Maika, Ren, and Kippa are off to the Isle of Bones aboard a seafaring vessel to learn more of Moriko Halfwolf’s work but certain forces may be working against them, including themselves.
Lottie deals with the backlash of the Charlene incident at Normgirl’s engagement party. She also can’t shake the night she met Coolgirl out of her head.
In Violent Love #1 we learn the tragic and interesting backstory of Daisy Jane, one half of an infamous lover criminal duo.
Lottie, Snotgirl, must attend the party of her friend Meg Foster, Normgirl, but can Lottie endure the presence of her ex-boyfriend’s current love interest without causing a scene? And that’s not the only face of interest Lottie sees at this party.
James Miller is captured in Eden but the criminal town’s mayor, Laura Shiffron, is fairly reasonable and willing to make a deal with the ex-FBI agent as long as he agrees to her terms.
James Miller, ex-FBI, goes undercover to apprehend a dangerous terrorist who is now in Eden, an off-the-grid town meant to give criminals a place to hide and a second chance at life.
A brand new series from IDW that explores characters from the TMNT universe without interfering with the main series continuity.
It suffers from some of the same issues of its predecessor, but Suicide Squad, much like the members of the titular team, something of a loveable mess.
The robo-sympathetic police inspector relives his past in the robot wars of his youth. Chiren becomes interested in “Bigmouth,” a gangster who she is unaware that he uses his free time beating on helpless robots.
The Avengers are split in two in the latest instalment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Picking up plot threads from past ventures into the MCU, Captain America: Civil War also deals with the fallout of the destruction caused by The Avengers previous battles. After yet another conflict costs more innocent lives, the United Nations decides […]