Max Landis' New Comic, "Green Valley," Presents a Fantasy-Free Tale of Knights and Redemption
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IDW's action-packed crossover continues with a showdown between "Street Fighter's" nefarious M. Bison and "G.I. JOE's" very own Jinx.
"Josie and the Pussycats" returns to comics, Gerard Way launches "Doom Patrol," Tarzan visits the Planet of the Apes and more must reads.
Ryan Ferrier and Valentin Ramon show the lighter side of Satan in the latest installment of IDW's "Hot Damn."
"Dark Jem" comes to a conclusion in the latest "Jem and the Holograms" offering from the fan-favorite creative team of Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell.
IDW and Hasbro's massive crossover event begins, "Star Trek" celebrates its 50th anniversary, Paul Dini's "Jingle Belle" gets collected and more.
The film adaptation of the IDW Publishing comic by Steve Niles and Breehn Burns has been 12 years in the making, and it's finally happening.
Donny Cates, Sandra Lanz and Mack Chater's new IDW Publishing comic will be a bi-monthly anthology series about the '60s "Star Trek" universe.
Joshua Hale Fialkov and Brian Churilla continue their "Godzilla" epic as the titular monster runs amok in an alternate dimension.
Joe Harris and Matthew Dow Smith deliver the chilling conclusion of their first "X-Files" arc, "Muerta."
John Barber and Paolo Villanelli bring Hasbro's Action Man to comics with IDW's "Revolution" around the corner.
The Eisner Award-winning artist discusses his latest horror anthology and returning to the world of his and Joe Hill's "Locke & Key."
The second issue of Jim Zub and Nelson Daniel's "Dungeons & Dragons" saga sees its characters lost in Ravenloft.
Based on the TellTale game, "Citizen Brown" rolls in with a second issue from Bob Gale, Erik Burnham and Alan Robinson.
As the title suggests, Bebop and Rocksteady leave a mess for the Turtles in next week's issue of their spotlight series.
"Revolution" brings Transformers, G.I. Joe and more together, and CBR has the first look at a behind-the-scenes video and Art Baltazar variant.
The action heats up in "Insufferable: On the Road" #5 from all-star creators Mark Waid and Peter Krause.
The meeting of Rarity and Maud Pie at a gem convention doesn't go over so well in a preview for next week's "MLP: Friends Forever" installment.
IDW debuts several pieces of art from the "Revolution" crossover by John Byrne, Tradd Moore, Adam Riches and more.
John Barber, Cullen Bunn and Fico Ossio discuss combining G.I. Joe, Transformers, Micronauts, M.A.S.K., Action Man and Rom into a single universe.
Get ready for the crossover between "Transformers," "G.I. Joe," "Action Man," "ROM," "Micronauts" and "M.A.S.K." with a new teaser.
IDW's crossing over "G.I. Joe," "Transformers," "Micronauts," "ROM," "Action Man," and "M.A.S.K." in a bi-weekly event series.
Ulises Farinas, Erick Freitas and a team of killer artists unleash deadly viruses, cowboxing, astronauts and more in IDW's "Amazing Forest."
BBC's adaptation has filled out its cast, which already includes Samuel Barnett, Hannah Marks and Elijah Wood.
IDW's "Judge Dredd" by Ulises Farinas, Erick Freitas & Jesus Redondo finds Dredd wondering if punishment fits virtual crimes.
Creator Chris Carter overseeing IDW's latest "X-Files" volume and you can get a first look at a new storyline by Joe Harris & Matthew Dow Smith.
Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell bring the "Dark Jem" saga to a close as the Holograms team with the Misfits to stop Silica's band.
IDW launches five #1s in five weeks including James Kochalka's "Superf*ckers" and "The Killer Inside Me," plus "Transformers," "X-Files" & more.
IDW's debut digital-first series is "X-Files: Origins," a four-issue miniseries focusing on (separate) adventures of teenage Mulder & Scully.
IDW has five new series launching in August under the "Creator Visions" umbrella, including the return of "Superf*ckers" and "Atomic Robo."
Steve Horton and Stephen Thompson's "Satellite Falling" #1 "is a genuine example of storytelling excellence in comics."
How does a hero handle those that worship him? IDW's "The Biggest Bang" by D.J. Kirkbride and Vassilis Gogtzilas will explore exactly that.
Look back at just some of Cooke's comics work, from "Catwoman" and "The New Frontier" to "The Spirit" and "Parker."
Baron Karza is a serious problem, but a small band of renegades will attempt to stop him in IDW's "Micronauts" by Cullen Bunn & Max Dunbar.
A former Black Badge Division scientist goes rogue and an army of zombies follow in IDW's "Wynonna Earp" #4 by Beau Smith and Lora Innes.
Brandon Easton and Tony Vargas explain how they're transforming '80s toy-and-cartoon franchise "M.A.S.K." into comic form.
A bounty hunter struggles with grief on a satellite full of aliens in IDW Publishing's "Satellite Falling" by Steve Horton & Stephen Thompson.
Doc Brown is stranded in 1931 and Marty McFly needs to hurry to save him in IDW's "Citizen Brown" #1 by Bob Gale, Erik Burnham & Alan Robinson.
IDW's "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" #42 brings you inside the party-centric pony's mind courtesy of Katie Cook and Andy Price.
An updated take on "M.A.S.K." will bring the '80s property into the 21st century with "Fast and Furious"-style action.
Teddy ticked off Satan and now he's ready for a night on the mean streets of Hell in IDW's "Hot Damn" by Ryan Ferrier & Valentin Ramon.