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Writer Georgia Ball joins IDW's Transformers franchise in July with the adaptation of animated series "Transformers: Robots in Disguise."
Even a quarantine may not be enough to prevent a full outbreak in IDW's "The Fly: Outbreak" #2 by Brandon Seifert & menton 3.
Fred and the family must confront Robot Face in Steve Niles & Damien Worm's "The October Faction" #6, on sale April 15 from IDW Publishing.
Undead cars and trucks are driving the Earth in IDW's "Monstor Motors: The Curse of Minivan Helsing" #2 by Brian Lynch & Nick Roche.
First teased at WonderCon, IDW Publishing has released new details of the August-debuting comic book adaptation of James Sallis' "Drive."
Writer Brandon Seifert and artist menton3 discuss body horror, infectious diseases, the definition of horror and more.
Suspect allegedly set down hammer to pick up comic! IDW reported more than $25 million in revenues last year! Bill Watterson interviews Richard Thompson!
CTM Media Holdings, which owns a majority interest in IDW Publishing, has changed its name to IDW Media Holdings.
Though they once wanted him dead, the community now welcomes Edward and hope to "fix" him in Kate Leth & Drew Rausch's "Edward Scissorhands" #6.
Scott & David Tipton will co-write an adaptation of the Nicholas Meyer mystery novel "The Seven-Per-Cent Solution" as a comic for IDW Publishing.
The Green Lantern Corps and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise will meet for the first time in an upcoming miniseries from IDW and DC Comics.
CBR has the exclusive first look at a teaser for a comic based on "Drive," the James Sallis novel that inspired the Ryan Gosling film.
Store to help with burial costs of teen killed when car crashed into building. Tokyo man charged with pirating manga! Interviews with Ted Adams and Gail Simone!
Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood reinvent an '80s icon, translating Michael Mann's cutting edge vision of Miami to the comic book page.
Kevin Eastman is now working exclusively for IDW Publishing, and he talked exclusively with CBR about the decision and his new projects.
The unforgettable "The Fall of G.I. Joe" epic by Karen Traviss and Steve Kurth soldiers on in IDW Publishing's "G.I. Joe" #7, on sale April 1.
IDW brought new properties and new series including "Ghostbusters: Get Real" and “Godzilla In Hell" to Seattle.
Agent Fox Mulder must revisit painful memories from his past in IDW Publishing's "The X-Files: Season 10" #22 by Joe Harris and Matthew Dow Smith.
IDW's latest adaptation of the work of legendary sci-fi writer Richard Matheson is "The Shrinking Man," written by IDW CEO Ted Adams.
IDW veterans Chris Ryall and Gabriel Rodríguez are set to reunite for "Onyx," a science-fiction miniseries starring a female alien warrior.
The company behind a "Walking Dead" mobile game finds itself again in the world of comic books, with the multi-platform "Compass Point: West."
Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood's "Miami Vice Remix" #1 "has so much swagger that it establishes a look and vibe all its own."
Kate Leth hints at what lies ahead for Tim Burton's most gentle character and what it's been like to revisit her inner-teenaged goth.
Meg's mom is the ringleader of a misguided town mob in IDW Publishing's "Edward Scissorhands" #5 by Kate Leth & Drew Rausch, on sale March 25.
Space-faring humans return to Earth and find zombies, robots and... mermen? Get your first look at IDW's "ZvR" #3 by Chris Ryall & Anthony Diecidue.
IDW gives Disney's icon a new #1, Mariko Tamaki launches a new TMNT series plus the latest "Star Trek," "Transformers," "G.I. Joe" and much more.
Writer Mariko Tamaki and artist Irene Koh join forces to chronicle April O'Neil and Casey Jones' epic road trip in a new IDW limited series.
Disneyland turns 60 this year, and three new variant covers for "Uncle Scrooge," Mickey Mouse" and "Donald Duck" will mark the occasion.
The new hardcover collection will feature artwork from the acclaimed series by Garry Leach, Alan Davis and John Totleben.
Starscream seeks to grow his Cybertronian Empire by taking over the Windblade's homeworld in Barber & Ramondelli's "Transformers" #39 from IDW.
Brandon Seifert & menton3 deliver an official sequel to David Cronenberg's classic film in IDW's "The Fly: Outbreak" #1, on sale March 18.
Trouble is headed straight for Ponyville in "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" #28 from the fan-favorite team of Katie Cook & Andy Price.
"Elders" begins in IDW Publishing's "X-Files" #21 by Joe Harris & Matthew Dow Smith, in which new secrets arise as the the "Syndicate" reforms.
This new collection from popular cartoonist Berkeley Breathed will collect some of the artist's earliest works, particularly from his college days.
Walter Simonson continues his tale of Thor's quest in this exclusive IDW preview "Ragnarok" #4, featuring a battle of fists and wits!
"Kelly Thompson and Ross Campbell's 'Jem and the Holograms' #1 is poised to launch Jem back into the collective pop culture consciousness."
Derek Charm continues his "Smash Up" of Cartoon Network characters in "Powerpuff Girls Super Smash-Up" #2 as they dog sit Courage, the Cowardly Dog.
Dragons are a major problem for Luna and Spike in this preview of IDW's "My Little Pony: Friends Forever" #14 by Jeremy Whitley & Agnes Garbowska.
Celebrated artist Tommy Lee Edwards joins writer Chuck Dixon for IDW Publishing's "Winterworld" #0, a special issue that explores Wynn's dark past.
Maighread Scott and John Barber explain the insane ambitions of Cybertron's dark lord Starscream, and why Transformers are "inherently male and female."