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The legend of Ironhide continues in "Transformers: Ironhide" by Mike Costa and Casey Coller. IDW Publishing has given CBR an exclusive preview of the first issue of the new miniseries, which hits stores the Wednesday, May 12.
Steve Niles spoke with CBR News about his upcoming IDW/Wildstorm title which will cross over his popular vampire franchise with the Emmy Award television winning series.
Spike's latest miniseries takes him out of Angel's shadow, but he'll need help to stop the grand opening of a new Hellmouth. CBR talks to writer Bill Williams about the story. and his own role in the Whedonverse.
Steve Niles ventures into the unexplained with "The Mystery Society," debuting in June from IDW. CBR spoke with the prolific writer about the new series, his other projects and the wizards who built Stonehenge.
This summer, IDW relaunches the comic that birthed the entire G.I. Joe franchise with Joe creator Larry Hama returning to the continuity of his original Marvel run. We spoke exclusively with Hama about the book.
At C2E2, panelists from IDW's G.I. Joe team announced writer Larry Hama's renewed run on "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero" and address the return of Serpentor and Crystal Ball's Alan Moore makeover. CBR was there.
IDW editors Andy Schmidt and Denton Tipton spoke with CBR News about the C2E2 announcement on the new line of "D&D" comics being released by the publisher later this year.
IDW Publishing has struck a deal with Hasbro to publish several new comic series based on the popular "Dungeons & Dragons" franchise, starting with a #0 issue in August, 2010.
Marc Andreyko scales Olympus with "Pantheon," in which the gods of myth return with mysterious purpose in a near-future world. The series, co-created with "The Shield" star Michael Chiklis, debuts this week from IDW.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR presents a special preview of "Kill Shakespeare" #1 written by Conor McCreery and Anthony Del Col with art by Andy Belanger, with a behind the scenes look at the series' debut issue.
IDW senior editor and first time writer, Bob Schreck is joined by artists Nate Van Dyke and Tom Yeates to discuss the upcoming comic "Jurassic Park: Redemption" as well as future "Jurassic Park" projects.
This June, IDW unleashes "Jurassic Park: Redemption," a five-issue story arc, written by Bob Schreck. CBR News spoke with the award-winning editor about his first comic book writing assignment.
Saturday afternoon at WonderCon saw "Parker" and "New Frontier" creator Darwyn Cooke talk about his work, making Ed Brubaker rewrite the end of "Catwoman," and what it'd take to get him to draw superheroes again.
IDW Publishing announced and discussed several upcoming projects at its WonderCon panel, including “True Blood,” “Jurassic Park,” “Dave Stevens' The Rocketeer: Artist Edition,” “Famous Monsters of Filmland” and more.
For the first time in softcover, IDW presents "The Bible: Eden," a fully-painted look at mankind's fall from grace that originally appeared in the pages of Penthouse.We spoke with creators Dave Elliot and Scott Hampton about the book.
IDW and HBO have announced that the two companies are partnering to publish a comic series featuring original stories based in the "True Blood" universe. The title is set to debut this July at Comic-Con International,
"World War Z" author Max Brooks spoke with CBR about his new G.I. Joe miniseries, "Hearts and Minds," with art by Howard Chaykin and Antonio Fuso. A preview edition is on sale at WonderCon, with the first issue arriving in May.
IDW and EA are launching a new ongoing "Dragon Age" comic series based on the popular roleplaying game. Series co-writer Aaron Johnston spoke with CBR this week about how the book will tie into the "Dragon Age" universe.
After their unprecedented move to promote IDW Publishing to Premier Publisher, Diamond's VP of Purchasing Bill Schanes tells CBR what specific business practices helped the company move to the front of Previews and more.
IDW has announced that "Jurassic Park: Redemption" will launch in June, written by Bob Schreck, illustrated by Nate Van Dyke, with covers by Frank Miller and Tom Yeates, with other luminaries providing future covers.
With a new spot in the front of "Previews" and a all the perks that come with it, the CEO of the now "top five" direct market publisher, IDW, explained to CBR News what brought his company to this moment.
In an unprecedented move, Diamond Comic Distributors has named IDW a premier publisher – the first such announcement since 1996 – moving the comics house to the front of Previews with a slew of benefits.
IDW has provided CBR with exclusive advance looks at two new titles on sale March 10 - "Jennifer Love Hewitt's Music Box" #4 and Steve Niles and Bernie Wrightson's horror-noir "The Ghoul" #3.
CBR spoke with writers Daniel Liatowitsch and Todd Ocvirk about "Song of Saya," a surreal horror love story debuting last week from IDW Publishing, adapting an unusual Japanese videogame for English-speaking audiences.
In "Barbary Coast," Angel visits 1906 San Francisco's seediest district in search of a cure for his troublesome soul. We spoke with David Tischman about filling in the gaps of Angel's undead life.
IDW announced a number of new "Doctor Who' projects at Gallifrey One on Sunday, including the first ever United States annual, the final adventures featuring David Tennant and what the future holds for Matt Smith.