The first day's sessions of the 2021 April 1 – 4 Comics & Comic Art Signature Auction at Heritage Auctions set a number of records. One of the highlights that interests me the most is the $111,000 paid for a copy of More Fun Comics #73 CGC 7.5 — the highest price ever paid for […]
IDW has made a flurry of announcements at this San Diego Comic Con, from Popeye to John Romita Spider-Man, and here's another interesting one:
San Diego, CA (July 21, 2011)—At San Diego Comic-Con today, IDW Publishing announced an all-new series of The Crow comics, beginning in 2012. IDW Publishing will produce several comics series in the universe of James O'Barr's classic The Crow comics and based on the upcoming feature film. Additionally, IDW will offer collector's editions of all existing The Crow comics.
"I'm glad to see The Crow land at IDW," said Ted Adams, the company's co-founder and chief executive officer. "I edited the last Crow series when I ran Todd McFarlane's comics in the late '90's, and we're looking forward to bringing this classic character back to the medium in 2012 at IDW."
Originally a comic series created by James O'Barr in the early 1980's, The Crow comic series was first published by Caliber Press in 1989. The concept was adapted into blockbuster film in 1994, and has inspired several different series from Kitchen Sink Press, London Night Studios, Random House and Image Comics. The original The Crow has sold nearly one million copies worldwide.