In the opening story arc, Believers, readers will catch up with Dana Scully and Fox Mulder, living normal lives together under secret identities.
IDW Publishing and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products have teamed up to produce comics based on the storied paranormal investigations franchise.
When it was decided during post production that the prison escape scene near the beginning of 2009’s Star Trek film didn’t need to be in the final cut, we lost the opportunity to see J. J. Abrams’ redesigned Klingons.
IDW’s graphic novel Lore has been up for bidding since 2010, with several film studios expressing interest in the title.
We recently reported that a Star Trek/Doctor Who crossover comic book - dubbed Assimilation2 - is in the works over at IDW, which has held the comic book rights to both properties for some time now.
Transformers: Autocracy is a one shot, twelve part comic book series from IDW, based on the wildly popular Transformers franchise.
In the fall of 2011, IDW Comics kicked off a new line of Ghostbusters comics, starting from Issue #1 in September. Issue #4 hit store shelves in December.
The third issue of IDW’s ongoing comic line Star Trek hit store shelves this month. The new line is based on the 2009 J.J. Abrams film, and follows the adventures of the new version of the Enterprise crew in an attempt to connect the first movie with the upcoming sequel.
IDW has confirmed they are working with Wizards of the Coast (the Hasbro subsidiary which publishes the Magic: The Gathering trading card game) on a comic book adaptation of the popular game.
IDW has announced a Star Trek / Legion of Superheroes crossover at Comic-Con 2011 in San Diego, California.