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Ulises Farinas, Erick Freitas & Dan McDaid's try to solve the mystery of Mega-City One in "Judge Dredd" #4, but will it only bring more questions?
Against their judgement and ahead of schedule, a group of scientists open a rift in Joshua Hale Fialkov & Brian Churilla's "Godzilla: Oblivion."
Infection spreads in Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell's "Jem" #17 whenever Jem and the Holograms play Dark Jem sounds.
Paul Allor and Corey Lewis' "G.I. Joe Deviations" "is a goofy, thoroughly enjoyable look at what might happen if Cobra Commander got what he wanted."
The oversized, limited edition hardcover collects the iconic artist's entire run on "New Mutants," as well as "X-Men Unlimited" #43.
"Locke & Key's" Hill and Rodriguez reunite, "TMNT's" other mutants get a miniseries, plus "Action Man" debuts, "Star Trek," "Jem" and much more.
"Transformers: Till All Are One" debuts from IDW in June, and CBR has the first details on Mairghread Scott & Sara Pitre-Durocher's latest.
The new five-issue "TMNT" miniseries from Dustin Weaver, Ben Bates and more will be released weekly starting in June.
Cobra Commander finds a way to attack the Joes with a global weather crisis in IDW's latest "Deviations" story by Paul Allor & Corey Lewis.
Dive with IDW's "The Rocketeer at War!" as Marc Guggenheim & Dave Bullock's hero dodges depth charges in a thrilling underwater adventure.
A new featurette offers all the information you need to hit the ground running when Syfy's comics-based supernatural Western debuts in April.
Beau Smith and Lora Innes bring to life their own version of the "Wild West" at IDW as Wynonna Earp takes down Mars Del Ray.
When the White Man comes upon a group of traveling gypsies, a tense standoff that changes everything begins in this new IDW series.
Ted Anderson & Brenda Hickey crack open Twilight and Rainbow Dash's photo album to remember the first year at the school for gifted unicorns.
"Insufferable: On the Road" writer and Thrillbent co-founder Mark Waid discusses his story and working in all aspects of the comic book industry.
Writers James Roberts and John Barber look back at the massive changes they've put IDW's Transformers comics through, and ahead to 50 more issues.
The holistic detective gets into a fight with a stewardess mid-flight in Arvind Ethan David and Ilias Kyriazis' "A Spoon Too Short" #2 from IDW.
Amy Chu & Elena Casagrande's "Deviations" tale takes on "The X-Files" as young Fox Mulder gets abducted and his sister searches for answers.
Yasmin Sheikh's Luna returns to the Funzone to crash a party, only to find out she wasn't invited and now can't escape. Oops!
John Layman & Andy Kuhn explore the days after the Martians' victory at IDW and humanity's survivors dreams of escape from the occupation.
The father of cyberpunk tells CBR about working with IDW and artist Butch Guice to make a story about alternate realities his first comic book.
Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell's "Jem and the Holograms" #12 "is another hit single."
Beau Smith and Lora Innes' "Wynonna Earp" #1 "is an excellent example of how great comic book storytelling can impress newcomers and old fans alike."
Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez are back with "Tales from the Darkside," and CBR has the debut of Charles Paul Wilson III's variant cover to #1.
Abbey Chase kicks, flips, punches and grins her way to victory while stealing back a valuable briefcase in IDW's "Danger Girl: Renegade" finale.
Mega-City One is still a prehistoric mess as Dredd tries to uphold the law in "Judge Dredd" #3 by Ulises Farinas, Erick Freitas & Dan McDaid.
IDW's latest issue of "Orphan Black" by the show's creators introduces a new clone as the others discover they're being watched.
The Skylands are in peril and only Dive-Clops can save them in IDW's "Skylanders" comic by Ron Marz, David Rodriguez & Fico Ossio.
The "Locke & Key" creative team will collaborate on a comic book revival of the horror anthology TV series "Tales from the Darkside."
"Dirk Gently" EPs Max Landis and Arvind Ethan David discuss the new incarnation of Douglas Adams' Holistic Detective on TV and in comics.
Telltale's "Back to the Future" game comes to comics, "Transformers: Sins of the Wreckers" concludes, plus "X-Files," "Ninja Turtles" and more.
"Funny and frolicsome, Kelly Thompson and Jen Bartel's 'Jem and the Holograms' special costs less than a box of chocolates and is way sweeter."
Gibson Praise's master plan is almost complete as Mulder and Scully try to stop him in Joe Harris & Matthew Dow Smith's "X-Files: Season 11" #7.
Fred decides Vivian and Geoff are ready for a real case, but Steve Niles & Damien Worm will make sure their first test isn't easy.
Kimber's fortunes are foretold in Kelly Thompson and Jen Bartel's "Jem and the Holograms Valentine's Day Special 2016" from IDW.
Rich Douek & Brett Barkley prove you can find anything at the Goblin Market, even a fight, in IDW & Comics Experience's "Gutter Magic" #2.
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."