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DC Comics' tubular team-up with IDW by James Tynion IV & Freddie Williams II continues with Shredder and the Penguin joining forces.
Keith Carmack and Vincent Nappi continue their chilling vision of the dangerous Victorie City and a series of supernatural murders for IDW.
Detective Dunk investigates stolen swords in Ulises Farinas, Erick Freitas and Caitlin Rose Boyle's "Amazing Forest" #2 from IDW Publishing.
Writer Joshua Hale Fialkov talks with CBR about transforming the terrible thunder lizard a veritable god in "Godzilla Oblivion."
IDW Publishing's "Wynonna Earp" will debut on Syfy on April 1, and the first 30-second teaser trailer for the live-action series has arrived.
Collection filled 106 longboxes! Belgian creator Hermann says he'd accept Grand Prix d’Angouleme! How IDW, Dynamite and BOOM! have grown! Plus more!
A twisted killer offers a disturbing solution to a chef's complaints in writer Keith Carmack and artist Vincent Nappi's thrilling debut.
A special clone named Veera hides away at a meeting of "Clones Anonymous" in IDW Publishing's "Orphan Black: Helsinki" #3 from the show's writers.
Major franchises start anew, "Apocrypha Now!" makes the Bible irreverent plus the debuts of "Star Trek: Manifest Destiny" & "Strawberry Shortcake."
Free Comic Book Day 2016 is going to be out of this world thanks to "Rom: Featuring Action Man" #0 by Chris Ryall, Christos Gage & David Messina.
IDW is resurrecting the beloved '80s toyline-turned-comic series "Micronauts" as an ongoing series. Take a look at the first issue's covers here.
Optimus Prime and Windblade stumble upon Predaking's cave while Russel and Fixit try to escape Steeljaw's in a new issue from IDW Publishing.
Ulises Farinas, Erick Freitas and Dan McDaid's "Judge Dredd" #2 sees Dredd fight to establish order in an unruly Mega-Block in Mega-City One.
Writer Aubrey Sitterson provides CBR with a tale of the tape for the initial bouts of IDW's upcoming "Street Fighter X G.I. Joe" miniseries.
A year's worth of CBR reviews -- more than a thousand! -- have been translated into charts illustrating 2015's best-reviewed comics and creators.
A weakened Onyx faces spore-controlled humans, mutates and General Mount in the final issue of IDW's "Onyx" by Gabriel Rodriguez & Chris Ryall.
Doc has to hide the DeLorean and a new time machine from his kids and Marty in IDW's "Back to the Future" #4 with stories by screenwriter Bob Gale.
It's field trip time in the mountains as a bird-watching competition begins in IDW's "Friendship is Magic" #38 by Christina Rice & Agnes Garbowska.
James Tynion IV & Jeremy Rock reveal a horrific conspiracy tied to the beginnings of American government as Amelia Cole gets caught in its web.
Georgia Ball and Amy Mebberson bring Strawberry Shortcake and her friends to comics courtesy of IDW with a zero issue for Free Comic Book Day.
Geoff and Vivian will need all their training to fight zombies and save their dad in IDW's "The October Faction" #12 by Steve Niles & Damien Worm.
Paul Tobin, Paco Rodriques & Stefano Intini bring Rovio's fearless flyers, the Angry Birds, back in an all-new comic series starting January 6.
From "A Silent Voice" to "Zodiac Starforce," here's the full list of the wide range of comics and graphic novels that made 2015's CBR's Top 100!
Kelly Thompson and Corin Howell's "Jem and the Holograms" #10 "is another victory for a series far more enjoyable than one might have ever thought."
Michael Benedetto and Antonio Fuso continue their comic book adaptation of James Sallis' "Drive" for IDW as the stakes continue to rise.
Helsinki means death for the clones in IDW's "Orphan Black: Helsinki" #2 by John Fawcett, Graeme Manson, Heli Kennedy, Wayne Nichols & Fico Ossio.
Kelly Thompson and Corin Howell tell the story of the Holograms and the Misfits from the perspective of Rio Pacheco in IDW's "Jem" #10.
CBR has the exclusive first look at the tournament brackets for IDW's fight-tastic "Street Fighter X G.I. JOE" miniseries.
Normally during the holidays the biggest fear is the arrival of annoying family members. The Lone Gunman have to worry about that plus aliens.
Corporal Holloway finds jetpack training deadly in IDW Publishing's "The Rocketeer at War" #1 by Marc Guggenheim & Dave Bullock.
Chris Ryall & Nelson Daniel's "String Divers" #5 closes out with the story of a desperate attempt to avoid plunging the world into quantum chaos.
IDW Publishing's biggest titles go the "What If...?" route, "Stark Trek" explores Spock's legacy, plus a new "Mars Attacks" invades comic shops.
John Layman, Andy Kuhn and John McCrea team for IDW's latest series starring the classic brainy-headed alien invaders.
An adaptation of the acclaimed graphic novel trilogy about life in rural Ontario is being developed for Canadian television.
IDW launches a new Dredd ongoing from writers Ulises Farinas & Erick Freitas and artist Dan McDaid that finds Mega-City One... in the Stone Age?
Jem and the Holograms and The Misfits draw each other in their label's gift exchange in "Jem Holiday Special" by Kelly Thompson & Amy Mebberson.
James Tynion IV and Freddie Willaims II's "Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" #1 will "make you laugh while pumping your fist."
Tom Waltz and Zach Howard talk with CBR about a world where Shredder leads the Turtles against Splinter and his allies.
Chris Ryall and Christos Gage spoke with CBR about transforming their love for the classic character into all-new star-spanning comic book adventures.
Marty's parents might not wed but he's nowhere in sight! It's up to the Doc to make it right in IDW's "Back to the Future" #3 from Bob Gale & Co.