Time again for another preview comic! This time is John Byrne’s Angel: Blood and Trenches! Check it out after the jump. In Europe, war ravages nations, but a greater darkness than human conflict calls Angel back across the ocean from his distant home in America-bodies of combatants found drained of blood, and signs of
Chad Derdowski over at Mania.com has given G.I. Joe #1 an “A”. So let’s answer the most obvious question right off the bat. Yes, Hama’s still got it. In fact, he’s got more of it than he did back in the day! This issue opens briskly with Hawk sending new recruits Duke and Scarlett on
IDW’s ever so fantastic Editor-in-Chief has taken the time to put together preview comics for some of our March books! You can check out David Lapham’s 30 Days ’til Death after the jump.
Star Trek Countdown is the official prequel to the new Star Trek movie and TrekMovie.com got chance to interview the writers, Mike Johnson and Tim Jones. In TrekMovie.com’s exclusive interview Johnson and Jones talk about their favorite Trek episodes and their writing process on IDW’s Star Trek Countdown book. TrekMovie: So what are some of your favorite
Chris Columbus’ 1492 Entertainment has optioned the motion picture rights to Ben Templesmith’s graphic novel Welcome To Hoxford from IDW Publishing. Columbus will produce with 1492 partners Michael Barnathan and Mark Radcliffe. Michelle Miller brought the project into 1492. Templesmith is the co-creator of 30 Days of Night (with writer Steve Niles), upon which
The New York Times has just introduced three bestseller lists for graphic novels and IDW’s very own Terry and Pirates has made the list for hardcovers! Graphic Books Best Seller List (Hardcover)â€¨â€¨ 1. Starman Omnibus, Vol. 2 by James Robinson and Tony Harris. (DC Comics, $49.99.) Jack Knight, the son of the 1940’s Starman, meets
If you need a fix for your Doctor Who addiction look no further the Doctor Who: The Whispering Gallery! Broken Frontier has just reviewed the new IDW one-shot by Moore, Reppion and Templesmith believe that they’ve found their fix! Moore and Reppion seem to have an instinctive understanding of the characters and situations that always seem
Broken Frontiers had lovely things to say about the first issue of IDW’s new series, G.I. Joe: Origins and had special praise for series writer Larry Hama! G.I. Joe: Origins is a good opening salvo from a well-respected writer. If the characters are a little thin so far, Hama can be trusted to flesh them out.
Two Versions, Including A Deluxe Edition Featuring Many Never-Before-Seen Images (San Diego, CA; February 28, 2009) — IDW Publishing is proud to announce the upcoming release of The Complete Rocketeer by Dave Stevens, collecting the classic series in its entirety for the first time ever. After more than a decade out of print, The Rocketeer makes a triumphant return to stores this
Book One To Be Released In Time To Celebrate Strip’s 50th Anniversary (San Diego, CA; February 28, 2009) IDW Publishing is pleased to announce The Family Circus Library by Bil Keane. The Family Circus, which was originally published in only 19 newspapers, is now seen in over 1500 newspapers worldwide, making it one of the
IDW’s just learned that the Joe Shuster Awards has announced that our very own Troy Little, Angora Napkin and Chiaroscuro, has been announced as a jury member for the Gene Day Award for Self-Publishing. You can read more about Troy’s selection at the Joe Shuster Awards website.
It’s a union based on super powers, learning your place in the world, and danger! In this latest collection of stories from the mind and pen of John Byrne, IDW packs two time-lost series together-Danger Unlimited and Babe. First up is the four-part Danger Unlimited, the first universe and characters Byrne created after leaving Marvel. In DU, the year is