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Chris Ryall and Steve Niles share details on their new ongoing series, the upcoming Sony pictures "ZvR" adaptation and more.
Chaos ensues when weaponized eggs attack Piggy Island in IDW's "Angry Birds/Transformers" #3 by writer John Barber and artist Marcelo Ferreira.
Crossbred animals get out of control and only Rob Anderson & Fernando Melek's "Creature Cops" can restore order, on sale Jan. 28 from IDW.
No pony is safe in IDW's "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" #27 by Katie Cook & Andy Price as mystical creatures emerge from the Everfree Forest.
With a judge on the loose, an all-out manhunt ensues to bring him down in Duane Swierczynski & Nelson Daniel's "Judge Dredd" #27 from IDW.
Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and more will join Scrooge McDuck as IDW launches a new line of licensed Disney comics.
Disney's "Uncle Scrooge" waddles to IDW along with a new Pony event, "Drones" and "The Infinite Loop," all debuting from IDW Publishing in April.
Mike Raicht, Austin Harrison and Zach Howard's "Wild Blue Yonder" #6 from IDW sees the crew of the Dawn's take to the skies in a climactic battle.
Fifteen years after the cult Fox series ended, IDW brings "Millennium" back in a new comic by "X-Files" writer Joe Harris and artist Colin Lorimer.
Cult sci-fi classic "Galaxy Quest" returns, but this time to the comic shelves! The series comes from writer Erik Burnham and artist Nacho Arranz.
Mark Waid and Barry Kitson's villainos saga moves forward in print this April while the cynical superheroes of "Insufferable" arrive in May.
Chris Ryall & Ashley Wood's IDW series will make the jump to live-action in "Shrek" and "Chronicles of Narnia" director Andrew Adamson's film.
Chris Staros and Ted Adams discuss the future of Top Shelf at IDW, what it means for incoming titles like "March Book Two" and the story behind the deal.
The writer/artist flies solo for the new follow-up to the hit Cartoon Network crossover “Super Secret Crisis War.”
The Georgia-based publisher of such acclaimed graphic novels as "March," "Blankets" and "Owly" will become an imprint of IDW. UPDATED with a comment from Chris Staros on Alan Moore.
Chuck Dixon discusses working with Bane co-creator Graham Nolan on their creator-owned title, and why he's fine being "no longer welcome" at the Big Two.
The writer and editor talks with ROBOT 6 about the journey of the sci-fi and fantasy anthology from Kickstarter to wide release through IDW Publishing.
Kate Leth and Drew Rausch flip the script in IDW's "Edward Scissorhands" #3 as a crisis forces the townspeople to turn to Edward for help.
The Angry Bird's precious eggs are finally captured thanks to Professor Pig's newest invention in IDW Publishing's "Angry Birds Comics" #7.
The surviving members of V-8 hunt down plans for a vampire gene screener in IDW's "V-Wars" #9 by Jonathan Maberry & Alan Robinson.
From "Adventures of Superman" to "Zero," here's the complete ranking of CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2014, encompassing multiple genres and publishers.
Everybody wants something from Dredd in IDW's "Judge Dredd" #26 by Duane Swierczynski, Steve Scott & Mark Torres, on sale Dec. 24.
IDW resurrects the '80s greatest treasure, the Garbage Pail Kids, for an all-new Puke-tacular featuring Peter Bagge, Dean Haspiel and more creators.
Joe Harris says it might not be Santa up on the rooftop next week as he discusses his "X-Files X-Mas Special" and the series' next story arc, "Elders."
"Jem & the Holograms" return, Joe Casey & Jim Mahfood remix "Miami Vice" and the next great "Transformers" epic begins in March at IDW Publishing.
IDW Publishing will release Walter Simonson's "Ragnarok" #3 on Dec. 17, which follows Thor and his journey through the haunted Dusk Lands.
Read a preview of IDW's "The Bigger Bang" #2 as D.J. Kirkbride and Vassilis Gogtzilas prepare the most powerful being alive for... friendship?
Peter Bagge and Dean Haspiel discuss getting gross to celebrate 30 years of debauchery with "Garbage Pail Kids Comic Book Puketacular" #1.
Hiroshi must revisit the sins of his past as Godzilla fights an unwinnable fight in Cullen Bunn & Dave Wachter's "Godzilla: Cataclysm" #5 from IDW.
Ron Marz talks about the challenges of bringing the best-selling "Skylanders" franchise to comics, and writing comics aimed at kids.
Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood partner up for "Miami Vice Remix," a stylish modern-day take on the classic '80s cop drama from IDW and Lion Forge.
The Angry Birds take charge of the North Pole and nothing will ever be the same again. Don't miss out on IDW's "Angry Birds Holiday Special."
Someone is stalking Fredrick and the whole family may be in trouble in IDW's "The October Faction" #3 by Steve Niles & Damien Worm.
Pinkie Pie is powerless to resist PheNOMNOMeno treats in IDW Publishing's "My Little Pony: Friends Forever" #12 by Barbara Kesel & Brenda Hickey.
The Holograms and the Misfits will make their comic book debut in March 2015 in an ongoing series from Kelly Thompson and Ross Campbell.
"G-23" follows an early meeting between Mulder and the Cigarette Smoking Man in IDW's "X-Files" #19 by Joe Harris and Tom Mandrake, on sale Dec. 3.
Katie Cook, writer of IDW's "My Little Pony" ongoing series, discusses her approach to all-ages comics, her webcomic "Gronk" and career trajectory.
The underground cartoonist talks about his controversial and beloved run on E.C. Segar's legendary character, and what it means to finally see it in print.
Erik Burnham, Tom Waltz & Dan Schoening ain't afraid of no ghosts -- or turtles -- in IDW's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters" crossover.
Best-selling video game "Skylanders" continues its comic book adventures at IDW in a new issue by Ron Marz, David A. Rodriguez and David Baldeon.