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John Raffo & Nur Iman bring Cray and his students face to face with the inhuman Superfecta-5 with the future of the planet in the balance.
The hard-as-nails cop steps in for "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" writers Scott Marder & Rob Rosell, revealing the best way to shotgun a beer and more.
IDW Publishing's 'mix tape' panel highlighted its partners in bringing digital comics from Lion Forge, Monkeybrain and more to print.
Greg continues juggling the responsibilities and dangers of being a faux superhero in Ken Kristensen & Giancarlo Caracuzzo's "Indestructible" #7.
John Cray keeps trying to protect ZenZion from new evils in Darby Pop/IDW Publishing's "The 7th Sword" #3 by John Raffo & Nur "Popia" Iman.
Ben uncovers the true motives behind Golden Shield in Eric Garcia & Michael Montenat's "City: The Mind in the Machine" #4 from IDW & Darby Pop.
Ken Kristensen takes on the second arc of Darby Pop & IDW's "Indestructible" #2 with art by Giancarlo Caracuzzo, on sale April 9.
Ben explores the fantastic abilities given to him by Golden Shield in IDW's "City: The Mind in the Machine" #2 by Eric Garcia & Javier Fernandez.
IDW's Darby Pop imprint launches its second all-new title, "City: The Mind in the Machine" #1 by "Mathstick Men" writer Eric Garcia and Javier Fernandez.
John Raffo, screenwriter of "The Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story," talks with ROBOT 6 about his comics debut with "The 7th Sword."
"Matchstick Men" writer Eric Garcia discusses setting his Big Brother-esque "City" in San Francisco & its NSA parallels. Plus, exclusive art.
Jeff Kline and David Wohl talk the philosophy behind their freshly launched Darby Pop imprint, and its first series, "Indestructible."
IDW Publishing has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in December 2013 including new "TMNT," "My Little Pony," "Doctor Who," "Star Trek" and more!
IDW Publishing EIC Chris Ryall hosted a lively panel chock full of announcements including new projects from Walter Simonson, Joe Hill, Gabriel Rodriguez, Sam Kieth, "SNL's" Taran Killam and more.