Tag: idw publishing
A senior box office analyst says that Paramount is taking up some new and old Hasbro properties to build a universe.
I throw around the term must have pretty every year around SDCC time. Could it be more my greed or a genuine fell that something is a onetime only thing? Well while you, me, and my therapist debate that let me tell you about this must have item for SDCC 2017.
Let’s take a look at the comics coming out for this week April 20, 2016, including The Shadow, Captain America, Hawkeye. All this and more in this week's brand new episode of Picks From the Rack!
It's time for another episode of the best comic review in the world Picks From The Rack! Okay I exaggerated a bit there but we do have some comic books to review this week. So first up Star Wars #15 is another tale from Obi Wan's time on Tatooine watching over Luke and the Lars torn between staying in hiding and the values of being a Jedi. Transformers #49 has Galvatron ending any chance of an ongoing truce between the Cybertronian factions. Captain Marvel #1 has Carol Danvers taking command as she rightfully should for better or worse, oh and Alpha Flight is in here too. Lastly Silver Surfer #1 has me reading a book for a character that for years I have said completely sucks but this writing and art team have pulled me in and I love it. That's it for me. What are you guys reading and do you have suggestions on what I should be reading?
This week's new episode of Picks From the Rack takes a look at the new Ninja Turtles, a somewhat predicatble Batgirl, Star Wars, and more! Come inside to watch the latest episode and see what you should be reading!
Here's a review of the new 30th Anniversary Transformers Figures from the Deluxe line of the series. We've got all four of them or your viewing pleasure and these guys are pretty nice and accurate to their comic couterparts.
To say that IDW Publishing has successfully revived the KISS comic franchise in a unique and entertaining manner would be an understatement. The band has become an energy that surpasses four physical bodies and now can be immortalized through the spiritual transportation of their mystical souls to other individuals… or possibly life forms? It's sort of like how the real group will live on for many more decades through countless tribute bands across the world. If fans get on board and stay onboard, there's no limit to the adventures we could see the "Four-Who-Are-One" embark on.
The rock band KISS is no stranger to the comic book world. Ever since their debut appearance in 1977's issue #12 of Marvel's Howard the Duck monthly series, the Starchild, the Demon, the Spaceman, and the Catman have become not only rock stars but superheroes. The foursome has appeared in two magazine-format comics bookending their television movie exploits in KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park. Since then, they've appeared in three different series published through Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, and Platinum Studios. Let's not forget their latest appearance in Archie Comics.