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Bill Sienkiewicz Adds Cover to The Dreaming: Waking Hours

Bill Sienkiewicz Adds Cover to The Dreaming: Waking Hours

Written by G Willow Wilson and drawn by Nick Robles, the first issue is scheduled for May 6th That current schedule is, as with everything else, up in the air right now However, DC Comics has now released the variant cover by Bill Sienkiewicz.[caption id="attachment_1189452" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Bill Sienkiewicz cover to the Dreaming: Waking Hours[/caption] Bill[...]

EXCLUSIVE: IDW Announces New All-Ages Comic Canto Launching in June

EXCLUSIVE: IDW Announces New All-Ages Comic 'Canto', Launching in June

The joy and awe that the team puts into every page—even when things seem dark—make this story last with you long after you put it down,” says Associate Editor David Mariotte. For information on how to secure copies of Canto #1 – available with a regular cover by Zucker and a special variant by Nick Robles[...]

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

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

As a result, we are about as clueless as the characters, and we are following them meandering from place to place.There also isn’t really a sense of urgency either, so the book has little to actually propel itself forward.[caption id="attachment_911205" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Euthanauts #2 art by Nick Robles and Eva de la Cruz[/caption]Nick Robles’ artwork[...]

Euthanauts #1 Review: Going Off the Deep End of Life and Death

Euthanauts #1 Review: Going Off the Deep End of Life and Death

They talk for a moment and seem to bond, but the woman suddenly hits Thalia in the head with her oxygen tank.[caption id="attachment_895531" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Euthanauts #1 cover by Nick Robles[/caption]IDW’s Black Crown imprint continues its proud tradition of Grant Morrison-esque surrealism with the takeoff of Euthanauts #1.The comic starts fairly tame, but things take[...]