MidBoss has partnered with IDW Publishing to expand the Read Only Memories universe with an all-new comic book series, set to begin releasing in monthly installments starting December 2019.
It was announced during Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD panel at the San Diego Comic Con that the television series will end with season 7 in 2020.
On Saturday, Kevin Smith is hosting his annual Hall H presentation, and while everyone expected the first look at the movie to appear then, Smith decided to drop the trailer a couple of days early.
IDW Publishing teased attendees at its San Diego Comic Con panel with a bit of a surprise. ROM the Spaceknight is coming back for another run!
Looking for ways to spend your money? Look no further than the Sideshow Collectibles booth at the San Diego Comic Con. The toy manufacturer shared a number of videos from its booth on the wares it has on display, and what we may be able to get in the near future.
Many Spoilerites have been waiting in anticipation for the second half of the theatrical adaptation of Stephen King’s IT to finally drop.
Well, IT is here.
Dark Horse Comics has announced that Flaming Carrot and MysteryMen creator Bob Burden is back with a new series, Hitman for the Dead.
Last night, during Preview Night at the San Diego Comic-Con, comiXology kicked off the show with its invite only event where it showcased new comiXology originals, and other exclusives.
Aaron Mahnke, the creator of the Lore podcast, is launching a five-issue mini-series at IDW Publishing titled Wellington, that examines the darker side of history.
This week, be on the lookout for some very cool toys and merchandise coming from Diamond Select Toys (booth #2607).
Dynamite Entertainment has announced a licensing deal with F. Paul Wilson to bring Repairman Jack to comics. The original graphic novel will be in continuity and written by Wilson.
Writer and RPG creator Marco B. Bucci and artist Jacopo Camagni introduce readers to—Nomen Omen—a tale filled with witchcraft and secrets that will rewire the rules of urban fantasy.
DC Comics has announced ahead of the San Diego Comic Con that it is bringing the Birds of Prey back in an all new series.
IDW Publishing is jumping on The Rise of Skywalker bandwagon with the a three-part storyline set between The Last Jedi and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.