Back in April of 2010 we announced the first issues of IDW Publishing's Kill Shakespeare and Pantheon, and coincidentally this week some news involving both properties has arrived with one becoming a board game and the other being adapted as a TV series.
Things can never just be easy, can they? In any event, the feature adaptation of the Joe Hill comic series Locke & Key may have hit a small TV-sized bump on its way to the big screen. Read on for details.
IDW Publishing is bringing zombie comic Deadworld back to life this December. Gary Reed and Sami Makkonen, the team behind Deadworld: War of the Dead, continue where they left off and push the story into even darker territory with new mini-series Deadworld: Restoration.
The spirits of vengeance are back with brutal force in The Crow: Pestilence, a new miniseries coming from IDW Publishing in early 2014 written by Frank Bill with art by Drew Moss and covers by Crow creator James O'Barr.
Back in June we found out that Universal was looking to bring the popular comic Locke & Key to the big screen with writers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci attached to produce this mammoth tale, and today Kurtzman lent some insight to fans as to what to expect.
It's been 20 years, but get ready to return to The Outback! Fans of The Maxx comic and animated series will be thrilled to know that Sam Kieth's unique tale will be returning in multiple formats. Prepare to be Maxximized!
With the San Diego Comic-Con now over, we're catching up on some actual comic book announcements that were made before and during the show so here's the first word on menton3's upcoming The Memory Collectors.
In a new limited series from IDW that will serve as a prequel to his novel NOS4A2, Joe Hill will be taking readers on a dark plunge into the dizzying world of Wraith: Welcome to Christmasland, his first comic since the stunning conclusion of the award-winning masterpiece Locke & Key.
IDW's Artist's Edition comics are prized among collectors, and fans of Mike Mignola's work will want to take note of this announcement that Hellboy himself is about to get the royal treatment.
After being teased with a TV adaptation of the popular comic Locke & Key that failed to materialize beyond a pilot, word has now come that Universal has picked it up to develop as a feature film.
More Joe Hill news has hit our inbox this week with word that he is re-teaming with his longtime collaborator Jason Ciaramella for a new comic miniseries entitled Thumbprint.
IDW Publishing announced its upcoming The New Ghostbusters comics written by Erick Burnham a few weeks ago, and now Issue #1 is available for pre-order. We have a look at all four of the Dan Schoening covers along with the variant tribute cover for subscription customers only.
Criminal Macabre: Final Night - The 30 Days of Night Crossover Issue #1 is coming on December 12th, but we're already looking ahead to Issue #3 and have another guest blog from artist Justin Erickson on the process he used to create the cover.
Guest Interview: Steve Niles Talks Ugly Vampires, How to Treat Fans, Creator-Driven Comics, His Inspirations, and Lots More
Dark Horse Comics Editor-in-Chief Scott Allie provided us with another guest interview this week in which he chats with the incomparable Steve Niles, horror writer extraordinaire.
Issue #1 of the historic IDW/Dark Horse crossover comic Criminal Macabre: Final Night from Steve Niles arrives December 12th, and we have a look at the process artist Justin Erickson used to create the cover.