Maria Fröhlich To Adapt Neil Gaiman, Eddie Campbell To Adapt Audrey Niffenegger For Ray Bradbury Shadow Show From IDW

Peter S Svensson has been liveblogging the IDW Rocks panel. Catch it all here.

But worth breaking out a few announcements from the panel.


Such as the publication of Ray Bradbury: Shadow Show, a tribute to Bradbury, adapting the short story anthology into the comics.

Joe Hill's By The Silver Water of Lake Champlain is adapted by Jason Ciaramella, with Charles Paul Wilson III on art, and a Gabriel Rodriguez cover.

Issue 2 will have a Neil Gaiman story The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury with Maria Fröhlich adapting it, for December. And Eddie Campbell will adapt his partner Audrey Niffenegger's Backward In Seville.

Issue 3 will have Harlan Ellison and Hubert Daniel.

They also got to show off the art to the Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas graphic novel adaptation from My Little Pony's Troy Little.

Chris Ryall/Ashley Wood to make Zombies vs Robots an ongoing series from January.

And Chuck Dixon and Graham Nolan will be taking Joe Frankenstein at IDW.

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