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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 properties under the "Revolution" banner, and reviving and reinventing the Micronauts, M.A.S.K., and Rom.
James Kochalka's 'SuperF*ckers Forever' #1 [Preview]
Back when James Kochalka's SuperF*ckers first debuted in 2005, I was absolutely in the target audience for it. Instead of fighting any form of space crime, Jack Krak and his gang of a-hole teens leaned pretty hard into just being jerks, and it was great. And now, it's back --- which is pretty impressive when you consider that they blew up the planet at the end of the last story. Check out a preview of next week's all-new SuperF*ckers Forever #1!
James Kochalka's 'SuperF*ckers' Is Returning From IDW
  Way back in 2005, James Kochalka launched SuperF*ckers at Top Shelf as a four-issue miniseries, and it was fantastic. If you've never read it, it's essentially a parody of DC's Legion of Super-Heroes that takes the idea of super-powered teenagers forming a club so that they can hang out with each other (and exclude everyone who doesn't mean their relatively arbitrary standards of having cool pow
James Kochalka On ‘SuperF*ckers': “If Superheroes Were Real, They’d Be Like Teens On The Internet’ [Interview]
Last week, James Kochalka's SuperF*ckers debuted as an animated web series from Frederator Studios' Cartoon Hangover, and it is every bit as foulmouthed, hateful and hilarious as the original comic series. Set to run as a 12-episode season, SF focuses on a group of super-powered teens who are too busy sitting around annoying each other and otherwise being horrible to actually get around to fighti
James Kochalka’s ‘SuperF*ckers’ Animated Series Is Finally Here, Jack Krak Remains The MF [Video]
James Kochalka's SuperF*ckers is one of the funniest comics I've ever read, so I've been looking forward to the animated adaptation ever since it was announced. Produced by Cartoon Hangover, the adult-oriented side of Adventure Time and Bravest Warriors' Frederator Studios, the series of shorts has finally kicked off on YouTube, and it's just as gloriously foulmouthed and hateful as the original.

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