Two heroes are down as Shredder advances his plot to take New York City in next week's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #23. Writers Tom Waltz and Kevin Eastman's "City Fall" storyline kicked off last month, giving fans a taste of what kind of shocking transformation may be in store for one of the Green machines, and this month artist Mateus Santolouco (along with alternate cover artists Dan Duncan, Andy Kuhn, Ben Bates, Ross Campbell and Dave Wachter) turns up the tension as a team short on allies prepares to confront multiple foes.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman has been collaborating with co-writer Tom Waltz and a number of artists over the course of IDW's new ongoing comic series, but he'll be taking full command of he and Peter Laird's Green Machines this Wednesday with a solo story all his own. In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #21 the ninja brothers are confronted by a new foe who happens to hand them
IDW Publishing will expand on its existing KISS comic book line this fall with a new all-ages series starring the titular rock stars as young children kicking out the jams as they foil the plans of their evil school principal. KISS Kids re-im
There are places that are nice to visit, but you wouldn't want to live there. There are also places that are... terrible to visit, terrible to live and completely miserable to be stranded in. For Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, Michelangelo, their newfound Neutrino allies and the Fugitoid, Dimension X is totally that kind of place in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #18 - especially as General Krang and his army of craggy goons fire a seemingly ceaseless burst of red lasers at them, Cobra style. IDW has provided us with
Martians have been tangibly attacking everyone from Popeye to KISS to Judge Dredd of late in IDW comics of late, but this Wednesday New York's favorite paranormal exterminators must deal with a far more ethereal threat in the Mars Attacks The Real Ghostbusters one-shot by Erik Burnham and Jose Holder. Depending on your allegiances (you'd better not be pro-Martian, traitors!), it's usually nice to watch Earth's engorg
When IDW supplied us with an early look at Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #17 by Kevin Eastman, Tom Waltz and Ben Bates, I confess I gave brief pause. I was stoked to see the relaunched comics debut of the previously 1987 animated series-centric Neutrinos, but wasn't sure how the characters would be incorporated into a series that's a bit more rooted in classic comics continuity. Fortunately their appearance m
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'
Some days you bust the ghost, some days the ghost busts you. Starting in February at IDW, a new Ghostbusters team must deal with the ramifications of the later after the core GB crew of Peter, Ray, Egon and Winston get trapped in a hellish dimension by a mysterious demonic force. Rising to the occasion will be a mix of familiar and fresh faces, as the ongoing series by Erik B
On sale this week from IDW Publishing is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Annual 2012, a comic book that I am totally going to buy because 1) it is a 48-page comic co-written and drawn by TMNT co-creator Kevin Eastman and 2) about Casey Jones and Raphael just hanging out and beating people up. For this reader, that is the essence of Ninja Turtles. Com
Utrom action is the name of the game in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #14. General Krang has finally shown his true, brainy-dude-piloting-a-humanoid-robot colors and is set to drop some serious extra-dimensional science on Baxter Stockman, much to the eventual chagrin of the TMNT. Of course, the Turtles a