10 Stories We'd Love (And 10 We'd Hate) in the Back To The Future Comic

One of the many things that makes the Back to the Future trilogy great is how tight the story is. There’s a beginning, middle, end and though the story weaves in and out of those moments, it’s incredibly self-contained. Which is why the idea of a Back to the Future comic book sounds so weird.… » 7/17/15 10:00am 7/17/15 10:00am

Read an exclusive preview of Tim Truman's new Weird Western, Hawken (updated with interview)!

Courtesy of IDW Publishing, here's an exclusive seven-page sneak peek at Hawken, a new Weird Western miniseries written by the father-and-son team of Tim and Ben Truman. Comic fans will know Tim's art from cult classic science fiction books like Scout and Grimjack, and we're plum tickled to be able to debut his new… » 11/15/11 10:55am 11/15/11 10:55am

Witness The Birth, Death Of The Autobots In New Comics

If you've ever wondered just how the original Transformers » 7/28/08 11:39am 7/28/08 11:39am were created - If they're robots, then surely built them, right? - then you have less than a year to wait for an answer, according to IDW's panel at this weekend's San Diego Comic-Con. And that's not the only revelation you can expect about the robots in…

Dueling Terminators To Roam Comic Book Stores

Now it's not only onscreen that the Terminator has two different futures; IDW's announcement yesterday of a Terminator: Salvation prequel comic book (along with an adaptation of the movie itself) means that Dynamite Entertainment's ongoing line of Terminator comics (Itself separate from Dark Horse's Terminator: Omnibus » 7/27/08 12:00pm 7/27/08 12:00pm

Cartoon Network Brings Comic Rodents, Dragons To TV

It's not just big budget summer blockbusters anymore; now cable television is looking to the world of comics for material. Cartoon Network announced today that it's adapting three indie comics into made-for-TV movies, making sure that the adults of the future will have fond memories of warrior mice, teenage dragons… » 7/23/08 3:30pm 7/23/08 3:30pm