KISS, that fun band everyone pretty much knows for “Rock and Roll All Night,” outrageous face make up and long tongues. Well they are back, this time in comic form, and fully embracing their inner demon. How do they fare in this new medium? Well find out with your Major Spoilers review!
Ah, the simple pleasures of just being a kid. Lemonade stands, little league games, advanced fort building, rocking the faces off of millions of screaming fans all over the world while thwarting the plans of your evil school Principal.
From the creators of The Maxx and the co-creators of Zombies vs Robots!, Sam Kieth and Chris Ryall, comes a brand new mini-series that takes places in Japan where people live in tree cities high above the surface. In the not-too-distant future, Craig Mayerik explores the world of Hollows to secure supplies for his family. With his bat-wings as his only means of transportation, he must avoid the dangerous man-eating Hollows lurking on the surface.
This spring at IDW, where there’s aliens, there’s zombies! In THE COLONIZED, a new four-issue series launching in April, writer Chris Ryall, artist Drew Moss, and cover artist Dave Sim explore the arrival of these strangely interwoven threats in a secluded separatist town in Montana.
Echoing their famous series of 1978 solo albums, this March, legendary rockers KISS take to solo adventures in a new miniseries from IDW Publishing! Further exploring the deep mythology that’s made the Kings of Rock hold dual citizenship as Kings of Comics, this year, The-Four-Who-Are-One must take up arms alone against a slew of dynamic enemies and evil forces.
If you aren’t on Twitter, you are missing out the latest breaking news from your favorite creators and artists. Chris Ryall, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief at IDW Publishing has revealed that G.I. Joe #8 will feature a scratch-off cover revealing the new Cobra Commander.
That’s kind of a cool gimmick to get people to at least stop and check out the book. I wonder how many jack-wads will end up scratching the cover off in the store without buying the book?
IDW Publishing, a leader in graphic novel and book publishing, announced today that long-time Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall has been promoted to become the company’s first Chief Creative Officer.
Comic book tales already expect readers to suspend disbelief in order to enjoy the story. The Weekly World News does the same thing, but it does it in a way to create some laughs for those that are in the know, and foster hysteria in those that believe.Â When IDW Publishing combines comics and the Weekly World News, something insane is going to happen.
One of the things that never ceases to amaze your Robot Overlord, is how often people fall into the trap of the tabloid magazines.Â The Weekly World News has been around since before I got my first transistor, and has been outlet for entertainment for both of my favorite meat bags.Â IDW Publishing released Weekly World News – the comic book this week, and in my infinite wisdom, the Robot OverlordÂ tagged it as the first dueling review of 2010.Â Matthew, Stephen, your Robot Overlord commands you to commence with the dueling review!
IDW publisher Chris Ryall let everyone know via his Twitter feed, that the sequel to 30 Days of Night has started shooting in Vancouver.Â The followup will feature Keile Sanchez playing Stella Oleson, who is tracking down the vampire queen responsible for the destruction of the Alaskan town featured in the first film.
Don’t expect this movie to be rushed to the theater, as “30 Days of Night: Dark Days” is expected to be a direct-to-DVD release.
Acclaimed novelist/filmmaker/painter Clive Barker is teaming up with IDW to make his return to comic books in October with Clive Barkerâ€™s Seduth. This especially horrific comic is presented with vivid 3-D effects, as Barker is joined by the Eisner-nominated art team of Gabriel Rodriguez and Jay Fotos (Locke & Key), along with co-writer Chris Monfette and 3-D art expert Ray Zone.
San Diego, CA (July 24, 2009) â€“ Following on the thrilling Comic-Con exclusive footage of the upcoming Screen Gems film Legion, IDW Publishing announces the movie prequel, co-written by the filmâ€™s director Scott Stewart and Tom Waltz (Silent Hill: Sinnerâ€™s Reward). Legion: Prophets, IDW’s four-issue weekly miniseries, leads directly into the movie, setting the scene for an all-out war between Heaven and Earth.
â€œThe premise of the film is great, and a little scary,â€ said IDW Publisher/Editor-in-Chief, Chris Ryall. â€œWho hasn’t looked around at what’s going on in the world and thought that the Apocalypse really might be coming soon? Legion: Prophets gives a glimpse of what that might be like.â€