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December 13, NEW YORK, NY— Vivek J. Tiwary’s debut graphic novel, The Fifth Beatle tops The New York Times bestseller list in its third week of release! The breakout novel sits atop long-established titles such as The Walking Dead and Batman. This news comes on the heels of announcing Peyton Reed (BRING IT ON, THE […]
Official Press Release December 3, NEW YORK, NY—After an amazing show of demand for Vivek J. Tiwary’s breakout graphic novel, The Fifth Beatle sailed to number five on the New York Times bestseller list in its first week on sale!
Official Press Release San Diego, CA (September 17, 2013) – Continuing to set the gold standard in comics preservation, IDW Publishing’s Library of American Comics, in partnership with DC Entertainment, will release the amazing never-before reprinted adventures of Superman that appeared in the Sunday newspapers for more than twenty-five years. The strips will be releases […]
Official Press Release San Diego, CA (March 14, 2013) – IDW’s Library of American Comics and DC Entertainment proudly announce the beginning of a new partnership to reprint some of the rarest DC Comics stories — the Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman newspaper strips. “We’re thrilled to announce a comprehensive publishing program for these historic […]
ONENATION could easily be passed off as just another Superman rip off – even something as simple and potentially insulting as just a Black Superman story. The origin of the main character, Deacon is essentially that of Superman but it takes the archetype in a different and maybe even more interesting direction with the help […]
This was going to be it. The last week of The New 52 by DC Comics. At this point, it was a job buying all of the comics, reading and swapping them. But we were still digging it, enjoying new books, new twists on old books and swapping opinions. I was glad to see an […]
As a comic book writer in the indie world, I need to read a lot of books to keep up with what the majors and my lesser-known but no less-talented fringe-friends are doing. I’m not opposed to this as one of the reasons I started writing comics was because I had trouble stopping reading them […]