We simply haven't been giving enough previews here of comics, but with Troy Little's adaptation of Hunter Thompson's Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas in a new format, I had to share some of it with you before it passed us by completely. Troy Little does a great job of adapting one of the best known books and making it feel fresh. Check out the preview and then go find the entire series if you like it!
My Little Pony is one of those properties that has captured the imagination of an entire generation. The comic book series from IDW helps feed the need fans of the television series and toys have for new content. It also helps that it maintains the feel of the television series. This Tuesday sees the twenty-fifth issue of My Little Pony Friends Forever featuring a great Rainbow Dash story. The truest test for this series is showing it to a three year old on the computer. If she asks why they aren't talking, then the creators have nailed the same feeling that the television series has. I showed this to a three-year old girl and that was the first question she asked. Mission accomplished. Way to go, Barbara Kesel and Brenda Hickey, you nailed the comic book for one of her favorite television shows.
ROM the Spaceknight is returning to comics. We've known this for a little while, but had no clue precisely as to when. Now, IDW and Hasbro have announced that ROM returns on Free Comic Book Day 2016.
Danger Girl is one of those series that helped define creator-driven comics in the late 1990s. J. Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell set out to tell a better spy story than had been done with comics ever.
I've really been loving this series, so it wasn't strange for me to read the next issue as soon as I could. It's been very good with using science fiction elements to tell a different, more personal story about something other than time travel. While it's blatant about its intentions, it's entertaining in its execution. Because it goes so far into the realm of theoretical time travel theory, it can play loose with the rules. To say more would be getting into reviewing the comic, so rather than blather on, let's get started with the review.
The second issue of Infinite Loop came out from IDW this week, and the pressure was on to live up to not only the premiere issue, but to the hype that surrounds the series. Before reading this review, you can go check out my review of the first issue to see what I thought of that issue.
IDW continues to be a major force in comics and this week is pretty darn IDW heavy. Not only do we have G.I. Joe ARAH, Transformers and Rough Trooper but we also get a new Star Trek, VWars and The October Faction this week. Oh and there is plenty more! Check out IDW’s full lineup
Make plans to secure this book. I know many are on the fence but let’s give it a chance PLUS these covers re amazing retro style! SPACE WAR I! Earth makes contact with an alien race — and G.I. JOE is on the front lines of first contact! But when the TRANSFORMERS arrive — their
San Diego, CA (May 29, 2014) – IDW and multiple Bram Stoker award-winning author, Jonathan Maberry bring the untold stories from the zombie post-apocalyptic world of Rot & Ruin to comic books this September. This all-new series is set in a world fifteen years after the dead have risen and vastly outnumber the survivors of
IDW sent out a new press release concerning some rather good news. If you read Killogy and enjoyed it then guess what? There is a Killogy animated TV series in the work! This is excellent news folks so read on for more information!
Here is our first look of the new “season” of the mainline G.I. Joe book from IDW. Yes it’s a reboot BUT I do think it will cary forward some elements of the old story line. I am sure IDW will fill us in at some point. Now my question for you all is this:
Here is our second part of the G.I. Joe ARAH Comic series spotlighting issues 51-100! All of this is in preparation for the pending release of G.I. Joe ARAH issue 200! Can you believe this series made it to 200??!! Thanks to IDW that dream is alive and kicking. A huge thanks goes out to