New Series, TV Shows, Eisners, & More!
This Comic-Con International was IDW Publishing’s most successful yet with high profile booth signings, in demand exclusives, and major announcements!
Each day’s announcements were bigger than the next and here’s your guide to what’s next from IDW that made a splash at the con:
The hit Syfy series was renewed for a second season based on the comic by Beau Smith and with showrunner Emily Andras returning to bring more Wynonna Earp adventures to the small screen.
IDW continues its successful crossovers with DC Comics with these exciting new series.
Following the events of the new movie, a new Star Trek series will arrive in October with the current creative team of Mike Johnson and Tony Shasteen.
Lost Light and Optimus Prime from James Roberts and John Barber were announced in addition to more details regarding the new direction and creative team for G.I. Joe from Aubrey Sitterson and Giannis Milonogiannis.
Paul Cornell and Ryan Kelly bring their Vertigo series Saucer Country back in the form of Saucer State coming in 2017.
The latest and greatest Artist’s Edition was announced as Jack Kirby’s Fantastic Four which hits this December.
A new Jurassic World series was teased on the IDW panel. More details to come!
A spin-off series of Jem and the Holograms, starring their popular rivals, is in the works with script by Jem writer Kelly Thompson and covers by Shouri.
IDW unveiled its newest imprint, It’s Alive!, from Drew Ford.
The next arc of Mark Waid and Peter Krause’s Insufferable hits this October.
News of another master’s Artist’s Edition was unveiled with this Alex Toth edition announced.
The next big horror series from IDW was unveiled with advanced preview pages Written by Amit Chauhan and illustrated by Eli Powell.
To top it all off, IDW Publishing walked away from the Eisners with three awards including Best Reality-Based Work for March Book Three which recognizes the entire team of Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell, Best Archival Collection/Project—Comic Books for Walt Kelly’s Fairy Tales edited by Craig Yoe, and Best Coloring for Jordie Bellaire who won in part for her work on X-Files.
IDW Publishing would like to thank all its creators, fans, and the staff of Comic Con International for another amazing year and we look forward to doing it all again with you in 2017![/fourcol_three] [fourcol_one_last]