Wild Blue Yonder


Reinvent The Way You Read Comics With Intel RealSense And Wild Blue Yonder

The IDW comic book Wild Blue Yonder, created by Zach Howard, Mike Raicht and Austin Harrison and produced by Noble Transmission is being adapted into an app with Two Bit Circus and Intel as an Intel Realsense production.The comic set in a post-apocalyptic future in the sky, where a fighter pilot and her family fight to survive will[...]


Into The Wild Blue Yonder With Mike Raicht

Mike is a very talented and prolific writer currently working on a new series for IDW Publishing called Wild Blue Yonder as well as The Stuff Of Legends, Dark Shadows and he even has time for a Batman, Inc story I got a chance to chat with Mike about WBY, parallel's between it and TSOL[...]

Justice League Dark Grabs The Most Advance Reorders, With Batman/Superman And Lazarus Close Behind

Morning Glories probably would have placed higher if its covers had been combined, and Wild Blue Yonder seems to have sold well for its first issue, and makes a rare appearance as a creator owned IDW title on this chart.TOP 25 ADVANCE REORDER COMICS/GRAPHIC NOVELS/TPsProduct Price PublisherJUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #22 (TRINITY) $3.99 DCBATMAN SUPERMAN #2 $3.99 DCLAZARUS #2 (MR) $2.99 IMALARFLEEZE[...]

IDW Sells Out Half Past Danger And Wild Blue Yonder, With Sales Figures

It sold 8,500 and garnered a couple of hundred back orders in the process.Wild Blue Yonder #1 however sold out before it hit the shelves, all  12,327 printed copies pre-allocated and a great launch for the title.Both comics are pulpy action adventure comics, with an emphasis on leather, derring do and doing to comics what[...]

Twenty-Two Thoughts About Twenty-Two Comics – Bloodshot, Occupy Comics, X-Men Legacy, The Liberator, Batwoman, Captain Midnight, Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman, Wild Blue Yonder, Superior Spider-Man, 100 Bullets, X-Files, Vibe, Supergirl, Red Hood And The Outlaws, Judge Dredd Year One, House Of Usher, House Of Gold And Bones, Darth Vader, Mara, Baltimore And Dream Thief

Taking the last word of the book's title a little too literally.Wild Blue Yonder #1 features some boots I like well drawn boots in a comic Chris Weston probably does them best, but this isn't bad at all All though, like the panel above this one, our co-star doesn't seem to appreciate old boots.Don't people[...]