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[html]Newsarama hat einen Artikel veröffentlicht, indem es um die Zusammenarbeit zwischen IDW Und Hasbro geht. Insbesondere wird hier aauf den Erfolg eingegangen.

IDW and Hasbro: A New Kind of Comic Book Dynamic Duo

IDW has come a long way since its founding in 2000. At first merely a boutique publisher of high-end creator-owned books, the San Diego-based company has expanded by leaps and bounds in its 13 years of operations to become the fourth largest comics publisher in America. And it’s thanks in no small part to the characters and stories of the toy company Hasbro.

IDW currently has the licenses for five distinct and well-known Hasbro brands: G.I. Joe, Transformers, My Little Pony, Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons (the latter two from Hasbro subsidiary Wizards of the Coast). Together, IDW’s Hasbro titles account for 20% of IDW’s releases in December 2013, with roughly a dozen ongoing series on shelves (or about to be), in addition to special issues, limited series, art books, and collections of current and past stories. This beneficial partnership first started in 2005 when IDW successfully acquired the comic book rights to Transformers after the bankruptcy of the previous publisher, Dreamwave Productions. G.I. Joe was picked up in 2008, and My Little Pony joined IDW’s stables in 2011. These three primary brands each support their own family of titles at IDW, with the RPG-based Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons also supporting titles as well.

IDW Senior Editor John Barber describes the partnership as “a nice relationship of trust and mutual respect” built over the past eight years and the successes’ IDW has had with the properties. Barber, who worked previously at Marvel guiding titles like Wolverine, Stephen King’s Dark Tower and the Ultimate line, says that there’s a misconception about the differences between licensed comics and comics owned in-house.

“I always feel—and maybe this isn’t the case—but I feel like people want to create a situation where the licensed comics are in a different category than “normal” comics,” Barber points out. “In my experience, the practical reality of working on Transformers or G.I. Joe is essentially the same as working on a comic at Marvel. I mean—they’re not some unusual beast that’s outside the range of normal comics.”

Barber says his main point of contact at Hasbro is their Director of Global Publishing, Michael Kelly. The two talk on a daily basis between phone and email, with Barber valuing Kelly’s knowledge of the characters and awareness of good storytelling.

“Michael and I will talk about the stories we want to do—I’ll act as liaison between writers and artists and him, but he knows most of the creators, and we’ll all sometimes talk at conventions and the like,” describes the IDW editor. “Again, not dissimilar to my experiences at Marvel: the writer and artist will typically have a working relationship with the editor, who will run stuff up the creative flagpole. Michael oversees the material getting to the people it needs to at Hasbro.”

Kelly, who has served as Hasbro’s liaison with IDW since 2008, describes his relationship with Barber, and by extension Hasbro’s relationship with IDW, as “extremely collaborative and dynamic.”

“We communicate frequently, sharing ideas, bouncing around stories, and generally figuring out what to do next. It’s a pretty intense process, and the timelines are really tight, so there’s always a sense of urgency,” Kelly admits. “But we share a common goal: delivering compelling stories that draw readers in and, if we’re successful, make them need to know what happens next.”

Some might see Kelly’s role as merely the person signing off on the ideas of IDW and its comic creators, but he describes it as more than that.

“I play a few different roles, and the one most people would expect to hear is that of managing the negotiations and the business side of the licensing agreement. But that’s really just the start,” Kelly points out. “Once the agreements are in place, my role shifts more to creative consultant, providing feedback on manuscripts and art, ensuring we are sticking to the brand tenants, but also encouraging the creative team at IDW to test the boundaries, to push the storytelling in new directions and explore new ideas. That’s how brands grow and evolve, and that’s one reason Hasbro’s brands have endured through multiple generations.”

When asked for a specific example of a particular strong moment of toy/comics synergy between IDW and Hasbro, Barber pointed to the current “Dark Cybertron” event happening in Transformers.

“Working with the Transformers team and getting these comics out in the toy packages, all while building to an epic story that’s satisfying to existing fans. I think that’s a big moment for us—and there’s this amazing thing happening near the end of “Dark Cybertron” that I couldn’t believe it was going to make the jump to the toys,” teased Barber. “But I can’t talk about it yet, which is a lame answer but it’s really a fun twist on a well-known premise. It was something that originated—I think, if I remember right—with Mark Weber on Transformers brand team, and More Than Meets The Eye writer James Roberts and I couldn’t believe it was an idea on the table, let alone that it would be reflected in the toys. Sorry to have to be really vague about it.”

Another example of a success story that happened through the combined work of IDW and Hasbro was the creation of a new Transformers character, Drift. Drift was the first Transformers character created by IDW, and after his initial debut in 2008’s Transformers: All Hail Megatron he wasn’t quite the success story among fans. Although Barber didn’t join IDW until after Drift’s debut, he says the initial reaction is a story told around IDW offices frequently.

“From what I hear, the initial fan reaction—the initial vocal fan reaction, I should say—was really negative. I don’t know that it was really indicative of everybody’s opinions, but there were definitely fans saying: Here’s a new character who’s trying way too hard to be cool and who’s being forced on the fandom. It was that type of reaction,” Barber explains. “But for the past few years, Drift has been one of the most consistently popular characters at Botcon and Comic-Con International: San Diego and among fans in general. It’s kinda fun to see the shift.”

IDW Publisher Chris Ryall has called Drift the Transformers’ brand version of Wolverine, in regard to his anti-hero status with a mysterious past that draws fans in. Like Drift, Wolverine was a late addition to a well-known franchise and had some significant backlash before being welcomed by fandom with open arms.

“That happens a lot with long-running [groups of] characters,” Barber says. “it’s a similar thing to how there’s a faction of G.I. Joe fans that still resent Duke coming into the series—yet there’s a bunch of other fans who can’t imagine G.I. Joe without Duke.”

But it’s that ardent fandom that Barber says makes comics, and particularly IDW’s Hasbro titles, so successful.

“I love that there are people who care about these characters. They care when we’re doing things wrong, they care when we’re doing things right, and I love that lots and lots of people will disagree about which things are wrong and which are right,” Barber says. “I mean, that’s the fun of being a fan—and particularly of working on a brand like Transformers, where this character can, in a short amount of time, appear across multiple mediums.”

The IDW-created Drift will join Wolverine as a denizen of the big screen in 2014 when he makes his live-action debut in Transformers: Age of Extinction. That follows a long tradition of comic series informing the stories of the franchise and on through to other mediums; former Marvel editor Larry Hama that infused the then nameless G.I. Joe characters with a backstory, personality, and numerous characters that havemade it so popular. Likewise, it was comics editors and writers at Marvel that created the world of Transformers based on several imported Japanese toy lines. Barber says in a good licensing arrangement between a publisher and a licensor, there’s a synergy of ideas going back and forth to build the identity of the brand.

“With Transformers now at IDW, there have been many designs and ideas that we’ve come up with on the comics side that have inspired toys—sometimes it’s a specific look for a character by Alex Milne or Nick Roche or Andrew Griffith or Guido Guidi or Don Figueroa or Casey W. Coller or anybody whose name I’m embarrassingly forgetting, that inspires a toy design,” explains the editor. “There’s definitely a lot of flow the other way, too, where—owing to our enjoyment of the toys—we’ll pick up on a toy design to use in the comics.”

Barber says that in the past year they’ve begun working “pretty closely” with Hasbro’s design team for the Transformers toy line, “bouncing ideas back and forth” that creates more continuity between unfolding events in the comics and the toys. In addition, the entirety of IDW’s “Dark Cybertron” comics event is included with Hasbro’s Transformers products on toy shelves worldwide.

Given their previous track record and the overlapping fanbases however, it’s no surprise IDW could achieve success with G.I. Joe and Transformers comic series. But when IDW announced it was doing a My Little Pony comic series, it was a different story entirely. But fast forward to the present day and IDW’s My Little Pony has shown amazing sales numbers, leading the publisher to do an expansive line of My Little Pony ongoing series and collections. Newsarama asked Barber for his perspective about the surprise success, and he said it’s largely because it engages a different audience than comics normally attracts – an audience starved for material.

“My Little Pony is a phenomenal success. It’s great because it’s introducing a lot of new readers—and a wide demographic of readers—to comics,” Barber explains. “A bunch of IDW editors go to the comic book store on Wednesday at about the same time every week. Whenever there’s a new My Little Pony comic, there’s a girl of about seven or eight years old who’s dragged her dad in so she can buy the comic. He’s not buying anything; it’s all about her getting a comic she likes. That’s fantastic.”

Kelly says that even within the walls of Hasbro there was skepticism about the idea of a My Little Pony when he initially proposed it, but that the then-recent creation of the animated series My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magiche thought the “style, humor and overall message of the show” would resonate in the comic book medium. Also some of his colleagues at Hasbro were initially reticent about the idea, Kelly says IDW was an early-adopter.

Because of the success of My Little Pony, IDW has branched out to create a unique new product offering called My Little Pony Micro-Fun Packs. These packages will measure approximately 5 inches tall says Barber, and will include a full-length My Little Pony comic along with reusable stickers, temporary tattoos, posters, and even a “How To Draw” section. In addition to being available to comic book stores, My Little Pony Micro-Fun Packs will be carried at major outlets like Target, Wal-Mart and Toys “R” Us.

“It’s a substantial little pack, and they’ll be in places where My Little Pony fans go, but where you don’t usually encounter comics,” Barber states. “I think these have a potential to reach a very wide audience that isn’t already a comic shop patron.”

In the short term, these types of promotions are aimed at helping the sales of My Little Pony, but Barber says the potential long-term effects for this is even more note-worthy.

“The readers coming for their interest in My Little Pony or Transformers are the casual audience that some people claim have disappeared from comics. These readers might be hard-core fans of My Little Pony, but they’re casual comic fans, buying the comics that interest them. Which is healthy for comics, I think,” Barber says. “I got into comics with G.I. Joe and then Transformers—they were the first comics I really gravitated towards, and I branched out from there… so I know comics like My Little Pony or G.I. Joe or Transformers—all of these can draw in new readers.”

One of the most surprising aspects of My Little Pony’s success was in part to it having no track record in comics, unlike G.I. Joe and Transformers. With that in mind, there are numerous other properties in the Hasbro library that could be next in line for similar success. Among Hasbro’s impressive holdings are toy lines like G.I. Joe and Transformers that came of age in the 1980s, but unlike those have settled into a dormant state. Barber says Hasbro has “pretty deep pockets when it comes to cool brands,” admitting a personal “love” for Jem and the Holograms as an example. Although he wasn’t ready to make any announcements, he did leave us with this.

“As for comics…. Well, who knows what the future will hold.”

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[html]Heute können wir euch eine Vorschau zun den IDW Comics 2014 geben. Es wird eine neue Transformers Reihe geben. Der Name ist Transformers: Windblade und hier haben wir auch etwas zum Inhalt: Aber Achtung Spoiler.

"Who is Windblade? In the aftermath of Dark Cybertron, Windblade takes the planet by storm—and Starscream’s not happy about her being there! But where did she come from—and what does her secret mean to the future of the Transformers? A powerful new chapter in the Transformers saga begins here!"

Dann wird es die X-Files: Conspiracies geben. Hier werden auch Transformers drin sein. IDW kündigt aber auch das Transformers: Age of Extinction Comic an. Wir dürfen also gespannt sein.

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[html]IDW wird die beiden Bücher More than Meets the Eye und Robots in Disguise Volume 1 noch einmal heraus bringen. Diesmal wohl mit neuen Covern. Bei Amazon kann man beide schon vorbestellen.

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[html]Hier haben wir die IDW Comic Ankündigungen für den Monat April-

TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE #28: DAWN OF THE AUTOBOTS
John Barber (w), Andrew Griffith (a), Casey W. Coller (c), Andrew Griffith (vc), Livio Ramondelli (vc).
EARTHFALL! The AUTOBOTS return to Earth--with OPTIMUS PRIME in command! But what brought them back--and what terrifying secret do the humans hold? A bold new era begins here!
32 pages, $3.99.

TRANSFORMERS: MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE #28: DAWN OF THE AUTOBOTS
James Roberts (w), Alex Milne (a), Casey W. Coller (c), Livio Ramondelli (vc), Alex Milne (vc).
CERTAIN DEATH, HERE WE COME! MEGATRON assumes control of the quest to find the Knights of Cybertron--a quest that has never before been so urgent, so personal, and so likely to end in tears. An incredulous Lost Light crew is left asking the same thing you are: how exactly did it come to this?
32 pages, $3.99.

TRANSFORMERS: WINDBLADE #1: DAWN OF THE AUTOBOTS
Mairghread Scott (w), Sarah Stone (a), Casey W. Coller (c), Sarah Stone (vc).
WHO IS WINDBLADE? In the aftermath of DARK CYBERTRON, WINDBLADE takes the planet by storm! But where did she come from--and what does her secret mean to the future of the TRANSFORMERS? A powerful new chapter in the TRANSFORMERS saga begins here!

TRANSFORMERS: DARK CYBERTRON, VOL. 1
James Roberts, John Barber (w), Phil Jimenez, Andrew Griffith, Brendan Cahill, James Raiz, Atilio Rojo, Livio Ramondelli (a), Phil Jimenez (c)
Shockwave makes a move millions of years in the planning--an ultimate strategy to remake Cybertron and destroy both the Autobots and Decepticons! Collects Dark Cybertron #1, More Than Meets The Eye #23, and Robots In Disguise #23.
152 pages, $19.99.

TRANSFORMERS LEGACY: A CELEBRATION OF TRANSFORMERS PACKAGE ART
Jim Sorenson, Bill Forster (w)
Remember the thrill of tearing open the wrapping on Christmas morning, discovering a brand new TRANSFORMERS toy in a shiny new box? While the toys were amazing in their own right, what made the packages stand head-and-shoulders above the competing action figures on shelves was the stunning box art. Transformers: Legacy collects hundreds of beautifully airbrushed paintings from the iconic first decade of The Transformers. Essays and interviews from the original illustrators give unprecedented insight into the process behind the art. This book is chocked full of extras, including never before seen artwork from toys that never were, original design sketches, catalog artwork, and more.

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[html]Hier sind die IDW Vorschauen für den Monat Mai.

TRANSFORMERS MORE THAN MEETS EYE #29 DAWN O/T AUTOBOTS
(W) James Roberts (A/CA) Alex Milne
STAND-OFF! While the crew of the Lost Light react to MEGATRON's arrival with characteristic maturity (calling him names behind his back and ignoring him when he speaks) one AUTOBOT is convinced that a more direct approach is needed. Guess what happens when a one-time tyrant is told he's not wanted? Yeah, exactly.

TRANSFORMERS MORE THAN MEETS EYE #29 SUBSCRIPTION VAR
(W) James Roberts (A) Alex Milne (CA) Nick Roche
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover with art by Nick Roche!

TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE #29 DAWN O/T AUTOBOTS
(W) John Barber (A/CA) Andrew Griffith
DETONATION BOULEVARD! Who is MARISSA FAIREBORN-and why does she want OPTIMUS PRIME dead?! And more importantly... how did she start working with on of the AUTOBOTS deadliest enemies...? Dangerous allegiences form, thanks to the terrifying shape the CYBERTRONIANS have twisted planet Earth into!

TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE #29 SUBSCRIPTION VAR
(W) John Barber (A) Andrew Griffith (CA) Casey Coller
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover with art by Casey W. Coller!

TRANSFORMERS WINDBLADE #2 (OF 4) DAWN O/T AUTOBOTS
(W) Mairghread Scott (A/CA) Sarah Stone
CYBERTRON UNDER FIRE! Someone is out to kill WINDBLADE-but discovering who means turning to some less-than-savory 'Bots. Can WINDBLADE trust her informants enough to stake her life on them? And who will she turn to when the events of DARK CYBERTRON come back to haunt them all?

TRANSFORMERS WINDBLADE #2 (OF 4) SUBSCRIPTION VAR
(W) Mairghread Scott (A) Sarah Stone (CA) Alex Milne
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover by Alex Milne!

TRANSFORMERS REGENERATION ONE TP VOL 04
W) Simon Furman (A) Guido Guidi (CA) Andrew Wildman
Rodimus Prime struggles to comprehend what is happening as dark forces rise and an invasion begins the war to end all wars. Collects issues #96-100.

TRANSFORMERS MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE TP VOL 01 NEW PTG
(W) James Roberts, John Barber (A) Alex Milne, Nick Roche (CA) Livio Ramondelli
More Than Meets The Eye reunites the fan-favorite creative team behind Last Stand of the Wreckers and sends the Transformers on an epic quest to the farthest reaches of the Transformers Universe and beyond! Also includes the one-shot "Death of Optimus Prime."

TRANSFORMERS ROBOTS IN DISGUISE TP VOL 01 NEW PTG
(W) John Barber (A) Andrew Griffith, Casey Coller (CA) Livio Ramondelli
The war for Cybertron is over-now the hard part begins! BUMBLEBEE and his fellow AUTOBOTS struggle to maintain control of a world without OPTIMUS PRIME! Bumblebee's provisional government is struggling and Prowl defends it against the DECEPTICONS but how far will he go-and who will chose to stand by his side?

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[html]Hier haben wir die Vorschau auf die IDW Transformers Comics für Juni 2014.

Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #30: Dawn of the Autobots
James Roberts (w) • Alex Milne (a & c)
EVACUATION! Is it possible for a starship to object to its captain? That’s what the AUTOBOTS are asking MEGATRON as the Lost Light becomes the most dangerous place in the universe!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
- DAWN OF THE AUTOBOTS continues!
- MEGATRON commands the AUTOBOTS in space!
- Variant cover by Guido Guidi!

Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #30: Dawn of the Autobots—Subscription Variant
James Roberts (w) • Alex Milne (a) • Nick Roche (c)
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover with art by Nick Roche!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers: Robots in Disguise #30: Dawn of the Autobots
John Barber (w) • Andrew Griffith, Casey W. Coller (a & c) • Griffith (c)
GALVATRON THE BARBARIAN! From Cybertron’s ancient past came the warrior-king, GALVATRON. Once, he united CYBERTRON and ushered in a Golden Age. Now, he wants to do the same to Earth… but OPTIMUS PRIME has a problem with that plan.
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
- DAWN OF THE AUTOBOTS continues!
- OPTIMUS PRIME commands the AUTOBOTS on Earth!
- Variant cover by Guido Guidi!

Transformers: Robots in Disguise #30: Dawn of the Autobots—Subscription Variant
John Barber (w) • Andrew Griffith (a) • Casey W. Coller (c)
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover with art by Casey W. Coller!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers: Windblade #3 (of 4): Dawn of the Autobots
Mairghread Scott (w) • Sarah Stone (a & c)
THE FATE OF CYBERTRON! WINDBLADE learns more about the new face of CYBERTRON—and lesson number one is: never underestimate STARSCREAM! She’s trapped in a no-win situation—but what is the scheming DECEPTICON really after, and how far will he go to keep WINDBLADE out of his way?
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Bullet points:
- WINDBLADE battles for the future of CYBERTRON!
- BLURR and the patrons of MACCADAM’S join the struggle against STARSCREAM!
- The biggest TRANSFORMERS character debut since DRIFT continues!
- Variant cover by Guido Guidi!

Transformers: Windblade #3 (of 4): Dawn of the Autobots—Subscription Variant
Mairghread Scott (w) • Sarah Stone (a) • Alex Milne (c)
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover by Alex Milne!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers: Spotlight Drift Director’s Cut
Shane McCarthy (w) • Casey W. Coller (a) • Livio Ramondelli (c)
ALL HAIL DRIFT! From his debut, the former DECEPTICON called DRIFT has been one of the most controversial—and popular—TRANSFORMERS characters! Now relive his first solo adventure with an outstanding array of behind-the-scenes material! Learn how DRIFT went from a supporting character in a comic book to a toy—and how he became a part of the TRANSFORMERS mythology!
FC • 48 pages • $4.99

Bullet points:
- The history of DRIFT revealed!
- Never-before-seen layouts, sketches, designs, and script pages!
- Exclusive commentary from Shane McCarthy, Guido Guidi, Casey W. Coller—and more!

Transformers: Dark Cybertron, Vol. 2
James Roberts, John Barber (w) • Atilio Rojo, James Raiz, Livio Ramondelli, Andrew Griffith, Phil Jimenez, Brendan Cahill (a) • Phil Jimenez (c)
The conclusion to the 12-part epic DARK CYBERTRON! OPTIMUS PRIME and MEGATRON join forces against SHOCKWAVE! Titans clash and the ultimate battle will leave the planet changed forever.
TPB • FC • $19.99 • 152 pages • ISBN: 978-1-61377-998-9

Bullet points:
Collects Robots in Disguise #25–27, More Than Meets The Eye #26–27, and Dark Cybertron #2.

Transformers Classics, Vol. 7
Simon Furman, Bob Budiansky, Ralph Macchio (w) • Andrew Wildman, Frank Springer, Don Perlin (a) • Guido Guidi (c)
The historic roots of The Transformers are re-presented for maximum Cybertronian enjoyment. Collects issues #77–80, the Headmasters four-issue series, and the three-issue Movie Adaptation. Freshly re-mastered and re-colored, these stories are accompanied by an in-depth introduction as well as select issue notes by Mark W. Bellomo.
TPB • FC • $29.99 • 276 pages • ISBN: 978-1-61377-987-3

Bullet points:
- Collects the final issues of the original series!

Transformers: All Hail Megatron Deluxe Limited Hardcover
Shane McCarthy, Simon Furman (w) • Guido Guidi (a)
This limited-edition hardcover of Transformers: All Hail Megatron is signed by Shane McCarthy and Trevor Hutchison and hand-numbered to 350. This collection of the complete series has been packaged and presented in beautiful hand-assembled casing and silver metallic covers. HC w/slipcase • FC • $125.00 • 492 pages • ISBN: 978-1-63140-031-5

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[html]Jetzt kommt von IDW eine Collection heraus, die sich The IDW Collection Phase 2 nennt. Die erste Sammlung davon soll im September erscheinen und es sind Meets the Eye issues 1-5 und Robots in Disguise 1-6 enthalten zusammen mit der Death of Optimus Prime One-Shot Serie enthalten.

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[html]Auf der Wondercon lief gestern ein IDW Panel und in diesem wurden Bilder zu den neusten kommenden Comics gezeigt. Zu sehen sind unter anderem More than Meets the Eye, Robots in Disguise, Windblade, Transformers vs. G.I. Joe und das neue Comic Primacy.

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[html]Hier haben wir nun das Video vom IDW Panel auf der WonderCon 2014

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[html]Bei Amazon.com kann man jetzt die IDW Transformers: Phase 1 Omnibus Edition vorbestellen. Dies ist eine Sammlung der Transformers: Infiltration, Escalation und Devastation Miniserien.

Phase One collects the first three arcs of IDW's Transformers continuity, Infiltration, Escalation, and Devastation, written by longtime TF scribe Simon Furman, with art by E.J. Su, Nick Roche, and Robby Musso.

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[html]Hier haben wir nun die Pressemitteilung von IDW von der Wonder Con 2014.

IDW Announcements Roll Out
at Wonder Con 2014
Multiple New Projects Coming From Publisher

San Diego, CA (April 21, 2014) – At this year’s Wonder Con in Anaheim, IDW unleashed an impressive array of announcements, bolstering its lineup through the fall of 2014 and beyond. Brand-new titles, miniseries featuring fan-favorite characters, new Artist’s Editions, new television deals, and a first-of-its-kind exclusive creator deal rounded out the action-packed weekend. IDW Entertainment, along with George Lopez and his Travieso Production Company, announced they are developing Wormwood as an animated television series based on the acclaimed IDW title created by Ben Templesmith. David M. Stern (Ugly Americans, The Simpsons) has been tapped to write the pilot episode and serve as an executive producer on the series. Circle of Confusion (Walking Dead) will also executive produce the show. IDW Entertainment will fund development of the series, which will soon be marketed to the networks.

At the Artist’s Edition panel, Special Projects Editor Scott Dunbier showed off some of the amazing art included in the Marvel Cover’s Artist’s Edition and announced that John Buscema’s Silver Surfer (in cooperation with Marvel Comics), and two more projects with Walter Simonson, Walter Simonson’s Manhunter & Other Stories (in cooperation with DC Entertainment), and Walter Simonson’s Lawnmower Man Artist’s Edition portfolio, collecting the entire Stephen King-penned story into a deluxe portfolio, will soon join the IDW Artist’s Edition catalog!

The acclaimed videogame franchise Borderlands is returning to IDW with a brand new miniseries “The Fall Of Fyrestone.” Written by the original game writer Mikey Neumann, the new series promises the dark humor and high-end action that fans love about the videogames.

IDW’s Star Trek comics continue to break new ground and delight fans with two stories that are Star Trek “firsts.” Star Trek #35 starts “The Q Gambit,” which crosses the paths of the omnipotent (and beloved) Q and the crew of the recent 2009 film franchise for the first time. In July, fans will get the chance to see all six Star Trek medical officers ban together for the first time as they fight a mysterious virus in the one-shot Star Trek Special: Flesh and Stone.

Traveling back to the ‘40s, the new miniseries The X-Files: Year Zero by writer Karl Kesel and artists Vic Malhotra and Greg Scott explores the mysterious origins of the department and the strange connections Mulder and Scully now find themselves up against.

A new five-part miniseries set in the world of Judge Dredd focusing on Judge Anderson will debut this August: Judge Dredd: Anderson, Psi-Division, by writer Matt Smith and artist Carl Critchlow, will continue to explore Dredd’s early years in this follow-up to Smith’s Judge Dredd: Year One series.

IDW returns to Konami’s horror masterpiece with Silent Hill Downpour: Anne’s Story. Written by Tom Waltz (Silent Hill: Sinner’s Reward, Silent Hill: Past Life and the Silent Hill Downpour video game), with artwork by Tristan Jones (Ghostbusters, Hoax Hunters). Waltz, further acclaimed for his writing on IDW’s ongoing TMNT revival, will also launch a sci-fi action-adventure epic with artist Casey Maloney, The Last Fall.

The partnership between IDW and 44FLOOD was announced at New York Comic-Con 2013, and this weekend it was made public that the second release from this collaboration is Ben Templesmith’s The Squidder, a new four-issue series coming this August.

Also on the creator-owned front, Angel: After the Fall fan-favorite writer Brian Lynch will launch Monster Motors in July. Announced at “The Greatest Panel in the Known Universe,” the action-comedy features art and cover by Transformers artist Nick Roche.

Transformers: Primacy is coming this August! Writers Chris Metzen and Flint Dille with artist Livio Ramondelli guide us through the war for Cybertron that will shake the world of the TRANSFORMERS to the core, in this, the final chapter of the Cybertron War trilogy.

And finally (for now), IDW’s partnership with Darby Pop Publishing grows with the upcoming July release of Doberman. From the minds of Rob Rosell and Scott Marder, known from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Unsupervised, with writer Jack Lambert and artist Brandon McKinney (Army of Two) the story of Frank Doberman comes to life and he wants a six-pack and vengeance![/html]

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[html]Hier die IDW Comic Ankündigungen für den Monat Juli.

Transformers: More than Meets the Eye #31
(W) James Roberts (A/CA) Alex Milne
FLYING BLIND! Trapped inside a giant replica of RODIMUS's head (don't ask), MEGATRON and the crew of the Lost Light have to solve the biggest mystery of their lives. And they have to do so quickly-because every time the lights go out, something terrible happens...

Transformers: Robots in Disguise #31
(W) John Barber (A/CA) Andrew Griffith
MINDBOMB! The humans have access to a CYBERTRONIAN mind-but whose is it-and why do they want it? OPTIMUS PRIME and GALVATRON race for answers, as JAZZ faces the consequences of his last trip to Earth.

Transformers: Windblade #4
(W) Mairghread Scott (A/CA) Sarah Stone
PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER ONE! WINDBLADE seeks out the last refuge she has left, the living city METROPLEX as his malfunctions intensify! WINDBLADE realizes that even if she survives STARSCREAM, METROPLEX himself may doom them all!

Transformers VS G.I. Joe issue #1
(W) Tom Scioli, John Barber (A/CA) Tom Scioli
SPACE WAR I! Earth makes contact with an alien race-and G.I. JOE is on the front lines of first contact! But when the TRANSFORMERS arrive-their version of "peace" does not match our own...

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[html]IDW Marketing und PR Manager, Rosalind Morehead und Coordinator Kahlil Schweitzer, haben wir IDW Panel mit John Barber (Robots in Disguise), Mairghread Scott (Windblade) und James Roberts (More Than Meets the Eye) aufgenommen.

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[html]IDW Publishing hat am 8. Mai das Cover des aller ersten Comics der Transformers veröffentlicht. Genau 30 Jahre zuvor wurde mit diesem Comic Transformers ins Leben gerufen.

The Transformers made their comic debut 30 years ago, today! Autobots, Roll out! Original cover by Bill Sienkiewicz

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Transformers VS G.I. JOE #2
Tom Scioli & John Barber (w) • Scioli (a & c)
BOOTS ON THE GROUND! The war has begun and no bars will be held! SCARLETT’s forces go head-to-head with MEGATRON’s hordes and the most off-beat adventure in comic book history hits a new level of dangerous alliances, deadly invasions, and devastating betrayals!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers VS G.I. JOE #2 — Subscription Variant
Tom Scioli & John Barber (w) • Scioli (a) • Ed Piskor (c)
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover by creator of Hip Hop Family Tree, Ed Piskor!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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The comic book event of the millennium!
One world was never enough for this war!
Cosmic action as you like it!
Connecting Variant Cover by Tom Scioli

Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #32: Dawn of the Autobots
James Roberts (w) • Alex Milne (a & c)
SLAUGHTERHOUSE! The crew of the Lost Light are used to past decisions coming back to bite them, but nothing—not even an ULTRA MAGNUS-certified crash course in the law of unintended consequences—could have prepared them for the horrors of Sector 113. Be warned: this issue is not for the easily distressed—or the easily heartbroken.
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #32: Dawn of the Autobots — Subscription Variant
James Roberts (w) • Alex Milne (a) • Nick Roche (c)
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover with art by Nick Roche!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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MEGATRON leads the AUTOBOTS into the gravest danger they’ve ever faced!
What is the horror of Sector 113?
Variant Cover by Casey Coller!

Transformers: Robots in Disguise #32: Dawn of the Autobots
John Barber (w) • Andrew Griffith (a & c)
AUTOBOTS VERSUS EARTH! OPTIMUS PRIME and the AUTOBOTS discover the humans’ secret—and they aren’t pleased with what they learn! Will the DECEPTICON’s alliance tear down the peace—and will the world learn the CYBERTRONIANs are back?
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers: Robots in Disguise #32: Dawn of the Autobots — Subscription Variant
John Barber (w) • Andrew Griffith (a) • Casey W. Coller (c)
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover with art by Casey W. Coller!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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OPTIMUS PRIME versus GALVATRON!
DEVASTATOR versus EVERYBODY!
Earth will never be the same!
Variant Cover by Casey Coller!

Transformers: Primacy #1 — SPOTLIGHT
Chris Metzen & Flint Dille (w) • Livio Ramondelli (a, c)
THE WAR FOR CYBERTRON! Optimus Prime versus Megatron. Autobots versus Decepticons. At the dawn of the conflict, battle lines are drawn and sides are set… now legends will be made. The war that would define a planet begins in earnest—and its revelations will shake the TRANSFORMERS’ world to the core!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers: Primacy #1 — Subscription Variant
Chris Metzen & Flint Dille (w) • Livio Ramondelli (a) • Sarah Stone (c)
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FC • 32 pages • $3.99
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The end of the beginning!
The final chapter of monumental Cybertron War trilogy!
Written by World of Warcraft and Diablo’s Chris Metzen and the legendary Transformers writer Flint Dille!
Variant Cover by Casey Coller!
Art by fan-favorite Livio Ramondelli!

Transformers: IDW Collection Phase Two, Vol. 1
James Roberts, John Barber (w) • Nick Roche, Alex Milne, Andrew Griffith, Casey W. Coller, Livio Ramondelli (a) • Sarah Stone (c)
The war for CYBERTRON is over but BUMBLEBEE and his fellow AUTOBOTS struggle to maintain control of a world without OPTIMUS PRIME. The provisional government is struggling and PROWL will defend it against the DECEPTICONS at seemingly all costs. Meanwhile, HOT ROD and a group of AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS embark on an epic quest to the farthest reaches of the Universe.
HC • FC • $49.99 • 272 pages • 7” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-040-7

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Collects the one-shot Death of Optimus Prime, More Than Meets The Eye issues #1–5, and Robots in Disguise issues #1–6.

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Transformers: Phase One Omnibus
Simon Furman (w) • E.J. Su, Nick Roche, Robbie Musso (a) • Klaus Scherwinski (c)
Phase One collects the first three arcs of IDW's Transformers continuity, Infiltration, Escalation, and Devastation, written by longtime TF scribe Simon Furman with art by E.J. Su.
TPB • FC • $29.99 • 404 pages • 6” x 9” • ISBN: 978-1-63140-113-8
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The original IDW TRANSFORMERS trilogy—Infiltration, Escalation, and Devastation—in one softcover collection!

Transformers: Primacy #2 (of 4)
Chris Metzen & Flint Dille (w) • Livio Ramondelli (a & c)
DECEPTICONS ASSEMBLE! The war for CYBERTRON begins in earnest! MEGATRON brings together the deadliest of his troops for an unbelievable assault on the AUTOBOTS—and the TRANSFORMERS’ world is shaken to the core!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers: Primacy #2—Subscription Variant
Chris Metzen & Flint Dille (w) • Livio Ramondelli (a) • Sarah Stone (c)
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover with art by Sarah Stone!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
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The End of the Beginning of the TRANSFORMERS Saga!
30th Anniversary Variant Cover by Sarah Stone!

Transformers VS G.I. JOE #3
Tom Scioli & John Barber (w) • Scioli (a & c)
CYBERTRON INFESTED! The Transformers’ homeworld is crawling with tiny green invaders from the planet Earth—the G.I. JOE team! Also this issue—Funeral for a Friend. Many AUTOBOTS and G.I. JOE soldiers have fallen in the line of duty—but you've never seen a send-off like this!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers VS G.I. JOE #3—Subscription Variant
Tom Scioli & John Barber (w) • Scioli (a) • Jim Rugg (c)
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover by creator of Afrodisiac and Supermag, Jim Rugg!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
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WAKE THE DEAD!!! In 3-D!!!
Not actually in 3-D—but you will not believe your eyes! Guaranteed!
The biggest thing ever gets bigger!
Interconnected Variant Cover by Tom Scioli!

Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #33: Dawn of the Autobots
James Roberts (w) • Alex Milne (a & c)
REVELATIONS! The fate of an entire planet hangs in the balance as MEGATRON races to solve the dark riddle of Sector 113. As unseen forces move in for the kill and old friends reveal their true colors, the AUTOBOTS realize that everything—everything—is a lie. All this...and an open briefcase.
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #33: Dawn of the Autobots—Subscription Variant
James Roberts (w) • Alex Milne (a) • Nick Roche (c)
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover with art by Nick Roche!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
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Secrets are revealed!
Questions are answered!
Lives are changed!
30th Anniversary Variant Cover by Sarah Stone!

Transformers: Robots in Disguise #33: Dawn of the Autobots
John Barber (w) • Sarah Stone (a) • Andrew Griffith (a)
WHEELJACK REBORN! After months unconscious, WHEELJACK awakens to find a strange, new CYBERTRON! STARSCREAM rules—OPTIMUS PRIME has made peace with MEGATRON—and WINDBLADE controls the city. What’s a scientist to do… but uncover the greatest mystery in TRANSFORMERS history?
FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Transformers: Robots in Disguise #33: Dawn of the Autobots—Subscription Variant
John Barber (w) • Sarah Stone (a) • Casey W. Coller (c)
For subscription customers only, a special variant cover with art by Casey W. Coller!
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
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The fate of the Aerialbots revealed!
30th Anniversary Variant Cover by Sarah Stone!

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[html]Hier haben wir die Vorschau zu den kommenden IDW Comics für den Monat Oktober.

More Than Meets The Eye #34
(W) James Roberts (A) Atilio Rojo (CA) Brendan Cahill
THE DILEMMA! On a planet dedicated to Right and Wrong, four damaged AUTOBOTS must make an impossible choice: kill or cure? Whatever they decide, their lives will never be the same.

Robots In Disguise #34
(W) John Barber (A) Livio Ramondelli (CA) Andrew Griffith
THE ENIGMA! At last... the secret origins of CYBERTRON's golden age are revealed to OPTIMUS PRIME-and what he learns changes everything about the AUTOBOTS' mission on Earth!

Primacy #3
(W) Chris Metzen, Flint Dille (A/CA) Livio Ramondelli
CYBERTRON AT WAR! The giant city-sized Titans, METROPLEX and TRYPTICON, battle on a scale the universe has never seen-and the destruction they leave in their wake leaves CYBERTRON ready for the DECEPTICONS to strike!

Transformers Vs. G.I.Joe #4
(W) Tom Scioli, John Barber (A/CA) Tom Scioli
THE WAR AT HOME! But whose home-and whose war?! Interstellar war has never been so cosmic! The G.I. JOE team faces the TRANSFORMERS-on Earth and Cybertron. Plus-just in time for Halloween... meet the OCTOBER GUARD!

Windblade TPB
(W) Mairghread Scott (A) Sarah Stone (CA) Casey W. Coller
In the aftermath of DARK CYBERTRON, WINDBLADE takes the planet by storm! But where did she come from-and what does her secret mean to the future of the TRANSFORMERS?

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[html]Heute können wir euch die Bilder vom San Diego Comic-Con 2014 IDW Panel zeigen. Zu sehen ist hier:

Transformers Robots In Disguise und More Than Meets The Eye, Windblade, Primacy, Punishment, Drift Empire of Stone, Combiner Wars, Humble Bundle, Angry Birds und Transformers Vs GI Joe.

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[html]Hier haben wir die Pressemitteilung von IDW Publishing. Es sind neue Informationen zu Angry Birds / Transformers und Transformers: Combiner Wars dabei.

All Eyes On IDW At Comic-Con International 2014!
New Series, Archival Collections, And Monumental Crossovers Announced

San Diego, CA (July 28, 2014) – The eyes of the world were watching San Diego Comic-Con International 2014 for major announcements and this year IDW Publishing took the stage to reveal an impressive array of projects that are coming soon! Behold, the cure for the post-convention blues is here:

Star Trek / Planet of the Apes
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to “mind-meld” with a sentient ape? Or wanted to see a Klingon on horseback, brandishing a rifle? Readers will soon have a chance to peek into just such an alternate future, as IDW Publishing partners with BOOM! Studios for the crossover event of the year: Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive. The creative team will be a mix of proven experience and new blood with scripts by beloved Star Trek scribes Scott and David Tipton (Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation 2) and interior art and covers by the British newcomer Rachael Stott.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Ghostbusters
The crossover of the year comes to IDW when two of the most legendary teams come face-to-face in the new mini-series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ghostbusters! Written by top IDW talent, Tom Waltz, and Erik Burnham, the series will feel right at home with art by Dan Schoening.

Orphan Black
The acclaimed sci-fi series assumes a new identity in the form of a comic-book series from IDW Publishing. This will not be a clone of the show but will feature some all-new stories set in the complex and thrilling world of Orphan Black, which IDW will be working closely with the show’s producers to expand. The full creative teams and series details will be announced soon, with the first comic-book series launching in early 2015.

Garbage Pail Kids
Topps’ Garbage Pail Kids, the 1980s sensation, will have readers squirming with delight this winter as the obscene adolescents star in a brand-new comic-book series from IDW Publishing. With the likes of Adam Bomb, Leaky Lindsay, and New Wave Dave populating the Garbage Pail Kids universe, the delightfully deformed and often downright disgusting Kids are set to make their mark on the world of comics, just in time for their 30th Anniversary in 2015!

Edward Scissorhands
Just in time for Halloween, IDW Publishing and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products are proud to announce the first in a number of new projects together, with the first ever Edward Scissorhands comic book series. The long overdue all-new adventures begin in October, with New York Times best-selling author Kate Leth (Adventure Time) on writing duties and Drew Rausch (Haunted Mansion) lending his delightfully spooky style to the interior art. Rounding out the creative team will be acclaimed Locke & Key artist Gabriel Rodriguez, who will provide a stunning and suitably creepy cover for the debut issue.

Corto Maltese
The complete Corto Maltese will published in English for the first time! EuroComics, a new imprint edited by Dean Mullaney, worked closely with Patrizia Zanotti, Pratt’s long-time collaborator, to present the complete Corto Maltese in a series of twelve quality trade paperbacks in Pratt’s original oversized black and white format. They will also feature new translations from Pratt’s original Italian scripts by Simone Castaldi, Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures at Hofstra.

Eric Powell’s The Goon Artist Edition
Special Projects Director, Scott Dunbier revealed the fan-favorite, cult series, The Goon by Eric Powell is next in line to receive the acclaimed Artist’s Edition treatment! Collecting the series “Chinatown,” The Goon Artist’s Edition will pummel its way into comic shops in 2015.

Shadow Show
IDW announced a 5-issue series of comic-book adaptations of the prose anthology Shadow Show, a tribute to the work of the incomparable Ray Bradbury. Shadow Show #1 starts with the haunting and melancholy “By The Silver Water of Lake Champlain,” written by Joe Hill (Locke & Key) and adapted by Jason Ciaramella (The Cape) with art by Charles Paul Wilson III (Wraith) and a gorgeous cover by Locke & Key co-creator Gabriel Rodriquez. Issue 2 will see Neil Gaiman’s “The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury,” brought to life with artist Maria Fröhlich, and artist Eddie Campbell will tackle Audrey Niffenegger’s “Backward In Seville.” Other Shadow Show stories to be included are Harlan Ellison’s “Weariness,” Dave Eggers’ “Who Knocks?” and Alice Hoffman’s “Conjure” with accompanying artists to be announced.

Angry Birds / Transformers
Announced earlier this year, Rovio and Hasbro have teamed up two beloved properties in Angry Birds and The TRANSFORMERS! This fall IDW will bring the mayhem to comics with the brand new series, Angry Birds Transformers, expanding on the unexpected backgrounds of this explosive crossover! Written by The Transformers mastermind, John Barber, with art by Marcelo Ferriera, this crossover will be one for the record books!

Transformers: Combiner Wars
A new Transformers event, Transformers: Combiner Wars will start March 2015 from writers Mairghread Scott and John Barber and artists Sarah Stone and Livio Ramondelli. It’s an arms-race of truly titanic proportions as a long-lost ancient artifact allows the Cybertronians to unite into more powerful, gigantic forms. Will Cybertron—or the galaxy—be able to withstand the onslaught? Find out with a prologue and 5 issues, running in TRANSFORMERS #39-41 and the new TRANSFORMERS: WINDBLADE #1-3, which will be packed in with select TRANSFORMERS GENERATIONS toys.

Galaxy Quest
The adventures of the NSEA Protector continue at IDW with an all-new Galaxy Quest series set after the film. Written by Erik Burnham, with art by Nacho Arranz the new series will be available in early 2015!

Dungeons & Dragons
A new Dungeons & Dragons series, Legends of Baldur’s Gate, sets off for adventure this October; led by fan-favorite writer Jim Zub. With art by Max Dunbar and covers by Sarah Stone, this will be a series of legendary proportions!

Lion Forge
IDW announced that it would be joining forces with Lion Forge Comics to bring the hit digital comics line to print, starting later this year!

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Joe Frankenstein
Joe Frankenstein is a 2015 action/horror/adventure tale from Chuck Dixon and Graham Nolan (co-creators of Batman villain, Bane) telling the story of young Joe Pratt, who discovers upon meeting the monster of his ancestor, that he is the heir to the Frankenstein name. A legacy that may get him killed if the creatures of the night have their way.

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IDW is an award-winning publisher of comic books, graphic novels and trade paperbacks, based in San Diego, California. Renowned for its diverse catalog of licensed and independent titles, IDW publishes some of the most successful and popular titles in the industry, including: Hasbro’s The TRANSFORMERS, G.I. JOE and MY LITTLE PONY; Paramount’s Star Trek; Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; 2000AD’s Judge Dredd; The Rocketeer; Toho’s Godzilla; Wizards of the Coast’s Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons; V-Wars from New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Maberry; Ragnarök from Eisner Award-winner Walter Simonson; Winterworld, created by Chuck Dixon and Jorge Zaffino; and Little Nemo from the award-winning duo of Eric Shanower and Gabriel Rodriguez. IDW is also home to the Library of American Comics imprint, which publishes classic comic reprints, Yoe! Books, a partnership with Yoe! Studio, and the multiple award-winning Artist's Edition imprint.

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as a long-lost ancient artifact allows the Cybertronians to unite into more powerful, gigantic forms



Ein uraltes Zauber-Dingsbums erlaubt also das zu tun, was bei IDW die Combiner schon die ganze Zeit tun? Wir hatten doch schon Monstructor, Devastator und Superion. Warum kann es nicht einfach auf die Weiterentwicklung / weitere Nutzung dieser etablierten, bekannten Technologie hinauslaufen? Warum wieder ein uraltes Zauber-Dingsbums?
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Weil IDW wahrscheinlich gar keine Pläne in die Richtung hatte und nach Hasbros Pfeife tanzen muss, die natürlich ihre neuen Toys bewerben wollen.


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Kann man ja machen, aber dann hätte es auch einfach heißen können "nach der von Devastator verursachten Zerstörung bauen jetzt beide Seiten neue Combiner" und fertig. Warum wieder auf die Zauberei-Schiene?

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Menasor hatten wir aber auch schon in IDW. Also eigentlich gar keine neuen Combiner bis jetzt. Die jetzigen kamen schon in der Handlung vor. Die Protectobots auf der Lost Light sind allerdings neu und laut Roberts nicht ohne Grund auf der Lost Light.

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Zitat von Philister, am 30/7/2014 um 15:24

Kann man ja machen, aber dann hätte es auch einfach heißen können "nach der von Devastator verursachten Zerstörung bauen jetzt beide Seiten neue Combiner" und fertig. Warum wieder auf die Zauberei-Schiene?



Vermutlich weil man mit Zauberei bequem alles erklären kann, was man gerade will. ;)
Bei dem alten Artefakt tippe ich auf Enigma of Combination, dem Artefakt von Nexus Prime.

Und um mal wild weiter zu spekulieren: Optimus Prime war immer ein Prime/Knight of Cybertron und Orion Pax nur eine Tarnung, wegen irgendwelcher Gründe. Die Matrix wollte die Erinnerungen an sein frühers Leben aktivieren, Orion Pax/Optimus Prime hat sich unbewusst dagegen gewehrt, deshalb hatte er immer Kopfschmerzen von der Matrix. :biggersmile: :crazyfool:


Soweit ich weiß, sind Combiner-Teams jetzt auf alle Serien verteilt, es wäre also ein Crossover im Stil von Dark Cyberton möglich. :gruebel: In dem Fall müsste ich schon wieder ein paar MTMTE-Hefte lesen, von der Aussicht bin ich nicht so begeistert.


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[html]Von IDW kommen jetzt die Transformers Micro-Comic Fun Packs heraus. In diesem sind unter anderem Spotlight Hefte.

Collect all four Transformers: Micro-Comic Fun Packs! The issues collected in this set are pulled from the Transformers Spotlight series. Each issue also features new bonus content including a set of Transformers Fact Files and a dual-page spread that allows fans to use their stickers to create their own Transformers battle scenes! The packs also contain a micro poster (1 of 8), sticker sheet (1 of 8), and collectible temporary tattoos (1 of 8). Each collectible Micro-Comic Fun Pack features a new cover illustrated specially for this format by artist Livio Ramondelli and a full stand-alone story printed on heavy matte stock as well as several collectible blindly packed components.

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