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IDW’s SONIC THE HEDGEHOG Runs Free Of Archie Comics’ Past

As the Sonic The Hedgehog series celebrates its first milestone by reaching 25 issues with IDW comics, its time for fans of the Archie...

Review: A Power Shift Occurs In SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #25

Sonic The Hedgehog #25 celebrates the first comic book anniversary for the new series thanks to Ian Flynn, Adam Bryce Thomas, Matt Herms, and...

On Reading the 1st Year of Li’l Abner: Li’l Abner’s Villains

Whether Capp's pastiche is accurate or not is open to interpretation, but none can deny its charm or Capp's obvious devotion to his subject.

Review: Schemes Move Forward In TRANSFORMERS #16

With Transformers #16 from IDW by Brian Ruckely, Anna Malkova, Bethany Mcquire-Smith, Josh Burcham, and Joanna Lafuente it seems like the slow build present...

Review: It’s Harvest Time in READ ONLY MEMORIES #2

What seemed like a simple missing person’s case develops into a much deeper, more arcane mystery in Read Only Memories #2, out this week...

USAGI YOJIMBO COLOR CLASSICS #1 – Breathes Life Into A Classic Tale

Stan Sakai's classic Rabbit Rōnin, Miyamoto Usagi, receives the IDW Color Classics treatment in this week's Usagi Yojimbo Color Classics #1. Sakai's Usagi has been...

On Reading the 1st Year of Li’l Abner: Mammy and Pappy Yokum

In addition to being Abner's moral compass, Mammy is a force unto herself. In just one year publication, Mammy settles a fraud dispute, exposes graft in a local beauty contest — which she ends up winning herself — settles a multi-million-dollar adoption dispute, rescues her husband from being tortured, and cooks about a billion po'k chops.

I CAN SELL YOU A BODY #2 – Love, Money and Dead Bodies Reanimated

Denny stoops to new lows as he drags others into his final 48 hours of life while enacting an asinine plan in IDW's, I...

On Reading the 1st Year of Al Capp’s Li’l Abner: Meet the Yokums

Li'l Abner may be gigantic, but he doesn't get violent often. His mammy taught him to use his head first and his fists as a last resort. Rest assured that if Abner has to "smack yo' 'round a bit," then yo' deserve it.

Review: Scum & Villainy in THE KILL LOCK #2

The second issue of Livio Ramondelli's "The Kill Lock" invests itself into the flaws and backstory of its characters as they seek a cure...

ROM: DIRE WRAITHS #1 Mixes Modern Comics With Silver Age Sci-Fi

Rom: Dire Wraiths #1 is a sci-fi throwback with a modern feel and IDW’s latest title for the legendary Spaceknight, Rom. The double-sized issue...

RISING SUN #1: A New Journey Begins

Rising Sun #1 was an action-packed introduction to a series set in Feudal Japan that pits heroes against monsters.

Meet the Yokums: Al Capp – On Reading the First Year of Li’l Abner

Although in the early years Capp used Li'l Abner as a means to lampoon stuffed-shirt conservatives, whether from the north or the south, as the character and Capp aged Li'l Abner developed a decidedly more conservative tone.

Review: TRANSFORMERS #15 Reintroduces The Best Parts Of IDW’s Megatron

With Transformers #15 by Brian Ruckley, Anna Malkova, Bethany McGuire-Smith, Joanna LaFuente, and Josh Burcham the series feels like it is capturing what it...

IDW Starts The New Year Strong With I CAN SELL YOU A BODY #1

This Wednesday is the first for many things; the first day of 2020, the first Wednesday of 2020, the first New Comic Book Day...

Review: These Robots are Not Alright in THE KILL LOCK #1

Transformers artist Livio Ramondelli brings an engaging new premise to bear with "The Kill Lock" #1. An intriguing plot, smart dialogue and top-notch artwork...

Review: READ ONLY MEMORIES #1 is Masterful Cyberpunk Noir

Read Only Memories #1, the first chapter in a new four-issue limited series out this week from IDW Comics, is a true sci-fi treat....

TMNT #100: Believe the Hype

IDW’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #100 fulfills the markers for a great comic. The culmination of years of plot lines? Yup. Big emotional hits?...

Review: DYING IS EASY #1 – Laugh to Death, Brutally

An ex-cop tries his hand at comedy because homicide is too easy in Dying is Easy #1, out this week from IDW Publishing. Joe Hill...

MIGHTY MORPHIN’ POWER RANGERS/TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES #1 – Long Name, Huge Crossover

The youth of the 90s will rejoice this Wednesday, as two of the most beloved franchises meet for the first time in comics history...