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The classic G.I. JOE/COBRA conflict begins anew this month in IDW Publishing's “G.I. JOE” #0. CBR speaks with editor Andy Schmidt about what fans can expect from the line, and previews exclusive artwork by Gabriele Dell'Otto.
Andy Helfer, the writer behind IDW's "Presidential Material: John McCain," a biography of the Republican candidate for President, talks to CBR about cutting through the spin and keeping political comics honest.
Will IDW's presidential comics turn the tide of the election? Are they worth your time? Augie has your first look. Also, as a point of thematic balance, a review of the original "Slapstick" mini-series. All this and more in PIPELINE!
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you exclusive previews of "Presidential Material: Barack Obama" and "Presidential Material: John McCain," the new comics biographies of the leading candidates for President of the USA.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR brings you previews of "Black Heart Billy" by Rick Remender and Kieron Dwyer & Harper Jaten, and "The Dreamland Chronicles" #4 by Scott Christian Sava.
CBR News speaks to writer Dan Taylor about IDW Publishing's cleverly titled miniseries, “Pirat Tales: The Legend of the Cat O’Nine Tails,” a high seas adventure featuring swashbuckling rats.
UPDATED! Chuck Dixon's next project following his controversial split with DC Comics will be an all-new G.I. Joe title from IDW Publishing, as part of a new line of Joe comics. Dixon spoke with CBR about "G.I. Joe."
Artist Pia Guerra moves from the last man to the last Timelord this week in IDW's "Doctor Who: The Forgotten" #1. CBR News speaks with the artist about her work on "Y: The Last Man," and why she's such a huge fan of the Doctor.
The action-packed, punk rock teenage adventure indie "Skate Farm" rides to IDW with a new edition and an incoming second volume in 2009 from acclaimed cartoonist Barzak, who spoke with CBR about the book.
IDW Publishing plans for a December-shipping miniseries adaptation of the upcoming film prequel "Underworld: Rise of the Lycans" with actor and screenwriter Kevin Grevioux back at the keyboard.
"30 Days of Night" creator Steve Niles drops teases on his new vampire/vigilante crossbreed comic book “Epilogue" and announces the new horror anthology, "Dark Delicacies," based on the popular prose series.
IDW' Publishing's Chris Ryall and writers Jeff Mariotte and Dara Naraghi talk to CBR News about acquiring the comic book license for "Terminator: Salvation," with a new prelude miniseries and adaptation on the way.
Hugely acclaimed "Stray Bullets" creator David Lapham sinks his teeth into Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith’s vampire mythology with “30 Days ‘Til Death,” a new four-issue miniseries from IDW Publishing.
Veteran writer JM. DeMatteis' newly announced IDW series “The Life And Times of Savior 28” tackles capes and tights from a historical and spiritual perspective, exploring 70 years of violence and American history.
CBR spoke with some of the creators behind the upcoming John McCain and Barack Obama comic biographies who explain how craft will trump campaign on the page
The renowned comic scribe, Peter David, brings his fantasy character Sir Apropos of Nothing from a prose novel to IDW in all his repugnant, satirical glory. CBR News spoke with David about the project.
Transformers godfather Simon Furman outlines the future of the Robots in Disguise for CBR, including info on movie tie-ins, a Dinobot mini and the long- awaited, highly anticipated origin tale
Fans at Comic-Con International can collect some exclusive signature cards illustrated by Darwyn Cooke, tying-in to his top-secret new project for IDW. We spoke with Scott Dunbier about the hunt.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you exclusive previews of new Star Trek comics on sale this week including “The Enterprise Experiment” #3, “New Frontier” #4, “Assignment Earth” #3, and “Mirror Images" #1.
CBR takes a trip in the Tardis alongside writer Tony Lee to see what the future holds for The Doctor in his latest miniseries from IDW, “Doctor Who: The Forgotten," with art by Pia Guerra.
This week: in memory of underground comics, with who should be remembered and how; an apology; what really happened at the Little Big Horn, anyway? ; nations against freedom, and none of them are the USA for a change; and tons of brief notes.