Press Release Recently launched IDW Entertainment, along with George Lopez and his Travieso Production Company, announced today they are developing Wormwood as an animated television series based on the acclaimed IDW comics, created by artist Ben Templesmith.
Press Release The San Diego International Comic-Con, one of the largest comic book convention, where artists and writers from across the world gather in hopes of having their dreams come true- to have their work published and make a name for themselves. For three talented people, this dream came true.
Press Release Ten years ago this month, four young entrepreneurs launched a small creative services company. A decade later, IDW has grown to be the fourth-largest comic book and graphic novel publisher, with a diverse catalog of new and classic books, representing every major entertainment genre. To commemorate its tenth anniversary, the company will release the two-volume hardcover IDW: The First Decade in May, 2009. Volume 1 of IDW: The First Decade is currently available online at IDWPublishing.com.
San Diego, CA (April 13, 2009) â€“ Good things come in threes at IDW! Capping off a week of milestones, IDW is proud to enter the ranks of Diamondâ€™s top three publishers for the first time in March. In addition to reaching third, IDW is also celebrating its tenth anniversary, and boasts five Eisner nominations, another new company record. â€œThis is a huge milestone for us, and the culmination of a decade of hard work by the many different people to have contributed to IDW over the years,â€ said Ted Adams, CEO of IDW. â€œWe have a lot to be
Press Release (San Diego, December 15, 2008)Â Eisner Award- and Horror Guild-nominated writer/artist/gadfly Ben Templesmith has built a cult following for his humorous storytelling and edgy artwork for graphic novels, including 30 Days of Night, Fell, Wormwood,Gentleman Corpse, and, more recently, Welcome to Hoxford. In December, IDW Publishing introduces another comic in the Wormwood seriesâ€”Wormwood, Gentleman Corpse: Down the Pub, One-Shot. Templesmith introduces two little-known tales from Wormwoodâ€™s past previously unpublished in comic book format, as well as an all-new story.Â The book features 29 pages of beer-stained art and story.