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Creepy New Coloring Book From IDW!

In Comic Books, Featured, IDW by Duff0 Comments

The Beauty of Horror, creator and Life of Agony bassist/songwriter Alan Robert releases his followup; The Beauty of Horror 2: Ghouliana’s Creepatorium – Another GOREgeous Coloring Book. Dubbed the creepiest coloring book ever, Robert continues to explore the dark side this 88 page DIY horror book. Out this September, published by IDW.

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Atari & IDW Games Hook Up!

In IDW, Video Games by Duff0 Comments

IDW Games and arcade game pioneer Atari have had a baby together…well maybe not, but have down something cool. According to a joint press release; “…IDW Games, announced today that they have entered into a partnership to produce a line of tabletop games based on several classic Atari videogame titles. Centipede®, Asteroids®, and Missile Command® are all headed to the …

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Review: Joe Hill: The Graphic Novel Collection

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

Joe Hill, like is father, Stephen King is a horror storytelling master. Unfortunately, he also looks like him. Seriously, King, based on his looks, was destined either to be the lead of a singer of Eddie Money cover band or transmit creepy stories onto paper. Luckily, for us, he choose the later. (I Love You Mr. King! Don’t Curse Me!) …

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Review: REVOLUTIONARIES #1

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

I’m cheating a bit here because I still have a few issues left to droll over to finish up the epic Revolution event, that Revolutionaries jumps off from, but if I don’t get a review out Bub won’t tell me where my family is… So here we go… I don’t want to spoil the end of the Revolution for those …

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Review: ROM: Revolution #1

In Comic Books, IDW by BeardMaster0 Comments

ROM, space knight entrenched in the interstellar hunt for Dire Wraiths, has found his way to Earth. For 200 years, as a member of the Solstar Order, the Elonia native son has tried to stop the destruction of planets from these vile creatures. ROM: Revolution #1 leads into the events of Revolution #1 (also released this month by IDW) as …

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Review: REVOLUTION #1

In Comic Books, IDW by BeardMaster0 Comments

Ever wondered what a world where G.I. Joe, Transformers, ROM, Action Man, and M.A.S.K. square off and team up would look like? Wonder no more! IDW launches Revolution this September and it is filled to the brim with action, excitement and everything you’d want from your favorite titles. Revolution #1 picks up with Ian Noble(Action Man) and Agent Terrance Salmons …

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Interview with Devin Faraci

In Comic Books, IDW, Interviews by Duff0 Comments

Hey Geeks! Recently, I was able to snag a few minutes with geek-critic pioneer Devin Faraci. Devin’s is one of those writers that everyone seems to have an opinion on, and Devin always has an opinion just about everything. While I don’t always agree with the bearded one, I never miss his articles. Despite your views on his viewpoint, his …

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Interview: IDW’s REVOLUTION Creative Team-John Barber & Fico Ossio!

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IDW’s epic Hasbro toy crossover Revolution is one of the biggest comic events for the year. It’s Yuuugee! GI Joe, Transformers, M.A.S.K.: Mobile Armored Strike Kommand, Rom, Micronauts, and Action Man sharing the same multiverse for the first time ever. The ten-year old me just had a stroke over the possibilities. This geek was lucky enough to talk to two …

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Interview: Comic Writer Michael Benedetto: Tales From The Darkside, Drive

In Comic Books, IDW, Interviews by Duff2 Comments

Hey Nerds! A few backs the first of four issues of Joe Hill’s Tales From the Darkside comic hit stand. It’s based off his ill-fated TV pitch to resurrect the series. I loved it. Great art from Gabriel Rodriguez and plenty of good weirdness.  Writer/editor Michael Benedetto, whom adapted Hill’s script was nice enough to take some time and chat with SJP …

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Review: TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE #1

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

TV’s loss is gain comic fans! Joe Hill’s reboot attempts of Tales From The Darkside landed on deaf ears over at the CW. Guess it didn’t have enough spandex or second tier superheroes in it for them. Luckily, the good souls at IDW stepped in to save the project just for us horror geeks! Hill’s Darkside retell(with adaption from Michael …

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Interview: Writer JIM ZUB, D&D: Shadows of the Vampire !

In Comic Books, IDW, Interviews by Duff1 Comment

Hey Nerds! Had the opportunity to catch up with Comic Writer extraordinaire Jim Zub recently about his current IDW title Dungeons & Dragons: Shadows of the Vampire.  This is Zub’s follow up D&D expedition to last year’s entertaining Legends of Balders’s Gate.  Just like with Balder’s, Shadows of the Vampire  not only packs in the adventure but also some good …

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Comic Review: Brutal Nature #1

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

This week I thought I’d take a different path and review a title I probably wouldn’t normally pick up, IDW’s Brutal Nature. IDW has rarely steered me wrong, but stories about the Spanish conquest of the Mayan civilization just aren’t my thing. Unless, Crystal Skulls and aliens are involved. Written by Luciano Saracino and art by Ariel Olivetti, Brutal Nature …

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IDW to Publish Joe Hill’s TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE scripts

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

This makes me so happy. I was bummed when it was announce Hill’s re-boot wasn’t picked up. Two questions: Honestly, how dumb are TV execs? And is it October yet? From IDW: World Fantasy, International Horror Guild, and Bram Stoker Award-winning author Joe Hill turns his attention to a legend—Tales From The Darkside. Originally planned as a reboot for the …

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Comic Review: Back to the Future: Citizen Brown #1

In Comic Books, IDW by BeardMaster0 Comments

Dial in your Time Circuits and check your Flux Capacitor, we’re going Back to the Future – or 1931. Back to the Future: Citizen Brown picks up in 1986, months following the events of the third cinematic installment where movie goers witnessed the destruction of the DeLorean time machine by an oncoming train. We find Marty and Jennifer in the …

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Joe Hill’s Lock & Key Coming To TV

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From IDW: IDW Entertainment (“IDWE”) announced today that the award-winning, fan-favorite property Locke & Key is being developed as a television series. Author/creator Joe Hill will be writing the pilot and serving as an executive producer. Locke & Key has garnered both awards and acclaim during its five-year run. Following the titular Locke family as they encounter magic beyond belief …

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Comic Review: Micronauts #1

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

Earlier this week I tweeted out that reading Micronauts #1 was like stepping back in time for me. Being an 80’s kids it’s hard to remember the Micronauts. While I only had a few, mostly Joes and Transformers here, I did think they were really cool. Apparently so did a bunch of other cool cats… I didn’t learn until later …

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Comic Review: Godzilla Oblivion #1

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

Following the heels of the Dante Inferno riff Godzilla in Hell, IDW hits us with another tale of big green. This time Godzilla dwells in an alternate dimension where Japans is as burning wasteland and he is the only force to keep other monsters at bay. The alternate reality is discovered when a team of scientists and some black ops …

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Comic Review: Ghostbusters Deviations One Shot

In Comic Books, IDW by BeardMaster0 Comments

Thirty years ago, three scientists and a blue collar journey man squared off with a supernatural force the likes of which had not been encountered in recorded history. Now, thirty days into the occupation of Gozer the Destroyer, the Ghostbusters are deeply entrenched in ridding New York City of a marshmallow army. If you’re a fan of the 1984 classic …

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Comic Review: Mars Attacks #1 IDW’s Greatest Hits!

In Comic Books, IDW by BeardMaster0 Comments

Journey back to 1996, when the President of the United States announces that Martian crafts are circling the Earth. Based on the hit trading card game, Tim Burton brought to life Mars Attacks in the cult classic film…which may or may not have anything to do with IDW’s release Mars Attacks! #1 as part of their Greatest Hits series. We …

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Comic Book Review: Mars Attacks Occupation #1

In Comic Books, IDW by Iron Squid0 Comments

  Writer: John Layman, Artist: Andy Kuhn, IDW Publishing If we are ever invaded by aliens in the next year, I’m afraid they’d make people a lot less dumb..which would make things a lot less fun. But you know what’s not fun? Alien invasions! Mars Attacks Occupation takes place when the martians with giant green brains finally concur earth, and …

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Comic Review: X-Files Deviations One Shot

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

I’ve been on serious X-Files kick of late. After the 6 part series re-boot/re-visit on FOX, I had to go back to binge the original series. I’m a few episodes into season 4 if you’re wondering. I’ve also been catching up on IDW’s X-Files season 11—really solid. menton 3’s covers are sick and Joe Harris and Matthew Dow Smith are …

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Comic Review: WYNONNA EARP #1

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Wynonna Earp, returns in a big way this year. Thanks, to a new comic series and a TV show on Syfy this April. I can’t say I read any of the original series, but from what I researched this new one isn’t much different. The basic premise of Wynonna Earp is pretty cool. She’s the a relative of the legendary …

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Comic Book Review: Street Fighter X G.I. Joe #1

In Comic Books, IDW by Iron Squid0 Comments

Writer: Aubrey Sitterson, Art: Emilio Laiso, IDW There’s a time and a place to mess with cross overs…so far Archie has hit the nail on the head with weird and bizarre cross overs, Punisher meets Archie, Archie Vs Predator. But now IDW has it’s on going of G.I. Joe meets Transformers, because nothing screams America like robot trucks and guns! …

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Teaser: IDW/SYFY’S WYNONNA EARP !

In IDW, Trailers, TV by Duff0 Comments

Maybe I’m alone, but I’ve been a fan of a number of Syfy’s TV shows…Z Nation, Eureka, Bitten, 12 Monkeys, all fun in my book. Hopefully, Wynonna Earp follows suit. Chick with a gun killing demons, can’t be all bad right? FYI, IDW’s comic tie is out Wednesday and if the tv show follow suits, it’s gonna be a fun …

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Comic Review: RENEE

In Comic Books, Comic of The Week, IDW by Regan Lorie1 Comment

Before I discovered independent comics as a teenager, I had no concept of a comic or graphic novel as a study of the human condition. My greatest comic concerns were whether or not Archie would finally come to his senses and pick Betty, or if Big Ethel would ever land a date with Jughead; pathos was strictly reserved for J.D. …

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Haunted Horrors Cover Coloring Book Is The Coolest Thing You Can Buy This Week!

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

I’ll admit I’ve scoffed at “Adult Coloring Books” in the past. Just another hipster, latte loving, skinny jean- lovin’ fade I can’t relate too. Yes, I’m old and white, maybe angry. Oh, and real men drink coffee, black from a mug with John Wayne on it that goes unwashed. Anyways… My opinion on “Adult Coloring Books” is taking a progressive …

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Review: HORROR BY HECK

In Comic Books, IDW by Regan Lorie0 Comments

Long before he helped to shape the Marvel Comics landscape, Iron Man and The Avengers co-creator Don Heck honed his formidable artistic skills drawing pre-Code comics in an assortment of genres for upstart company Comic Media, immediately proving himself a versatile artist and storyteller. Among the war, western and romance comics produced during his tenure with the publisher, Heck created …

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Comic Book Review: Victorie City #1

In Comic Books, IDW by Iron Squid0 Comments

Hey guys, just to let you all know I enjoy all of you reading my comic book reviews. It makes me feel all warm and fuzzy, but at the same time I have no idea what else I’m going to say so…here’s Victorie City #1. Lets start off with an entire conversation about Lions killing a child that isn’t theirs …

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Comic Review: Ghostbusters International

In Comic Books, IDW by BeardMaster0 Comments

The creative team of Burnham, Schoening, and Delgado do it again with the start to another adventure of everyone’s paranormal investigators in Ghostbusters International(IDW!) Fresh off their showdown with the ancient god Proteus (GO READ Ghostbusters Get Real if you haven’t already!), it’s business back to usual for Ray, Egon, Peter and Winston. Ghostbusters International opens with Dr Ray Stanz …

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Comic Book Review: Amazing Forest

In Comic Books, IDW, Reviews by Just Bob0 Comments

This was a different style of comic, than I am use to reading.  Instead of one story, with one theme in mind, we get four, yes four different stories. Amazing Forest, published by IDW, written by Erick Freitas and Ulises Farinas was different.  I’m not sure if I really liked it or really hated it. I know that sounds funny but …

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Comic Review : GUTTER MAGIC #1

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff1 Comment

Not my usual read, but I as curious to see the quality of work the popular Comic Experience workshops were putting out, so I took a gander. I figured it had to be decent just because IDW isn’t known for publishing bad books, and I doubt they want their name attached to a product of low character. “Was it good …

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Comic Review: The Rocketeer At War #1

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

Writer Marc Guggenheim and artist Dave Bullock nail the 40’s serial drama styled dialogue and Golden Age news strip feel in The Rocketeer At War. Set in the middle of WWII Rockteer Cliff Secord has given up the Rocketeer in order to fight Nazi’s in Uncle Sam’s army. Only after a military training exercise goes terrible, that military brass decide …

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Comic Book Review: Transformers Holiday Special 2015

In Comic Books, IDW by GingerBats!0 Comments

If there’s anything more fun than Christmas-y alien robot shenanigans I haven’t seen it yet. This year’s Transformers Holiday Special is a snicker-inducing dorky mash up of mirth and, of course, robots. Personal favorite: Starscream plotting the end of Christmas, speaking entirely in rhyme, in typical Grinch-ian fashion. The three-episode issue features art and writing from several folks at IDW …

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Comic Book Review: The X-Files Xmas Special 2015

In Comic Books, IDW by Iron Squid0 Comments

It’s that time off the year again! That’s right..we have to shave Bubs back hair! Oh and something about Christmas and Holidays and people getting offended over StarBucks cups… X-Files opens up with a man named Langly receiving a Christmas present outside his van, he brings it in and we then meet Frohike and he’s complaining about being a mall …

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Comic Review: Pinocchio Vampire Slayer versus The Vampire Zoo One Shot

In Comic Books, IDW by Iron Squid0 Comments

“Hey Iron Squid we want you to review Pinocchio Vampire Slayer vs The Vampire Zoo.” Yeah, sure, that’s fine…I’m sorry did you just form an actual sentence or just take a bunch of darts and throw them against words and then see what sticks? Seriously, first Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, then Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter, and now…Pinocchio Vampire Slayer. Alright …

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IDW Asks What If? With Deviations This March!

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

I always dug those “What If” books or “Choose your own adventure” outings…now it looks like IDW will be following in that tradition with a March event called Deviations. “When one moment changes,” said Chris Ryall, IDW Editor in Chief, “whole universes alter forever. We’re asking the questions fans have been pondering for years—and now we’ll see some answers.” So …

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Comic Review: The Eighth Seal

In Comic Books, IDW by Regan Lorie0 Comments

A title like The Eighth Seal has at least a few definite implications based upon what we know of other pop culture references to the Biblical Seven Seals: death, the Apocalypse, and the existence of a new harbinger of said apocalypse. With these ideas in mind—and fresh from reading James Tynion IV’s chilling techno-psychological thriller Memetic—I was pretty excited to …

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Comic Review: Batman/TNMT #1

In Comic Books, Comic of The Week, DC Comics, IDW by Duff1 Comment

My inner 10-year-old (not named Ben by the way, very strange, goes by Hammerhead) just high-fived the universe for this bodacious gift from DC and IDW comics. The winged guardian of Gotham teams with those green mutated sewer saviors…Batman and the Turtles in an epic 6 part miniseries from writer James Tynion IV (Constantine, The Eighth Seal) and artist Freddie …

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Comic Review: Ghostbusters Annual

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

Ghostbusters Annual is a full containment unit friends. Ratcheted up with 52 glorious pages, the boys in gray know how to entertain. I won’t go into a diatribe of my affection for this series (again), you can look at my past reviews and dwell on my unhealthy infatuation with this book and the entire franchise for that matter. So I’m …

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Comic Review: Junction True

In Comic Books, IDW by Michael Cieslak0 Comments

There can be a fine line between science fiction and horror, fantastic technological concepts twisted to dark purposes. Junction True walks this line like a high wire performer, introducing the reader to a near future world of vlogging, body modifications, and bizarre drugs. Friendships are torn apart by obsession. Romances are destroyed by the worst kind of betrayal — indifference. …

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TRANSFORMERS: REDEMPTION Has The Dinobots Seeing Red!

In Comic Books, IDW by Duff0 Comments

IDW’s latest entry into the Transformers saga is doozy! Packed with action, dark motives and a glimmer of hope, writer John Barber and artist Livio Ramondelli, give the Dinobots MadMax treatment in this post war Cybertron. Focusing on the always crusty, but likable Dinobots, Barber’s script sets up like an escape flick. The set-up: the Dinobots are hired as muscle …