Nelson Daniel

The Usual Suspects Get New Looks In IDW's 'Clue' [ECCC '17]
Announced at Emerald City Comicon on Friday, IDW is adding another Hasbro property to their comics lineup in June, with the launch of a Clue comic based on the classic board game. Written by Paul Allor with art by Nelson Dániel, the book is a humorous murder mystery in keeping with the tone of …
Best Covers Ever (This Year): IDW 2016 Edition
In the latest of our galleries celebrating the best covers of the year, we're looking at the best covers from IDW.

IDW maintained its impressive and diverse line of licensed properties in 2016, from Ninja Turtles to Little Ponies, as well as ambitiously expanding and collating its Hasbro prope…
Zub And Daniel Head To Ravenloft In 'Dungeons & Dragons'
For those of you who aren't quite up to speed on the specifics of D&D settings and characters, here's what you need to know: Ravenloft, originally published in 1990, is a realm of gothic horror, a misty, vaguely Bavarian dimension ruled over by the Draculesque Strahd von Zarovich. Mins…
On The Cheap: IDW's Judge Dredd Sale
Assuming that you have any money left after the massive sales that went on during San Diego last weekend, I've got some good news: Comixology is bouncing back after the con with another round of digital dollar books, and this time, they've got a half-off sale featuring the future's gr…
Little Nemo Meets A Giant Woman In 'Return To Slumberland' #4
If you've been reading IDW's Little Nemo: Return To Slumberland, then you already know that the sleepy kid of the title is having a pretty rough time. First he could barely even get to Slumberland before he woke up, then he got caught up in a big parade on his way to the castle, and then e…
Little Nemo Finally 'Returns To Slumberland' In Issue #2
As we mentioned back when the first issue came out, IDW's Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland is a comic you really need to check out. In case you've been sleeping on it (ha HA!), Eric Shanower, Gabriel Rodriguez and Nelson Daniel are reviving Winsor McKay's beloved newspaper strip in …
The Dark Judges Want To Wear Dredd's Skin In Judge Dredd #24
In all of comics, is there a villain more suited for Halloween than Judge Death? I mean, not only is he a spoooooky skeleton who has committed spoooooky genocide (which, on reflection, might be a level of horror that requires more than five Os), but he's essentially wearing a Halloween'd u…
'Return To Slumberland' In Gorgeous New 'Little Nemo' Series
Just in case you're not up to speed on classic newspaper strips, Winsor McKay's Little Nemo is one of the most innovative comics of the 20th century. Originally running in newspapers from 1905 to 1926, it was arguably one of the first real masterpieces of the form, with McKay's surrea…

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