The Powerpuff Girls are back today! And here are all the retail variant covers

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Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup are back! The proto riot-grrls of Saturday morning were created by Craig McCracken for the Cartoon Network back in 1998, and created an immediate sensation. While the show hasn’t been on the air in a while, IDW is bringing them back in a new comic written and drawn by Troy Little […]

IDW nabs three for marketing: Morehead, Henning, and Schweitzer

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IDW has had some comings and going in the marketing department over the last year or so, but they look to have filled the open position, and raised it two, by hiring THREE seemingly bright eyed and bushy tailed new folks. Rosalind Morehead , formerly of Mad Catz, will be Marketing & PR Manager. Diamond’s Kate Henning has been hired as Manager of Sales Operations.

INTERVIEW: Adam P. Knave and DJ Kirkbride on the Ascent of Amelia Cole

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The first trade of Amelia Cole, one of the launch titles for digital comics publisher Monkeybrain, is published today through IDW. This marks another successful journey from digital to print, as another creator-owned digital property now finds itself available on bookshelves round the world. It’s been quite the year for Monkeybrain – but also quite […]

New IDW My Little Pony collection is the price of an actual pony

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Although the title says My LITTLE Pony, this collection of IDW’s run of the book will be anything but, and in true IDW fashion it will come in six variants, each more luxurious than the other. The creme de le creme is the My Little Pony: Return Of Queen Of Chrysalis – Blue Label – […]

INTERVIEW: Jim Zub’s Samurai Jack comic will have “big action, big adventure”

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by Matt O”Keefe IDW recently announced that in October it will be publishing a Samurai Jack as a comic book series that picks up the story where the animated series left off. I spoke with writer Jim Zub about what to expect from the book. We also discussed the headline-grabbing fourth arc of Skullkickers.    We can […]

Here’s All Our News from SDCC in One Place

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One of the things heard most frequently this weekend online was ‘why is there no comic news coming out of SDCC’? You mean aside from the masses and masses of comics news which came out of the convention, right? The Beat covered basically every single comics company you can imagine, and we’ve still got a […]

IDW Revive Winsor McCay’s ‘Little Nemo’ with New Creative Team

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IDW have announced that they’ll be publishing a new series based around Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo In Slumberland, with the creative team of Eric Shanower and Gabriel Rodriguez taking over the reins. Titled Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland, the series is also notable for being the first new project Rodriguez has worked on since Locke […]

SDCC ’13: Marvel teases Marvelman at lunch and more from IDW, DC and Titan

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David Gabriel announced a bunch of stuff, including Origins II, Deadpool vs Carnage, and saying “We have not forgotten” Miracleman. Also, more original graphic novels are coming—orders on the first one, by Warren Ellis and Mike McKone, have been greater than on Hawkeye. Titan ran through a list of its upcoming books with trailers. including […]

IDW Announce Artist Editions for Sam Kieth, Mike Mignola, Walt Simonson and more

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One of IDW’s biggest successes has been their Artist Edition collection, which publish black and white art from some of the very best artists of all time – we’re talking Will Eisner, David Mazzucchelli and John Romita, here – in wonderful detail. This year at SDCC the company have announced that more artists will be experiencing […]

Paul Cornell and Jimmy Broxton Tackle ‘Doctor Who Special’ for IDW

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More news from MTV Geek, who’ve revealed that Paul Cornell’s much-speculated secret new comic will be a Doctor Who Special for IDW. Jimmy Broxton, who collaborated with Cornell on the recent Saucer Country series for Vertigo, will draw the issue.

SDCC ’13: Comic-Con In Booth Signing Schedules—from Archie to Zenescope — UPDATE

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Here’s a list of the creators and artists signing at individual booths — we’ll update it as we go so please send us updates.

Help Wanted: Do you want to work for IDW? Marketing position is open

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Following John Schork’s return to Portland to join Oni’s marketing team as Director, IDW is once again looking for someone to help out with IDW’s press and marketing activities. The main duty will be playing Isles to Dirk Wood’s Rizzoli (above). Here’s the craigslist version: IDW Publishing is looking for a dedicated individual in the […]

Monday’s Review Slate: Transformers, The Amateur Astronomer’s Journal, Demeter

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This week’s review slate sees me trying out Transformers for the first time ever, in the form of Transformers Prime: Beast Hunters #1. I’ll also be flicking through the pages of Neil Slorance’s The Amateur Astronomer’s Journal, as well as reeling in a copy of Becky Cloonan’s Demeter.

IDW’s Ted Adams confirms that comics are not dying

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IDW president Ted Adams is always engaging and as candid as any comics CEO might be, so when ICv2 catches up with him for a state of the industry interview, it’s always good. And Adams confirms, the state of the industry is good. There are a lot of really good books out.  What I like […]

REVIEW: Joe Hill’s Terrifyingly Tragic Treasury Edition is Actually Terrifying

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I guess I should have expected that, the terrifying part, given not only the title, but the author concerned. I somehow missed reading Joe Hill’s short story THE CAPE when it was winning all kinds of awards, so first encountered it here in comics form in IDW’s recent “Treasury Edition” of several short comics from […]

Nostalgia Reigns as IDW Announce ROCKY & BULLWINKLE, MR. PEABODY & SHERMAN

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Coinciding with all of the big C2E2 announcements from just about every comics publisher, IDW released some information about more than one upcoming series bringing the characters created by Jay Ward to comics. The two big titles will include MR. PEABODY & SHERMAN, leading up to a March 2014 film release from DreamWorks Animation in […]