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  • IDW Publishing is an American publisher of comic books, graphic novels, art books and comic strip collections. The company was founded as the publishing division of Idea and Design Works, LLC and is the fourth largest comic book publisher in the United States. They also release card games through their gaming division, IDW Games, which was formed in 2013.
  • Depois de desenvolver várias revistas da Disney, incluindo Donald Duck e Mickey Mouse, seu primeiro empreendimento no mundo de Star Wars começou com o lançamento de Micro Comic Fun Pack em 2015.
  • IDW Publishing (abreviatura de Idea & Design Works) es una editorial estadounidense de comics. IDW fue fundada en 1999 por los artistas Ted Adams, Alex Garner, Kris Oprisko y Robbie Robbins. En 2010, IDW fue la quinta mayor editora de comics americanos. Diamond Comic Distributors votó a IDW Publishing como "Editora del Año" en 2004, 2005 y 2006. IDW Publishing es la editorial de los cómics de Silent Hill, y la empresa es ampliamente reconocida por adaptaciones de Underworld, Star Trek, Transformers, Doctor Who y 24, entre otros.
  • In December 2008 , it was announced that IDW would begin publishing comics in digital format, via Apple's iTunes Store, beginning with the first issue in the Best of Peter David reprint collection, "A Rude Awakening!". The remaining issues that make up that collection are to follow. [2] The individual issues of Star Trek: Countdown were also released via iTunes, with "Countdown, Number Three" and "Countdown, Number Four" being released on the same day as their physical counterparts – a first for the digital format. [3]
  • In 2004 IDW produced their graphic novels based upon 24. Several others have been produced since then.
  • thumb IDW Publishing es una editorial estadounidense de cómics, novelas gráficas, artbooks y colecciones de tiras cómicas. La empresa fue fundada como la división editorial de Idea and Design Works, LLC (IDW) y es regularmente reconocida como el cuarto editor de cómics en los Estados Unidos. La compañía es quizás mejor conocida por sus adaptaciones cómic licenciadas de películas y dibujos animados. Publicó el cómic Castlevania: The Belmont Legacy. También publicaron otros cómics basados en otras dos propiedades de Konami, a saber, Metal Gear Solid y Silent Hill.
  • The company specialises in licensed properties, acquiring the rights to 24, Angel, CSI, Transformers, Star Trek, Doctor Who, G.I. Joe and most notably Terminator Salvation: Sand in the Gears. The list of published titles is extensive as can be seen here at the Official websites published titles page.
  • IDW Publishing is an American publisher of comic books, graphic novels, art books and comic strip collections. The company was founded as the publishing division of Idea and Design Works, LLC (IDW) and is regularly recognized as the fourth-largest comic book publisher in the United States. The company is perhaps best known for its licensed comic book adaptations of movies and cartoons.
  • IDW Publishing (short for Idea + Design Works) is an American publisher of comic books and and strips. IDW was founded in 1999 by artists Ted Adams, Alex Garner, Kris Oprisko and Robbie Robbins. In 2010, IDW was the fifth largest publisher of American comic books. Diamond Comic Distributors voted IDW Publishing "Publisher of the Year" in 2004, 2005 and 2006. IDW Publishing is the publisher for the Silent Hill comics, and the company is widely recognized for adaptations of Underworld, Star Trek, Transformers, Doctor Who and 24, among others.
  • IDW Publishing (also known as IDW Comics and Idea & Design Works) is an American comic book company founded in 1999 by Robbie Robbins and Ted Adams. At first, the company was known for horror comics, such as 30 Days of Night. The company then began specializing in comics based on television and movie franchises, including Underworld, Godzilla, 24, Angel, CSI and Galaxy Quest. The company currently holds the license for comics based on The X-Files TV series, and started publishing such comics in June 2013.
  • IDW Publishing is an American publisher of comic books (fourth or fifth in market share). IDW held the publishing license for Angel comics from 2005 to 2011.
  • Depuis 2007, la compagnie détient la licence d'exploitation des comics "Star Trek" (incluant TOS, TNG, DS9 et ALT).
  • IDW's flagship storyline is a rebooted Generation One continuity, written by longtime Transformers scribe Simon Furman and told through a succession of mini-series and one-shot Spotlights. IDW has also been authorized to re-release trade paperbacks published by Dreamwave, such as the War and Peace mini-series and The War Within and The War Within: The Dark Ages. In May 2008, IDW's relationship with Hasbro proved to be quite healthy indeed as they snapped up the G.I. Joe comic book license as well.
  • The company also began reprinting Bud Sagendorf's early issues of the first Popeye comic book series (1948-1984), as "Popeye Classics". In 2013, IDW published Mars Attacks Popeye, one of five crossovers comprising their Mars Attacks IDW event.
  • IDW Publishing is a American publisher of art books, comic books and comic strip collections. The company was founded as the publishing division of Idea and Design Works, LLC (IDW) and, by 2010, was the fifth-largest publisher of American comic books, with a market-unit share of 3.67 percent. In addition to its printed comics and graphic novels, IDW has more than 650 books in digital distribution across multiple partners and platforms. IDW Publishing is responsible for the production of the Samurai Jack comic series.
  • IDW Publishing (pour Idea and Design Work) est une compagnie américaine d'édition de comics qui a publié plusieurs bandes-dessinées de Doctor Who entre 2007 et 2013. La plupart des titres d'IDW sont des franchises télévisuelles ou cinématographiques. La compagnie commença par éditer deux titres en 2007/ 2008: Doctor Who Classics, dans lequel étaient réédités des comics du Quatrième Docteur parus dans le Doctor Who Magazine, et Doctor Who, offrant de nouvelles aventures pour le Dixième Docteur. Par la suite, la compagnie a édité plusieurs numéros avec le Dixième puis le Onzième Docteur.
  • IDW Publishing is an American comics company that has risen as among the more notable comics publication companies in recent years. It has earned "Publisher of the Year" for three years by Diamond Comics Distributors from 2004 to 2006.
  • The company was initially known for horror comics, such as 30 Days of Night and Dark Days. Some well-known writers and artists of horror comics, including Ashley Wood, Ben Templesmith and Steve Niles contributed to IDW. The company now specializes in licensed properties, acquiring the rights to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, 24, Angel, CSI, Ghostbusters, Transformers, Star Trek, Dick Tracy, Doctor Who, G.I. Joe, True Blood, and Godzilla.
  • The company initially offered two Doctor Who titles beginning in winter 2007/08: Doctor Who Classics, which reprinted Fourth Doctor stories from Doctor Who Magazine, and Doctor Who, offering all-new adventures for the Tenth Doctor, starting with a six-issue miniseries. In summer 2008, IDW released a second miniseries, The Forgotten, which featured appearances by all 10 Doctors. In October 2008, IDW suspended Doctor Who Classics and launched a related title, Grant Morrison's Doctor Who, a two-issue miniseries which reprinted DWM storylines written by Grant Morrison. In December, the regular reprints continued as Doctor Who Classics: Series 2, continuing the DWM reprints with the Fourth Doctor; in April 2009 the series began reprinting Fifth Doctor strips.
  • IDW Publishing is a American publisher of art books, comic books and comic strip collections. The company was founded in 2000 as the publishing division of Idea and Design Works, LLC (IDW) and, by 2010, was the fifth-largest publisher of American comic books. In addition to its printed comics and graphic novels, IDW has more than 650 books in digital distribution across multiple partners and platforms. IDW was named "Publisher of the Year Under 5% Market Share" for 2004 to 2006 by Diamond Comic Distributors.
  • IDW Publishing (IDW = Idea and Design Works) ist ein US-amerikanischer Comic-Verlag, der seit 2007 auch Doctor Who-Comics veröffentlicht. Die ersten Doctor Who-Veröffentlichungen des Verlages waren neu colorierte Comics aus dem Doctor Who Magazine, die unter dem Reihentitel Doctor Who Classics erschienen. Sie erschienen gesammelt in den Bänden Doctor Who Classics Omnibus Volume 1 und Doctor Who Classics Omnibus Volume 2. Mit der Serie Agent Provocateur begann man 2008 neue Comic-Geschichten zu veröffentlichen, verfolgte jedoch eine schwer durchschaubare Veröffentlichungspolitik.
  • In their first year IDW tested the format with miniseries of various formats. In their second year they intend to push the line forward with the involvement of big names such as D.C. Fontana and Peter David, branding their output for the year Star Trek: Second Stage. The Second Stage branding only actually appeared on the first issue of Turnaround.
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  • IDW Publishing
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Founder
  • Alex Garner
  • Kris Oprisko
  • Ted Adams
  • Robbie Robbins
  • *Ted Adams *Robbie Robbins *Kris Oprisko *Robbie Robbins
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  • Alan Payne, VP of Sales
  • Chris Ryall, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief
  • Matthew Ruzicka, CFO
  • Robbie Robbins, Executive Vice-President/Owner
  • Ted Adams, CEO/Owner
  • *Greg Goldstein *Chris Ryall *Matt Ruzicka *David Hedgecock *David Ozer
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  • CTM Media Holdings, Inc.
  • Idea and Design Works, LLC
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  • IDW Media Holdings, Inc.
  • Idea and Design Works, LLC
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  • 2000
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  • IDW Publishing is an American publisher of comic books, graphic novels, art books and comic strip collections. The company was founded as the publishing division of Idea and Design Works, LLC and is the fourth largest comic book publisher in the United States. They also release card games through their gaming division, IDW Games, which was formed in 2013.
  • In their first year IDW tested the format with miniseries of various formats. In their second year they intend to push the line forward with the involvement of big names such as D.C. Fontana and Peter David, branding their output for the year Star Trek: Second Stage. The Second Stage branding only actually appeared on the first issue of Turnaround. After the first few issue of the first series IDW released two comics a month throughout their first year. With the launch of their Second Stage titles they upped production to four issues a month, intending to deliver a new comic almost every week. Output has since fluctuated, with as few as one comic being release in a month, and up to as many as five.
  • Depois de desenvolver várias revistas da Disney, incluindo Donald Duck e Mickey Mouse, seu primeiro empreendimento no mundo de Star Wars começou com o lançamento de Micro Comic Fun Pack em 2015.
  • IDW Publishing (abreviatura de Idea & Design Works) es una editorial estadounidense de comics. IDW fue fundada en 1999 por los artistas Ted Adams, Alex Garner, Kris Oprisko y Robbie Robbins. En 2010, IDW fue la quinta mayor editora de comics americanos. Diamond Comic Distributors votó a IDW Publishing como "Editora del Año" en 2004, 2005 y 2006. IDW Publishing es la editorial de los cómics de Silent Hill, y la empresa es ampliamente reconocida por adaptaciones de Underworld, Star Trek, Transformers, Doctor Who y 24, entre otros.
  • In December 2008 , it was announced that IDW would begin publishing comics in digital format, via Apple's iTunes Store, beginning with the first issue in the Best of Peter David reprint collection, "A Rude Awakening!". The remaining issues that make up that collection are to follow. [2] The individual issues of Star Trek: Countdown were also released via iTunes, with "Countdown, Number Three" and "Countdown, Number Four" being released on the same day as their physical counterparts – a first for the digital format. [3]
  • In 2004 IDW produced their graphic novels based upon 24. Several others have been produced since then.
  • thumb IDW Publishing es una editorial estadounidense de cómics, novelas gráficas, artbooks y colecciones de tiras cómicas. La empresa fue fundada como la división editorial de Idea and Design Works, LLC (IDW) y es regularmente reconocida como el cuarto editor de cómics en los Estados Unidos. La compañía es quizás mejor conocida por sus adaptaciones cómic licenciadas de películas y dibujos animados. Publicó el cómic Castlevania: The Belmont Legacy. También publicaron otros cómics basados en otras dos propiedades de Konami, a saber, Metal Gear Solid y Silent Hill.
  • The company was initially known for horror comics, such as 30 Days of Night and Dark Days. Some well-known writers and artists of horror comics, including Ashley Wood, Ben Templesmith and Steve Niles contributed to IDW. The company now specializes in licensed properties, acquiring the rights to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, 24, Angel, CSI, Ghostbusters, Transformers, Star Trek, Dick Tracy, Doctor Who, G.I. Joe, True Blood, and Godzilla. On April 1, 2011, IDW Publishing announced at WonderCon that it would begin publishing TMNT comics, including reprints and original stories. On May 19, 2011, the new comic was announced to start in August 2011, written by Tom Waltz and Kevin Eastman and with art by Dan Duncan.
  • The company specialises in licensed properties, acquiring the rights to 24, Angel, CSI, Transformers, Star Trek, Doctor Who, G.I. Joe and most notably Terminator Salvation: Sand in the Gears. The list of published titles is extensive as can be seen here at the Official websites published titles page.
  • IDW Publishing (pour Idea and Design Work) est une compagnie américaine d'édition de comics qui a publié plusieurs bandes-dessinées de Doctor Who entre 2007 et 2013. La plupart des titres d'IDW sont des franchises télévisuelles ou cinématographiques. La compagnie commença par éditer deux titres en 2007/ 2008: Doctor Who Classics, dans lequel étaient réédités des comics du Quatrième Docteur parus dans le Doctor Who Magazine, et Doctor Who, offrant de nouvelles aventures pour le Dixième Docteur. Par la suite, la compagnie a édité plusieurs numéros avec le Dixième puis le Onzième Docteur. En dehors de Doctor Who, IDW détient également les droits de la franchise Star Trek. Elle est d'ailleurs la première compagnie à détenir les droits de ces deux franchises depuis les années 70/ 80, où ces droits étaient détenus par Marvel Comics. À partir de mai 2012, IDW a lancé le premier crossover officiel entre Star Trek et Doctor Who, une mini-série de 8 numéros intitulée Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who — Assimilation². En dehors des magazines de comics, IDW a également sorti plusieurs de ses bandes dessinées en romans graphiques, en commançant par Agent Provocateur. La plupart de ces romans graphiques ont été édités en France par French Eyes - marquant la première fois que des comics Doctor Who étaient publiés en français. En juillet 2013, il a été annoncé qu'IDW Publishing perdrait la licence pour publier des comics de la série, sans préciser qui serait son successeur. En janvier 2014, il fut annoncé que Titan Publishing Group avait obtenu la licence.
  • IDW Publishing is an American publisher of comic books, graphic novels, art books and comic strip collections. The company was founded as the publishing division of Idea and Design Works, LLC (IDW) and is regularly recognized as the fourth-largest comic book publisher in the United States. The company is perhaps best known for its licensed comic book adaptations of movies and cartoons.
  • IDW Publishing (short for Idea + Design Works) is an American publisher of comic books and and strips. IDW was founded in 1999 by artists Ted Adams, Alex Garner, Kris Oprisko and Robbie Robbins. In 2010, IDW was the fifth largest publisher of American comic books. Diamond Comic Distributors voted IDW Publishing "Publisher of the Year" in 2004, 2005 and 2006. IDW Publishing is the publisher for the Silent Hill comics, and the company is widely recognized for adaptations of Underworld, Star Trek, Transformers, Doctor Who and 24, among others.
  • IDW Publishing (also known as IDW Comics and Idea & Design Works) is an American comic book company founded in 1999 by Robbie Robbins and Ted Adams. At first, the company was known for horror comics, such as 30 Days of Night. The company then began specializing in comics based on television and movie franchises, including Underworld, Godzilla, 24, Angel, CSI and Galaxy Quest. The company currently holds the license for comics based on The X-Files TV series, and started publishing such comics in June 2013.
  • IDW Publishing is a American publisher of art books, comic books and comic strip collections. The company was founded in 2000 as the publishing division of Idea and Design Works, LLC (IDW) and, by 2010, was the fifth-largest publisher of American comic books. In addition to its printed comics and graphic novels, IDW has more than 650 books in digital distribution across multiple partners and platforms. The company was initially known for horror comics, such as 30 Days of Night and Dark Days. The company then began specializing in licensed properties, acquiring the rights to such movie series and characters as Underworld and Godzilla; such television series as 24 and Angel; and such toy lines as Transformers. IDW was named "Publisher of the Year Under 5% Market Share" for 2004 to 2006 by Diamond Comic Distributors.
  • IDW Publishing is an American publisher of comic books (fourth or fifth in market share). IDW held the publishing license for Angel comics from 2005 to 2011.
  • Depuis 2007, la compagnie détient la licence d'exploitation des comics "Star Trek" (incluant TOS, TNG, DS9 et ALT).
  • IDW's flagship storyline is a rebooted Generation One continuity, written by longtime Transformers scribe Simon Furman and told through a succession of mini-series and one-shot Spotlights. IDW has also been authorized to re-release trade paperbacks published by Dreamwave, such as the War and Peace mini-series and The War Within and The War Within: The Dark Ages. In May 2008, IDW's relationship with Hasbro proved to be quite healthy indeed as they snapped up the G.I. Joe comic book license as well.
  • IDW Publishing (IDW = Idea and Design Works) ist ein US-amerikanischer Comic-Verlag, der seit 2007 auch Doctor Who-Comics veröffentlicht. Die ersten Doctor Who-Veröffentlichungen des Verlages waren neu colorierte Comics aus dem Doctor Who Magazine, die unter dem Reihentitel Doctor Who Classics erschienen. Sie erschienen gesammelt in den Bänden Doctor Who Classics Omnibus Volume 1 und Doctor Who Classics Omnibus Volume 2. Mit der Serie Agent Provocateur begann man 2008 neue Comic-Geschichten zu veröffentlichen, verfolgte jedoch eine schwer durchschaubare Veröffentlichungspolitik. So gab es Einzelgeschichten, bzw. Einzelserien, in denen der Zehnte Doctor mit den aus der TV-Serie bekannten Begleiterinnen Martha Jones und Donna Noble unterwegs war (allerdings im Wechsel, mal mit Martha, mal mit Donna). Parallel dazu startete man neue Abenteuer des Zehnten Doctors, in denen er mit bisher unbekannten Begleitern unterwegs war. Diese Reihe wurde von IDW mit unterschiedlichen Titeln vermarktet - in diesem Wiki wird sie als Doctor Who: The Ongoing Series geführt. Mit den Abenteuern des Elften Doctors wurde diese klare Unterscheidung aufgehoben, da der Doctor in Einzelserien wie auch in der Ongoing-Serie mit Amy Pond, Rory Williams und zum Ende mit Clara Oswald unterwegs war. Außerdem veröffentlichte IDW drei Comic-Jahrbücher, in denen neue Comic-Geschichten veröffentlicht wurden. Zum Ende des Jahres 2013 verlor IDW die BBC-Lizenz für weitere Doctor Who-Comics.
  • IDW Publishing is an American comics company that has risen as among the more notable comics publication companies in recent years. It has earned "Publisher of the Year" for three years by Diamond Comics Distributors from 2004 to 2006. Their first mark at prominence is with the horror comic 30 Days of Night and then to other horror stories and moving on to more offbeat comics. They also delved into licensed properties where they showed their unique versatility, often going for television shows and movies that no one would have thought creating a comic out of. Licensed properties such as Silent Hill, Metal Gear Solid, the CSI series, 24, and Shaun of the Dead. In 2005, IDW acquired the comics rights to Transformers, a major Hasbro property. Because of this, it has led to much speculation in late 2007 when it was announced that Devil's Due Publishing has not renewed its G.I. Joe comics rights. Many suspected they may be the likeliest winning bid. In May 2008, IDW has formally announced its acquisition of the license. The first G.I. Joe comic published under this imprint is G.I. Joe #0, released in October 2008.
  • The company also began reprinting Bud Sagendorf's early issues of the first Popeye comic book series (1948-1984), as "Popeye Classics". In 2013, IDW published Mars Attacks Popeye, one of five crossovers comprising their Mars Attacks IDW event.
  • The company initially offered two Doctor Who titles beginning in winter 2007/08: Doctor Who Classics, which reprinted Fourth Doctor stories from Doctor Who Magazine, and Doctor Who, offering all-new adventures for the Tenth Doctor, starting with a six-issue miniseries. In summer 2008, IDW released a second miniseries, The Forgotten, which featured appearances by all 10 Doctors. In October 2008, IDW suspended Doctor Who Classics and launched a related title, Grant Morrison's Doctor Who, a two-issue miniseries which reprinted DWM storylines written by Grant Morrison. In December, the regular reprints continued as Doctor Who Classics: Series 2, continuing the DWM reprints with the Fourth Doctor; in April 2009 the series began reprinting Fifth Doctor strips. In 2009, IDW published a series of one-shots, which began with The Whispering Gallery in February, followed by The Time Machination in May, and Autopia in June. It launched Doctor Who Ongoing in July (cover title simply Doctor Who), a new monthly series featuring the Tenth Doctor that ran for 16 issues, and was relaunched in January 2011 with the Eleventh Doctor. Concurrent with Ongoing, IDW continued publishing monthly one-shots until the fall of 2009. These stories occur during the timeframes of the third and fourth seasons and featured appearances by Martha Jones and Donna Noble. The Ongoing title (simply titled Doctor Who on the cover), has been published in two volumes. Volume 1 ran for 16 issues and one Annual, and featured the Tenth Doctor and original companions Matthew Finnegan and Emily Winter. Volume 2 began publication in January 2011, and features the Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond and Rory Williams. (However, the Eleventh Doctor actually made his debut in IDW's first Doctor Who Annual, published in July 2010, when he appeared in a dream sequence of the Tenth Doctor story COMIC: To Sleep, Perchance to Scream.) Volume 3 was released between 2012 and 2013, with two additional annuals. Besides Doctor Who, IDW is also the current publisher of comics based upon Star Trek, making this the first time since the late-70s/early-80s that one company has owned the rights to both franchises at the same time (the previous being Marvel Comics). Beginning in May 2012, IDW began publishing the first official crossover between Doctor Who and Star Trek, an 8-issue miniseries titled Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who — Assimilation². Although concentrating mainly on New Series stories, the stories The Forgotten and Prisoners of Time celebrated two anniversaries: the 45th and the 50th. Each story gave a glimpse into a past Doctor's life (3 Doctors per issue in The Forgotten; 1 Doctor per issue in Prisoners of Time, and both concluded with every Doctor teaming up. Aside from the comic magazines, IDW also published graphic novel collections of its comics. Doctor Who Classics, Agent Provocateur (collecting the first six-issue miniseries), The Forgotten, and Through Time and Space (collecting the first six one-shots), along with the 2009, 2011 and 2012 series of the title. Two volumes of Doctor Who Classics have been released in 22.6x15xm sized Omnibus collections, as well as two Omnibuses focused on the Tenth Doctor; volume 1 collecting Agent Provocateur, The Forgotten and Through Time and Space, and volume 2 collecting the entirety of Doctor Who (2009). That series was also collected in the hardcover Winter's Dawn, Season's End, whilst Doctor Who (2011) is also available in the hardcover The Girl Who Waited, the Boy Who Lived. Additionally, Assimilation2 and Prisoners of Time are available in smaller TPB volumes and deluxe, oversized hardcovers. The only issue which is not collected in a TPB is IDW's final issue, Special 2013, released on Christmas 2013. In July 2013, it was announced that IDW would be losing the licence to Doctor Who, but no announcement was made at the time about who would take over the licence in 2014. In January 2014, it was announced that Titan Publishing Group had been awarded the licence from January 2014. As IDW lost the licence, this means all TPB collections are out of print and digital copies are unavailable. However, copies purchased before IDW lost the licence are still accessible; the only exemption is Assimilation2 , which, as it falls under the Star Trek licence, can still be puchased from the Comixology website. In the fall of 2015, Titan Comics began reprinting the IDW series under its Tenth Doctor Archives and Eleventh Doctor Archives ranges, available in paperback and digital formats. The TPBs also include the previously uncollected The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who, as well as the special comics IDW created for the San Diego Comic Con and BBC Worldwide's DVD releases. A single-volume reprint of COMIC: Prisoners of Time has also been released by Titan in the same formats. As of spring 2016, however, there are no plans for Titan to reprint Assimilation2.
  • IDW Publishing is a American publisher of art books, comic books and comic strip collections. The company was founded as the publishing division of Idea and Design Works, LLC (IDW) and, by 2010, was the fifth-largest publisher of American comic books, with a market-unit share of 3.67 percent. In addition to its printed comics and graphic novels, IDW has more than 650 books in digital distribution across multiple partners and platforms. IDW Publishing is responsible for the production of the Samurai Jack comic series.
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