IDW’s one and only EiC, Chris Ryall has posted some more of his famous 5 Page Previews over at his blog, RyallTime. This week you can take a peek at Angel: Smile Time #2, G.I. Joe: Origins #1, Whatmen?!, Transformers: Maximum Dinobots #3 and Transformers – Revenge of the FAllen Movie Prequel: Alliance #3.
Troy Stith over at Comics Bulletin got his hands on an early copy of Ryall and Templesmith’s Groom Lake #1 and had some lovely things to say about it, earning Groom Lake #1 a whooping 4 1/2 bullets out of 5! When I heard about the teaming up of Chris Ryall (Zombies vs Robots) and
Olympus Features Greek Gods Returning To Earth in Epic Good vs. Evil Battle (San Diego, CA; February 7, 2009) — Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor Michael Chiklis (The Shield) has signed a deal with IDW Publishing to develop a graphic novel series, Olympus, based on an original idea by Anny Simon Beck. Chiklis will
(San Diego, February 4, 2009) IDW Publishing is pleased to announce the forthcoming release of The Bloom County Library. Beginning in October 2009, each of the five volumes will collect nearly two years worth of daily and Sunday strips, in chronological order. This will be the very first time that many of these comic strips have been collected, and the first
Diamond Comic Distributors has announced the winner of their 2008 Gem Awards and IDW Publishing is proud to announce that we’ve been named Comic Book Publisher of the Year . IDW has won this prestigious award 5 times in the last 6 years. We’d all like to say THANKS to all the comic book retailers
The writer of American McGee’s Grimm, Dwight MacPherson, tok some time out to discuss the project with Newsarama. In it Dwight chats about his involvement with the project and what it’s like working with artist Grant Bond. NRAMA: For folks who aren’t familiar—what is American McGee’s Grimm all about? DM: The videogame (http://www.gametap.com/grimm/) is about a powerful
(San Diego, CA; January 30, 2009) — IDW’s successful Complete Dick Tracy series is getting bigger…and better. CEO Ted Adams, who initiated the series and edited its first six volumes, has announced that Tracy is being folded into IDW’s Library of American Comics imprint, alongside Terry and the Pirates, Little Orphan Annie, and other classic newspaper strip titles. Eisner award-winner Dean Mullaney
Episode #11 of the TrekCast chats about IDW’s Star Trek: Countdown #1 in their latest podcast, now available for download. Be warned, there are spoilers! Check it out at Trekcast.
IDW’s Ben Templesmith has done something a bit interesting for an Australian to do, he’s created a book detailing all 43 presidents of the USA – and, yep, there are only 43, Grover Cleveland served twice. Comic Book Resources recently caught up with Ben and talked to him about his reasoning behind the book and
Leah Moore and John Reppion talked to ECHO.co.uk about their upcoming Doctor Who comic, The Whispering Gallery. In the interview Leah and John discuss how the story for the new project came to her, “straight out of a dream”, and how they got together with artist Ben Templesmith to put it all together – a little thing
Creator of the acclaimed graphic novel Chiaroscuro and the new Angora Napkin, Troy Little, has just done an interview with ComicsCareer.com. In the interview Troy talks about when he first decided t become a comic creator, his influences, and his work life. Originally I thought working in animation was going to be my dream job.
Ain’t It Cool News’ I am – Hercules!! really enjoyed the first issue of IDW’s Star Trek: Countdown, the official prequel leading up to the all new Star Trek movie. Beware, there are spoilers in his review of the comic over at ACIN. Highly nuanced, fast-moving and continuity-embracing, the first issue of “Countdown” is a fabulous