Today For Her 6th Birthday, Dabel Brothers and Space Goat Team Up to Give “The Most Amazing Cat on the Planet” Her Own Coloring Book Series
PRESS RELEASE – Known for creating stunning graphic novel adaptations coveted by fantasy, science fiction, and pop culture enthusiasts, Dabel Brothers Publishing will release in 2017 the first issue in a much-anticipated graphic novel series featuring Mr. Bean, the internationally recognized character created by Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis.
There have been many reports of problems at Dabel Brothers productions which have varied from late payments to creators to giving up titles in lieu of payment.Â Yesterday, Dynamite Entertainment announced it had signed an agreement to acquire all of the Dabel Brothers titles to be placed under the Dynamite Entertainment brand. Dynamite will immediately assume creative development, production, printing, marketing and sales for all titles handled by Dabel Brothers Publishing.Â This includes books that were in the works and projects not yet announced.Â For the bookstore market, all graphic novels (unless pre-existing agreements prohibit from doing so) will be
Dabel Brothers and IDW Publishing are pleased to announce an agreement to co-publish Patricia Briggsâ€™ Mercy Thompson: Moon Called, a four-issue miniseries adaptation of the best selling authorâ€™s new novel, in early 2010. Moon Called is the first Mercy Thompson novel from New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs. The novel introduces Mercedes â€œMercyâ€ Thompson, a talented Volkswagen mechanic living in Washington State, who also happens to be a â€œwalker,â€ a magical being with the power to shift into a coyote at will. Moon Called tells of Mercy and the rest of the paranormal cast in the novels, among them
I haven’t heard a lot from the Dabel Brothers in recent months, but this press release filtered through my inbox the other day announcing a new manga-style series based on the Malcom Wong’s screenplay called Dog Eaters. Take the jump for the full press release, and a peek at the issue.
While there were a lot of companies that had news to share in their panel, there really wasn’t enough to justify a single article for each.Â To make sure we try to get as much complete coverage as we can, here’s a summary of the tid-bits coming from the rest.
Over at his blog site, Jim Butcher has announced his novels the Dresden Files are going to be translated into comic book form, by none other than Dabel Brothers Productions. The current plan is to lay out the Dresden Files storyline at the rate of one of the novels every twelve to sixteen monthly issues, with occasional side-trips and independent stories thrown in. (Ever wonder what happened in Branson the month before Storm Front? How about what somebody saw in the lake in Minnesota between Storm Front and Fool Moon? Maybe I’ll get to tell those stories now! How cool
It didn’t take Dabel Brothers Productions to quickly move on to its next project following the split with Marvel. The company announced it will be producing the graphic adaptation of Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein trilogy. “We love surprises,” laughed Ernst Dabel, President of Dabel Brothers Productions in a prepared statement, “and we’re certain that many people will be absolutely stunned to hear that we’re working with such a well-known author as Dean Koontz. And we’re excited! Mr. Koontz is an amazing writer with some incredible ideas, and we’re thrilled to have a chance to bring his Frankenstein story into the comic
Here is something that comes as a complete surprise. Marvel sent out a press release this morning announcing it has “concluded its relationship” with Dabel Brothers Productions. Fans of Anita Blake Vampire Hunter know the Dabel Brothers brought the high selling title to Marvel back in 2006, and it has been a hit, getting new readers into stores. Instead of Dabel Brothers Productions keeping its many titles including Hedge Knight, Tales of Alvin Maker, and Wryms, Marvel will continue to produce these titles. There was never any official word on the exact nature of the Dabel/Marvel deal, so who knows
New York Times Best-Selling novelist Laurell K. Hamilton and Jonathon Green are back to bring you a new two-part tale of Anita Blake. The issue two part issue take place one year before Anita Blake: Guilty Pleasures, and readers will learn how Anita met some of the key character. Marvel Comics and The Dabel Brothers have sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at this issue. I have a question: Matthew doesn’t care for the series, I haven’t read it, but it has sold well, so do any Spoilerites like the Anita Blake series?
Marvel Comics and The Dabel Brothers have teamed up for another adaptation, this time with George R. R. Martin’s Hedge Knight II: Sworn Sword #1. Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the new series featuring art by Mike S. Miller.
Marvel Comics and Dabel Brothers have been inundated with requests for more information on the Enderverse original story Gold Bug written by Orson Scott Card. If you want to find out what the story is about, take the jump!
The Dabel Brothers and Marvel Comics announced the companies will be bringing an original Orson Scot Card Ender Wiggin’s tale to comics this spring. More info and the full cover after the jump.
Dabel Brothers Productions has announced Brett Booth will make an appearance at Wizard World LA. The reclusive artist’s latest work has been on Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Guilty Pleasures and to help promote the sold out series, has agreed to sign and sketch for fans. “We’ve been friends with Brett for years, but we’ve always had trouble talking him into attending a convention, despite the fact that fans are always begging us to bring him,” laughed Les Dabel, Vice President of Dabel Brothers Productions. “We’re thrilled that he’s agreed to come and help promote the Anita Blake series just as