Earlier this year, Locke & Key creators Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez met in Miami to work together, in person, on the ending of their award-winning, critically acclaimed comic series Locke and Key... For the first time ever. We were lucky enough to capture the moment(s) on camera, and can now share them with you - as well as a look into the creative process that makes their collaboration unique. And don't miss Part 1!



'Locke & Key' has almost wound its way to a close at IDW and we've got series creators Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez - as well as editor Chris Ryall - on hand to explain some of the mysteries of the long-running comic as it goes out with a bang - and be warned, there's major spoilers for the series so far. And don't miss Part 2!



The newest video game in the "America's Army" series, "Proving Grounds," is out now on Steam, for free. Project Manager Marsha Berry says the game is taking a "back-to-basics approach" this time around, focusing on team-based tactics.

The release comes just two weeks after the release of the eighth issue of the "America's Army" digital comic from IDW, which has been going since the release of "America's Army 3" back in 2009. We chatted with Berry for a while to find out what's different about this game, what the comic is all about, and what's to come. Read More...

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Mateus Santolouco revealed an eye-poppingly awesome piece of artwork on his Facebook page Monday morning. Not only did it confirm the return of the "Greatest Henchmen of all Time"* in IDW's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" comic, but also revealed their updated looks-- as imagined by his incredible artistic stylings! Read on for the full reveal!




When we play the "remember the 90's" game with comics, many of us comics fans from the period will look back on the flashier, embarrassing parts of the industry: the rise of characters with names like "Bloodwulf;" the Chromium era; Superman's mullet. What we forget sometimes is that brilliant comics like David Lapham's "Stray Bullets" or Mike Allred's "Madman" were doing big, exciting, and strange things with the format without the benefit of 47 variant covers.

Add to that list Sam Kieth's "The Maxx," which is getting the hardcover treatment, according to an SDCC 2013 announcement from publisher IDW.



On Friday afternoon at San Diego Comic-Con, IDW Publishing unveiled a slew of announcements about their upcoming projects, from a comics adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's classic gonzo novel "Fear And Loathing in Las Vegas" to finalizing a deal to adapt Alan Robert's 'Crawl To Me' miniseries as a feature film – brief summaries of these announcements follow.




"Hellboy in Hell" has seen the long-awaited return of Mike Mignola's art to the interior pages of his greatest creation. Now, during the hubbub of San Diego Comic-Con, IDW has announced a partnership with Big Red's creator to release the "Hellboy Artist's Edition"! Read on for all the details, on what is sure to be a must-have for Hellboy collectors and fans of beautiful artwork.



Welcome to MTV Geek's New Comic Book Day Pull-List! Each week, we'll look at the best new releases hitting comic shops, and point you at the books you should be reading.

This week is a bit shorter than usual, as we're neck-deep in San Diego Comic-Con madness – but nevertheless, we have a couple fantastic picks for you from DC and IDW!




In IDW's "Doctor Who Special" writer Paul Cornell pulls The Doctor through a wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey wormhole and brings him into the real-world where he encounters not only a real-life Whovian, but actor Matt Smith himself!

Check out an exclusive interview with Cornell below.




San Diego Comic-Con is an overwhelmingly huge event, with thousands of panels, signings, screenings, and special events to choose from – but worry not, we at MTV Geek are here to help you. We've already given you our Top 10 must-see live-action TV panels and our Top 10 must-see toy panels, and here, I, Patrick Reed outline the top ten programs based around the convention's heart and soul: comics.



Late Wednesday afternoon, it was officially announced that Universal Pictures had optioned IDW's highly-regarded Locke & Key comic for development as a major motion picture.

For those who may just be hearing of the series for the first time, Locke & Key is a property created by New York Times best-selling author Joe Hill and Eisner nominated artist Gabriel Rodriguez.  The comic follows siblings who move to their family's ancestral estate after their father's death, and there they discover magical keys that unlock long-buried secrets and give their users supernatural powers.  The collected editions have made multiple appearances on the New York Times bestseller lists, garnered several nominations (and one win) at the comic industries annual Eisner Awards, and won two British Fantasy Awards for Best Graphic Novel. Read More...


Welcome to MTV Geek's New Comic Book Day Pull-List! Each week, we'll look at the best new releases hitting comic shops, and point you at the books you should be reading.  Read More...


Welcome to MTV Geek's New Comic Book Day Pull List! Each week We'll pick some choice titles that hit shelves on that holiest of holy days at comic shops both physical and digital: WEDNESDAY!

This week we've got picks from DC, Titan, and Marvel.


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Have you ever wondered what would happen to the animal kingdom during the zombie apocalypse? Announced at C2E2, IDW Publishing is bringing readers a different kind of infestation in "The Other Dead." Launching in September, creators Joshua Ortega ("Gears of War"), Digger T. Mesch ("Agent 88"), and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" creator Kevin Eastman have banded together to tell the tale of a sudden outbreak turning every single animal into a flesh-eating monster. Read More...


By Jorge Solis

With the finale bigger than ever, two giant-sized issues of the critically acclaimed "Locke & Key" will end the series in August. Announced at C2E2, IDW Publishing will now split up the epic finale and run "Locke & Key: Omega" in five issues, instead of six. "Locke And Key: Alpha" will now wrap up the story's conclusion in two forty-eight page issues. Read More...

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