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The Hasbro x 3A series will feature collectibles from such classic toy lines as Transformers, G.I. Joe and ROM.
The latest addition to the Marvel x 3A line features Peter Parker and Spider-Man as reimagined by Ashley Wood.
Hot Toys unveils Finn from "The Force Awakens," Funko has a "Batman v Superman" bonanza, McFarlane Toys has new "Walking Dead" toys and a statue!
3A Toys has revealed more images and details of its Steel Age Batman, the first in a line of DC Comics action figures designed by Ashley Wood.
Chris Ryall & Nelson Daniel's "String Divers" #5 closes out with the story of a desperate attempt to avoid plunging the world into quantum chaos.
For the upcoming line of figures, Ashley Wood imagines a word where DC's greatest heroes have fallen and robots are created to take their place.
A battle has ripped a hole in the sky, bringing all kinds of monsters to Earth in IDW's "String Divers" #3 from Chris Ryall & Nelson Daniel.
The zombies surge forward after the humans, heading right into the ocean in Ryall, Wood, Collins & Fuso's "Zombies vs. Robots" #9 from IDW.
The true events of what led to Earth's destruction are revealed in Ashley Wood, Chris Ryall & Antonio Fuso's "Zombies vs. Robots" #8 from IDW.
Chris Ryall and company take a step back from the ZvR war to tell the tale of mysterious man on the moon in IDW's "Zombies vs. Robots" #7.
Robots and zombies continue to battle, while the humans fight to stay alive in Ashley Wood, Chris Ryall & Steve Niles' "Zombies vs. Robots" #6!
DST comes out strong with a solid batch of solicits while Mattel honors Harold Ramis with an SDCC exclusive and much, much more.
IDW's "Zombies vs. Robots" #5 by Chris Ryall & Anthony Diecidue sees a new friendship ripped apart and a safe place coming under attack.
Following a handful of teasers, 3A Toys has at last fully revealed its 1/6th-scale Ultron collectible figure, designed by Ashley Wood.
Ultron scores a Hot Toys and 3A unveiling this week, while Funko shows classic Star Wars Pop Vinyls and Mattel has plans for DC's new initiative.
IDW brought new properties and new series including "Ghostbusters: Get Real" and “Godzilla In Hell" to Seattle.
Chris Ryall and Steve Niles share details on their new ongoing series, the upcoming Sony pictures "ZvR" adaptation and more.
Alan Martin's Tank Girl returns in "The Power of Tank Girl," collecting three plutonium-deprived stories drawn by Rufus Dayglo & Ashley Wood.
Steve Niles discusses his upcoming "Mystery Society" special for IDW, dishing out plot details on the genre-bending comic, updating CBR on his and Wes Craven's "Coming of Rage" and "Chin Music" with Tony Harris.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Crow" #1, John Shirley and Kevin Colden's take on James O'Barr's classic mythos. The new series debuts July 11.
Novelist John Shirley helped make James O'Barr's "The Crow" a pop culture phenomenon with the 1994 film adaptation. CBR spoke to him about IDW's July relaunch of the vengeful spirit.
IDW Publishing has released an early look at its July-debuting "Crow" series, written by John Shirley featuring art by Kevin Colden with Kyle Hotz and Ashley Wood on covers.
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.
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.
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.
A few apocalypses later, Chris Ryall's "Zombies vs. Robots" returns in the four-issue miniseries "Aventure," this time joined by three new artists. CBR spoke with Ryall about the February debuting series.
IDW Publishing recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, and CBR News spoke with company President Ted Adams and Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall about the publisher's history and future.