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Preview: Stray #3 (of 4)

STRAY # 3 (of 4)

Writer(s): Vito Delsante
Artist Name(s): Sean Izaakse, Ross Campbell (colors)
Cover Artist(s): ChrisCross & Emilio Lopez; Paige Pumphrey (variant)

32 pgs./FC/ Teen
$3.99 (reg.) $4.99 (var.)

Rodney has jumped back into the world of crime fighting and begins the search for the Doberman’s killer; but his investigation has led him to dead ends and a bizarre character known as the Theory. Will they solve the case before another victim is claimed? Cover by ChrisCross (Convergence: Justice League America)! Limited edition (1500 copies) Variant cover by Paige Pumphrey!

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Preview: Stray #2

STRAY #2

Writer(s): Vito Delsante
Artist Name(s): Sean Izaakse
Color Artist(s): Ross Campbell / Simon Gough
Cover Artist(s): Sean Izaakse, Ross Campbell (reg.), Shawn McGuan (v)
32pgs./ FC/ Teen
$3.99 (reg.) / $4.99 (var.)

Rodney, the former Rottweiler, buries his father and resolves to find the killer. But will his former teammates, the TeenAgents, help him or hold him back? Be here for…The Funeral of the Doberman! Limited Edition Variant cover by Shawn McGuan on 1500!

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Preview: Stray #1

Stray #1

Writer(s): Vito Delsante
Artist Name(s): Sean Izaakse
Color Artist(s): Ross Campbell / Simon Gough
Cover Artist(s): Mike Norton/Ben Hunzeker (s), Khary Randolph (v)
32pgs./ FC/ Teen
$3.99

The Doberman, one of the world’s greatest heroes, has been killed…but by whom? And where has his former sidekick, the Rottweiler, been? Will he avenge his mentor’s death? Variant cover by Khary Randolph!

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Preview: Shutter #8

Shutter #8

Story By: Joe Keatinge
Art By: Leila Del Duca
Art By: Owen Gieni
Cover By: Ross Campbell
Cover Price: $3.50
Digital Price: $2.99
Diamond ID: NOV140681
Published: January 14, 2015

Cambodia.

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Jem and the Holograms Get Comics that are Truly Outrageous!

JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMSIDW Publishing is bringing more Hasbro goodness to comics. Up next is Jem and the Holograms! Starting in March 2015, Jem and company will star in their first ongoing series! The creative team bringing this world full of fashion, art, action, and style to life is writer Kelly Thompson and artist Ross Campbell, with subscription covers by Sara Richard.

It’s the 21st century, and Jem and The Holograms are 21st century girls! Meet Jerrica Benton, the gifted singer of The Holograms, a band that has the right look and the right sound… But one thing is holding them back—Jerrica’s crippling stage fright. Luckily, Jerrica is about to find help in the most unlikely of places when she discovers a forgotten present left by her father. And what she finds is truly outrageous!

Don’t miss the chance to get the five stunning rainbow foil covers that will be available for Issue One—one for each Hologram by artist Amy Mebberson, plus the whole band by series artist Ross Campbell—in a deluxe rainbow foil and hologram collectible box. A second box set for Issue two will feature another set of four covers by Mebberson and a group shot by Campbell—this time starring Jem’s greatest nemeses, The Misfits!

The beloved animated show Jem and the Holograms debuted on television in 1985, alongside a very successful toyline by Hasbro. The show was geared towards young females but was unlike any “girls show” before as it featured a strong female lead and mixed elements of science fiction, adventure, and romance.

Hasbro announced earlier this year that a live-action, motion-picture adaptation of Jem and the Holograms from Universal Pictures starring Aubrey Peeples and directed by Jon M. Chu is slated for release October 2015.

Review: Turtles in Time #1

20140622-082659-30419503.jpgConfession: I bought it for the cover. I’m a huge Mouse Guard fan and when I found out David Petersen was doing the covers for IDW‘s Turtles in Time, I knew I’d be pelting them with money. While not quite its equal, the content of this issue was still worth my focused purchase. So how did they get here? After meeting a good-natured time traveler named Renet, the Turtles find themselves in a prehistoric battle to survive a dinosaur and Utrom onslaught.

A light and fun read, writer Paul Allor and artist Ross Campbell maintain an all-ages approach to this mini-series. After the thematic and moody City Fall arc, it is a brighter approach to the dark sewers and alleyways of the Big Apple. Allor keeps the chip on Raphael’s shoulder alive when he’s separated from the group, but softens him by introducing an adorable baby dinosaur.

Campbell’s child-friendly illustrations take years off the Turtles, almost as if it’s The Adventures of Young Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Rounding edges isn’t without its artistic quirks though. The blue scales on the T-Rex looked more floral than reptilian, almost like it’s wearing a half headdress. All is forgiven with the awesome Dinotopia-inspired mounted Utrom Hunters.

I was planning on spending $3.99 an issue on cover art alone over the next few months, but thanks to the IDW team, I get a good read to go with it.

Story: Paul Allor Art: Ross Campbell
Story: 7.5 Art: 7.5 Overall: 7.5 Recommendation: Buy

IDW Publishing provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Preview: Jirni Vol. 2 #1

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JT Krul – Story / Paolo Pantalena – Art / Ross Campbell – Colors

Return to a fantastical world of high-adventure!

Ara is a warrior-princess with the blood of the mystical D’jinn flowing through her. Powerful, brave, and capable, she is determined to finish her quest to find her kidnapped mother, no matter what obstacles may fall in her path. But, the desert she wanders through seems endless, and something is hunting her. Or is it the other way around?

Creator J.T. Krul, artist Paolo Pantalena, and colorist Brett Smith are proud to present the follow-up volume to Aspen’s smash hit series – JIRNI!

JIRNI vol 2 #1 is in stores June 4th, 2014!

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IDW Sends the Turtles to the Edges of Time!

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have faced enemies old and new over the years, but this June they will have to battle against time itself to save the day! Another great way to celebrate the Turtles’ 30th Anniversary, Turtles In Time is an all-new, essential mini-series for fans who just can’t get enough of the heroes in a half shell.

Traveling to the farthest reaches of the space-time continuum, the Turtles encounter dinosaurs, pirates, samurai warriors — and a bleak future, should they fail on their quest! Written by TMNT scribes Paul Allor and Erik Burnham, each issue features a time-travelling cover by superstar artist David Petersen and interiors by a rotating lineup of different top artists! Issue #1 kicks off with artwork by fan-favorite Ross Campbell, who will also provide art for the issue’s SUB variant cover.

Like the previous IDW mini-series’ before it, Secret History of the Foot Clan and Utrom Empire, Turtles In Time, will offer a unique story that further enriches the continuity, taking fans deeper into the world of the Turtles in a way only IDW can.

Preview – Glory #33

Glory #33

Story by: Joe Keatinge Art By: Ross Campbell
Price: $3.99

The penultimate issue of ROSS CAMPBELL and JOE KEATINGE ‘s GLORY saga ties threads together from its very beginning amidst the most brutal war Glory has ever fought.

Destinies will be realized. Lives will be destroyed. The end begins here.

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Say Hello to the Bad Guys in the TMNT: Villains Micro-Series!

IDW Publishing has announced a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Micro-Series! Hot on the heels of last year’s wildly successful Micro-Series, this new series of one-shots is taking a distinctly dark turn and concentrating on the evil deeds of the Turtles’ most nefarious villains!

The first issue rolls out this April with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Villains Micro-Series #1: Krang, written by Joshua Williamson and illustrated by Mike Henderson with a cover by Tyler Walpole. This issue explores the tales of Dimension X’s fearsome despot – and that’s just the opening act!

The thrills continue with the tales of Baxter Stockman by Erik Burnham and Andy Kuhn, Old Hob by Jason Ciaramella and Dave Wachter, and Alopex by Brian Lynch and Ross Campbell.

Powered by this talented creator lineup, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Villains Micro-Series is sure to delight fans with all-new tales of classic and brand-new bad guys.

The TMNT universe is absolutely packed with colorful and beloved characters and IDW is very excited to be bringing more of its amazing men, women, and creatures into the hands of its many fans!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Villains Micro-Series #1: Krang (FC, 32 pages, $3.99). In stores 4/17/13.
Diamond Code: FEB130345

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