Arriving in stores next week is David Lapham’s 30 Days of Night: 30 Days ’til Death trade paperback, American McGee’s Grimm #2, Angel: Blood and Trenches #4, Dare by the late Philip Jose Farmer, Doctor Who: Autopia, G.I. Joe: Origins #4, G.I. Joe: The Best of Destro trade paperback, the Life and Times of Savior 28 #3, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan #1, Transformers: I Am Optimus Prime, the final issue of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Movie Adaptation, and The Veil #1.Â IDW Publishing sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of some of these issues, that you
IDW sent a whole lotta titles arriving in stores next week.Â Company offerings include G.I. Joe: Cobra #3, GI Joe: The Best of Cobra Commander TPB,Â Astro Boy Movie Prequel: Underground #1, From the Ashes #, Angel: Not Fade Away #1, Star Trek: Missionâ€™s End #3, Doctor Who Classics: Series 2 #6, Complete Chester Gouldâ€™s Dick Tracy, Vol. 7 HC, Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 3, and Robinson Crusoe.
Juliet Landau created a really the really unique vampire Drusilla in the Buffy the Vampire television series, now the actress is picking up the pen and writing Drusilla into the pages of IDW Publishing’s Angel.Â But before all that happens, Brian Lynch and artist Franco Urru reunite to tell the tale featuring the fate of Gunn in Angel #23, before Landau steps up for issues #24 and #25. â€œWe are very excited to have Brian back on Angel, and the stories heâ€™s telling here really set the tone for whatâ€™s to come,â€ said IDW Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall in
Press Release For the third week in a row, fans have flocked to their local comic book store for Angel: After the Fall! The hardcover graphic novel earned the sixth spot on The New York Times Best Seller List, marking the seventh week since the list began in March that IDW books have been ranked. â€œWe are truly flattered that fans love Angel so much,â€ says IDWâ€™s Publisher/Editor-in-Chief, Chris Ryall. â€œCreator Joss Whedon and writer Brian Lynch have developed an amazing story about what happens to Angel after the TV showâ€™s finale, and fans clearly canâ€™t get enough.â€ Angel: After
Press Release Itâ€™s a good day to be a vampire! IDW Publishingâ€™s Angel: After the Fall Volume 1 and Volume 3 captured two of the New York Times Graphic Books Best Seller List (hardcover) top three spots, knocking Watchmen down to fourth place. â€œEven without a current TV show, Angel has remained a fan-favorite character,â€ says IDWâ€™s Publisher/Editor-in-Chief, Chris Ryall. â€œWriter Brian Lynch, working with Angel creator Joss Whedon, has really delivered an epic story that picked up from the amazing cliffhanger of the showâ€™s finale. Itâ€™s great to see that fans like what weâ€™re doing.â€
Press Release Experience Spikeâ€™s adventures After the Fall in this continuation of the best-selling Angel series from IDW, in stores this month. Vampire, poet, murderer, lover, hero, or soulless fiendâ€“ William The Bloody, Spike to his â€œfriends,â€ has been called many things over the centuries. And now that L.A. has fallen into Hell, he may earn one more â€“ Lord. Or possibly â€œdust.â€ It all depends on how things turn out in his immediate futureâ€¦ which isnâ€™t looking too good in a city overrun by every kind of demon, monster or horrifyingly tentacled â€œthingâ€ imaginable. Including Illyria, who seems to
If you missed all of the San Diego Comic Con coverage, there was a lot of stuff going on after all, IDW has sent Major Spoilers the rundown of all the new titles the company announced for the rest of 2008 and into 2009.
IDW Publishing has announced the first four issues of Angel: After the Fall have sold out, prompting the company to return to press for additional copies of all issues. “The fact that Angel: After the Fall has moved so steadily with each issue has been incredibly gratifying,” said IDW’s Publisher/Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall. “Most amazing is the fact that we’ve printed more of each subsequent issue than the previous one, and have overprinted to a greater degree than usual, and still the issues keep selling out. The sell-outs are quite a testament to the support from retailers and the loyal fan
Think of this as Angel: Season Six. IDW Publishing is following the lead of Dark Horse Comics and releasing an all new Angel series that picks up right after Season Five ended. The first issue in this maxi-series looks at who lived after that climactic battle, who died, and what happened to all of Los Angeles in its wake. Best of all, Joss Whedon hand picked the creative team of Brian Lynch and Franco Urru to tell the tales, it’s just too bad this is a maxi-series instead of an ongoing. Then again, if fans pick up this series in
With the success of Buffy: Season 8, fans have been wondering if Angel would get a similar treatment. Word out of San Diego is, indeed Angel will have a series that follows the end of the hit television show that ran on the WB. Angel: After the Fall will be a canoncial series written by Brian Lynch and released by IDW Publishing. You may be familiar with Brian’s work on Spike: Asylum, and if you aren’t, you should be, as this is the title the Joss Whedon read and suggested IDW hire Brian on as Angel’s writer. Art for the