NYCC 2016 IDW Publishing Panel Summary: Revolutionaries, Annuals, More TF v GI Joe
Friday, October 7th, 2016 1:57am CDTCategories: Comic Book News, Event News
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- Some covers shown for Revolutionaries, the book that sees the continuation of Kup, Blackrock, Action Man GI Joe's stories after the main crossover. Art shown by Fico Ossio, Andrew Griffith, and Tone Rodriguez.
- A one-shot (?) issue in the style and from the creators of Aw Yeah Comics! Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani, titled Aw Yeah, Revolution! No more info on this yet, other than the cover.
- Annuals planned for February 2017 for The Transformers (with John Barber and Priscilla Tramontano on the team) and MASK (with David Rodriguez and Andrew Griffith).
- A one-shot, annual but not really, 'movie adaptation' but we're not sure how, spearheaded by its creator and sole comicsmith Tom Scioli, for Transformers vs G.I. Joe. In the words of Chris Ryall: some crossovers creators are straightforward, and some are Tom Scioli.
Credit(s): IDW, Tom Scioli, TFU.info
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