The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks of comics from IDW that will come out this week...
William Gibson (w)
Butch Guice (a)
Tula Lotay (c)
Science Fiction Superstar William Gibson comes to comics! The U.S. political leaders of 2016 abandon the radioactive planet they’ve destroyed and harness the power of humanity’s last hope: The Splitter, a colossal machine designed to manufacture a bright new reality for them to infiltrate and corrupt.
D.J. Kirkbride (w)
Vassilis Gogtzilas (a & c)
Born in the cataclysmic cosmic catastrophe known as “The Bigger Bang,” Cosmos traversed the barren egg-lands in-between universes, discovered the wisdom of space whales, defeated intergalactic evil, and found love! Now a new threat presents itself, one the hero has never known... worship! What can he give those who would call him God? Intergalactic action and pataphysical philosophy return in THE BIGGEST BANG, the thrilling sequel to the mini-series Den of Geek called one of “the best comics of 2015”!
Luciano Saracino (w)
Ariel Olivetti (a & c)
A collection of masks transforms the young man known as Ich into innumerable different beasts and monsters. Using this ancient power, he embarks on a battle that pits the indigenous people of Colombia against the encroaching Spanish empire. But can one man hope to beat back the massive forces of the conquering Spaniards? Luciano Saracino and Ariel Olivetti (Venom: Space Knight) bring readers a stunningly illustrated story of beasts and men fighting for the soul of a nation!
Ulises Fariñas & Erick Freitas (w)
Dan McDaid (a)
Mega-City Zero, Part 5! Dredd and the girls begin a quest in light last issue’s revelation in this chapter, entitled “This User Does Not Exist.”
John Layman (w)
Andy Kuhn (a)
John McCrea (c)
The Martians came. The Martians saw. The Martians conquered. Now the space invaders cruelly rule over humanity, which has no hope for liberation... until Ruby Johnson decided she had enough and started fighting back.
Michael Wm. Kaluta (a & c)
Michael Wm. Kaluta has been creating beautiful imagery for more than 40 years. Highlights of his career include what many consider to be the definitive version of The Shadow, the still in-progress Starstruck, and a myriad of stunning covers illustrated for nearly every comics publisher—as well as being part of the legendary art collective known simply as The Studio (along with Jeffery Catherine Jones, Barry Windsor-Smith, and Bernie Wrightson).
This collection presents all five Kaluta sketchbooks published by IDW, featuring art selected by the artist from his personal archives—a cornucopia of delightful delineations and lovely line drawings by a true master of the form.
Cullen Bunn (w)
David Baldeón (a)
J.H. Williams (c)
JOURNEY THROUGH MICROSPACE! The reign of BARON KARZA stretches through all of known space… but a small band of renegades have other ideas. Action like you’ve never seen before!
Steve Niles (w)
Damien Worm (a & c)
Gristlewood is under siege, and the lives of the townspeople are at stake. Geoff, Vivian, and the entire Allan clan must do everything they can to stop the bloodsucker threat. While Geoff and Phil are reunited, Dante discovers the secret to Lucas’ disappearance.
Mike Johnson & Ryan Parrott (w)
Angel Hernandez (a & c)
The 50th Anniversary Celebration of the STAR TREK franchise continues in this special event mini-series! It's Kirk and the crew vs. the Klingons in a battle unlike any you've seen before: aboard the Enterprise itself!
Georgia Ball (w)
Amy Mebberson (a & c)
Bake off! Strawberry made it through the regional cooking competition and is on her way to Big Apple City, but her struggle to win the prize is just getting started. Ruthless competitor, Steve Piemanne, has more tricks up his rolled-up sleeves planned to put the Purple Pie Shop on top.
Roger Hill (w)
Wally Wood (a & c)
Wally Wood’s career is legendary among the annals of comic’s history. He rocketed to fame working on Will Eisner’s The Spirit newspaper strip and became one of the most talented artists working for EC Comics during the 1950s. Wood also became a star of EC’s satire comic called Mad, which went on to even greater success as a magazine, allowing the artist to apply his amazing talents in a broader spectrum. When the comics industry fell on lean times during the mid 1950s, Wood segued into the field of science fiction pulp illustration, providing over 200 beautiful drawings and several color cover paintings for the digest magazines; particularly Galaxy. Wood left behind a legacy of great art, much of which has never been reprinted. This book will feature them all. Long time Wally Wood historian Roger Hill has spent the past twenty years pulling together the history of Wood’s involvement with the pulp digests and tracking down original art for this project. Over half of the images have been pulled from the originals or from Wood’s personal file copies, allowing Wood fans the finest possible reproduction!
Beau Smith (w)
Lora Innes (a & c)