The mysterious world of Orphan Black widens, with new layers of the conspiracy being peeled back in the upcoming IDW comic miniseries by co-creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson! To get readers caught up with the ever growing list of clones involved with the series, we will be featuring a different clone in our blog posts titled “Get to Know a Clone.”
Multi-tiered Publishing Plan Brings Classic Characters To New Audiences
IDW Publishing is proud to announce that they will debut a new collection of Disney Comics beginning in March 2015 with the publication of Don Rosa’s Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck Artist’s Edition, followed by four extra-length comic series launches in April, May, June, and July.
IDW Publishing announced that they will bring Disney comics to print in a number of exciting formats. Beginning April 2015, fans can expect to see the first wave of classics featured in an array of award-winning and innovative publications from IDW.
At a time when, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, the majority of states earn a D or F grade in teaching the Civil Rights Movement to their young people, March has quickly become a key resource for schools, libraries, activists, and the general reader. It’s been adopted in classrooms nationwide, spent 40 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List, and even become the first graphic novel to win a Robert F. Kennedy Book Award. What’s more, three major universities have planned their freshman orientations around March, compelling 15,000 students nationwide to read and discuss it in a single month.
Think you’re the biggest fan of Orphan Black? Can you name every character in these connected covers for issues #2 & 3 by acclaimed artist Phil Jimenez? If you answered ‘Yes’ to both send us your answers to email@example.com, the first person to get everyone correct will win a complete Box Set of all 8 covers to issue #1! Don’t delay, the clock is ticking!
Portraying unique qualities and characteristics is incredibly important when working on something like Orphan Black. I have really come to appreciate the work that Tatiana Masleny has done in this series.
Fans, and Friends: You might have noticed a lack of IDW product coming out 1/14, and a mountain of great product hitting the shelves from IDW on 1/21.
‘Headspace,’ Originally Appearing Digitally From Monkeybrain Inc., Is Making Its Way Into Reader’s Hands, (And Their Heads) This April!
The thrilling and complex tale of a town that discovers their own terrible reality becomes even more frightening when the Sheriff of Carpenter Cove discovers whose mind he and his neighbors now reside in. “Headspace is a comic made by true craftsmen at the top of their game and the result is one hell of a trip,” says Paul Allor (G.I. Joe, TMNT) “Great characters, amazing art, and a central mystery that I actually care about. I have no idea where it’s going, but I’m in for the ride.
Mark Waid & Barry Kitson’s Empire Continues With An Uprising
The IDW Publishing / Thrillbent partnership kicks off with Empire, the fan-favorite series by Mark Waid and Barry Kitson. In April, IDW will be releasing a print edition of the original Empire graphic novel as well as the first issue of its monthly sequel, Empire: Uprising, that continues the story of Golgoth, the most marked man in the universe.
The Jack Kirby Artist’s Edition Library Adds Essential Series
Of all Jack Kirby’s celebrated DC Comics creations, perhaps none has struck such an enduring chord with readers as his post-apocalyptic adventure Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth. Now, to the delight of fans far and wide, this much-anticipated series joins the esteemed ranks of Jack “King” Kirby’s Artist’s Editions!