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Jeff Smith’s Bone: The Great Cow Race Artist’s Edition

Jeff Smith’s Bone was launched through Cartoon Books in 1991. Winning 10 Eisner Awards (while being nominated for another 11), Bone is one of the most successful and critically acclaimed independent comic book series of all time. Now, IDW Publishing…
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August 2016 Sales Numbers

Diamond released their sales numbers over the weekend and ICv2 has extrapolated those and determined actual unit sales: Top 300 Comics Actual and Top 300 Graphic Novels Actual. Also worth noting is Diamond’s Top Ten Books. These numbers are for…

Marvel Covers: The Modern Era Artist’s Edition

Volume two of Marvel Covers charts NEW territory—literally—featuring covers from the last 25 years! Included in this volume will be gorgeous selections by a vast array of talents as they interpret many of Marvel’s most iconic characters and titles! Marvel…

John Byrne’s The Fantastic Four Artist’s Edition

IDW is pleased to offer more than six issues worth of Fantastic Four stories by John Byrne in the Eisner Award-winning Artist’s Edition format. Included in this volume are issue 232 (the first one with Byrne on as writer &…
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September 2016 Previews

Diamond has updated Previews World with the September 2016 catalog. Scouring the full list this month show two new Artist Edition format books. both advance solicited for January 2017 shipping. For complete details and daily updates visit our AE Index.…
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July 2016 Sales Numbers

Diamond released their sales numbers over the weekend and ICv2 has extrapolated those and determined actual unit sales: Top 300 Comics Actual and Top 300 Graphic Novels Actual. These numbers are for Diamond’s direct sales in North America only and…

Joe Kubert’s The Return Of Tarzan Artist’s Edition

The second volume of Joe Kubert’s acclaimed Tarzan series is collected in IDW Publishing’s award-winning format. Collecting issues #214, 217 – 223, this beautiful tome features three stand alone adventures, as well as the epic saga detailing The Return of…

Charles M. Schulz Peanuts Artist’s Edition

Charles Schulz’s Peanuts debuted as what is arguably the most important comic strip of all time in 1950. Peanuts transcended the medium, presenting complex issues and moral dilemmas in the space of four panels, while maintaining a bitingly funny sense…