Lion Forge Comics
Today, the St. Louis publisher announces plans to move into the gaming space with a new imprint and flagship hybrid publication: Rolled & Told!
Incidentals, created by writer/producer Ramón Govea and co-developed by Lion Forge co-founders David Steward II and Carl Reed, has been a cornerstone title in comics’ most diverse and inclusive universe since 2017. Now, as the series moves into its third volume, Brandon Easton will co-write the title’s most ambitious storyline, in a first-person look at the culture of celebrity and superheroes.
Lion Forge adds Jill Gerber, longtime veteran and advocate of comic books as tools for education in a new position dedicated to providing teachers and librarians support for adding comics to their collections and curriculums.
Lion Forge announces Carol Burrell as Cubhouse executive editor and promotes Andrea Colvin to Editor in Chief
Lion Forge announces a new hire in its editorial department today, bringing industry veteran Carol Burrell aboard as executive editor of the company’s CubHouse imprint. Additionally, Vice President–Executive Editor Andrea Colvin has been promoted to editor in chief.
Shape-shifting polka dotted alien, Encounter, and his talking blue dog side-kick, Barko, once again must protect the pods from a vile villain. Who sent Ribbon Rhonda after the pods, and does she remind anyone else of a classic wrestler? Find out in Encounter #3 from Lion Forge.
Lion Forge is proud to join the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund as the organization’s newest Corporate Member!
Just under a year since the Catalyst Prime Universe debuted to much acclaim throughout the landscape of pop culture, Lion Forge unveils the next phase in comics’ most inclusive and diverse group of heroes with the announcement of Quincredible, followed by upcoming creative changes across the line.
Lion Forge announces new hires in its editorial department today, including industry veterans Amanda Meadows and Shawna Gore
Today at the annual ComicsPRO meeting in Portland, the St. Louis based publisher of “comics for everyone” announces the publication of Gene Ha’s Mae.
Lion Forge announces a transition with valued staffer, Christina “Steenz” Stewart moving from Social Media & Community Manager to Associate Editor.
Lion Forge Comics has partnered with Madefire to make the publisher’s growing line of diverse titles available on the Madefire App, starting today.