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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 […]

D&D Days Of Endless Adventure Review-1

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

I know a lot of Earpers that are going to sleep well tonight. Wynonna Earp will definitely return to SYFY for a fourth season, which should air in the summer of 2020. The fate of Wynonna Earp has been up in the air for a while, with SYFY requesting two more seasons of the show, […]

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

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

IDW's Black Crown imprint is pretty punk rock. 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"] Eve Stranger wakes […]

'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. 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 the galactic contest. First, […]

IDW Announces Dungeons & Dragons Infernal Tide at D&D 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 […]

Dungeons & Dragons' Next Adventure is Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus

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. By Robo, that is. There was a lot of punching, kicking, and fighting going on, especially […]

IDW's 'Star Trek: Year Five' #1 Beams up the Goods

IDW's 'Star Trek: Year Five' #1 Beams up the Goods

[rwp_box_recap id="0"] Star Trek: Year Five opens with a damaged Enterprise. We enter the bridge, darkened and empty, save for one shadowy figure seated in the captain's chair. It's Captain James Tiberius Kirk, and he's pretty much giving his own eulogy, as another figure stands behind him with a phaser to his head. That's about […]

'Star Trek: Waypoint' Special 2019 Way too Much for Way too Little

'Star Trek: Waypoint' Special 2019 Way too Much for Way too Little

[rwp_box_recap id="0"] I try, as a rule of thumb, not to thrash on creators for trying to do something new with a license. By and large, IDW's Star Trek offerings have been fresh, innovative, and entertaining, but I'm afraid there's not a lot in 2019's Star Trek: Waypoint that I can justify recommending, especially with […]

'Solo' Graphic Novel Adaptation Perfect Star Wars for Young Readers (REVIEW)

For established, jaded old Star Wars fans like myself, the new Solo graphic novel from IDW might not seem like much. It's bright, the art is fun, and the story faithfully follows the plot-points of the movie- which is great, but still not anything I would shout from the roof-tops about. But then, this little […]

Vicious Magpie Creatures Attack in 'Punks Not Dead: London Calling' #2 (REVIEW)

[rwp_box_recap id="0"] There is a two-page spread early on in issue 2 of Punks Not Dead: London Calling that took my breath away: '60s era mod super-spy Dorothy Culpepper is staring out of the wreckage of London- the city ablaze, chunky blocks of devastation littering the landscape. It's a scene so visceral, yet so simple, […]

Top and Bottom 5 Comics of August 29th, 2018: X-Men Soars, Nightwing Trips

We've come to the end of another week. The Hunt for Wolverine reached its Dead Ends, Rick and Morty fought D&D, and Nightwing, Daredevil, Batgirl, and Red Hood and the Outlaws all had annuals. What were the best and worst of the week? I dunno, I haven't decided yet. Read it below to find out. Wins 1. X-Men: Blue #34 The House always […]

Euthanauts #2 cover by Caitlin Yarsky

Euthanauts #2 Review: Far More Grounded Than the First Issue

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Thalia Rosewood awakens in a coffin currently being set on fire by a man named Indigo. He thought Thalia was dead and helps her out once she wakes up. Thalia goes back to her job, but Circe and Gullame, Dr. Wolfe's assistants find her at her job. Thalia freaks out, and the two […]

House Amok #1 cover by Shawn McManus

House Amok #1 Review: An Interesting Clue-Filled Story, but More Tell than Show

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Dylan and Ollie Sandifer are close twins in a happy family. They're parents are still together, and they have a grumpy older teenage brother. We join the Sandifer's in the process of kidnapping a gas station attendant. We then go back to the beginning of their summer and the incident that has led […]

Comics for Your Pull Box August 29th, 2018: We Reach the Dead Ends

Wednesday approaches once again, and that means its time to figure out what comics are worthy of your pull box. Check out Bleeding Cool's suggestions below. Plus, here is a link to ComicList's full catalog of comic releases. Beyonders #1 Another new AfterShock title, Beyonders comes from Paul Jenkins and Wesley St. Claire. It tells the story of a boy obsessed […]

Lisa Bloom to Represent #MeToo Allegations Against IDW's President and Publisher

Last night, Bleeding Cool reported that famed attorney Lisa Bloom of The Bloom Firm, a Los Angeles legal team that specializes in high-profile media-related cases that involve sexual harassment — and was prominent in #MeToo coverage — had been hired by a (recently) former IDW executive. While the details of the case have not been made clear, […]

Comics For Your Pull Box, August 15th, 2018: The Jinxworld Begins Anew

We're back with this too! Comics for Your Pull Box lives! Bleeding Cool is here to sift through the release list and give you some books worth checking out. In addition, here's a link to ComicList, the website I primarily use for this article, for you to look at the full catalog. Let's get started. […]