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Delivery or Pickup 9/20/2017: HARDCOVERS!!!

No new issues from IDW this week. However, there are a couple of beautiful-looking hardcover collections, including one featuring a certain rabbit ronin…

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The IDW Collection, Vol. 5

(W) Kevin Eastman, Tom Waltz, Paul Allor, Erik Burnham

(A) Mateus Santolouco, Cory Smith, Dan Schoening, Sophie Campbell, Charles Paul Wilson III, Ben Bates, Dan Duncan

(C) Ronda Pattison, Louis Antonio Delgado, Jeremy Mohler, Bill Crabtree

(Cvr) Dan Duncan

After meeting a good-natured inter dimensional time traveler named Renet, the Turtles become unstuck in time and go spinning into the past! Meanwhile, Shredder and Krang finally meet up, but will they be able to overcome their differences to join forces, while Old Hob has perfected the art of making mutants! Plus, when a new invention goes haywire, the Turtles are sent to a whole new type of New York City. One with a whole lot more ghosts–and Ghostbusters! Collects Turtles in Time, issues #38–44 of the ongoing series, and the TMNT/Ghostbusters crossover.

HC • FC • $49.99 • 368 pages • 7” x 11” • ISBN: 978-1-68405-090-1

Bullet points: 

  • “Perfectly balances complex characters, intricate plots, and incredible action…” –Adventures In Poor Taste
  • Advance solicited for August release!

TMNT/Usagi Yojimbo—Hardcover Edition 

(W/A/Cvr) Stan Sakai

(C) Tom Luth

The TMNT are teleported to a world of talking animals—the world of Usagi Yojimbo! When the samarai rabbit embarks on a quest to save Japan and the deadly Jei blocks his path, a Turtle team-up may be the only chance for survival!

FC • HC • 72 pages • $14.99

Bullet points:

  • Special collector’s hardcover edition!
  • Packed with extras like layouts, pin-ups, character studies and more!
  • Perfect for those that missed out on the fantastic one-shot issue!

The Author

Dan Gehen

Dan Gehen

Dan Gehen is a lot of things, but one thing he's been for his entire life is a TMNT fan (this has been verified by watching embarrassing home videos of his formative years). Though the classic 1980s cartoon caused his 3-year-old version to drive his parents insane via the constant repetition of "cowabunga dude", his true appreciation for the heroes in a half-shell came from the 1990 feature film as well as the comics by Mirage Studios. Today, he continues to enjoy comics from a variety of publishers, including the current TMNT series from IDW Publishing.

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