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Scarenthood #1 Review: A Strange New Horror Comic

Scarenthood #1 Review: A Strange New Horror Comic

Scarenthood is the new horror series from Nick Roche, who writes and draws, colorist Chris O'Halloran, and letterer Shawn Lee. Let's see what this new punny series from IDW is about. Scarenthood #1 is a strange one. It follows Cormac, a man who begins to get to know the parents of the kids that his daughter goes to […]

Goosebumps: Secrets of the Swamp #2 Review: Yes Theyre Werewolves

Goosebumps: Secrets of the Swamp #2 Review: Yes, They're Werewolves

Goosebumps: Secrets of the Swamp launched just in time for spooky season, bringing new characters to one of the most memorable locations from R. L. Stine's original series: Fever Swamp. One of the most atmospheric and eerie novels of the first Goosebumps run, The Werewolf of Fever Swamp, was not only a terrific read for kids, but […]

Goosebumps: Secrets of the Swamp #1 Review: Fever Swamp Nostalgia

Goosebumps: Secrets of the Swamp #1 Review: Fever Swamp Nostalgia

Credit: IDW Publishing[/caption]The story is one that fans of the books will find familiar.. but in a comfortable way rather than a hackneyed way Writer Marieke Nijkamp introduces Blake, a young girl with what seems to be a tragic (recent) past whose life is uprooted when she must move in with her aunt in a town[...]

Snake Eyes: Deadgame #1 Review: Exactly What You Expect

Snake Eyes: Deadgame #1 Review: Exactly What You Expect

Rob Liefeld, more than any comics artist, has ever belonged to an era, is the living embodiment of what people think of as 90s comic art, and he embraces that with confidence and glee in his heart. You can see it when he speaks in interviews. The man loves what he does and seems to […]

Star Trek: Hells Mirror Review: Mirror Universe Khan vs. Kirk

Star Trek: Hell's Mirror Review: Mirror Universe Khan vs. Kirk

Credit: IDW Publishing[/caption]This is a comic for dedicated Star Trek fans, as it focuses entirely on the Mirror Universe, where the utopian universe of Trek is replaced by hateful, distrustful, warped versions of the characters, characterized by aggression The genetically-engineered Khan, however, feels that he is destined to right what is wrong about this world, which[...]

Sleeping Beauties #3 Review: Trippy Adaptation of the King Novel

Sleeping Beauties #3 Review: Trippy Adaptation of the King Novel

Sleeping Beauties #3 from IDW Publishing continues the comic book adaptation of Stephen and Owen King's novel Written by Rio Youers, drawn by Alison Sampson, colored by Triona Tree Farrell, and lettered Valerie Lopez, the series imagines a world spinning out of control after an illness spreads Yeah, all too familiar for us 2020 readers The illness[...]

Stephen Mooneys Half Past Danger Returns With a Christmas Special

Stephen Mooney's Half Past Danger Returns With a Christmas Special

Mooney's creator-owned series Half Past Danger was first released by IDW Publishing back in 2013 and ran for two volumes It is a pulpy WWII story that pitted Staff Sergeant Tommy "Irish" Flynn, a soldier who thought he knew what monsters were, against a more literal group of monsters.. dinosaurs Now, the series returns this[...]

Sleeping Beauties #1 &#038 2 Review: Here Come the Pandemic Comics

Sleeping Beauties #1 & 2 Review: Here Come the Pandemic Comics

To be fair, Sleeping Beauties existed as a novel before the comic was published, and IDW Publishing had the license far before COVID-19 changed life as we know it.. but this is certainly some darkly poetic timing Stephen King and Owen King's collaborative novel of the same name, which tells the story of a disease that[...]

Kill Lock #6 Review: Completed A Virtually Perfect Mini-Series

Kill Lock #6 Review: Completed A Virtually Perfect Mini-Series

There's a moment in the remake of The Thomas Crown Affair when Rene Russo realizes what's happening and has this sly smile across her face. It's a moment of delight, for the character and the audience, as something really impressive is happening and watching it happen is super enjoyable. This issue of the magnificent, brilliantly conceived […]

IDW Opens Comic-Con@Home Webstore Amid Company Changes

IDW Opens Comic-Con@Home Webstore Amid Company Changes

IDW Publishing is in the midst of significant changes, as they bid farewell (again) to an architect that helped shaped the company into what it is today, while also letting the new guard rise That doesn't mean that they aren't here for their loyal readers and said readers' open wallets because they have just launched[...]

New Horror Comic Scarenthood From Nick Roche Lands at IDW

New Horror Comic Scarenthood From Nick Roche Lands at IDW

In a startling effort to out-pun Kieron Gillen, comics resident pun-slinging provocateur for the greater part of a decade now, IDW Publishing teams up again with writer/artist Nick Roche of Transformers fame for a new horror comic series called.. Scarenthood Tensions between the English and Irish have never been so high as Roche plans to[...]

Star Trek: Year Five #12 Review:  Warp Factor Holy Crap

Star Trek: Year Five #12 Review: Warp Factor "Holy Crap"

Starting off with one of those classic Kirk fight scenes normally accompanied by pounding horn stabs, certain doom is the only item on the agenda to protect the timeline from something Kirk can’t even fathom.[caption id="attachment_1229898" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The cover of Star Trek: Year Five #12 published by IDW Publishing with the creative team of Jackson[...]

IDW Publishing Former Employees Speak About Redundancies

IDW Publishing Former Employees Speak About Redundancies

Yesterday, Bleeding Cool reported on IDW Publishing letting a number of employees go, permanently After Bleeding Cool posted the article, two former employees who we had named took to social media, to elaborate on their current position.Former IDW Managing Editor, Denton Tipton tweeted Hope this finds you and your family healthy and safe As some of[...]

We Review Dungeons &#038 Dragons: Days Of Endless Adventure

We Review Dungeons & Dragons: Days Of Endless Adventure

For some Dungeons & Dragons fans who were looking for more adventure beyond their table, IDW Publishing comic books about it since 2010 The series has been published in a somewhat irregular fashion with a couple of different writers taking up the helm But the ones that really caught media attention the past few years[...]

Wynonna Earp Returning to SYFY in 2020 for Season 4

"Wynonna Earp" Returning to SYFY in 2020 for Season 4

The series is based on the IDW Publishing comic book by Beau Smith.Here's the official announcement from SYFY: "Syfy has never wavered in its support of ‘Wynonna Earp,’ a unique and important series with some of the most passionate fans anywhere To our Earper friends: Thank you for your patience and faith as we worked with[...]

Eve Stranger #2: More Fun More Humor More&#8230 Jetpacks (REVIEW)

"Eve Stranger" #2: More Fun, More Humor, More… Jetpacks? (REVIEW)

Sure, you get books like Punk's Not Dead: London Calling, and that's really punk rock- but then, you get a book like Eve Stranger, which has all the punk sensibilities of Tank Girl with the frantic pacing of a Marx Brothers movie.[rwp_box_recap id="0"][caption id="attachment_1052197" align="aligncenter" width="1280"] //Credit: IDW Publishing[/caption]Eve Stranger wakes up every week with[...]

Star Trek: The Q Conflict #4: Q Messes with the Wrong Wormhole (REVIEW)

'Star Trek: The Q Conflict' #4: Q Messes with the Wrong Wormhole (REVIEW)

[rwp_box_recap id="0"]Four issues in on IDW's Star Trek: The Q Conflict, and I'm still having the time of my life.[caption id="attachment_1036619" align="aligncenter" width="1280"] //Credit: IDW Publishing[/caption]Q, Trelane, Ayelborne, and Metron have conscripted the best and brightest in Starfleet history to settle a cosmic wager, and so far, two of the crews have scored points in[...]

IDW Announces Dungeons &#038 Dragons: Infernal Tide at D&#038D Live 2019

IDW Announces Dungeons & Dragons: Infernal Tide at D&D Live 2019

IDW Publishing has announced today during D&D Live 2019 that they will launch a new series called Dungeons & Dragons: Infernal Tide this November The story will feature the talents of writer Jim Zub and artist Max Dunbar, the five-issue miniseries will kick off in November 2019 as fan-favorite Minsc and his friends find themselves[...]

Rick and Morty D&#038D Chapter 2 Comic Unveiled at D&#038D Live 2019

Rick and Morty D&D Chapter 2 Comic Unveiled at D&D Live 2019

Today during D&D Live 2019, IDW Publishing and Oni Press unveiled the Rick and Morty vs Dungeons & Dragons: Chapter II: Painscape comic series Previously revealed a month ago through a tip-off, the next series will be written by Jim Zub and Sarah Stern, with art by Troy Little as they continue the adventure from the[...]

Atomic Robo: Dawn of a New Era #5 Ends Kinder Gentler Storyline

'Atomic Robo: Dawn of a New Era' #5 Ends "Kinder, Gentler" Storyline

[rwp_box_recap id="0"]Atomic Robo: Dawn of a New Era has been a very interesting departure from the typical Atomic Robo series, in that it was very much a typical Atomic Robo series, just without, you know, all the punching.[caption id="attachment_1029756" align="aligncenter" width="600"] //Credit: IDW Publishing[/caption]By Robo, that is.There was a lot of punching, kicking, and fighting[...]