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Scott Snyder’s Dark Spaces: Wildfire launches IDW’s 9 new original comic book series

IDW Publishing has announced nine new original series to kick off a “broad new comics initiative” and “the next evolution of original content.” The initiative kicks off in July with author Scott Snyder’s Dark Spaces, a character-focused anthology series that explores “desperate people, desperate situations” and the choices and irreversible actions people make when faced with these dilemmas.

Read more about the Dark Space below.

According to the editors, the new initiative builds on her creator-led legacy of naming Snyder, G. Willow Wilson, Stephen Graham Jones and John Ridley as foundations.

New initiatives include new original projects spanning genres including crime, supernatural horror, sci-fi, epic fantasy and more.

“A year ago we set out on a mission to make IDW a destination for top talent and rising stars,” said Mark Doyle, editorial director of Originals, in an IDW announcement. “This is an unprecedented moment in IDW’s history, and our creative and editorial team, and everyone in the company, has put a tremendous amount of team effort into developing an outstanding roster of original stories.

Although not mentioned in the announcement, the new emphasis on the Originals program and creator-focused content could be a response to IDW losing its comic book licenses from Hasbro GI Joe and Transformers at the end of 2021.

The first nine new projects include:

Snyder’s Dark Spaces, which launches alongside Wildfire in July, follows a group of women in the “frontline risk-taking” inmate firefighting program in five issues of art by Hayden Sherman and colors by Ronda Pattison. But they’re also planning a raid on a burning mansion deep in the California hills that have been scorched six weeks after the historic Arroyo wildfire slowly burned down.

Led by her, a prisoner who has come into contact with the sailor’s newest recruit, Rolodex, she offers to give up her firefighting mission to break into the abandoned mansion of a former employee. The rest of the team must decide whether they will jeopardize the only sure road back to salvation for a life-changing score. But whatever they decide, it can be a fatal trap.

“I wanted to do something different in Dark Space. It’s an opportunity to tell a completely unique dark, grounded, character-centric story,” Synder said in a new announcement about Dark Spaces.

“I also wanted this book to be a book that could work with promising talent like Hayden. Being able to open the door to more emerging writers and artists was also important to me. Because of this, Dark Spaces: Wildfire is a story in its own right and marks the beginning of a series of new books with other authors and artists I have curated. Mark Doyle and IDW saw the vision and were great partners helping me build this space.”

Dark Spaces: Wildfire releases monthly from July to November, with additional storylines revealed in 2023. The first issue of Wildfire features various covers by Sherman, Andrea Sorrentino, Liana Kangas, and Tula Lotay.

Check out the cover page below for information on the other eight new IDW launches.

Dark Room: Wildfire

Dark Room: Wildfire

Dark Room: Wildfire

Dark Room: Wildfire

Dark Room: Wildfire

Dark Spaces: Wildfire ⁠ - Art by Hayden Sherman

Dark Spaces: Wildfire ⁠— Art by Hayden Sherman (image credit: IDW Publishing)

Trve Kvlt is a limited five-volume series written by Scott Bryan Wilson, featuring illustrations by Liana Kangas as well as the introduction of “loser” Marty Tarantella, who plans to make a lifelong escape from the fast food service industry. His “last plan” puts him on the road to clash with the violent cult of demons!

Trve Kvlt ⁠— Art by Liana Kangas, Colors by Gabriela Contreras

Trve Kvlt ⁠— Art by Liana Kangas, Colors by Gabriela Contreras (image credit: IDW Publishing)

Crashing is a limited five-volume series written by Matthew Klein and illustrated by Morgan Beem, set in an emergency room full of victims of superhuman warfare. Dr. Rose Osler faces the most dangerous day of her medical career as she continues her addiction and her journey to recovery.

Clash ⁠— Art by Morgan Beem, Color by Triona Farrell

Collision ⁠— Artwork: Morgan Beem, Colour: Triona Farrell (image credit: IDW Publishing)

Earthdivers is an ongoing series written by Stephen Graham Jones and art by Davide Gianfelice that unites four indigenous survivors in an apocalyptic future in the near future. The quartet attempts “a one-sided mission to go back in time and save the world by killing Christopher Columbus and preventing the founding of the United States.”

Earth Diver ⁠ – Art by Rafael Albuquerque

Earthdivers ⁠— Art by Rafael Albuquerque (Image credit: IDW Publishing)

Dead Seas is a limited edition six-volume series written by Cavan Scott with illustrations by Nick Brokenshire. As a cynical prisoner sinks and is imprisoned in a cursed prison, do you reluctantly turn into a hero and assemble “desperate criminals, pirates, and brutal guards” to try to escape?

Dead Sea ⁠ - Art by Nick Brokenshire

Dead Sea ⁠— Artwork by Nick Brokenshire (Photo Credit: IDW Publishing)

Golgotha ​​Motor Mountain, a limited-edition five-part series written by Matthew Erman and Lonnie Nadler and illustrated by Ryan Lee, seeks to live it ‘cosmic’. It’s a ‘high-octane redneck motor carnage’ about two meth chef brothers. Alien Horrors’ is getting a hot response.

Calvary Motor Mountain ⁠ - Art by Ryan Lee

Calvary Motor Mountain ⁠— by Ryan Lee (Image credit: IDW Publishing)

The group’s only original graphic novel, Arca, was written by Van Jensen and illustrated by Jesse Lonergan. The story is about a billionaire who leaves a dying planet behind and creates a luxurious new society in space. “But a girl finds out that the good life she promised to be a slave for several years was a lie…”

Arca ⁠ – Art by Jesse Lonergan

Arca ⁠— Art by Jesse Lonergan (Photo courtesy of IDW Publishing)

Sin Bin, a six-volume limited-edition series written by Robbie Thompson and illustrated by Molly Murakami, features defeated hockey player Dale “Dukes” Duquesne, whose second job is hunting monsters in an away match, and his daughter Cat joins the hunt. , looking for the murderer of the mother.

The Sin Bin ⁠ - Art by Molly Murakami

The Sin Bin ⁠— Art by Molly Murakami (Photo Credit: IDW Publishing)

The Hunger and Twilight is the 12th series written by G. Willow Wilson with illustrations by Chris Wildgoose. The fantasy series “overturns the ancient conflict between humans and orcs” by introducing a new, more deadly orc species. “As ex-enemy joins forces to save the two races, a fragile alliance is formed and an unexpected romance blooms.”

Hunger and Twilight ⁠ - Art by Chris Wildgoose

Hunger and Twilight ⁠— Artwork by Chris Wildgoose (Credit: IDW Publishing)

“Through our history, IDW has provided a supportive environment for passionate creators to pursue their artistic vision, embodied in beloved titles such as 30 Days of Night, Locke & Key, V Wars, Canto, October Faction and Wynonna Earp. Just a few things,” says IDW editor Nachie Marsham.

“The new editorial department of Originals, led by Mark Doyle, reflects our commitment to that heritage. More than ever, we’re reaching out to the creative community, welcoming fresh ideas across genres and providing a wild new world for our audience to explore.”

IDW added that the first nine titles are just the beginning of their Originals initiative, and that the publisher will develop more projects beyond 2023, including John Ridley’s series and original graphic novels aimed at a mid-range audience and younger generations.

Finally, publishers develop these properties for film, television and other media.

Stay tuned for IDW’s new title line local comic book store.


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Scott Snyder’s Dark Spaces: Wildfire launches IDW’s 9 new original comic book series

IDW Publishing has announced nine new original series in the launch of what it calls an “expansive new comic book initiative,” and the “next evolution of original content. The initiative kicks off in July with writer Scott Snyder’s Dark Spaces, a character-driven anthology series that explores “Desperate people, desperate situations” and the decisions made and the irreversible actions taken when people are placed in those dilemmas.
Check out more information about Dark Spaces below.   
According to the publisher the new initiative builds on its creator-driven legacy, naming Snyder, G. Willow Wilson, Stephen Graham Jones, John Ridley, and more as the foundation.
The new initiative will feature new original projects encompassing the genres of crime thriller, supernatural horror, science fiction, epic fantasy, and more.
“A year ago we gave ourselves a mission: to make IDW the destination for premier talent and rising stars,” says Mark Doyle, editorial director of originals in IDW’s announcement. “This is an unprecedented moment in IDW’s history, and there’s been a tremendous team effort from our creative and editorial teams and everyone at the company to develop a stellar slate of original stories – and we’re having a blast doing it!”
While not mentioned in the announcement, the Originals program and new emphasis on creator-driven content could be in response to IDW losing the Hasbro G.I. Joe and Transformers comic book license at the end of 2021.
The first nine new projects include:
Snyder’s Dark Spaces, which will launch in July with Wildfire, a five-issue arc with art by Hayden Sherman and colors by Ronda Pattison that follows a crew of women from an inmate firefighters program “risking everything on the frontlines.” But they’re also planning a heist of a burning mansion deep in California hills smoldering from six weeks into the slow burn of the historic Arroyo wildfires. 
Led by the crew’s newest recruit – a white-collar convict with a shady Rolodex of contacts – she proposes abandoning their firefighting duties to burgle a former associate’s abandoned mansion. The rest of the team must decide if want to jeopardize their one sure path back to redemption for a life-changing score. But whatever they decide it could be a deadly trap.
“With Dark Spaces, I wanted to do something different. This is a chance to tell dark, grounded, character-driven stories that are totally unique,” says Synder in a new announcement with more details about Dark Spaces. 
“Plus, I wanted this to be a book where I could collaborate with a terrific up-and-coming talent like Hayden. It was also important to me to be able to hold the door open for even more new writers and artists. That’s why Dark Spaces: Wildfire is its own story, but will also mark the beginning of a line of new books featuring other writers and artists curated by me. Mark Doyle and IDW saw the vision and have been amazing partners in helping me build this space.”
Dark Spaces: Wildfire will be published monthly from July through November, with subsequent storylines debuting in 2023. The first issue of Wildfire will feature variant covers by Sherman, Andrea Sorrentino, Liana Kangas, and Tula Lotay.
Check the covers out below followed by information about the other eight new IDW launches:

Dark Spaces: Wildfire  ⁠—  art by Hayden Sherman (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Trve Kvlt is a five-issue limited series written by Scott Bryan Wilson with art by Liana Kangas that introduces Marty Tarantella, a “down-on-his-luck loser” with a plan to escape lifetime employment in fast-food service. His “last-ditch scheme” sets him on a path to a collision course with a Devil-worshiping cult of violent lunatics!

Trve Kvlt  ⁠—  art by Liana Kangas, colors by Gabriela Contreras (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Crashing is a five-issue limited series written by Matthew Klein with art by Morgan Beem set in an emergency room filled with casualties of a superhuman war. Dr. Rose Osler faces the most dangerous day of her medical career while trying to stay on her path of addiction and recovery.

Crashing  ⁠—  art by Morgan Beem, colors by Triona Farrell (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Earthdivers is an ongoing series written by Stephen Graham Jones with art by Davide Gianfelice which unites four Indigenous survivors in an apocalyptic near future. The quartet attempt a bloody, “one-way mission to save their world by traveling back in time to kill Christopher Columbus and prevent the creation of America.”

Earthdivers  ⁠—  art by Rafael Albuquerque (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Dead Seas is six-issue limited series written by Cavan Scott with art by Nick Brokenshire. A cynical convict is transformed into a reluctant hero when trapped on a haunted, sinking prison ship he must unite the “desperate criminals, pirates, and brutal guards” as they try to escape?

Dead Seas  ⁠—  art by Nick Brokenshire (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Golgotha Motor Mountain, a five-issue limited series written by Matthew Erman and Lonnie Nadler with art by Ryan Lee, is a “high-octane, redneck motor massacre” about two meth-cooking brothers who attempt to make it home alive as “cosmic alien horrors” are hot on their trail.

Golgotha Motor Mountain  ⁠—  art by Ryan Lee (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Arca, the only original graphic novel in the group is written by Van Jensen with art by Jesse Lonergan. The story features billionaires who leave a dying Earth behind and establish a luxurious new society in space, but with a labor force of teenage indentured servants. “But one girl discovers that the good life promised for their years of servitude was a lie…”

Arca  ⁠—  art by Jesse Lonergan (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
The Sin Bin, a six-issue limited series written by Robbie Thompson with art by Molly Murakami, stars a washed-up hockey player Dale “Dukes” Duquesne, whose second job during away games is monster hunting with his daughter Cat along for the hunt, in search of her mother’s killer.

The Sin Bin  ⁠—  art by Molly Murakami (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
The Hunger and the Dusk is a twelve-issue series written by G. Willow Wilson with art by Chris Wildgoose. The fantasy series “upends an age-old conflict between humans and orcs” by introducing a new, deadlier species of orc. “Fragile alliances form – and unexpected romances blossom – as former enemies wade into battle together to save their two races.”

The Hunger and the Dusk  ⁠—  art by Chris Wildgoose (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
“Throughout our history, IDW has provided a supportive environment for passionate creators to pursue their artistic vision, taking form as such beloved titles as 30 Days of Night, Locke & Key, V Wars, Canto, October Faction, and Wynonna Earp, just to name a few,” says IDW publisher Nachie Marsham. 
“Our new Originals editorial division, spearheaded by Mark Doyle, reflects our commitment to building upon that legacy. More than ever before, we are reaching out to the creative community, welcoming fresh ideas that span a diverse range of genres, and offering audiences wild new worlds to explore.”
IDW adds that the initial nine titles are just the beginning of the Originals initiative, and the publisher has more projects in development for 2023 and beyond, including a  series by John Ridley and original graphic novels aimed at middle grade and YA audiences.
Finally, the publisher says is developing these properties for film, television, and other mediums.
Look for IDW’s new line of titles at your local comic shop.

#Scott #Snyders #Dark #Spaces #Wildfire #launches #IDWs #original #comic #book #series

Scott Snyder’s Dark Spaces: Wildfire launches IDW’s 9 new original comic book series

IDW Publishing has announced nine new original series in the launch of what it calls an “expansive new comic book initiative,” and the “next evolution of original content. The initiative kicks off in July with writer Scott Snyder’s Dark Spaces, a character-driven anthology series that explores “Desperate people, desperate situations” and the decisions made and the irreversible actions taken when people are placed in those dilemmas.
Check out more information about Dark Spaces below.   
According to the publisher the new initiative builds on its creator-driven legacy, naming Snyder, G. Willow Wilson, Stephen Graham Jones, John Ridley, and more as the foundation.
The new initiative will feature new original projects encompassing the genres of crime thriller, supernatural horror, science fiction, epic fantasy, and more.
“A year ago we gave ourselves a mission: to make IDW the destination for premier talent and rising stars,” says Mark Doyle, editorial director of originals in IDW’s announcement. “This is an unprecedented moment in IDW’s history, and there’s been a tremendous team effort from our creative and editorial teams and everyone at the company to develop a stellar slate of original stories – and we’re having a blast doing it!”
While not mentioned in the announcement, the Originals program and new emphasis on creator-driven content could be in response to IDW losing the Hasbro G.I. Joe and Transformers comic book license at the end of 2021.
The first nine new projects include:
Snyder’s Dark Spaces, which will launch in July with Wildfire, a five-issue arc with art by Hayden Sherman and colors by Ronda Pattison that follows a crew of women from an inmate firefighters program “risking everything on the frontlines.” But they’re also planning a heist of a burning mansion deep in California hills smoldering from six weeks into the slow burn of the historic Arroyo wildfires. 
Led by the crew’s newest recruit – a white-collar convict with a shady Rolodex of contacts – she proposes abandoning their firefighting duties to burgle a former associate’s abandoned mansion. The rest of the team must decide if want to jeopardize their one sure path back to redemption for a life-changing score. But whatever they decide it could be a deadly trap.
“With Dark Spaces, I wanted to do something different. This is a chance to tell dark, grounded, character-driven stories that are totally unique,” says Synder in a new announcement with more details about Dark Spaces. 
“Plus, I wanted this to be a book where I could collaborate with a terrific up-and-coming talent like Hayden. It was also important to me to be able to hold the door open for even more new writers and artists. That’s why Dark Spaces: Wildfire is its own story, but will also mark the beginning of a line of new books featuring other writers and artists curated by me. Mark Doyle and IDW saw the vision and have been amazing partners in helping me build this space.”
Dark Spaces: Wildfire will be published monthly from July through November, with subsequent storylines debuting in 2023. The first issue of Wildfire will feature variant covers by Sherman, Andrea Sorrentino, Liana Kangas, and Tula Lotay.
Check the covers out below followed by information about the other eight new IDW launches:

Dark Spaces: Wildfire  ⁠—  art by Hayden Sherman (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Trve Kvlt is a five-issue limited series written by Scott Bryan Wilson with art by Liana Kangas that introduces Marty Tarantella, a “down-on-his-luck loser” with a plan to escape lifetime employment in fast-food service. His “last-ditch scheme” sets him on a path to a collision course with a Devil-worshiping cult of violent lunatics!

Trve Kvlt  ⁠—  art by Liana Kangas, colors by Gabriela Contreras (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Crashing is a five-issue limited series written by Matthew Klein with art by Morgan Beem set in an emergency room filled with casualties of a superhuman war. Dr. Rose Osler faces the most dangerous day of her medical career while trying to stay on her path of addiction and recovery.

Crashing  ⁠—  art by Morgan Beem, colors by Triona Farrell (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Earthdivers is an ongoing series written by Stephen Graham Jones with art by Davide Gianfelice which unites four Indigenous survivors in an apocalyptic near future. The quartet attempt a bloody, “one-way mission to save their world by traveling back in time to kill Christopher Columbus and prevent the creation of America.”

Earthdivers  ⁠—  art by Rafael Albuquerque (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Dead Seas is six-issue limited series written by Cavan Scott with art by Nick Brokenshire. A cynical convict is transformed into a reluctant hero when trapped on a haunted, sinking prison ship he must unite the “desperate criminals, pirates, and brutal guards” as they try to escape?

Dead Seas  ⁠—  art by Nick Brokenshire (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Golgotha Motor Mountain, a five-issue limited series written by Matthew Erman and Lonnie Nadler with art by Ryan Lee, is a “high-octane, redneck motor massacre” about two meth-cooking brothers who attempt to make it home alive as “cosmic alien horrors” are hot on their trail.

Golgotha Motor Mountain  ⁠—  art by Ryan Lee (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
Arca, the only original graphic novel in the group is written by Van Jensen with art by Jesse Lonergan. The story features billionaires who leave a dying Earth behind and establish a luxurious new society in space, but with a labor force of teenage indentured servants. “But one girl discovers that the good life promised for their years of servitude was a lie…”

Arca  ⁠—  art by Jesse Lonergan (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
The Sin Bin, a six-issue limited series written by Robbie Thompson with art by Molly Murakami, stars a washed-up hockey player Dale “Dukes” Duquesne, whose second job during away games is monster hunting with his daughter Cat along for the hunt, in search of her mother’s killer.

The Sin Bin  ⁠—  art by Molly Murakami (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
The Hunger and the Dusk is a twelve-issue series written by G. Willow Wilson with art by Chris Wildgoose. The fantasy series “upends an age-old conflict between humans and orcs” by introducing a new, deadlier species of orc. “Fragile alliances form – and unexpected romances blossom – as former enemies wade into battle together to save their two races.”

The Hunger and the Dusk  ⁠—  art by Chris Wildgoose (Image credit: IDW Publishing)
“Throughout our history, IDW has provided a supportive environment for passionate creators to pursue their artistic vision, taking form as such beloved titles as 30 Days of Night, Locke & Key, V Wars, Canto, October Faction, and Wynonna Earp, just to name a few,” says IDW publisher Nachie Marsham. 
“Our new Originals editorial division, spearheaded by Mark Doyle, reflects our commitment to building upon that legacy. More than ever before, we are reaching out to the creative community, welcoming fresh ideas that span a diverse range of genres, and offering audiences wild new worlds to explore.”
IDW adds that the initial nine titles are just the beginning of the Originals initiative, and the publisher has more projects in development for 2023 and beyond, including a  series by John Ridley and original graphic novels aimed at middle grade and YA audiences.
Finally, the publisher says is developing these properties for film, television, and other mediums.
Look for IDW’s new line of titles at your local comic shop.

#Scott #Snyders #Dark #Spaces #Wildfire #launches #IDWs #original #comic #book #series


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