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John Barber, Marcelo Ferreira, and Livio Ramondelli take two powerhouse franchises and blend action and comedy in IDW's "Angry Birds/Transformers" #1.
The Donald Duck cartoonist talks taking the feathered furies on a North Pole adventure, and why he'd be unlikely to work on any Disney/Angry Bird mash-ups.
CBR has an exclusive look at writer Paul Tobin's "Angry Birds Comics," in which the Angry Birds are out of a job, replaced by the Pigs!
"Transformer vs. G.I. Joe" writer John Barber chats about IDW Publishing's mash-up "Angry Birds Transformers" mini and reveals the powerful force that brings bird and bot together.
Paul Tobin continues to fly high with two brand-new "Angry Bird" stories sure to have readers flocking to comic shops for more!
IDW Publishing and Hasbro revealed their upcoming plans for “Transformers,” “G.I. Joe” and more at Comic-Con International.
The battle between pig and bird continues in Jeff Parker & Paul Tobin's "Angry Birds Comics" #3 as newly invented devices come into play.
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.
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!
On the last day of WonderCon, IDW celebrated Easter by focusing squarely on their multiple all-ages comics, including their Cartoon Network slate.
Jeff Parker discusses bringing "Angry Birds" to comics with IDW, reveals if the famously mute characters will finally break their silence and more.
A smash hit video game, a comic book classic and a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series are the tip of IDW Publishing's June 2014 iceberg.
This week's challenge to CSBG's artists was a simple one: draw your favorite superheroes as Angry Birds, including the Fantastic Four, X-Men, Robin(s) and, of course, Angry Birds of Prey!
What better way to celebrate Easter than with the Angry Birds? At least, that's what SPINOFF is proposing in the return of its Development Deal column.
Diamond Book Distributors has announced a deal with Rovio Entertainment to exclusively handle the bookstore distribution of titles based on the developer's "Angry Birds" property.