully mystery in IDW's "X-Files: Year Zero" #1.
"Henry Poole is Here" writer Albert Torres has been tapped to adapt IDW's award-winning "Locke & Key" for film.
One of the toughest men on the planet is ready to face the ultimate Kung Fu warriors in Brian Ash & Marcelo Ferriera's "Black Dynamite" #3 from IDW.
Jeff Parker, Paul Tobin, Paco Rodriques and more tell new tales of the maddest fliers around in IDW's "Angry Birds" #2, on sale July 9.
This week Allison talks with her husband and Monkeybrain co-publisher Chris Roberson about her new roles as IDW's Director of Operations.
Greg continues juggling the responsibilities and dangers of being a faux superhero in Ken Kristensen & Giancarlo Caracuzzo's "Indestructible" #7.
Dexter must use his scientific mind to defeat his greatest foe; Princess Dee Dee in Derek Fridolfs & Ryan Jampole's "Dexter's Laboratory" #4 from IDW.
Monkeybrain Comics co-publisher Allison Baker has been named IDW Publishing's Director of Operations.
"X-Files: Year Zero" writer Karl Kesel tells CBR about the origin series, why he loves the '40s and weighs in on those "Fantastic Four" rumors.
Cullen Bunn drops the king of the monsters into a post-apocalyptic landscape in "Godzilla: Cataclysm" and tells CBR which other kaiju join him.
Walt Simonson explains why his take on the Norse apocalypse in the IDW-published "Ragnarök," is "some of the grimmest work I've ever done."
Heavy decisions must be made in IDW Publishing's "The Illegitimates" #6, as the the team struggles to figure out just how to save the world.
John Cray keeps trying to protect ZenZion from new evils in Darby Pop/IDW Publishing's "The 7th Sword" #3 by John Raffo & Nur "Popia" Iman.
Ed Brisson and Michael Gaydos' lead-in to "24: Live Another Day" continues in "24" #3, on sale June 25!
Walt Simonson opens up about the "Artist's Edition" of his 1981 collaboration with Stephen King, including how he never spoke to King and much more.
IDW will relaunch its main "G.I. Joe" series in September, written by science-fiction author Karen Traviss and illustrated by Steve Kurth.
IDW's September solicitations feature the new "G.I. Joe" series, Jonathan Maberry's "Rot & Ruin, the "Ghostbusters" finale and more.
Attendance increases from 61,000 in 2013! Copy of Sakyo Komatsu's first manga, from 1948, discovered in U.S.! Interviews with Walter Simonson and Marv Wolfman!
The V-8 organization recruits another warrior who will risk his life against the vampire terrorists in Jonathan Maberry & Alan Robinson's "V-Wars" #3.
The cuddly animals try their best to erase their new opponents before their grand opening in Georgia Ball's "Littlest Pet Shop" #2 from IDW.
Winter comes early in IDW's new "Winterworld" series by Chuck Dixon & Butch Guice, based on the classic miniseries. Earth grows cold on June 18!
Tom Scioli & John Barber discuss IDW's "Transformers vs. G.I. Joe" #1, revealing what has the characters in conflict and why Scioli is "turning up the Kirby dial."
Gearbox's Mikey Neumann outlines IDW’s "Borderlands: The Fall of Fyrestone," based on the hit game, teases "Borderlands 3" and weighs in on cosplay.
The impending attack against the Bel Etu changes what Darien knows about this world in JC De La Torre & Franco Cespedes' "Star Mage" #3 from IDW.
The hijinks continue in Mark Evanier & Roger Langridge's "Rocky & Bullwinkle" #4 from IDW as the furry duo defend people from... hamburgers?
Rovio's gaming sensation comes to comics, and CBR has an exclusive preview of Jeff Parker and Paul Tobin's "Angry Birds" #1! UPDATED with new art, full credits!
Larry Hama tells CBR about IDW's re-release of his classic "G.I. Joe" silent issue, the gimmick's origins and why he doesn't consider himself a writer.
Michael Geszel tells CBR about the IDW reprint of his 2010 graphic novel "Tribes," what he would have done differently, the film adaptation and advice for young creators.
"TMNT" writer Tom Waltz discusses "The Last Fall," his epic sci-fi miniseries for IDW, and how his experience as a Marine helped informed the story.
Maxx and Dale Keown's Pitt continue their adventure together in the Outback in IDW's "The Maxx: Maxximized" #8 by Sam Kieth and William Messner-Loebs.
The creators and minds behind the newest IDW division discuss the establishment of IDW Games, the "Kill Shakespeare" board game launch and what the future holds.
The writer brings Cartoon Network favorites together in "Super Secret Crisis War" crossover, and reveals her hopes for En Sabah Nur in "X-Men: Apocalypse."
IDW presents an exclusive look at this week's special "Samurai Jack" #8, a silent issue by Jim Zub and Jack character designer Andy Suriano.
Ben uncovers the true motives behind Golden Shield in Eric Garcia & Michael Montenat's "City: The Mind in the Machine" #4 from IDW & Darby Pop.
Ed Brisson and Michael Gaydos bridge the gap between Jack Bauer's CTU agent life and becoming an international fugitive in IDW's "24: Underground" #2.
"True Story, Swear to God" cartoonist Tom Beland returns with "Chicacabra," an OGN exploring what happens when you unleash the demon inside.
At TCAF, Darwyn Cooke spoke about the changing comics scene, the kinetics of his Parker graphic novels and his uncertainty about the future.
IDW and eOne Television will develop Jonathan Maberry's "V-Wars" as a television series, with a pilot written by "Dexter's" Tim Schlattmann.
"Little Nemo," "Transformers: Primacy," Judge Dredd: Anderson" and more highlight IDW Publishing's solicitations for August 2014.