For James Stokoe fans, IDW's five-issue Godzilla: Half-Century War series hasn't been a hard sell. Who better to synthesize 60+ years of the world's biggest monster battles than the creator of the out-of-control Wonton Soup and Orc Stain? Over the course of the series, Stokoe's done a deft job of hitting m
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Between the awesomeness of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time video game and the... much less awesomeness of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, the equation of TMNT + time travel doesn't always equal every fan's ideal experience. When it comes to comics, however, one of the team's earliest chronal adventures is right on the money. Next week's T
I've been to a lot of rock shows in my time, but it wasn't until previewing this week's My Little Pony Micro-Series: #2: Rainbow Dash that I got to watch a winged horse scream through the sky with a Flying V to kick out a "Sonic Rainboom!" on printed paper. Why didn't Chris Sims tell me The Hub's MLP series had stuff like t
Artist Mateus Santolouco and co-writer Erik Burnham have spent the past several months fleshing out the origins of Shredder and his army of ninjas, and the history lesson will finally come to a head this Wednesday in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Secret History of the Foot Clan #4. The series' narrative has alte
Weapons: Tony Swatton cooks up some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles flavor sais worthy of Raphael.
Statues: Hot Toys will release new 1/4 scale Iron Man 3 busts sometime in the 3rd quarter of 2013.
Over the past few months we've taken a look at issues from IDW's ongoing Transformers: Robots in Disguise title, but this week we're getting an early look inside its parallel title with a preview of Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye #14 by James Roberts, Alex Milne and Nick Roche. Billed as the culmination of the series thus far, the new issue out this Wednesday digs even deeper into Rodimus' ship as he and his
Most fans know Steve Ditko as the artist who co-created Spider-Man with Stan Lee, but his career in comics and the wider world of illustration not only could fill dozens of tomes, but, well, totally does fill several tomes! The latest look inside the prolific artist's portfolio comes via IDW's new Steve Ditko's Monsters, Vol. 1: Gorgo collection by Ditko and writer Joe Gill. Curated, edited and designed by Craig Yoe, the 224-page hardcover showcase