Sonic the Hedgehog #20 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon After only reading the first page, I am already excited about what promises to be a zombified adventure for our speedy blue spiked friend. Not only does it show a map of all the cities; it also indicates which ones have fallen and where each of our heroes are during the events…Read moreRead more

Canto #1 Review: Tin Man Syndrome

By Nolan P. Smith Every so often, I come across a book that surprises me. Canto completely caught me off guard with its fantastic story, art and most of all, heart. From David M. Booher with art by Drew Zucker, Vittorio Astone, and Deron Bennett, this hard to find book from IDW is a significant…Read moreRead more

Transformers Ghostbusters #1 Review: I Ain’t Afraid of No Robot Ghost!

By Daniel Schwartz Warning: Spoilers for Transformers/Ghostbusters #1 below. Peanut Butter and Bananas. Pineapple and Pizza. Some things seem like they should not go together, but end up being really good when they are. Welcome to the world of IDW’s Transformers/Ghostbusters. Two childhood favorite franchises that seem like they should never come together are combined…Read moreRead more

Highwayman Review: Live Forever

By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)– I didn’t know what to expect when I saw the solicits for Highwayman from Top Shelf/IDW. The cover looked great, and the premise of the story intrigued. So I took the dive and picked up the graphic novel. What I got was far more than a walk down the…Read moreRead more

Gears of War: Hivebusters #1 Review

By Steven Seggerman Rise of RAAM writer Kurtis Wiebe returns for Gears of War: Hivebusters, joined by Dark Souls artist Alan Quah. I’m really excited to get the chance to review this, as it’s coming before the release of Gears of War 5, and this is done in conjunction with Microsoft Studios. This comic has…Read moreRead more

Sonic The Hedgehog Comic Books Build Momentum with Sold-Out Annual and Ongoing Series

By Staff Reports IDW Publishing is humbled to announce that three of its most recent Sonic The Hedgehog comic books – issues #14 and #15 from the ongoing monthly series, as well as Sonic The Hedgehog Annual 2019 – have completely sold out at the distributor level. The heat on IDW’s Sonic The Hedgehog has…Read moreRead more

Family Man Review

By Wudood Omran New York City has always been a city of crime and chaos. New York’s finest, the boys in blue, have always been there to either protect or partake. Jerome Charyn & Joe Staton help us paint a picture of NYC if the chaos was full blown in their new graphic novel, “Family…Read moreRead more

Bubba Ho-Tep and the Cosmic Blood-Suckers TPB Review

By Kevin Hoskinson In 2002, the horror comedy film “Bubba Ho-Tep” was released. Based on the novella of the same name, and directed by Don Coscarelli, the movie became a cult classic. The film saw Bruce Campbell and Ossie Davis as elderly men living in a retirement home, with Cambell claiming to be the real…Read moreRead more

Rick and Morty: Dungeons & Dragons #1 Directors Cut Review

By Amie Macias *** Contains Spoilers I am vindicated!! Ha, Ha, and HA! And F**k you to: All you naysayers and all who have looked down their noses at D&D players – it is as if I rolled an 18!!!! Because guess what ******s Rick looooves D&D!! HA!! Being a huge Rick & Morty fan,…Read moreRead more

Dungeons & Dragons A Darkened Wish #1 Review

By Carlos Melgarejo Written by B. Dave Walters and illustrated by Tess Fowler Laron, Moonshae Isles- Present day The Dungeons and Dragons franchise is as popular as ever, and with the new series from IDW, we get more from the original world building fantasy game. Let’s jump into this Dungeons and Dragon style: story first….Read moreRead more

Transformers #1 Review: The Beginning of the End!

By Daniel Schwartz How did Cybertron fall into civil war and eventual ruin? How did Megatron become the leader of the Decepticons? How did Orion Pax ultimately become Optimus Prime? Fans of the Transformers have been asking these questions for years. There have been several different explanations to these questions, and they have all left…Read moreRead more

Myke Drop with Myke Fabela: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #91 Review

By Myke Fabela Get ready for another Myke Drop! Myke Fabela reviews IDW’s TMNT #91 as the series marches to a landmark #100 issues! Check it out, let us know if you agree or disagree!

Atomic Robo and the Dawn of a New Era #2 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson It’s the dawn of a new era for Atomic Robo, and it’s up and running with the latest issue in the new series. Issue #1 was a great intro to the series, both serving as a great jumping point for new readers as well as a great continuation for those returning to…Read moreRead more

Gaumont’s Narcos Explodes as Upcoming IDW Comic Book

By Staff Reports Beginning in April, IDW Publishing will launch an all-new front in the War on Drugs with the official Narcos comic book series, an original story set within the continuity of the first season of the drama series, a Netflix Original produced by Gaumont. Written by Ryan Ferrier (G.I. Joe: Silent Option) with…Read moreRead more

IDW Celebrates the Ghostbusters 35th Anniversary with Weekly Comic Book Event in April

By Staff Reports Are you troubled by strange noises in the night? Do you experience feelings of dread in your basement or attic? Have you or your family actually seen a spook, specter, or ghost? If the answer is yes, then four fearless Ghostbuster teams are here to serve your supernatural elimination needs, courtesy of…Read moreRead more

The Past Never Stays Dead in GHOST TREE, A Haunting Comic Book Series of Love and Loss

  By Staff Reports In April 2019, IDW Publishing will proudly debut the first chapter of Ghost Tree, a four-issue miniseries that takes readers on a journey from the dark forests of Japan to the ethereal realm beyond. Written by Bobby Curnow (Ward’s Valley, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Ghost Tree is illustrated by Simon Gane…Read moreRead more

IDW Assembles a Writer’s Room of Comic Book Visionaries for Brand-New Star Trek: Year Five Series

By Staff Reports IDW Publishing proudly embarks on the U.S.S. Enterprise’s homeward journey with Star Trek: Year Five, a monthly comic book series debuting in April 2019. A sweeping space odyssey developed by a brain trust of exceptional writers, Year Five welcomes co-writers Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, and artist Stephen Thompson for its opening story…Read moreRead more

Shredder in Hell #1 Review: The Eternal Fight

By Nolan P. Smith Again, this was not on my review list this week, but seeing a book called Shredder in Hell just called for me to pick it up. It seems the greatest nemesis to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles met his grisly end years ago, decapitated after a hard-fought battle. But you can’t…Read moreRead more

Atomic Robo & the Dawn of a New Era #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Having been around since 2007, the latest mini-series in the Atomic Robo series is off to a promising start. The series follows protagonist Atomic Robo. He is a robot that possesses “automatic intelligence,” and was created by a fictionalized Nikola Tesla. He is extremely self-aware of the world around him and knows…Read moreRead more

Lodger #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Young Ricky Toledo fell in love with the wrong person. She fell in love with a killer. After killing someone close to her, she develops complicated feelings within her head. A mixture of lust and anger, she can’t help how she feels. She isn’t sure what to feel, but she does know…Read moreRead more

The Maxx / Batman: Arkham Dreams #1 Review

Like some others out there, I was introduced to The Maxx through the short-lived MTV animated series of the same name. For a series that only ran 13 episodes, it stuck with me. The animation was cool, the character of the Maxx was unique and different, and the story was unlike anything I had ever…Read moreRead more

Michel Fiffe Takes Command with All-New G.I. Joe: Sierra Muerte Miniseries

By Staff Reports IDW Publishing proudly welcomes Michel Fiffe, creator of the critically-acclaimed indie comic Copra, to bring his auteur style to the all-new G.I. Joe: Sierra Muerte miniseries. Written, drawn, lettered, and colored by Fiffe, Sierra Muerte will debut in Spring 2019 as a bombastic-yet-personal, gritty-yet-colorful account of Hasbro’s iconic G.I. Joe team’s quintessential…Read moreRead more

Transformers: Unicron #4 Review, The Gang’s All Here!

Cybertron’s fate appears to be sealed. The ravenous destroyer has the Transformers’ home world on his menu as his next entree. Optimus Prime and his rag-tag team of Autobots barely have time to lick their wounds from having just been defeated before they have to make another critical decision that could save or destroy their…Read moreRead more

New Magic: The Gathering Comic Book Series Launches This Fall

By Staff Reports Wizards of the Coast and IDW Publishing revealed today details for an all-new Magic: The Gathering comic to be published beginning this November. Magic: The Gathering: Chandra is written by Vita Ayala (Supergirl, The Wilds) with interior art by Harvey Tolibao (X-Men, Green Arrow) and features all-new adventures of fan-favorite pyromancer Planeswalker…Read moreRead more

Transformers: Unicron #1 Review: Maximal Carnage!

By Daniel Schwartz Publisher: IDW Writer: John Barber Artist: Alex Milne I am of the opinion that the 1980’s Transformers movie was a pinnacle of science fiction. It had wonderful characters, an emotional storyline, and one of the greatest villains of all time (robo-stache and all!). I was hoping that the Michael Bay movies would…Read moreRead more

IDW Showcases All-New Snake Eyes in G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero – Silent Option Miniseries

By Staff Reports IDW Publishing is proud to launch G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero – Silent Option, a four-part miniseries that spotlights the breakout character of their “Dawn of the Arashikage” story arc: Dawn Moreno, the all-new Snake Eyes! The first monthly issue is slated for release this coming September. Each oversized issue of…Read moreRead more

Worlds Collide in Star Trek vs. Transformers Comic Book Crossover

By Staff Reports The starship Enterprise finds there’s more to the final frontier when Kirk and his crew come face-to-face with the strangest life forms of all: the shape-changing robots of Cybertron! Prepare to beam up and roll out this September with Star Trek vs. Transformers, a four-issue comic book crossover that is more than meets the eye…Read moreRead more

Square-Jawed Justice Returns to Comics in Dick Tracy: Dead or Alive

By Staff Reports One of the most iconic comic-strip heroes of all time is back in action, courtesy of IDW Publishing’s new series, Dick Tracy: Dead or Alive! Reimagined for the 21st century through a retro lens by the superstar team of Michael Allred, Lee Allred, Rich Tommaso, and Laura Allred, the four-issue miniseries launches…Read moreRead more

Dine with Joe Jusko at San Diego Comic-Con

By Staff Reports IDW Publishing is hosting a very special evening with artist Joe Jusko during this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Strictly limited to just 25 attendees, the event will take place in a private room at an upscale restaurant in the San Diego Gaslamp district, a short walk from the convention center on Friday,…Read moreRead more

Star Trek The Next Generation Through the Mirror #1 Review: Attack of the Goatees!

By Daniel Schwartz Publisher: IDW Writers: David and Scott Tipton Artist: Marcus To If you are a fan of the Star Trek multi-verse, IDW has you covered with great stories from the Prime, Kelvin, and Mirror universes. Through the Mirror is the latest venture into the multi-verse that sends the Next Generation crew on a…Read moreRead more