Besides the exciting news of a Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes crossover written by Chris Roberson with art by Jeffrey and Phillip Moy (not to mention covers by Phil Jimenez), IDW Publishing shared with fans at Comic-Con International a number of other projects they can expect to see in the near future, including a new 30 Days of Night ongoing series; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Kevin Eastman; Memorial, also by Chris Roberson; Monocyte by Menton3, Godzilla and much more.Rather than proceed through a standard slideshow, the IDW crew - led by Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall and Director of Retail Marketing Dirk Wood - unveiled a colorful game wheel containing a number of subjects, titles and prizes for attendees to win. Among the
Flashpoint is DC Comics' summer event of 2011 that promises to change the DC Universe unrecognizably until the event's climactic finale, when the DC Universe will instead be left changed somewhat recognizably. In support of the event, DC is releasing 60+ issues of com
As much as comic book fans love superheroes and monsters, it's amazing that so few publishers have merged the concepts better than Dell, who combined Universal's movie monsters with Silver Age style costumed crimefighters in the mid '60s to stunning (if short-lived) effect. Lasting only three issues each, Dell's Dracula, Frankenstein and The Werewolf have sorely been lacking fro
The second volume of Dean Koontz's "Frankenstein: Prodigal Son" is headed to stores in July, bringing a reimagined Frankenstein and his monster back to comics for another round of...being handsome?
Here's the official synopsis of "Dean Koontz' Frankenstein: Prodigal Son" Vol. 2 #1:
In the st
Tomorrow, the first trade paperback collection of Mike Carey and Peter Gross' Vertigo comic book series, "The Unwritten," hits bookstores. Subtitled "Tommy Taylor and the Case of the Bogus Identity," the book revolves around Tom Taylor, the son of a bestselling author named Wilson Taylor who mysteriously disappeared years before the story opens
When they announced the "Frankencastle" series where Punisher (a.k.a. Frank Castle, ba-dump) becomes some kind of monster, I wasn't expecting the tagline "Rest In Pieces," to be quite so literal.