Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
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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.
After the studio decided not to move forward with its original pilot, "Brooklyn Animal Control" is being rewritten and given a second chance.
Things look dire as the action shifts to Ravenloft in Jim Zub & Nelson Daniel's "Dungeons & Dragons" #1 from IDW.
There's a showdown at the Bent River Saloon brewing in IDW Publishing's "3 Devils" from Bo Hampton and Jeremy Mohler.
The plot thickens in IDW's "Ghostbusters International" by Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening as the crew hits a terrifying spot in (or under) Paris.
Aubrey Sitterson and Emilio Laiso deliver the showdown we never realized we wanted until we got it in IDW's Street Fighter & G.I. Joe crossover.
Georgia Ball and Amy Mebberson place everyone in peril with "Strawberry Shortcake" #1 as the Purple Pie Man leaves a bad taste wherever he goes.
IDW Publishing brings Rom the Space Knight back to comics, "Transformers" concludes "All Hail Optimus," a Sienkiewicz Artist's Edition and more!
Douglas Adams' holisitic detective takes on a bizarre case in Africa involving talking elephants, Dirk's past and more in an new issue from IDW.
Cinder is on the cusp of wizarding glory and only the Morgue can stop him in "Gutter Magic" #4, the final issue from Rich Douek and Brett Barkley.
The Holograms try to use Synergy to stop Dark Jem, creating something even worse in her place in Kelly Thompson & Sophie Cambell's "Jem" from IDW.
"Hell may be torture, but Ryan Ferrier and Valentin Ramon's 'Hot Damn' #1 is pure, gross fun."
Vampires are on the loose, Lucas is missing and that's just the beginning! Don't miss IDW's "The October Faction" #15 by Steve Niles & Damien Worm.
IDW will bring French-language Disney comics to the US for the first time, starting with a "lost" Mickey story. CBR has the first details.
The team behind "D4VE," Ryan Ferrier and Valentin Ramon, return to IDW with a story that takes you straight to Hell in "Hot Damn" #1.
Though no further details have yet been released, IDW Publishing teased Saturday in Seattle that a "Revolution" is less than a month away.
Inspired by Little Golden Books, Katie Cook & Andy Price tell the story of Rainbow Dash's worst day ever in IDW's "MLP: Friendship is Magic" #41.
This summer, John Layman and Chris Mooneyham are bringing together Predator, Aliens and Judge Dredd for an epic face-off.
CBR spoke with "Powerpuff Girls" animation writers Jake Goldman & Haley Mancini and returning artist Derek Charm about their new ongoing IDW series.
Scott Tipton's "Mickey Mouse Shorts: Season One" four-issue miniseries will adapt Disney Channel's recent "Mickey Mouse" animated series.
Paul Allor and Damian Couceiro's new "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" series will follow supporting characters like Casey Jones, Fugitoid and more.
"Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell capitalize on opportunities that bind the music and the story more closely" in "Jem and the Holograms" #13.
Will Mulder & Scully be able to stop Gibson Praise's master plan? Find out in IDW's "The X-Files: Season 11" finale by Joe Harris and Matthew Dow Smith.
First Lady Amelia Greene will save the country -- or destroy it -- in IDW's "The Eighth Seal" #5 by James Tynion IV and Jeremy Rock.
Ulises Farinas & Erick Freitas team with hot new artists to deliver fantastical tales starring the devil's horse, murder-bots and invading bears.