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Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Iron Siege" #1. James Abraham, Andrew Hong and Trevor Goring's WWII/Nazi/zombie tale hits stores December 15 and features a cover by Tim Bradstreet.
CBR News spoke with James Abraham and Andrew Hong about their World War II horror miniseries “Iron Siege” from IDW, which sees dark forces lead U.S. soldiers to ally themselves with captive Nazis.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR presents exclusive previews for "Transformers" #14 and "GI Joe: Future Noir Special" #2, both of which hit comic stores on Wednesday, December 8.
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.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Transformers: Sector 7" #3 by John Barber and Joe Suitor with a cover by Brian Rood. Robots in disguise meet Bonnie and Clyde Wednesday, November 24.
A brand new graphic novel division of the Legendary Pictures banner will launch in 2011 with longime Editor Bob Schreck as E-i-C who is leaving IDW on good terms.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "G.I. Joe" #24 by writer Chuck Dixon and artist Robert Atkins. The fight for freedom continues Wednesday, November 3.
“Dungeons and Dragons” returns to comics in November courtesy of "Leverage" and “Blue Beetle” scribe John Rogers. CBR News spoke with Rogers about the new IDW series following this summer's #0 issue.
"Star Trek: Khan: Ruling in Hell" is on sale now from IDW. CBR spoke with co-writer Scott Tipton about the series, which explores the infamous villain's early days on pre- and post-apocalyptic Ceti Alpha V.
IDW takes some time at NYCC to discuss their Hasbro licensed titles, answer questions about the future of books like "Transformers" and "G.I. Joe" and address fan reaction to “Infestation."
At New York Comic Con, which is bigger on the inside, IDW announced that its new "Doctor Who" ongoing series will begin in January. We spoke with writer Tony Lee about his plans for Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor.
Godzilla returns to comics in 2011, IDW Publishing announced during its panel at New York Comic Con. A new series featuring the giant fire-breathing monster and assorted characters begins in February.
A zombie invasion hits "Transformers," "G.I. Joe," "Star Trek" and "Ghostbusters" in IDW's "Infestation," launching in January with a Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning-penned mini. CBR spoke with IDW about the event.
Eisner Award-winning creator Darwyn Cooke spoke with CBR about his latest Richard Stark adaptation, "The Outfit," why he feels Parker creator Donald Westlake would approve of the changes he made to the story and more.
Steve Niles spoke about his two new IDW horror series, "Edge of Doom" with Kelley Jones and "Doc Macabre" with Bernie Wrightson, as well as a potential Sam Kieth "30 Days of Night" project.
It's the Real American Heroes crossed with "Blade Runner" as IDW launches the two-deluxe-issue miniseries "G.I. Joe: Future Noir Special" in November. We spoke with writer Andy Schmidt about the project.
Writer Brian Lynch spoke with CBR News about his upcoming eight-issue “Spike” miniseries from IDW, which sees the charismatic and troublemaking vampire assembling his own crew to tackle a mission in Vegas.
Over 35 years ago, author Harlan Ellison lost his chance to produce the story of a galactic space odyssey on his terms, but now the full story can be told in a new IDW miniseries that Ellison hopes will complete his dream.
IDW's ongoing "Angel" title goes out with a bang as writers David Tischman and Mariah Huehner come on for the six-issue arc "The Wolf, the Ram, and the Heart" beginning with November's issue #39.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including "Death Ship" #4 and "G.I. Joe: Hearts and Minds" #4.
We spoke with Dark Horse's Scott Allie and IDW's Chris Ryall about last week's announcement that "Angel" will be returning to Dark Horse in late 2011 and what this means for the character's future with both publishers.
Months of stories and rumors surrounding the hit IDW series seem to be pointing towards an upcoming "Locke & Key" TV series produced by Stephen Spielberg and adapted by Alex Kurtzman and Robert Orci.
Following the news that "Angel" would join "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" at Dark Horse, current license holder IDW and Dark Horse have each issued press releases regarding the situation.
In a brief announcement in this week's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Riley" one-shot, it was revealed that "Angel," which has been licensed by IDW Publishing since 2005, will return to Dark Horse late next year. ROBOT 6 has details.
"Silent Hill" returns to comics in October and Tom Waltz, who is also writing the next video game installment, spoke with us about the "Past Life" miniseries, exploring an earlier chapter in the town's haunted past.
With "Danny Husk: The Hollow Planet," comedian Scott Thompson brings his "Kids in the Hall" character Danny Husk to comics, courtesy of IDW Publishing and Frozen Beach Studios.
IDW creators sat down with fans during the publisher's Hasbro-themed panel at Comic-Con International to discuss what's coming up next in the worlds of Transformers, G.I.Joe and Dungeons & Dragons comic series.
Editor Scott Dunbier spoke with CBR about the upcoming "Rocketeer" miniseries, which will feature work from Mike Allred, John Cassaday, Darwyn Cooke, Michael Kaluta, Bruce Timm, Bill Willingham and many more.
IDW's plans for San Diego's Comic-Con International include exclusive versions of "True Blood" #1, "Doctor Who" #13, and a Krazy & Ignatz mug, as well as signings with Berkeley Breathed, Michael Chiklis, and many more.