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Chris Ryall Leaving IDW To Start New Publishing and Entertainment Venture

It’s so nice when a comic book publisher supports their staff as they pursue new business opportunities. Yesterday IDW Publishing and Chris Ryall jointly announced that Ryall is stepping down as President, Publisher and Chief Creative Officer. Ryall will continue as an Executive Producer on the Netflix series, “Locke & Key,”and remain the sole editor on […]

Wynonna Earp at ClexaCon: Favorite Moments

This past weekend in Las Vegas brought a number of actresses and creatives from various shows and networks with LGBT+ representation to ClexaCon 2018.  Wynonna Earp, a show with a kick ass female lead character and one of the best queer relationships on TV currently also showed up to represent!  In attendance were the Wayhaught […]

BBC America’s Dirk Gently

BBC AMERICA new Samuel Barnett / Elijah Wood series, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, has officially started production.

‘Willow: Wonderland #1’ – Comic Book Review

One of the great things happening this year for me and my fellow Scoobies is the birth of an extended Buffyverse in the comic book format. It wasn’t quite different when Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9 and Angel & Faith launched the season. We experienced Scoobies have been through the years where we had both Buffy and Angel (and it was glorious!), so we’ve tasted that sweet wine before. But, over the last few months, things have changed. With the current Dark Horse Comics line-up featuring Buffy: Season 9, Angel & Faith, Spike: A Dark Place, and this week’s Willow: Wonderland by writer Jeff Parker and the art team of Brian Ching (penciller), Jason Gorder (inker), and Michelle Madsen (colorist), we finally have an extended (and shared) Buffyverse in sequential art format! It’s a good time to be a Buffy fan, and Dark Horse’s Willow: Wonderland #1 adds another beautiful layer to the world that Whedon built!


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Fanboy Comics Interviews Shiai Mata, Founder of SlayerLit

The following is an interview with Shiai Mata, the founder of SlayerLit, which is an online discussion forum for all forms of Joss Whedon-related literature and news.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics’ Bryant Dillon talks with Mata about how SlayerLit began, the power of the Whedonverse fans, and whether Spike or Angel should be sacrificed in case of an apocalypse.

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SDCC 2009: Drusilla and Illyria are Back and IDW Has Them

In an institution in Los Angeles, just before a monumental event, some doctors discuss a strange patient who has been delusional, having problems telling the difference between sex and violence. She has been found with cuts on her body, talking about weird things like her son/lover choosing a cheerleader.

Oh, and she also claims to be more than 150 years old.

SDCC 2007: IDW Dishes "Angel: After the Fall" and Previews "Doctor Who" Comics

IDW’s Editor-in-Chief, Chris Ryall, was in charge of the presentation of all the new stuff IDW has coming out in the upcoming months, giving special emphasis to Angel: After the Fall, the upcoming Season 6 written by Brian Lynch under supervision of the man himself, Joss Whedon. Chris showed a slide of the last scene of Angel S5, with Angel, Gunn, Spike and Illyria in the alley, in the pouring rain, about to face off with the forces of Wolfram & Heart, The slide gave way to massive applause, which caused him to quip, “So, I see some of you remember Angel after all”, to general laughter. He then showed a slide for the cover of the first book: