IDW: new stories dedicated to the Ninja Turtles and Star Wars


Published on Nov 04, 2018


On stage we had Keith Davidson, the EIC of IDW, John Barber, Jonathan Maberry, Shelly Bond, writer, Cavon Scott, writer of Mickey mouse, Derek Charm, the group editor of IDW, Denton Tigton and artist Mateus Santolouco.

IDW has unveiled the new work of Mateus Santolouco for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, Shredder In Hell.

Santolouco says that in this story you will see Shredder, the victim of his environment and circumstances, that a journey of a Shredder in the afterlife.

Meanwhile, in the solicitation of November the publishing house, there are other publications related to the famous Turtles, as the Rise of the TMNT #3 by Matthew K. Manning and Chad Thomas in which we see the Turtles arguing on a topic that's extremely sensitive... which pizzeria has the fastest delivery! But the Turtles will soon have to put aside their opinions and do what they do best: beating up the bad guys!

In addition, it will also be available Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #88 and TMNT Urban Legends #7, in addition to #3 of the Macro-Series dedicated to Leonardo.

The SDCC has been presented to Star Wars: Tales from Vader''s Castle, which is written by Cavan Scott, the five numbers in total.

Derek Charm has said that the art style seen in previous stories of the series Star Wars Adventures will be slightly mutated, veering towards darker tones, in theme with the comics.

In November we will have the #16 Star Wars Adventures written by Chris “Doc” Wyatt, Michael Moreci, Kevin Burke and with the designs of Arianna Florean; the number marks the debut of Star Wars Resistance, the new animated series that comes on Disney Channel this fall.

Between the miniseries tied to the headboard, we Destroyer Down by Scott Beatty and Jon Sommariva.

Swallowed by the shifting sands of Jakku, the Star Destroyer Spectral was lost for two decades, giving rise to rumors of ghosts and hidden treasures. But a sand storm has revealed the ruins of the crashed ship and Rey now claims whatever is inside!

IDW celebrated at SDCC, the 35th anniversary of the toy line of Go-Bots with a saga of science-fiction written and drawn by Tom Scioli, who then will lead us again to experience the adventures of Leader-1, Scooter, Turbo, and all the others.

In the new series of five numbers, the existence of the Go-Bots on Earth has changed the way of life of the humans, helped in everything and for everything by these robots. The only thing that I do is a dream for us... but it could change from one day to another. As they become more integrated in our society, the question must be asked: are they here to replace us?

“This project is a dream – I'm writing, drawing, coloring,... it Is a labor of love, “ says Scioli. “When these characters were conceived in the ’80s, the idea of robots with human personalities was science-fiction. Now, it is history. The world of the living machines is here – we are living in. The time is right to Go-Bots! ”

David Hedgecock, associate publisher of IDW: “it IS a testimony to the strong collaboration between IDW Publishing and Hasbro”.

It will be also a new series prequel based on the characters of George Romero's Road of the Dead will be a comic book prequel, “Is a little bit crazy and a lot of fun. It is crazy how you think it will be.” Covers and interiors are of Drew Moss.

“If you like zombies, gratuitous violence and sarcasm, this is for you,” says the writer Maeberry. The story involves a woman who has perhaps found a cure for a virus zombie, and everyone wants to put their hands on it. Think of what you would expect to have from a work linked to Romero!


Finally, Unicron has arrived in the Hasbro-verse IDW Publishing. The devourer of worlds was presented by the editor-in-chief of IDW, John Barber, joined by associate editor David Hedgecock, from the editor, David Mariotte, and the director of Global Publishing, Hasbro, Michael Kelly, to talk about the current event, the Transformers: Unicron, which, as has been explained, it is to be understood as a number that relates to the characters feelings more than the simple battles between robots.

This series will also be accompanied by a crossover between Transformers and Star Trek.

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