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It’s Alive! Proudly AnnouncesAztec Ace: The Complete Collection

The First-Ever Graphic Novel of Doug Moench’s Seminal Comic Book Work,
Supported by Kickstarter Crowdfunding Campaign

SAN DIEGO, CA – IDW Publishing’s It’s Alive! imprint has announced plans to publish the first-ever collection of the time-traveling Indy cult comic book hit from the 1980s, Aztec Ace! In support of the project, It’s Alive has launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign, which can be found at:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/922494658/aztec-ace-the-complete-collection-by-doug-moench

Aztec Ace: The Complete Collection will be a 500+ page, action-packed, intellectual, time-travel adventure starring a citizen of the original Aztec Empire named Caza (AKA Ace)...

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Usagi Yojimbo (Extended Edition)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Usagi Yojimbo, The Expanded Edition. If it feels like you’ve seen this cover before, it’s because you have. The ‘expanded’ edition is now the third printing of this one-shot. First, there was a regular printing, then a hardcover with a few extras, now the expanded edition. Since this is a reprint, let’s reprint my initial review and move on from there.

TMNT and Usagi have a long and storied past.  Both creations first appeared in 1984 as black and white, creator owned, anamorphic characters, with asian influences. By 1989, the Turtles’ franchise was picking up steam, and a conversation between Usagi Creator Stan Sakai and TMNT co-creator Peter Laird resulted in Usagi being released as part of the TMNT Playmate Toys line...

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula By Mike Mignola Returns To Print!

Beloved series is finally coming back in a gorgeous new edition from IDW

25 years ago one of comics’ most celebrated creators, Mike Mignola, adapted to comics, along with Roy Thomas, the star-studded Columbia Pictures (Sony Pictures Entertainment) film by Francis Ford Coppola, Dracula, based on the world-renowned novel by Bram Stoker. Now at last fans of this lost treasure will have a chance to relive the terror, or discover it for the first time, as IDW is bringing the complete story back to print!

“I cannot tell you what a relief it is to have this book back in print,” said artist Mike Mignola. “People have been asking about this one for ages—More than any other book of mine—and I honestly didn’t think it was ever going to be possible to see an edition, but here it is...

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New Creator-Driven Series The Spider King Debuts This February

New Creator-Driven Series The Spider KingDebuts This February
Earth’s Last Line of Defense: Vikings!

San Diego, CA (November 20, 2016) – In the year 956 AD an unlikely group of Viking warriors in northern Europe face an even more unlikely adversary in the form of… Aliens! The debut graphic novel from Australian author Josh Vann and Italian illustrator Simone D’ArminiThe Spider King, introduces a vicious and violent world of survival to an extra terrestrial threat unlike any mankind has faced before.

Originally self-published in 2016 and funded with Kickstarter, The Spider King will make its serialized debut this February as IDW will release the international hit to a whole new audience. Garnering early praise upon its release, The Spider King was nominated for Be...

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Bring Lynn Johnston’s For Better or For Worse Home Today

Bring Lynn Johnston’s For Better or For WorseHome Today
Collect the Entire Run Chronologically Beginning with Volume One

San Diego, CA (October 31, 2016) – One of the most beloved comic strips of all time, this new collection of For Better or For Worse, produced with Lynn Johnston’s oversight, is the definitive edition, collecting each decade of the strip in hardcover volumes, the first of which is now available to purchase.

During For Better or For Worse’s decades-long run, the world witnessed the Patterson family grow up in real time, garnering a devoted audience of more than 220 million along the way. This debut volume begins with the strip’s premiere in September 1979 and goes through the end of 1982, reprinting more than three years of the daily and Sunday comics, with...

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