Tag Archives: IDW

Joe Hill leaves His Thumbprint on IDW

Joe Hill is wrapping up the Locke and Key series at IDW. But fans of his take on horror should not fear. Joe Hill has a three issue series in the works! IDW is pleased to announce a new project … Continue reading

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IDW Returns With Another Ultimate Collection of TMNT

IDW has taken the concept of the Deluxe or Absolute Edition and raised it another level. Their Ultimate Collections include high quality printing as well as creator signatures and original art. The end result is a book which is a … Continue reading

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IDW is Back to Kill Shakespeare

IDW Publishing announced the return of Kill Shakespeare with the release of Kill Shakespeare: The Tide of Blood. The new five-issue run, with the original creative team of co-writers Conor McCreery and Anthony Del Col and artist Andy Belanger is … Continue reading

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John Byrne Triggers Doomsday.1

John Byrne continues his publishing parade with IDW, announcing another new mini-series for this year. Not since the mid-80′s has Byrne been this prolific, knocking out titles on an almost monthly basis. Now he is back with a new take … Continue reading

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IDW Snags Another License With X-Files

Just when you thought there were no more licenses left to pick up (I mean, MacGuyver is kind of scraping the bottom of the barrel. What’s next? Simon & Simon?) IDW announced that they are reviving the X-Files license. Publishing … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Jinnrise #1

In a nutshell: Aliens vs. Genies.  Need more? International student Andrew Marcus’ world is torn asunder when interstellar forces, the ‘Kibrani’, invade earth.  With all hope seemingly lost, humanity’s last hope may be a long-despised and forgotten race:  the Jinn! … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: My Little Pony #1

Raise your hand if you would have predicted pre-orders for a comic starring the characters from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic  would break the 100,000 issue barrier. Anyone? After attending Geek Girl Con, Emerald City Comic Con, and San … Continue reading

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