This week, Papercutz brings Tales from the Crypt to comic shops and speciality stores as part of the company’s Super Genius imprint.
Papercutz has announced it will release The Wendy Project, a very different take on the Peter Pan story.
Ten years ago, Papercutz set up as a children’s graphic novel publisher, and to celebrate its decade in business, the company has announced a commemorative print program that kicks off this weekend.
Press Release As Children’s Book Week 2015 kicks off its celebration of beloved children’s characters, young readers can look forward to a new hero hitting their shelves early next year. David Gallaher and Steve Ellis, the award-winning creative team behind digital hits HIGH MOON and BOX 13 are teaming up with industry-leading kids graphic novel publisher Papercutz to bring their webcomic sensation THE ONLY LIVING BOY to bookstores and libraries everywhere.
Press Release Nickelodeon and Papercutz, the industry leader in children’s graphic novel publishing, are proud to announce an innovative first look deal, the first agreement of its kind that the network has made with a graphic novel publisher. The partnership will give Papercutz the first option to adapt all-new Nickelodeon original properties into comics and graphic novels.
Press Release Papercutz, the industry’s leading children’s graphic novel publisher, has announced the latest addition to its successful WWE publishing program. WWE SLAM CITY, the second Papercutz series to feature the WWE Superstars will make its debut in August 2014.
Do you love the Rabbids as much as my kids do? Have you purchased the Rabbids gun and fire it off a million times a day? Marc Silvestri has one, and there are a number of you who we know enjoy playing the video games and watching the online animated series. You’re about to get a lot more Rabbids thanks to Papercutz.
Here at Stately Spoilers Manor East (known also as “my divan”), I have one rule about comics: “Let’s read some!” When I heard that the WWE would be making another run at comic book incarnations of their heels and faces and tweeners (OH MY!), I was skeptical. But when I heard the writing would be by beloved Hall Of Famer Mick “Cactus Jack/Mankind/Dude Love” Foley, I knew this would be a series I’d have to check out. How does it stack up? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!