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IDW Publishing and Hasbro revealed their upcoming plans for “Transformers,” “G.I. Joe” and more at Comic-Con International.
Tim uses his experiences with the public playtest of the new Dungeons & Dragons rules as a springboard to ponder about Marvel and DC comics and "The Myth of the Rational Reader."
One of the great artists of Marvel's Bronze Age, Sal Buscema spoke with CBR News about his long career, being legendary and his current work inking "G.I. Joe" and "Dungeons and Dragons: Forgotten Realms" for IDW.
Building on its successful "Dungeons and Dragons" license, IDW launches an ongoing "Forgotten Realms" series in April, written by Realms campaign creator Ed Greenwood. We spoke with Greenwood about the project.
IDW CCO Chris Ryall leads a call on the return of "Infestation" – the crossover heavy event whose second installment features Transformers, Ninja Turtles, GI Joe and more battling it out against invading monsters straight out of Lovercraft.
In IDW's "Infestation 2," "Transformers," "G.I. Joe," "TMNT," "30 Days of Night," "Dungeons & Dragons" and more will face Lovecraft's demonic Old Ones. We spoke with Chief Creative Officer Chris Ryall about the event.
Tim looks back on recent trends and talks about sword and sorcery comics then and now while highlighting the best of the new breed of "Gamer Comics" from the likes of Nate Simpson, John Rogers and more.
CBR News spoke with writer Alex Irvine about “Dark Sun,” IDW Publishing's second “Dungeons and Dragons” series, discussing details about the heroes, villains and monsters of the 5-issue mini drawn by Peter Bergting.
IDW creators sat down with fans during the publisher's Hasbro-themed panel at Comic-Con International to discuss what's coming up next in the worlds of Transformers, G.I.Joe and Dungeons & Dragons comic series.
IDW editors Andy Schmidt and Denton Tipton spoke with CBR News about the C2E2 announcement on the new line of "D&D" comics being released by the publisher later this year.
IDW Publishing has struck a deal with Hasbro to publish several new comic series based on the popular "Dungeons & Dragons" franchise, starting with a #0 issue in August, 2010.
"Dungeons & Dragons Online," the MMO based on the roleplaying game, will be moving to a free-to-play model this Summer. CBR spoke with Turbine's Kate Paizto find out what the change means for the game and its players.