ONYX LANDS AT IDW THIS SUMMER
Chris Ryall and Gabriel Rodriguez, the award-winning creators of series such as Locke & Key and Zombies vs. Robots are releasing their first co-creation, Onyx, this summer.
Tom Scioli’s American Barbarian Comes To IDW This July
The Saturday Morning Fever Dream Returns In An All-New Hardcover Edition
This July, artist and co-author of the critically acclaimed Transformers vs. G.I. JOE, Tom Scioli unleashes his anarchic comic-book odyssey, American Barbarian. This new edition from IDW Publishing collects the complete series with exclusive, behind-the-scenes bonus material and an all-new introduction by comics legend Rob Liefeld.
ALEX TOTH’S BRAVO FOR ADVENTURE GETS FIRST TIME DELUXE COLLECTION! COMING THIS JULY!
Alex Toth’s magnum opus Bravo for Adventure is being collected in book form for the first time ever! This deluxe hardcover from IDW’s Library of American Comics contains all three of The Genius’s stories starring Jesse Bravo, knock-about pilot and reluctant swashbuckler, including the original graphic novel that’s been out of print for 30 years.
Disney Comics in Stores April 2015
Beginning this April, IDW is excited and honored to publish Disney Comics. The first classic series to be brought back is Uncle Scrooge. Capcom’s recent DuckTales: Remastered video game has brought Scrooge McDuck back to Disney stardom. See what all the quacking is about! Features fan-favorite creators: Romano Scarpa (legendary Italian Uncle Scrooge master), Jonathan Gray (Sonic the Hedgehog) and more!
CAN YOU HIDE A SECRET… IN SOMEONE’S MIND?
‘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.