At this year's New York Comic Con, IDW announced a new series putting two of Hasbro's most popular "boys' toys" properties, The Transformers and G.I. Joe, in a "permanent crossover" comic. We got a chance to talk with series co-writer and IDW editor John Barber about the new series.
Collecting the first four issues of the historical military fiction limited series, this trade features gorgeous art by illustrator Nick Runge and colorists Nolan Woodard and Jordie Bellaire.
CBLDF Presents Manga: Introduction, Challenges, and Best Practices is an essential reference for any library or retailer looking to expand its manga collection.
This value-priced trade paperback features over 500 pages of classic Savage Sword of Conan comics magazine action!
Zedric, Troy, and Joe give their quick reviews of ten November first issues, including the debuts of Alex + Ada, Amazing X-Men, Umbral, Clown Fatale, Manifest Destiny, Black Science, Transformers: Dark Cybertron, Protocol: Orphans, and more.
[UPDATED] Award-winning industry luminaries such as Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo, 47 Ronin) and Bill Willingham (Elementals, Fables) are among the contributors to this anthology hardcover featuring tales set in the world of David Petersen's Mouse Guard.
IDW continues to collect the original Mirage Studios Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series for old fans and new readers alike with this seventh trade paperback collection.
Read on for the summary of the ICv2 Conference white paper, comiXology's new library acquisitions, a recap of the bizarre case of death threats being sent Tadatoshi Fujimaki's way, Jed Perl's contentious opinions on Art Spiegelman and Maus, and more.
Victor Santos' beautifully illustrated "wordless webcomic" gets the hardcover collection treatment from Dark Horse, with a twist: This edition features all-new dialogue not available in the webcomic version!