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Brian Lynch, Ryan North, Jerry Gaylord & Ian McGinty will take on BOOM!'s "Bill & Ted's Most Triumphant Return" starting in March.
IDW and its creators announced new titles and highlighted creator-owned books, as well as signing "Locke & Key" artist Gabriel Rodriguez to an exclusive.
Writer Brian Lynch discusses "TMNT Villains Micro-Series #4: Alopex," touching on the origin of the character, her unwavering allegiance to the Shredder and how the issue ties in with the current "City Fall" storyline.
IDW Editor-in-Chief and Chief Creative Officer Chris Ryall remembers his recently departed friend and colleague, "Angel: After the Fall" and "Spike" artist Franco Urru, who passed away on November 30.
IDW has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Micro-Series - Donatello" #3 written by Brian Lynch and Tom Waltz with art by Valerio Schiti. Donatello's solo outing begins February 29.
In a special wrap up interview exploring six years of Joss Whedon's vampire hero in comics, IDW EiC Chris Ryall discusses the publisher bringing "Angel" back, the story behind "After The Fall" and the role of canonicity.
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 Publishing, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Spike" #4 written by Brian Lynch with art and cover by Franco Urru. Spike's reunion with Drusilla continues this Wednesday, January 12.
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.
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.
Coming soon to a comic store near you, writer Brian Lynch presents "Angel Annual #1: Last Angel in Hell," an adaptation of a fake Angel film starring Nicholas Cage. CBR spoke with Lynch about the issue, in stores in December.