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In anticipation of the fourth hardcover collection of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's acclaimed series, IDW Publishing has released the first issue of "Locke and Key: Keys to the Kingdom" #1 in its entirety.
With a new season debuting this week on BBC, Tony Lee spoke with CBR about a certain Time Lord's adventures in comics, including an unexpected foray into football with artist Mark Buckingham.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "Transformers" #18. Written by Mike Costa with art by Alex Milne, the final chapter of "Revenge of the Decepticons" hits Wednesday, April 13.
IDW Publishing discussed details about "Cobra Civil War" and revealed big plans for the upcoming Transformers-centric event, "Chaos War" during their fan-friendly panel at last weekend's WonderCon.
IDW Publishing gave fans in attendance at their WonderCon panel a glimpse of what to expect from their publishing schedule for the remainder of 2011 while announcing a special team-up with Marvel Comics.
Editor Scott Dunbier spoke with CBR about IDW's upcoming collection of Dave Stevens' convention sketchbooks and Darwyn Cooke's oversized "Parker: The Martini Edition," featuring a new 10-page story.
CBR spoke with editor Scott Dunbier about "Walter Simonson's The Mighty Thor: The Artist's Edition,” the first of several volumes presenting original art from classic Marvel adventures to be published by IDW. Yes, IDW.
IDW Publishing has announced they have acquired the license for "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," bringing Turtle Power back to comics late this summer. We spoke with Scott Dunbier about the news.
Doug Zawisza gives IDW's "Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters" #1 a 4 star review saying Eric Powell, Tracy Marsh, Phil Hester and Bruce McCorkindale's comic "reads like a lost Godzilla movie from yesteryear."
PRESS RELEASE: Hero Initiative Celebrates WonderCon's 25th with Cartoon Art Museum, IDW and Art Adams
IDW Publishing has released the Snake Eye story in full from "G.I. Joe: Cobra Civil War" #0 along with covers and solicitation info from the various titles participating in the event sotryline
Mike Allred, Kurt Busiek, Michael Kaluta and John Cassaday discuss their contributions to IDW's May-debuting "Rocketeer Adventures" anthology set in Dave Stevens' classic retro series. Plus, exclusive art!
The TARDIS touches down on the iPad today, courtesy of IDW. We spoke with Director of ePublishing Jeff Webber about the announcement at C2E2, which sees worldwide digital distribution for "Doctor Who" comics.
IDW has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in June 2011 including "Hero Comics," "Transformers," "G.I. Joe," "Locke & Key," "Godzilla" and more.
In advance of the franchise-wrapping "Angel Yearbook," a quartet of writers with the biggest impact on the Joss Whedon character's legacy at IDW discuss how they'll bring the adventures of Angel, Spike and the rest to a close.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR has an exclusive first look at "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero" #164 by Larry Hama and SL Gallant. Featuring covers by Herb Trimpe and Rod Whigham, the issue hits stores March 16.
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.
CBR spoke with writers Marc Andreyko and Michael McMillian about their plans for "True Blood: Tainted," a new miniseries which sees the disastrous effects of a contaminated batch of vampires' artificial blood.
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.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR has an exclusive first look at six pages from this week's "G.I. Joe" #27, the conclusion of the "M.A.S.S. Destruction" storyline by Chuck Dixon, Robert Atkins and Allan Goldman.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with exclusive looks at two new comics hitting the stands this Wednesday, February 16 -- "G.I. Joe: Cobra" #13," the prelude to "Cobra Civil War" and "Suicide Forest" #3.
Steve Niles and Brea and Zane Grant translate the sexy online community into a team of daring adventurers in "Suicide Girls." Featuring art by David Hahn and Cameron Stewart, the series launches in March from IDW.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents a preview of "Jericho Redux" picking up where Season 2 of the TV show left off. The title is written by show writers and producers Dan Shotz, Robert Levine & Jason M. Burns and hits stores February 9.
A long-time fan of the iconic British character, writer Matthew Sturges tells CBR about his enthusiasm for writing the Doctor and what he has planned for the miniseries drawn by Kelly Yates.
"Ex Machina" and "War Heroes" artist Tony Harris spoke with CBR News on how he took his labor of love adventure comic from a fully self-published project to an IDW serial through the use of Kickstarter.
Writers Chuck Dixon and Mike Costa and editor Andy Schmidt spoke with CBR News about life after Cobra Commander, "Cobra Civil War" and what to expect from IDW's new ongoing "Joe" titles.
“Infestation,” IDW's inaugural crossover event, is nearly upon us, overwhelming several licensed universes. CBR News spoke with “Star Trek: Infestation” co-writer Scott Tipton about his contribution to the crossover.
When there're inter-dimensional zombies in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? CBR spoke with writer Erik Burnham about the two-issue “Ghostbusters: Infestation,” which ties into IDW's first crossover event.
IDW's “Infestation” event sets the heroes of G.I. Joe and the ruthless agents of Cobra against a threat from the publisher's own “Zombies vs. Robots” cross universe. CBR spoke with writer Mike Raicht about the series.
Co-writers Eric Powell and Tracy Marsh spoke with CBR about “Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters,” the new ongoing series launching in March from IDW starring at least one rampaging Toho monster.
Artist and "Danger Girl" co-creator J. Scott Campbell spoke with CBR News about the upcoming crossover miniseries with Dynamite Entertainment's "Army of Darkness," raining upon comic stores this April.