IDW Publishing, Spring 2019

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    Euthanauts, Vol. 1: Ground Control Tini Howard, Nick Robles
    9781684054046 Paperback COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Fantasy On Sale Date:February 26, 2019
    $25.99 CAD 6.63 x 10.25 x 0.34 in | 0.86 lb | 136 pages Carton Quantity:38 Canadian Rights: Y Black Crown
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      Death is like space--a seemingly unknowable, terrifying blackness, that yields incredible discoveries and truths--if only you've got the right kind of rocket ship.

      What if suicide isn't a desire to die, but a desire to be somewhere else?

      What if there is a place we can go after death, but we have no way to phone home about it?

      What if the Freudian death instinct is not destructive...but discovery?

      After a near-death experience, lonely funeral home receptionist Thalia Rosewood is recruited into the Euthanauts, a select group of psychonauts, sick folk, and other intrepid explorers who pass over willingly to determine What Lies Beyond.

      Tini Howard (Assassinistas, Rick and Morty) combines her trademark black humor and grounded, realistic storytelling with an otherworldly and mind-expanding exploration of the one thing we all have in common.
      Bio
      Tini Howard is a writer and swamp witch from the Carolina Wilds. Currently, she writes Assassinistas (with Gilbert Hernandez) and Hack/Slash: Resurrection, with occasional stories for two of her favorite things: Rick and Morty and WWE. Her previous work includes Power Rangers: Pink, The Skeptics (Black Mask Studios), and a contribution to the hit Secret Loves of Geek Girls.

      Nick Robles is an extraordinary self-taught artist hailing from Louisiana. His published comics work includes Alien Bounty Hunter for Vault Comics, Clockwork Angels for BOOM! Studios, and various painted cover art. Euthanauts is his first creator-owned series.
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      "A Bowie-esque punk-goth space adventure." -Geek.com

      "Ambitiously constructed and beautifully illustrated." -Newsarama

      "Embraces all the terrors and wonders of death as the great unknown, the great mystery, in a way that makes death a frontier you want to explore." -Scott Snyder (Wytches, Batman)
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    House Amok Christopher Sebela, Shawn McManus
    9781684054183 Paperback COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Horror On Sale Date:April 30, 2019
    $25.99 CAD 6.63 x 10.25 x 0.32 in | 0.86 lb | 136 pages Carton Quantity:38 Canadian Rights: Y Black Crown
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      Dylan Sandifer was an accomplice in her family's delusions, until fever freed her from the madness, leaving her trapped on a road trip from hell.

      Ten-year-old fraternal twin Dylan and her family have fallen down a rabbit hole full of secret implants, conspiracy theories, Mandela effects, extra-dimensional invaders and organ thieves. As the attacks against them intensify, the Sandifers light out across the country in search of answers and salvation, blazing a bloody path of torture, arson, and murder.

      When Dylan comes to her senses, she must either stop her family from killing any more innocent people, or relinquish her sanity and sink back into the bloody comfort of her family's madness.

      Assuming their ornate conspiracy theory isn't actually true.

      Collects the complete five-issue series.
      Bio
      Christopher Sebela has written comic books for mainstream and indie publishers including Marvel, DC Comics, and Boom! Studios. His popular titles include Captain Marvel, Fantastic Four, High Crimes, and We(l)come Back among others.

      Shawn McManus has been a professional comic book illustrator since the early '80s, most notably on seminal DC Comics series Swamp Thing, The Sandman, and Fables and Marvel series The Punisher and Spider-man.
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      "House Amok is the kind of psychological horror that is so insidious it is inescapable." --The Brazen Bull


      "House Amok is like Natural Born Killers through the lens of H.P. Lovecraft. It's disturbing in the best way and will always keep you guessing." --Horror DNA
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    Full Bleed: The Comics & Culture Quarterly, Vol. 1 Dirk Wood, Whitney Phaneuf, Ted Adams, Chris Ryall
    9781684054497 Paperback COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Anthologies On Sale Date:January 02, 2080
    $25.99 CAD 8.5 x 11 in | 0.81 lb | 200 pages Carton Quantity:24 Canadian Rights: Y IDW Publishing
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      An all-new comics and culture quarterly launches with an exclusive interview with Stephen King, a lost and unpublished interview with Alan Moore, and more!

      Merging the best in comics, fiction, non-fiction, deep dive interviews, opinion, history, think-pieces and more, FULL BLEED is a brand-new quarterly, PRINT-ONLY 200-page “magazine,” curated and edited by IDW Publishing’s Dirk Wood and Ted Adams. Looking through an international lens, but filtered through the unique perspective of the IDW:PDX satellite office in Portland, Oregon, FULL BLEED will tackle all aspects of creative culture, and beyond—comics, music, film, tv, fine art, photography, design, politics, and more. 

      FULL BLEED Vol. 1 contains a new short story from Joe Lansdale with spot illustrations by Tim Truman, new comic content from Erin Nations, Kim Dwinell, Shannon Wheeler, and much, much, much more! 


      Series Overview: The beginning of a brand-new print only line!



      Publication History: TR original
      Bio
      Dirk Wood has been an all-purpose member of the comics community for almost 25 years, including long runs as the Director of Marketing at Dark Horse Comics, and the VP of Marketing at IDW Publishing. Now, as Creative Director at IDW:PDX, Wood has started his own imprint; Woodworks - The flagship title and incubator of which is FULL BLEED: The Comics & Culture Quarterly.

      Author Residence: Portland, OR

      Author Hometown: Portland, OR
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        Marketing: Promotion through a variety of Social Media: Facebook (128k), Twitter (98.8k), Tumblr (25k), and Instagram (19k) with a feature on IDWpublishing.com

        Inclusion in Direct-to-consumer Newsletter (40,000 unique and engaged fans)

        Cross promotion in IDW’s monthly titles (Circulation over 350,000)

        Expanded website initiatives

        Trade show promotion: C2E2 2018, San Diego Comic Con 2018, New York Comic Con 2018, Emerald City Comic Con 2019 and more.

        Author appearances at library conferences (ALA Midwinter, ALA Annual, TLA) and book fairs (Miami, National Book Festival, Southern Festival of Books, etc)



        Publicity: Digital review copy made available to 3000 industry and press contacts

        Author and artist interviews, and exclusive content reveals in comics media (Bleeding Cool, CBR, Newsarama, etc.)

        National Media Push

        Advance copies mailed out for review: Heavy focus on Entertainment sites

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    Series: Mickey Mouse
    Mickey Mouse: The Fire Eye of Atlantis Andrea Castellan, Kirsten De Graaf, Mau Heymans, Eddy De Jong
    9781684054053 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels Age (years) from 9 - 12, Grade (US) from 4 - 7 On Sale Date:January 22, 2019
    $16.99 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.22 in | 0.49 lb | 96 pages Carton Quantity:60 Canadian Rights: Y IDW Publishing
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      Come along with Mickey, Goofy, and explorer extraordinaire Eurasia Toft for an action-packed adventure, hot on the dangerous trail of an uncharted world!

      But where there's action there's trouble, and our heroes find it with the megalomaniacal Horde of the Violet Hare! Along the way, they'll uncover new mysteries: Did Earth once have a second moon? Did ancient Atlantis save the planet from a deadly interstellar collision? And, the greatest mystery of all--will Mickey, Goofy, and Eurasia get out of another scrape alive?

      Collects Walt Disney's Comics and Stories issues #741 and 742.
      Bio
      Andrea Castellan, who uses the pseudonym Casty, is an Italian comic artist and scriptwriter. He began writing scripts for Silver's Cattivik comics in 1994, and started doing art on them in 1999. In that same year, he began working on Silver's other comic series, Lupo Alberto. In 2007 he was involved in the Cattivik television series for Mediaset. Casty started writing scripts for Topolino (Mickey Mouse) in 2003. He does art for the Italian Mickey Mouse stories as well, in a style closer to classic artists like Scarpa and Gottfredson, instead of the more regular Cavazzano-influenced Italian style.
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    9781684054084 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels Age (years) from 7 - 10, Grade (US) from 2 - 5 On Sale Date:March 05, 2019
    $12.99 CAD 6.75 x 9 x 0.16 in | 0.38 lb | 72 pages Carton Quantity:80 Canadian Rights: Y IDW Publishing
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      In the newest Star Wars graphic novel adaptation, our heroes face new dangers, shocking secrets, temptation, and betrayal in an episode that defines the series.

      Faithfully bringing events from the film to the comics page, read along as Luke Skywalker confronts the legacy of the Jedi; Han, Leia, and Chewie struggle to evade the Empire, encountering danger at every turn; and Vader pursues the Rebellion with greater determination than ever before. Plus, emerges from the shadows a certain 900-year-old Jedi Master does.

      Like the other Star Wars Graphic Novel Adaptations, The Empire Strikes Back combines the epic wonder of a galaxy far, far away with streamlined, young-reader friendly designs, making this a visual treat for longtime fans and a great introduction for newcomers.
      Bio
      Alessandro Ferrari began writing comics for Disney after he attended a script-writing course at the Accademia Disney in Milan in 2005. He's written adventures for Mickey Mouse, Frozen, Pirates of the Caribbean, Witch, and High School Musical. He also adapted numerous films to the graphic novel format, including Wall E, Up, Alice in Wonderland, Frozen, Zootopia, and Finding Dory. Finally, he's written the most recent comic adaptations of the first seven Star Wars films.
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    9781684054503 Hardcover COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Science Fiction On Sale Date:February 05, 2019
    $33.99 CAD 6.88 x 10.5 x 0.66 in | 1.56 lb | 176 pages Carton Quantity:20 Canadian Rights: Y IDW Publishing
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      Dive to Dangerous Depths with Proteus, the Atomic Super-Sub!

      In the early 1960s, Dell Comics was inspired by the success of the hit movie Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and they recruited legendary comics artist Sam Glanzman--himself a Navy veteran of WWII--to draw Voyage to the Deep, a thrilling adventure series set in the deepest trenches of our planet's oceans and starring the hapless crew of nuclear submarine S.S.N. Proteus. Set during the height of the Cold War and replete with giant monsters, earth-threatening disasters, and even an "anti-matter generator" menacing all life on earth, the short-lived title was more than a disaster movie knock-off. It was also the perfect vehicle for Glanzman's action-packed artistry.

      For the first time ever, VOYAGE OF THE DEEP gathers all four issues of the hugely entertaining (albeit short-lived) series, fully restored in glorious color and accompanied by a historical essay by Stephen R. Bissette and personal afterword by this compilation's cover artist, Rufus Dayglo.
      Bio
      Sam Glanzman (December 5, 1924 - July 12, 2017) was an American comics artist and memoirist. Glanzman is best known for his Charlton Comics series Hercules, about the mythological Greek demigod; his autobiographical war stories about his service aboard the U.S.S. Stevens for DC Comics and Marvel Comics; and the Charlton Comics Fightin' Army feature "The Lonely War of Willy Schultz", a Vietnam War-era serial about a German-American U.S. Army captain during World War II. His graphic novel Red Range, with writer Joe R. Lansdale, was also published by It's Alive and IDW Publishing.
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    Series: Duck Tales
    DuckTales: Fowl Play Alessandro Ferrari, Steve Behling, Ciro Cangialosi, Cristina Stella
    9781684054039 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels Age (years) from 9 - 12, Grade (US) from 4 - 7 On Sale Date:January 29, 2019
    $12.99 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.16 in | 0.39 lb | 72 pages Carton Quantity:70 Canadian Rights: Y IDW Publishing
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      Tales from the heart of Duckburg and beyond! This volume collects stories inspired by the new critically acclaimed Disney Channel series!

      Donald and Scrooge go on a fishing trip, but stumble on the campsite of Ma Beagle! Then, when Donald, Scrooge, and the boys search for the treasure of the two-headed horse, they get a few more heads than they were bargaining for! And, when Scrooge goes missing, his family is on the case! But what if he doesn't want to be found? Finally, when his lineage is brought into question, Scrooge and the kids take a trip to Scotland!

      This volume features six new tales and collects issues #9-11 of the ongoing series.
      Bio
      Alessandro Ferrari began writing comics for Disney after he attended a script-writing course at the Accademia Disney in Milan in 2005. He's written adventures for Mickey Mouse, Frozen, Pirates of the Caribbean, Witch, and High School Musical. He also adapted numerous films to the graphic novel format, including Wall E, Up, Alice in Wonderland, Frozen, Zootopia, and Finding Dory. Finally, he's written the most recent comic adaptations of the first seven Star Wars films.
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      "Perfect for younger readers, but also has some of the depth the Duck stories have had through the history of the franchise." –ComicBuzz
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    Sonic The Hedgehog, Vol. 2: The Fate of Dr. Eggman Ian Flynn, Tracy Yardley, Adam Bryce Thomas, Evan Stanley
    9781684054060 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels Age (years) from 9 - 12, Grade (US) from 4 - 7 On Sale Date:February 19, 2019
    $21.99 CAD 6.63 x 10.25 x 0.27 in | 0.63 lb | 96 pages Carton Quantity:50 Canadian Rights: Y IDW Publishing
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      Following their last battle, Dr. Eggman's been mysteriously absent from Sonic's life. What shocking secret will Sonic discover when he learns the bad doctor's whereabouts?

      Plus, Sonic isn't the only one looking for Eggman--so's his old frenemy Shadow the Hedgehog! There are twists and turns in the course of this high-speed, action-packed mystery-adventure! But with a little help from his friends--including a new ally--Sonic's fast enough to overcome any obstacle!

      Collects issues #5-8 of the ongoing series.
      Bio
      Ian Flynn is a freelance writer for multiple forms of media. He's also "that Sonic guy" as his portfolio of Sonic the Hedgehog work makes abundantly clear. He was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina and is currently based out of Toronto, Ontario, with easy business ties to both sides of the border. In addition to writing, he's part of a podcast/gaming channel series called the BumbleKast.
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      "Totally upsets the expected status quo… a good book striving to be a great book." –ComicBook.com

      "High-quality all-ages entertainment." –Weird Science
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    Series: Transformers
    Transformers: Lost Light, Vol. 4 James Roberts, EJ Su, Casey W. Coller, Jack Lawrence
    9781684054107 Paperback COMICS & GRAPHIC NOVELS / Media Tie-In On Sale Date:January 29, 2019
    $25.99 CAD 6.63 x 10.25 x 0.38 in | 1.01 lb | 160 pages Carton Quantity:32 Canadian Rights: Y IDW Publishing
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      The adventures of Rodimus and the crew of the Lost Light come to a close in this action-packed thriller!

      Years ago, the crew of the Lost Light fought a demonic Cybertronian mutant that fed on its victims' souls. Now, Rodimus and Co. are about to discover that the only thing worse than a sparkeater... is an army of sparkeaters! Plus, something is coming. It cannot be stalled. It cannot be avoided. It cannot be reasoned with. As the end of everything draws near, a simple instruction rings out across the universe: prepare, confront, repel. Collects issues #19-25.
      Bio
      James Roberts is a British comic book writer best known for his contributions to the Transformers franchise, having worked consistently with the robots in disguise since he co-wrote the 2010 limited series, Last Stand of the Wreckers, with Nick Roche. His first solo story, the two-part "Chaos Theory," appeared in Mike Costa's ongoing Transformers title and explored the origins of Optimus Prime and Megatron's relationship. He and Costa co-plotted the series' finale, "Chaos." Roberts is best known, however, for Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye (often abbreviated to MTMTE), the ongoing series that launched in January 2012 and ran for 57 issues, plus annuals and one-shots. He writes the new ongoing series Transformers: Lost Light, which continues the events from his previous series.
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    Radio Delley Alex Martinez, Xavier Bonet
    9781684054480 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels Age (years) from 9 - 12, Grade (US) from 4 - 7 On Sale Date:March 12, 2019
    $12.99 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.16 in | 0.35 lb | 64 pages Carton Quantity:80 Canadian Rights: Y IDW Publishing
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      For three best friends, a small town, endless days of summertime fun (and boredom), and an old radio form the recipe for an unforgettable adventure.

      It's summer in Delley, a quiet town in the American Midwest. Perhaps too quiet for Jeremy, Stella, and Sam, three inquisitive kids with a desire to solve mysteries and seek adventure in a place that, to be honest, doesn't offer a lot of either. However, when Jeremy gets an old radio that connects him and his friends to a girl who needs their help, the adventure they find themselves in may be a bit more dangerous than they hoped for.

      The three determined friends begin the search without knowing that what they find along the way will reveal a terrible secret that could change their lives forever.
      Bio
      Álex Martinez is a designer, illustrator and screenwriter. He is fond of movies and comics and there are few things he enjoys as much as writing scripts. He has worked in advertising and published several volumes within the Terror Tales collection from Latraama Comics.

      Xavier Bonet is an artist based in Barcelona, Spain working for the Plum Pudding Illustration Agency, which focuses on children's books and comics. His other works include Michael Dahl's Really Scary Stories, Jabberwocky and Other Poems, and Eric Says Sorry.
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