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IDW Publishing set out to "rock this town" with announcements about "Star Trek/Planet of the Apes," "Garbage Pail Kids," "Rot & Ruin" and more.
Editor Carlos Guzman discusses IDW's plans for turning "Shadow Show," the Ray Bradbury tribute anthology, into a comic by Neil Gaiman, Joe Hill, Harlan Ellison & more.
"Ragnarok" creator Walter Simonson & "Super Secret Crisis War" writer Louise Simonson talk about creative problem solving and their 40 years together.
IDW Publishing has announced a "Garbage Pail Kids" comic, an anthology of loosely connected stories in the spirit of Art Spiegelman's original creation.
In the no one saw that coming category, IDW and BOOM! Studios have announced a crossover between their "Star Trek" & "Planet of the Apes" licenses.
Writer Erik Burnham talks "Galaxy Quest" & "TMNT/Ghostbusters," revealing to CBR what he has in store for the crews of both galaxy-hopping titles.
"TMNT" co-creator Kevin Eastman talks about his ups and downs with the Turtles and how IDW's series made him fall back in love with his characters.
Tim Burton's classic fractured fairy tale "Edward Scissorhands" is coming to comics at IDW and writer Kate Leth explains what brings Edward out of hiding.
PRESS RELEASE: IDW & Comics Experience Announce Publishing Alliance Featuring Creator-Owned Books from New Talent
Popular BBC America series "Orphan Black" makes the leap to comic books next year at IDW Publishing, with no further details revealed.
Ron Marz, Mike Bowden & David Baldeon talk turning Activision's "Skylanders" into a comic, confirm its ties to the upcoming "Trap Team" & more.
Just in time for Comic-Con week, IDW shows off previews of their latest titles including "My Little Pony: Friends Forever" and the "Monster Motors" one-shot.
Writer/artist Walter Simonson returns to creator-owned work with a Norse tale reminiscent of his groundbreaking work on "Thor" in IDW's "Ragnarok."
Artist Tom Scioli details his path from "Godland," to quitting the comic book business to success with IDW's "Transformers vs. G.I. Joe."
Ben Templesmith builds a new world in "The Squidder" #1, "a gripping story equal parts supernatural thriller, horror movie and action adventure."
IDW welcomes "Skylanders," "Edward Scissorhands," Steve Niles' "October Faction" and more to its line-up in October 2014.
This October at IDW, Egon, Peter, Ray and Winston meet the TMNT, and Edward Scissorhands gets his own miniseries. CBR has the first details.
IDW's "The Last Fall" #1 by Tom Waltz & Casey Maloney follows Marcus Fall on a bloodthirsty quest for revenge against the aliens who ruined his life.
All Blythe wants to do is complete her project, but her team mates want nothing to do with it in Georgia Ball & Nicanor Peña's "Littlest Pet Shop" #3.
Karl Kesel, Greg Scott & Vic Malhotra explore the earliest days of the X-Files as well as Mulder & Scully mystery in IDW's "X-Files: Year Zero" #1.
"Henry Poole is Here" writer Albert Torres has been tapped to adapt IDW's award-winning "Locke & Key" for film.
One of the toughest men on the planet is ready to face the ultimate Kung Fu warriors in Brian Ash & Marcelo Ferriera's "Black Dynamite" #3 from IDW.
Jeff Parker, Paul Tobin, Paco Rodriques and more tell new tales of the maddest fliers around in IDW's "Angry Birds" #2, on sale July 9.
This week Allison talks with her husband and Monkeybrain co-publisher Chris Roberson about her new roles as IDW's Director of Operations.
Greg continues juggling the responsibilities and dangers of being a faux superhero in Ken Kristensen & Giancarlo Caracuzzo's "Indestructible" #7.
Dexter must use his scientific mind to defeat his greatest foe; Princess Dee Dee in Derek Fridolfs & Ryan Jampole's "Dexter's Laboratory" #4 from IDW.
Monkeybrain Comics co-publisher Allison Baker has been named IDW Publishing's Director of Operations.
"X-Files: Year Zero" writer Karl Kesel tells CBR about the origin series, why he loves the '40s and weighs in on those "Fantastic Four" rumors.
Cullen Bunn drops the king of the monsters into a post-apocalyptic landscape in "Godzilla: Cataclysm" and tells CBR which other kaiju join him.
Walt Simonson explains why his take on the Norse apocalypse in the IDW-published "Ragnarök," is "some of the grimmest work I've ever done."
Heavy decisions must be made in IDW Publishing's "The Illegitimates" #6, as the the team struggles to figure out just how to save the world.
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.
Ed Brisson and Michael Gaydos' lead-in to "24: Live Another Day" continues in "24" #3, on sale June 25!
Walt Simonson opens up about the "Artist's Edition" of his 1981 collaboration with Stephen King, including how he never spoke to King and much more.
IDW will relaunch its main "G.I. Joe" series in September, written by science-fiction author Karen Traviss and illustrated by Steve Kurth.
IDW's September solicitations feature the new "G.I. Joe" series, Jonathan Maberry's "Rot & Ruin, the "Ghostbusters" finale and more.
Attendance increases from 61,000 in 2013! Copy of Sakyo Komatsu's first manga, from 1948, discovered in U.S.! Interviews with Walter Simonson and Marv Wolfman!
The V-8 organization recruits another warrior who will risk his life against the vampire terrorists in Jonathan Maberry & Alan Robinson's "V-Wars" #3.
The cuddly animals try their best to erase their new opponents before their grand opening in Georgia Ball's "Littlest Pet Shop" #2 from IDW.
Winter comes early in IDW's new "Winterworld" series by Chuck Dixon & Butch Guice, based on the classic miniseries. Earth grows cold on June 18!