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Every week before new comic book day InvestComics gives fans our Top 5 Hot Picks for new comics coming out on Wednesday. This list is pulled straight from the latest (weekly) InvestComics Hot Picks article. Hot Picks Top 5 based on InvestComics Hot Picks #471 and new comics coming this Wednesday 4/19/17.

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Venom #6 – Eddie Brock is back as Venom. Nuff said.
Plastic #1 – New Image Comics series from writer Doug Wagner and artists Laura Martin & Daniel Hillyard
World Reader #1 – Aftershock’s new series; Story by Jeff Loveness and art by Juan Doe.
Namwolf #1 – The next hit comic (after Hillbilly) for Albatross Funnybooks. Writer Fabian Rangel Jr. and artist Logan Faerber.
Nick Fury #1 – First appearance of Frankie Noble. Story by James Robinson and art by Aco. 

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Here are the rest of the comics that appeared in this weeks InvestComics Hot Picks #471.

Buy/Bid – New Titans Ann #7

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Captain America Steve Rogers #16
Secret Empire #0
Monsters Unleashed! #1
Invincible Iron Man #6
X-Men Gold #1
X-Men Gold #2
Nightwing #19
New Titans Annual #7 (1991)
Superwoman #9
Batwoman #2
The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21 (1987)
Redneck #1
Failsafe #1

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Best Comic Covers Of The Week 4-19-17

New comic book release day 4/19/17. New comic releases are subject to change.
These are our favorite covers from the new comics arriving this week. Listed below is the comic book with the cover artist. What are your favorite covers this week?

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All-Star Batman #9 – Francesco Francavilla
Venom #6 – Gerardo Sandoval
Batwoman #2 – J.G. Jones
Daredevil #19 – Dan Panosian

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Buy/Bid – AS Batman #9 – Francavilla

Buy/Bid – Venom #6 – Sandoval

Buy/Bid – Batwoman #2 – Jones

Buy/Bid – Daredevil #19 – Panosian

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Deathstroke #17 – Shane Davis
Invincible #135 – Ryan Ottley & Nathan Fairbairn
Ms. Marvel #17 – Adam Kubert
Harley Quinn #18 – Frank Cho

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Buy/Bid – Deathstroke #17 – Davis

Invincible #135 – Ottley & Fairbairn

Buy/Bid – Ms. Marvel #17 – Kubert

Buy/Bid – Harley Quinn #18 – Cho

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nightwing #19 – Ivan Reis & Oclair Albert
Superwoman #9 – Renato Guedes
The Beauty #14 – Jeremy Haun & John Rauch
Nick Fury #1 – Aco

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Nightwing #19 – Reis & Oclair

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The Beauty #14 – Haun & Rauch

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Black #5 – Khary Randolph
Star Wars Poe Dameron #13 – Phil Noto
Silk #19 – Helen Chen
Lady Death Oblivion Kiss #1 – Mike Krome
Moon Knight #13 – Greg Smallwood

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Black #5 – Randolph

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Moon Knight #13 – Smallwood

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Comics – Video #471

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A weekly video look at the covers from the weekly InvestComics Hot Picks article. New comics arriving 4/19/17. Please utilize your common sense and READ the article to see why these covers are in this video. This is NOT an explanation video, just eye candy. READ…..it’s good for you.

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InvestComics Hot Picks #471

InvestComics provides readers and speculators the low down on the new releases coming out on Wednesday each week. Hot Picks have been weekly since 2005.
This week, new comic book release day 4/19/17.

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Remember when fanboy’s had their panties in a bunch over the fact Steve Rogers ‘hailed Hydra’? As though Marvel would keep their American Icon superhero within the clutches of the dark side forever. Fanboy’s always need something to complain about. Marvel fanboy’s begin their decent back to a happier place starting on new comic book day Wednesday (4-19-17). But before going to that happy place, fanboy’s will have to endure Steve Rogers being more of a bad guy and not seeing the light just yet. The big Marvel story to set Rogers on the straight path starts with Captain America: Captain America Steve Rogers #16 and Secret Empire #0. These issues will serve as the prologues of the epic storyline ‘Secret Empire’. Enjoy the storytelling and the plight, because in the end, fanboy’s will have their Captain back and a new number one issue will follow with about 33 different variants accompanying the silliness. All that yelling and boycotting for nothing.
Marvel’s recent series; Monsters Unleased, introduced a bunch of new characters. Now Marvel restarts things with Monsters Unleashed! #1 with the new characters starting out anew. Writer Cullen Bunn and artist David Baldeon.
If you’ve been paying attention, you know by now why Venom #6 is such an anticipated issue for many Spidey fans. Eddie Brock is back as Venom. Should be interesting from here on out. This issue will sell out, especially that Gerardo Sandoval cover. Wow. Think that’ll make the InvestComics Best Comic Covers Of The Week?

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Invincible Iron Man #6 will introduce a new villain into the Iron Man rogue gallery.
A new Nick Fury series this Wednesday; Nick Fury #1. First appearance of Frankie Noble. Story by James Robinson and art by Aco.
A bit of controversy has set upon Ardian Syaf’s X-Men Gold #1. Marvel (Disney) obviously had no idea what Ardian was up to within the pages of their comic, but we’re almost certain that X-Men Gold #2 will be gone over with a fine-tooth comb. Which means either the second issue will be a bit delayed while they inspect it and make corrections/deletions or something will slip by again. We highly doubt anything will slip by, but fans will flock to this comic as though it will have more controversy surrounding it, which it most likely will not. Thus causing for a sold out comic for no other reason other than curiosity getting the better of most and thinking they’ll make a buck with a useless, non-controversial comic. Let’s see if X-Men Gold #2 even makes it to the shelves this week.

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Nightwing #19 finds Dick Grayson facing off against Deathwing. Did you know that Deathwing’s first appearance is mega-cheap? Not that there is any demand for it what so ever, but this 1991 first appearance in New Titans Annual #7 is readily available if you want it. Written by Marv Wolfman, so it’s gotta be interesting.
Superwoman #9 begins the new story ‘Super Women’. Written by Kate Perkins, with art by Stephen Segovia and Art Thibert.
Batwoman #2 introduces a villain named Knife. Writers James Tynion IV/Marguerite Bennett and art by Steve Epting.

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A sadistically/weird comic from writer Doug Wagner and artists Laura Martin & Daniel Hillyard comes out of Image Comics; Plastic #1. Sex, murder, serial killer, sick variant cover, yea we’ll check this out. The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21 (1987) homage (John Romita) variant cover is great too. This cover is done by Andrew Robinson.
Keeping with the gory theme a bit, Redneck #1 (Image Comics) meets this criteria. Written by Donny Cates and art by Lisandro Estherren & Dee Cunniffe.

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New series from Aftershock Comics; World Reader #1. Story by Jeff Loveness and art by Juan Doe. Look for this well read, beautifully illustrated comic to sell out.
From Eric Powell’s Albatross Funnybooks this week, check out Namwolf #1 from writer Fabian Rangel Jr. and artist Logan Faerber.
Failsafe #1 (Vault Comics), writers F.J. Desanto and Todd Farmer, art by Federico Dallocchio.

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Every  week before new comic book day, here are the Top 5 NEW comics to speculate/read from this Wednesday. This list is pulled straight from the latest (weekly) InvestComics Hot Picks article

 

From: InvestComics Hot Picks #383

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Hot Picks based on new comics coming this Wednesday 8/5/15

 

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Darth Vader #8 – Star Wars comics are and will be a hot item week after week, month after month. Is there an introduction this week within the pages here? Possibly, but make no mistake here, Star Wars comics will be desirable up until the new movie release in December and well beyond actually.

We Stand On Guard #2 – Oh Canada! Looks like something else is hot regarding Canada besides their hockey. Brian K Vaughan is the responsible party for this happening.

Amazing Spider-Man Renew Your Vows #3 – The story line here is well received. As is mostly anything Spider-Man. Check out the Comicxposure variant(s) here. The various variants are selling like hotcakes.

Bloodshot Reborn #5 – Although Valiant Entertainment brings readers excellent material on the inside of their books, they visually give us stimulation on the outside with their covers too. Take a look at the respect given to John Romita Sr.’s Amazing Spider-Man #50 (1967).

Lobo Vol 3 #9 – The first appearance of Wyvern Cross.

 

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Guardians Of Knowhere #2 –  New character Yotat graces the cover.

Detective Comics #43

Jupiters Circle #5  Black & White variant is sold out.

Justice League God And Monsters Wonder Woman #1 – Darwyn Cooke variant; sold out.

Ms Marvel #17

Jirni Vol 2 #1 – The Paolo Pantalena and Elizabeth Torque variants are both sold out.

This Damned Band #1 – Sold out.

King #1 and Muirwood Lost Abbey #1 – Sold out.

John Flood #1 – Sold out.

Dark Corridor #1

 

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Netflix recently announced that Frank Castle a.k.a. The Punisher will make his way onto the Daredevil series. Good news for comic fans! The fans have responded well and we decided it was time for a Punisher checklist.

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Amazing Spider-Man #129 (1974) The first appearance and with the classic cover from Gil Kane, John Romita Sr. and Gaspar Saladino.

Amazing Spider-Man #134 (1974) The second appearance of the Punisher and the first appearance of the Tarantula.

Power Man Annual #1 (1976) Frank Castle is mentioned outside of a Spider-Man comic. Chris Claremont writes.

Amazing Spider-Man #162 (1976) The first appearance of the villain Jigsaw. He’ll go on to become one of Frank Castle’s main adversaries.

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Marvel Tales #106 (1979) The very first comic reprint of Punisher’s first appearance with the original cover from Spidey #129. The first of many many Punisher origin reprints throughout the years.

Captain America #241 (1980) The first time Punisher appears in a comic other than a Spidey book in the Marvel Universe. An early Punisher appearance and classic too. The first comic cover the Punisher graces that is not Spider-Man related. Bob McLeod and Frank Miller cover.

Daredevil #181 (1982) The first appearance in the Daredevil title. This comic has it all. The death of Elektra, Bullseye appearance, Frank Miller writes, art, and cover. As explained in the Creator Spotlight: Frank Miller; Netflix already announced the Punisher will be making his way into the Daredevil series. This book here is all kinds of awesome already and any collector should already own one. Because of the characters and probable story line on the Netflix show, it would be wise to get one if you don’t have one yet……BUT that said, on the flip side, there are way way too many copies of this comic available. Being too accessible puts it in the “New Mutants #98” category. So many copies, way overpriced. Be smart.

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The Punisher  Limited Series (1986) The official breakout for the Punisher character. Everything changed after this limited series. Mike Zeck and Steven Grant took Castle to another level.

The Punisher #1 (1987) After the highly successful limited series, the Punisher received his own ongoing series. The series went on to last 104 issue. A very nice run indeed.

The Punisher #4 (1987) The first appearance of Microchip.

The Punisher #10 (1988) Daredevil appears for the first time in the regular Punisher series. A great story that features two sides of a battle. In this comic, Frank gives his side of the tussle with Matt. And in…..

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Daredevil #257 (1988) Matt shows readers what he thought of the encounter with Frank. Same story, two different perspectives. Kudos Marvel.

Marvel Age #67 (1988) Punisher/Wolverine/Namor cover. Jim Lee art. First Lee Punisher.

The Punisher War Journal #1 (1988) This successful series lasted 80 issues.

The Punisher War Journal #6 (1989) The first meeting ever between Wolverine and the Punisher. A two part story. Covers by Jim Lee.

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Power Pack #46 (1989) Punisher appears in the Power Pack comic? Yep! Pencils and cover by Whilce Portacio, words by Terry Austin.

What If…? #2 (1989) In this super cool Danny Fingeroth story, Punisher makes an appearance and the one of the cooler things about this comic? Pencils by Greg (Batman) Capullo.

The Punisher Return To Big Nothing (1989) An Epic Comics graphic novel size. Awesome story here told by Steven Grant. Pencils by Mike Zeck. And classic cover by Mike Zeck and Phil Zimelman.

Marc Spector Moon Knight #8 (1989) Castle’s first run in (of many) with the Moon Knight.

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The Punisher War Journal #14 (1990) The very first time Spider-Man appears in a Punisher comic. A significant book here. And a Punisher/Spidey cover from Jim Lee too!

Ghost Rider #5 (1990) First run in with the Ghost Rider. Jim Lee cover.

The Nam #52 (1991) “The Punisher Invades The ‘Nam”. When this story line came out it was huge. The story took readers back to Frank Castle’s roots in Viet Nam.

Uncanny X-Men #272 (1991) The first time in an X-Men title. Jim Lee pencils.

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What If…? #26 (1991) ….What if the Punisher killed Daredevil?

Punisher P.O.V. (1991) A fantastic four issue mini-series from writer Jim Starlin and artist Bernie Wrightson.

Deathlok #7 (1992) The first meeting between the Punisher and Deathlok. A fabulous Denys Cowan cover as well.

Marvel Age #108 (1992) John Romita Jr. cover. Punisher included on cover.

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The Punisher War Zone #1 (1992) With his popularity booming at its peak, Punisher gets a third title. John Romita Jr. art, Chuck Dixon writes. The series would last 41 issues.

The Incredible Hulk #395 (1992) Frank Castle’s first ever visit in a Hulk comic. Written by Peter David and art by Dale Keown.

Quasar #42 (1993) A team-up with Quasar! Yes it happened. Right here.

The Punisher: Origin of Microchip #1 (1993) Here’s a important comic if the Punisher ever takes off anyplace on Netflix and they take this particular origin. Microchip is an intricate part of the Punisher’s life.

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Venom Funeral Pyre (1993) A three part mini-series team-up with Venom.

What If…? #58 (1994) Punisher story; “The Day I Killed Spider-Man.”

Batman Punisher Lake of Fire (1994) The world’s greatest detective and the world’s most dangerous vigilante team up. Dennis O’ Neil writes and Barry Kitson pencils.

The Punisher Meets Archie #1 (1994) One of, if not the strangest comic book character team-ups of all time.

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Punisher Batman Deadly Knights (1994) Another team up with these two. This time with the creative team; writer Chuck Dixon and artist John Romita Jr.. Joker and Jigsaw appearances.

The Punisher Year One (1994) Here is a fantastic four issue mini-series that any Punisher fan should definitely be without.

Punisher Kills The Marvel Universe (1995) The title says it all and it lives up to its billing. Maybe because Garth Ennis writes it. Still a very popular book today.

The Punisher #1 Marvel Knights 4 Issue Limited Series (1998) A four issue mini-series. Pencils by Bernie Wrightson.

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The Punisher #1 Marvel Knights 12 Issue Limited Series (2000) This 12 issue series was written by Garth Ennis.

The Punisher Painkiller Jane (2001) This one shot was from the Marvel Knights imprint. Written by Garth Ennis and art by Joe Jusko.

Deadpool #53 (2001) The first meeting between the Punisher and Deadpool. Although they meet in this issue, Frank isn’t on the cover until the next issue. Deadpool #54 is a classic standoff cover between the both of them. Steve Dillon provides that cover.

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The Punisher #1 Marvel Knights Regular Series (2001) Garth Ennis writes and Steve Dillon pencils this new ongoing Marvel Knights series. The series would last 37 issues.

The Punisher vs. Bullseye (2006) A five part Marvel Knights story. First time these two are in a comic together as a solo story.

Punisher #1 (2009) Here is a new Punisher series that lasted 16 issues before the series changed its name over to a new title with issue #17……Franken-Castle. Yes. Franken-Castle. The cover to issue one here pays homage to Amazing Spider-Man #129.

Thunderbolts #1 (2013) Castle, never really a dude that beats to anyone’s drum becomes a part of the Thunderbolts team here.

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InvestComics Hot Picks #244

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Welcome to the InvestComics Hot Picks for new comic releases on 11-21-12.

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Captain America (2012 7th Series) #1 kicks off with some heavyweight creative names attached. Names like Romita, Janson, Remender and White. With creators like this on board, we’re probably in for a fun ride! Captain America first appeared in his self titled book called Captain America Comics #1 in 1941. With Jack Kirby and Joe Simon at the helm, this comic can easily fetch over a quarter of a million dollars. Here’s a funny thing fans, this comic is undervalued right now. Come back in 10 years and this comic will be worth 3 to four times its value now. Captain America is the modern day Superman for Marvel right now.  Indestructible Hulk (2012) #1 comes out with its own heavyweight supporting cast as well. Waid and Yu are your team here. The Incredible Hulk #1 (1962) was created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee. A nicely graded copy of this comic can get an easy $50,000 and up. The value for the Hulkster (no, not Terry) is right where it should be.

Staying on the number one issue theme here we arrive to Judge Dredd (2012 IDW) #1. The IDW company has been putting out quality comics for some time now. The character Judge Dredd is the equivalent of Marvel’s Spidey or DC’s Batman. No not here in the states, but from the U.K.

 The Dredd character is the baddest ass hero/vigilante to ever come from the U.K…..ever. Now IDW will give the fans a new ongoing that will probably blow the doors off and the collector should be on the ground floor before Judge Dredd becomes as popular as he was back in the 80’s/90’s. Dredd’s first appearance comes in 2000AD #2 from 1977. An ungraded 9.4 copy in April of this newspaper comic sold for $1000. Extremely undervalued here for the premiere badass of the U.K.

Marvel NOW! paying some immediate dividends with the new restart. Iron Man (2012 5th Series) #2 introduces some new bad guys. First a group called the CIRCLE, which is made up of Mech-Knights and a villain name Black Exoskeleton. Fun times ahead! We hope…..

Journey into Mystery (2011 3rd Series) #646 puts the focus on The Lady Sif. Incidentally, Sif first appeared in Journey into Mystery, but from 1964 in issue #102. This comic will command about $500. It’s a little steep for a character like Sif, but still worth it because of Kirby and Lee’s name on it.

With beginning’s there is an end. This week Avengers (2010 4th Series) #34 will end its 4th series run in grand fashion, so don’t miss it!

Some independent books to check out this week are Electric Youth Special (2012 Big Dog Ink) #0, Adventures of Augusta Wind (2012 IDW) #1, Clone (2012 Image) #1 and Comeback (2012 Image) #1.

That’s it for this week. Invest wisely.

Jay Katz

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IDW Announces John Romita’s The Amazing Spider-Man: Artist’s Edition

Newest Artist’s Edition features classic Marvel comics

Coming in 2012

[Spider Man Cover]San Diego, CA (July 21, 2011)—The second day of the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con featured yet another stunning announcement from IDW Publishing: the company’s second Marvel Artist’s Edition collection, JOHN ROMITA’S THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN. This must-have collector’s hardcover is the fourth in IDW’s Artist’s Edition series and will offer one hundred and forty-four pages of original Romita Spider-Manart.Romita took over the art duties on Spider-Man after series co-creator Steve Ditko left the book. It was a hard act to follow, but Romita would soon make the book his own and go on to be arguably the most popular Spider-Man artist to ever draw the wall-crawler.

“John Romita Sr. is one of the most beloved artists to ever pencil for Marvel,” said Artist’s Editions editor Scott Dunbier, “his work is beautiful, the lines he lays down exquisite!”

An oversized, hardcover collection, JOHN ROMITA’S THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: ARTIST’S EDITION will feature 144 pages of beautiful stories and a gorgeous cover gallery. All the pages in the ARTIST’S EDITION will be scanned from original art to ensure the highest possible quality reproduction. While appearing to be in black and white, each page will be scanned in color to mimic as closely as possible the experience of viewing the actual original art—for instance, white-out corrections and blue pencil notations.

JOHN ROMITA’S THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: ARTIST’S EDITION is the second Artist’s Edition announced at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con, following WALLY WOOD’S EC STORIES.

“There’s one more Artist’s Edition announcement for this convention, and it’s also huge,” teased Dunbier.

IDW Publishing launched its first Marvel Artist’s Edition at Comic-Con, WALTER SIMONSON’S THE MIGHTY THOR: ARTIST’S EDITION, with both a regular and convention exclusive variant.

JOHN ROMITA’S THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: ARTIST’S EDITION ($100, hardcover, black and white, 144 pages,) will be available in stores in 2012.

WALTER SIMONSON’S THOR: ARTIST’S EDITION ($100, hardcover, black and white, 176 pages, 12” x 17”) is now available in stores and through IDW Publishing. ISBN 978-1-61377-038-2.

WALTER SIMONSON’S THOR: ARTIST’S EDITION San Diego Comic-Con Edition ($100, hardcover, black and white, 176 pages, 12” x 17”) is now available only at the IDW booth #2643.

Visit IDWPublishing.com to learn more about the company and its top-selling books.

About IDW Publishing
IDW is an award-winning publisher of comic books, graphic novels and trade paperbacks, based in San Diego, California. Renowned for its diverse catalog of licensed and independent titles, IDW publishes some of the most successful and popular titles in the industry, including: Hasbro’s The Transformers and G.I. JOE, Paramount’s Star Trek; HBO’s True Blood; the BBC’s DOCTOR WHO; Toho’s Godzilla; and comics and trade collections based on novels by worldwide bestselling author, James Patterson. IDW is also home to the Library of American Comics imprint, which publishes classic comic reprints; Yoe! Books, a partnership with Yoe! Studio; and is the print publisher for EA Comics.

IDW’s original horror series, 30 Days of Night, was launched as a major motion picture in October 2007 by Sony Pictures and was the #1 film in its first week of release. More information about the company can be found at IDWPublishing.com.

About Marvel Entertainment
Marvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is one of the world’s most prominent character-based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of over 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media over seventy years. Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing and publishing. For more information visit www.marvel.com. ;