Even though playing games is typically how Rick and Morty end up putting the multiverse in jeopardy, the dimension-hopping duo are about to embark upon the journey of their lives with the help of a tabletop classic. This August, IDW and Oni Press are partnering to publish a four-issue limited series from writers Patrick Rothfuss and Jim Zub, with illustrations from Troy Little, where Rick and Morty will get sucked into the world of Dungeons & Dragons.
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A year back, we spotlighted the excellently spooky work of artist Brian Coldrick, creator of webcomic Behind You. Now his illustrations have been compiled into a book from IDW, titled Behind You: One-Shot Horror Stories. We have a peek at some of the gorgeously-rendered nightmares within.
Let's be real: Comics are kind of a year-round thing. But spring is a time of new beginnings, which makes it the perfect time to pick up a new comic book. So it's a good thing that there are a ton of new comics on the way! Here's our picks of the wonderful new books you'll want to get to know in the coming months.
At Star Wars Celebration this year, IDW announced Star Wars Adventures, a new all-ages take on the galaxy far, far away, distinct from Marvel's Star Wars comic book offerings. That distinction is continuing with a new, stylised take on The Force Awakens, and we have a new look inside.
It's no surprise that a comic book based on the classic whodunnit board game Clue is outlandishly silly -- after all, just like the beloved movie, it's hard to take the fact you're an adaptation of a board game with any sense of seriousness. IDW's new Clue series rolls with that, and takes it a step further with several twists on top of its own twist.
Star Trek's Mirror Universe is one of the most enduring storylines across the whole franchise, and will always have a sinisterly-goatee'd place in our hearts. A new IDW comic plans to bring the Next Generation crew to the Mirror Universe -- but how? We spoke to the team behind Mirror Broken to learn more.
Today, May 6, is basically comic book fan Christmas -- because it's Free Comic Book Day, the annual celebration across comic stores the world over for revelling in the comics we love (and get free ones, too). As ever, there are a ton of comics on offer for FCBD this year, so here's our picks for the ones you should look out for.
Later this week, Ghostbusters 101 is setting up a pan-universal crossover between the original Ghostbusters team and the crew from the 2016 movie -- but before that, we got to see what Patty, Holtzmann, Erin and Abby have been up to since the events of their film. Here's our exclusive preview of issue one.
Current events and social issues have always played a part in shaping Star Trek from its earliest days, whether it be the idealistic future of the Federation or using alien races as metaphors for society's dark side. In Deviations: Star Trek, it's humanity that's messed up after the tyrannical Romulans make first contact instead of the Vulcans.
The 28th annual GLAAD awards highlighting the representation of LGBTQ community in media have been announced this morning, and it's a strong year for genre nominations, especially in comics, with 10 series from the past year earning recognition. That's five more comics nominated than last year, a welcome indication that comics are improving in this regard.
After a few months away, Judge Dredd is back in action at IDW, but in his newest mission, it's been quite a while since we last saw him. And if you thought Dredd's usual life was messed up, then it's about to get downright apocalyptic (well, even more than it always is) in Judge Dredd: The Blessed Earth -- and we have the first details about the series.
IDW's new ongoing Star Trek comic might be set after the events of Star Trek Beyond, but for now, it seems like it isn't about the voyages of the Starship Enterprise. Kirk and his crew have been separated, and have gone their separate ways -- and Kirk himself is in charge of an entirely different ship. Check it out in our exclusive preview!
The somewhat more action-oriented My Little Pony: Guardians of Harmory line launches this spring, and it's getting a matching comic book series from IDW later this year. We have the first chapter of the first issue, in which Rainbow Dash meets up with some old illusionary enemies.