There are a lot of people talking about IDW Publishing’s adaptation of City on the Edge of Forever. The new issue arrives in stores this week, and if you want to see what the buzz is all about, take the jump now!
I’ve been waiting for this issue to arrive for a while now, and IDW Publishing was kind enough to send us a sneak peek of Star Trek: Harlan Ellison®’s City on the Edge of Forever #1.
It’s episode 130 of the podcast! This week, I have two great interviews, so be sure to listen in! First up are the creators of High Crimes, Christopher Sebela and Ibrahim Moustafa. They discuss how the book came to be, the research they’re doing to keep it real, how the characters were created and the future of this excellent digital-first comic at monkeybraincomics.com! This series has recently been Eisner nominated, something you’ll want to learn more about as well! Then we catch up with J.K. Woodward, who has a very special Star Trek book comic coming soon, which he talks
Take the jump for your first look at Star Trek: The Star Date Collection, Vol. 2: Under the Command of Christopher Pike from IDW Publishing.
Press Release IDW Games announced it had signed J.K. Woodward and Dave Dorman to be the art team for their launch title, Kill Shakespeare. Woodward’s work has been a mainstay at IDW since 2005, where he helped relaunch Fallen Angel before moving on to various Star Trek series, including last-year’s best-selling Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who maxi-series. Dave Dorman is an Eisner Award-winning artist known for his extensive work in the fantasy genre, including Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and much more.
Genre crossovers continue to be popular among the kids and the studios and publishers who see money fall from the sky with each and every issue release. The Star Trek/Doctor Who crossover continues, and Matthew and Stephen return with their Major Spoilers Dueling Review of the book.