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In an unprecedented move, Diamond Comic Distributors has named IDW a premier publisher – the first such announcement since 1996 – moving the comics house to the front of Previews with a slew of benefits.
IDW has provided CBR with exclusive advance looks at two new titles on sale March 10 - "Jennifer Love Hewitt's Music Box" #4 and Steve Niles and Bernie Wrightson's horror-noir "The Ghoul" #3.
CBR spoke with writers Daniel Liatowitsch and Todd Ocvirk about "Song of Saya," a surreal horror love story debuting last week from IDW Publishing, adapting an unusual Japanese videogame for English-speaking audiences.
In "Barbary Coast," Angel visits 1906 San Francisco's seediest district in search of a cure for his troublesome soul. We spoke with David Tischman about filling in the gaps of Angel's undead life.
IDW announced a number of new "Doctor Who' projects at Gallifrey One on Sunday, including the first ever United States annual, the final adventures featuring David Tennant and what the future holds for Matt Smith.
Brea Grant, who played Daphne on "Heroes," and her brother Zane team up for their first comic book project, a zombie apocalypse set in the 1920s. CBR spoke with the writers about "We Will Bury You," debuting next week from IDW.
The Life of Agony/Spoiler NYC musician releases his first horror comic series in April through IDW Publishing. CBR News spoke with Alan Robert about "Wire Hangers," which he wrote, illustrated, and pitched on Twitter.
Scott Tipton and Elena Casagrande describe the process behind adapting one of Joss Whedon’s most tragic "Angel" episodes, "A Hole In The World," to an IDW comic, from nailing the characters to making the dialogue sing.
Hailed as an epic adventure pitting Shakespeare's greatest heroes against his most frightening villains, what's not to love about "Kill Shakespeare?" Anthony Del Col and Conor McCreery discuss the upcoming IDW series.
Ben Templesmith and Marc Andreyko take the reins of “G.I. Joe Origins” #12 to reveal the secret history of the Baroness. CBR News spoke with the creators to find out what makes the Cobra villainess tick.
The iPad may be the hot topic of the moment, but IDW's Jeff Webber explains that looking past the surface of the mobile comics market, from iPhones to Sony's PSP, exposes new opportunities for publishers and fans.
We have the most extensive analysis of the impact Apple's iPad will have on the burgeoning mobile comics space with Marvel, IDW and the biggest names in mobile comics sales speaking on how iPad comics change the game.
This March, it's a nice month for a "Shotgun Wedding" as writer Tom Waltz teams with "A-Team" director Joe Carnahan to tell a pre-movie tale of Hannibal, Face, Murdoch and B.A. CBR spoke with Waltz about the four color prequel.
IDW Publishing has provided CBR with exclusive advance looks at two new titles that will be hitting stores this week: "Beyond the Wall" #3 and "Transformers: Bumblebee" #2!
Arriving alongside the highly anticipated "Army of Two: The 40th Day" game this week is the new "Army of Two" ongoing comic from IDW. Writer Peter Milligan gave CBR the lowdown on what fans can expect from the series.
With a new film on the horizon, the explosive action of "The A-Team" returns to comics in March, courtesy of IDW. CBR spoke with Chuck Dixon, writer of one of two biweekly miniseries, about his take on the classic '80s heroes.
The creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer weighs in on the unscheduled revelation that shocked fans, hints at what's in store for issue #31 and sets the record straight on his series' connection to IDW's "Angel."
Moviegoers will believe in (evil) angels next month as they see "Legion," but IDW's prequel comic provides background on the divine invasion and those who would try to stop it. CBR spoke with Tom Waltz about "Legion: Prophets."
"Little Adventures in Oz," collecting Eric Shanower's original Oz stories, arrives in January from IDW. We spoke with the creator about his adventures on the yellow brick road, including his current excursion with Marvel.
Kurt Busiek and David Wenzel's fantasy "The Wizard's Tale" about an evil wizard who can't get the knack of evil returns in January from IDW Publishing. CBR News spoke with Busiek about the newly remastered book.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents an exclusive first look at "Transformers: Nefarious" #1, the sequel to last summer's hit film, "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," written by Transformers legend Simon Furman with art by Carlos Magno.