The release for Star Trek/Planet of the Apes #1 is finally here! As promised, here is Rachael Stott’s interview. Enjoy!
Are you as excited about the upcoming Star Trek/Planet of the Apes crossover as we are? We have some of Rachael Stott’s concept art to hold you over for a few more days.
Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.
The story that began in David Cronenberg’s film update of The Fly continues here with a five-issue miniseries The Fly: Outbreak written by Brandon Seifert (Hellraiser, Witch Doctor) with painted interior and cover art by menton3 (Silent Hill, Monocyte). Issue one will hit in March and will boast variant covers by Jason Edmiston and Lukas Ketner.
Atkins Creating Four Covers and Pencil Work for America’s Army Comics
IDW Publishing announced today that acclaimed GI JOE artist Robert Atkins is the guest artist for four issues in the America’s Army comic series, (http://comics.americasarmy.com), the free official digital comic book series from the United States Army. Released today by IDW, America’s Army Issue #12: “Crescendo” (http://bit.ly/1m5VwF0), features cover artwork by Atkins, and fans will see him assume interior pencilling duties on the series starting with Issue #13. The America’s Army comic series is available free through IDW Publishing on the web and virtually every digital platform including the IDW Comics app, ComiXology for iOS, Android and web, Kindle Fire, Nook, Apple iBooks, and Kobo.
Graphic Novel Based On The Wildly Popular RPG Coming March 2015
Get ready, as award-winning publisher IDW brings Dead Man’s Hand, the first original collection of the hit Deadlands series to comic shops in March 2015! Based on the popular Deadlands RPG, created by Shane Hensley and Pinnacle Entertainment, and produced by Visionary Comics, the series embodies all the best of horror, western and steampunk in a world filled with creatures of the night, mad science and mysticism!
Did you know?
According to IMDB, “During breaks in filming [of the 1968 Planet of the Apes movie], actors made up as different ape species tended to hang out together, gorillas with gorillas, orangutans with orangutans, chimps with chimps. It wasn’t required, it just naturally happened.”
In honor of this strange and funny fact, we have gathered and grouped all the variant covers for Star Trek/Planet of the Apes #1 for your enjoyment.
The Hit Digital Series Takes A New Form!
One of the most thought provoking and talked-about novels of the 19th century, The Island of Dr. Moreau challenged morals, science and identity. The groundbreaking science fiction tale has been the source for many adventures since, and this March IDW will release the print collection of the story that takes these ideas and conjoins them with the endless possibilities of the comic page: The Army of Dr. Moreau!
Steve Niles and Chris Ryall recently sat down to play mad libs while discussing zombie Centaurs, mindless automatons, and beginning at the end.
Starting in January 2015, Zombies Vs Robots returns to IDW as an ongoing series. Editor Chris Ryall recently sat down with PREVIEWSworld editor Vince Brusio to discuss all things ZVR.
Can’t wait for December 31 so you can get your mitts on the first glorious issue of Star Trek/Planet of the Apes? We have a sneak peak at the first six pages to hold you over until then.
Are you as excited about the Star Trek/Planet of the Apes mash-up as we are? Can’t wait until December 31st to get your paws on issue #1 (you damn dirty ape!)? Over the course of the next couple of weeks, I will be posting interviews, concept art, and Star Trek/Planet of the Apes related news. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back often!