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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.
John Barber, Marcelo Ferreira, and Livio Ramondelli take two powerhouse franchises and blend action and comedy in IDW's "Angry Birds/Transformers" #1.
IDW presents an exclusive preview the second installment of Kate Leth and Drew Rausch's "Edward Scissorhands," on sale Nov. 28.
The writers reveal why they're opting for the classic versions of both properties, which comedian is helping with the IDW/BOOM! project and more.
Writer Flint Dille discusses the finale of his epic "Transformers" trilogy, which explored the previously unknown history of Megatron and Optimus Prime.
IDW Publishing brings BBC's smash hit "Orphan Black" to comics, Bane creators Chuck Dixon & Graham Nolan reinvent a monster and more this February.
Chuck Dixon & Butch Guice bring the first arc of the new "Winterworld" series from IDW to an explosive finale with issue #4 on Nov. 19.
CBR has an exclusive preview of "The Max: Maxximized" #13, IDW's latest remastered issue of writer/artist Sam Kieth's classic series.
Cullen Bunn and Dave Wachter deliver an epic battle to the death in IDW's "Godzilla: Cataclysm" #4. Humanity's fate will be decided on Nov. 19.
Writer Ted Anderson tells CBR about using the light-hearted "My Little Pony" special to tackle a serious subject, his own school days and more.
The Donald Duck cartoonist talks taking the feathered furies on a North Pole adventure, and why he'd be unlikely to work on any Disney/Angry Bird mash-ups.
The baddest detective in town investigates the murder of a basketball star in Brian Ash and Jun Lofamia's "Black Dynamite" #4 from IDW.
Sam Kieth contributes the first new "The Maxx" story in 20 years to IDW's "Hero Comics 2014," featuring an all-star line-up of creators.
CBR has an exclusive look at writer Paul Tobin's "Angry Birds Comics," in which the Angry Birds are out of a job, replaced by the Pigs!
CBR has an exclusive preview of IDW's "The X-Files: Season 10," where the disappearance of two agents is explored in a special standalone story.
Shane McCarthy discusses returning to his Transformer creation Drift in "Empire of Stone," and his reaction to Michael Bay's "Age of Extinction" film.
"Transformer vs. G.I. Joe" writer John Barber chats about IDW Publishing's mash-up "Angry Birds Transformers" mini and reveals the powerful force that brings bird and bot together.
Louise Simonson & Derek Charm continue their epic cartoon crossover at IDW with a new issue of Cartoon Network's "Super Secret Crisis War!"
Kate Leth discusses the challenges of bringing Tim Burton's 'teen goth' to life, switching creative gears from kid-friendly to darker material and more.
Kate Leth and Drew Rausch's "Edward Scissorhands" #1 is "a welcome and respectful return of one of Burton's more beloved creations."
IDW starts off 2015 with "Millennium's" comics arrival, a "Galaxy Quest" comic and more TMNT, "Transformers" and "My Little Pony!"
Kate Leth & Drew Rausch pick up five decades after Tim Burton's film with an all-new adventure in IDW's "Edward Scissorhands" #1, on sale Oct. 22.
"The Fall of G.I. Joe" continues at IDW as Karen Traviss and Steve Kurth continue their earth-shaking story in "G.I. Joe" #2 on October 22.
Erik Burnham and Tom Waltz bring two unlikely teams together in IDW Publishing's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters" crossover event.
Check out this exclusive preview from IDW of Mikey Neumann and Agustin Padilla's "Borderlands: The Fall of Fyrestone" #3, based off the popular video game.
IDW's exploration of the origin of the X-Files reaches its penultimate chapter in "X-Files: Year Zero" #4 by Karl Kesel, Vic Malhotra & Greg Scott.
Writers Matthew Scott Krentz and Vernon Whitlock III discuss the debut volume of their kung fu graphic novel "Blaze Brothers."
"X-Files: Season 10" writer Joe Harris tells CBR about reviving Chris Carter's other cult favorite series "Millennium" in a new IDW miniseries.
IDW Publishing will release deluxe hardcover editions of the "Amazing Spider-Man" comic strip through its Library of American Comics imprint.
The cable network with a focus on the animal kingdom is looking to make a jump to scripted drama with the undead story created by Joshua Ortega and Digger Mesch.
IDW talent discussed the many successful comics in the IDW/Hasbro partnership, from "Transformers" to "My Little Pony" and now "Jem and the Holograms."
"Cobra Files" writer Mike Costa teams with Paolo Villanelli for IDW's "Snake Eyes: Agent of Cobra" to send the ninja on a secretive new mission.
The beloved '80s rock-n-roll adventure cartoon is headed to comics ahead of its big-screen debut, and CBR has the first look at IDW's "Jem."