Sneak Peeks: IDW Publishing November 16, 2016

The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks of comics from IDW that will come out this week...

Comic Book History of Comics #1 (of 6)
Fred Van Lente (w)
Ryan Dunlavey (a & c)

For the first time ever, the inspiring, infuriating, and utterly insane story of comics, graphic novels, and manga is presented in four-color glory! The award-winning Action Philosophers team of Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey turn their irreverent-but-accurate eye to the stories of Jack Kirby, R. Crumb, Harvey Kurtzman, Alan Moore, Stan Lee, Will Eisner, Fredric Wertham, Roy Lichtenstein, Art Spiegelman, Herge, Osamu Tezuka – and more!


Angry Birds Comics #11
Paul Tobin & Various (w)
Giorgio Cavazzano & Various (a)
Ciro Cangiolosi (c)

When the birds get wind of the pigs newest plan to steal their eggs a full-blown battle breaks out. It’s swine against avian and it’s advantage—pig! Meanwhile, the King is ill and unfit to rule. A replacement King must be chosen . . . BY LOTTERY. Who will it be? What chaos awaits?




Atomic Robo and the Temple of Od #4 (of 5)
Brian Clevinger (w)
Scott Wegener (a & c)

Look if Trump just got elected, we’re all doomed. Not even an atomic robot, his trusty team of scientists, or odic warriors can help us now. We are done for. So drown your sorrows in this, what will be one of the last pieces of cultural ephemera created by mankind in this, the twilight hour.





The Electric Sublime #2 (of 4)
W. Maxwell Prince (w)
Martin Morazzo (a & c)

“There are a million ways of seeing…" Trapped Inside the Mona Lisa with Manny and Arthur, Margot learns the impossible rules of The Electric Sublime.  Meanwhile, a mass suicide raises questions about the connection between art, the men in white, and the winking ideogram. This year’s most topsy turvy series continues in an issue full of blood, sweat, and paint splatter.



G.I. JOE: Revolution #1
Aubrey Sitterson (w)
Giannis Milogiannis (a) 
Aaron Conley (c)

G.I. JOE IS BACK! Thanks to the events of REVOLUTION, the G.I. Joe team led by Scarlett returns to the fray, leading the charge against invading TRANSFORMERS and other aliens. But when a US military defense base goes dark, Scarlett has reason to suspect that these enemy forces may have infiltrated G.I. Joe. It’s up to her, Roadblock, Rock ‘n Roll, Quick Kick, Wild Bill, and Shipwreck to move in and root out any traitors before the facility falls into the wrong hands!

Godzilla: Rage Across Time #4 (of 5)
Ulises Farinas, Erik Freitas (w)
Pablo Tunica (a) 
Bob Eggleton (c)

Hannibal makes his daring assault on Rome, but first he must overcome an unforeseen obstacle... Godzilla! Can the classical era's greatest terror defeat history's mightiest monster?





Insufferable: Home Field Advantage #2
Mark Waid (w)
Peter Krause (a & c)

Nocturnus must negotiate a deadly labyrinth to save the captive Meg. Meanwhile, Galahad must protect Bob the Electrician from death in order to free the city from criminal tyranny. One of these men fails at his job.






Jackboot & Ironheel #4 (of 4)
Max Millgate (w & a & c)

EDDIE NEALE finally tastes FREEDOM! Will he escape the grip of NAZI TYRANNY at last, only to be TRAPPED on a trajectory to fulfill an ancient PROPHECY? There's no going back NOW! He may not be able to save himself, but if VICTORIOUS...he might just save the WORLD!






Micronauts #7
Cullen Bunn (w)
Max Dunbar (a & c)

In the aftermath of REVOLUTION, the Micronauts are trapped in a world inhabited by giants! Oz, Phen, Acroyear, and crew desperately struggle to find their way home—but they discover they weren’t Microspace’s first visitors to planet Earth.





Star Trek: Waypoint #2 (of 6)
Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore, Sam Maggs (w)
Gordon Purcell, Rachael Stott  (a)
David Malan (c)
 
This month, two stories from different ends of the galaxy! First, a GOLD KEY homage from New York Times best-selling Star Trek author Dayton Ward, with Trek novelist and collaborator Kevin Dilmore, and art by Gordon Purcell (Star Trek), where Kirk and Spock find an uncharted planet inhabited by monstrous robots! And finally, a story by Sam Maggs, bestselling author of The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy, with art by Rachael Stott (Star Trek, Doctor Who). Learn the backstory of Yeoman Leslie Thompson, the first and ONLY female redshirt to die in the ORIGINAL SERIES!

Uncle Scrooge #20
Francesco Artibani, Joe Torcivia (w)
Corrado Mastantuono (a)
Andrea Freccero (c)

“The King of Tides!” Our pirate adventures continue this month when Ludwig Von Drake returns home from a sea hunt even crazier than usual! Scrooge and Donald must help Ludwig retrace his undersea steps—through a giant squid’s maw into the secret grotto of deadly buccaneers!




Walt Disney’s Comics & Stories #735
David Gerstein, Byron Erickson (w)
C├ęsar Ferioli (a)
Daan Jippes (c)

“You Vindaloo, You Lose a Few”: It’s Duck Vs. Food when Chef Donald has chopped the world’s hottest curry in his cutthroat kitchen—but does Uncle Scrooge have no reservations about success? Plus a trippin’ new Mickey and Eega Beeva time travel tale!




Yakuza Demon Killers #1 (of 6)
Amit Chauhan (w)
Eli Powell (a & c)

Tokyo harbors a dark secret! When a museum heist goes wrong, a damaged thief named Ochita becomes trapped in the middle of a battle between a horde of demons and the merciless Yakuza. No matter who wins, humanity loses.