IDW’s Locke & Key and Silent Hill: Sinner’s Reward have made Fangoria’s Top 10 favorite horror comic list for 2008! Silent Hill: Sinner’s Reward got to #9, with Fangoria complimenting writer Tom Waltz’s ability to create some new context in which to further develop the Silent Hill story. Quite the surprise this series was. Many
RPGnet has a review of the G1 Transformers sourcebook, More Than Meets the Eye, up. …if you’re a fan of G1 Transformers, the book (looks like it) is a solid block of awesome. The artwork – from more artists than I care to list here but rest assured that Pat Lee and Don Figueroa both have
Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s Locke & Key has made Comic Book Resources’ Best 100 Comics of 2008 list!
The “Things I LIke” blog has taken a shine to David Lapham’s 30 Days ‘Till Death series and has great things to say about issue #2. Check it out!
IDW Will Unleash Grimm Inside Five Popular Comic-Book Universes in April 2009 SAN DIEGO, CA– Celebrated game designer American McGee’s Grimm, an episodic videogame that debuted on GameTap, offers gamers the chance to create darkness across traditionally lighter fairy tales. And now Grimm, the game’s macabre dwarf who wreaks havoc on these fairy-tale tableaus, will
Comic Book Resources talks to Angel series creators, Scott Tipton and Stephen Mooney about adapting the fan-favorite tv show for comics, specially the new series Smile Time and the upcoming Not Fade Away. Over the years, IDW Publishing has had much success with the comics license to Joss Whedon’s television vampire Angel. Two of their most popular
Leah Moore and John Reppion discuss their upcoming Doctor Who one-shot, Whispering Gallery, with Ben Templesmith over at Comic Book Resources. In the article they talk about coming up with an idea for the story and how they got involved with the project. “We were trying to come up with a pitch to send in
In this interview with Comics Bulletin, IDW Senior Editor Andy Schmidt talks about the future of STAR TREK for 2009 in comics and beyond. And answers the very obvious question, “Why are they publishing a STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN movie adaptation now?” KD: As I’m sure you know, there’s been a lot
(San Diego, December 15, 2008) Eisner Award- and Horror Guild-nominated writer/artist/gadfly Ben Templesmith has built a cult following for his humorous storytelling and edgy artwork for graphic novels, including 30 Days of Night, Fell, Wormwood,Gentleman Corpse, and, more recently, Welcome to Hoxford. In December, IDW Publishing introduces another comic in the Wormwood series-Wormwood, Gentleman Corpse: Down the Pub, One-Shot. Templesmith introduces two little-known tales
The Winston-Salem Journal has a nice piece about Doctor Who artist, Kelly Yates, getting to work on his “dream project”. Guess which one that is? When Kelly Yates was a kid, he recalls watching Doctor Who on public television and even audio-taping episodes in the days before VCRs. Now, he has gone from being a fan to
Check out the Gelatometti blog and their latest Iron Gelatomettista competition where IDW’s very own Ben Templesmith challenges comic book artist Carlos D’Anada to a drawing showdown. This afternoon Templesmith and D’Anda will get one hour to draw an agreed upon character and you get to then vote for the winner! [Gelatometti]
More Star Trek news! CBR has posted an interview with Star Trek scribes, Tim Jones, Mike Johnson and the film’s executive producer and co-writer Roberto Orci. They chat about IDW Publishing’s upcoming miniseries, Star Trek: Countdown (January 2009.) IDW Publishing has joined forces with Paramount Pictures, Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions, Kurtzman/Orci Productions and CBS Consumer Products to publish