E.A. Henson looks at James Kolchalka’s Monkey Vs Robot: The Complete Epic and Joe Hill Martin Simmonds’ Dying Is Easy.
The Last Ronin feels very much like a continuation of the original Mirage Comics TMNT books.
Scarenthood delivers “a really great blend of humour, a dash of the mundane, and the creeping supernatural dread that make for a scary and relatable story.”
Uncle Highlander says that Voyage to the Stars is a great book for fans of the podcast, but might be hard to penetrate for readers unfamiliar with its backstory.
IDW’s The Kill Lock takes an old premise and injects fresh new life into it.
Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman created a legend in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. And this summer, a lost storyline from the two comes to life.
Sea of Sorrows from IDW will blend of horror, folklore, and history and will be sure to have you sinking into the mystery of the vast waters.
The Star Wars Adventures series of books by IDW is wonderful. It’s everything the title promises: Adventures set in the Star Wars universe.
This week E.A. Henson features two big titles from IDW: TMNT #100 and the new detective book from Joe Hill, Dying is Easy.
Where were you in the 1980’s? Revisit the glorious decade of pop culture, new wave, cold war politicking, extreme partying and pure excess with Marilyn Manor!
Mystery and murder, everywhere! Everyone’s favourite board game of their youth is back in comic book format with a brand new miniseries affectionately titled: Clue: Candlestick!
In this week’s Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson looks back at the daily adventures of the Amazing Spider-Man, which are collected in a new book from IDW.