IDW has a lot of awesome comic-book titles coming out monthly – if you’ve ever heard of properties like Ghostbusters, Star Trek, Judge Dredd, GI Joe, Transformers, Godzilla, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The X-Files, My Little Pony, the Powerpuff Girls, or even Disney (and the list definitely goes on), then you’d be interested in checking out their portfolio. Seriously, the IDW lineup is what the menu would look like in Pop-Culture Heaven – check out their full listing here. One of their big hits over the last year has easily been their ‘Back to the Future’ series, featuring all-new canonical stories from a creative team that includes the creator of the BTTF movies, Bob Gale himself. So instantly, you know that this series has “street cred,” as the kids like to say.
ScienceFiction.com is proud to bring you an exclusive look at the cover for ‘Back to the Future’ #14, set to hit the shelves at comic-book retailers and online in November. If you consider yourself a BTTF fan and haven’t been reading the main series or the “spinoff” miniseries, ‘Citizen Brown,’ you are sorely missing out on some amazing storytelling. If 1985 Doc Brown came to the future and saw this title on the shelves, he’d know that everything was awesome in the future.
Without further ado, here is the cover for issue #14, in all its click-to-enlarge glory. A brief story synopsis, along with info about the creative team and release date, is below!
Back to the Future #14
Bob Gale, John Barber (writers) • Emma Vieceli (art & color)
WHO IS MARTY MCFLY? That’s what Marty’s asking himself, as it becomes abundantly clear his childhood memories don’t match up with what actually happened in this timeline. How can he and Doc Brown fix things without breaking time itself?!
Full Color • 32 pages • $3.99
Expected in-store date: 11/9/16
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