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
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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
When more casual Transformers fans think of Prowl, a loyal police car 'bot with shoulder-mounted cannons usually comes to mind. So you can imagine my surprise when I cracked open a first-look at IDW's Transformers: Robots in Disguis
Listen, despite what CA's Chris Sims might say on Twitter, I'm not one to advocate yelling at employees. It's counterproductive, hurts morale and totally cuts into screaming along with metalcore standards on the way to and from the grocery store
Cue Mark Snow's creepy theme music, because new The X-Files stories are on the way. In a partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products, IDW Publishing has announced that they have plans to bring the hit, sci-fi/horror franchise as a brand new comic series starting in June.While there is no word yet on the creative team for the new book, its stories wil
Fans bummed about the demise of DC's T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents series can take at least a little comfort from the fact that the characters have found a new publishing home. IDW has announced that it has acquired the rights to the franchise, following TA's various stints at about half a dozen other publishers since the team's debut by creators Len Brown and Wally Wood at Tower Comics in 1965.While specific plans for T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Ag
My undying affection for The Mighty Mutanimals is probably coloring my thinking here, but its fairly safe to say that when it comes to the snapping turtle known as Slash, the character has always been coolest in comics. Let's be real - in three appearances on the original TMNT animated series, Slash didn'