Valiant Entertainment is happy to announce that Assistant Editor David Menchel has been promoted to Associate Editor.
Valiant Entertainment is proud to announce two new hires: Drew Baumgartner joins Valiant HQ as Assistant Editor, and Zane Warman has been named to the position of Domestic Licensing Coordinator.
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Valiant Entertainment is excited to announce that Editorial Director Robert Meyers has been promoted to Senior Editorial Director. In his new role, Meyers will help guide the vision of the Valiant Universe and the rich cast of characters.
Valiant Entertainment is proud to announce that Director of Sales Matthew Klein has been promoted to VP of Sales & Marketing.
IDW Publishing, a division of IDW Media Holdings, announced today that its former Chief Creative Officer and Editor-In-Chief, Chris Ryall, is returning to the company as President, Publisher and Chief Creative Officer.
The numbers have been tabulated, and now we have a complete look at the top 500 comics sold in the direct market in November 2018.
Valiant Entertainment is excited to announce that comics journalist and marketing professional Gregg Katzman has been named to the position of Marketing Coordinator.
The most talked about publisher of graphic literature has gained traction in the US market and beyond under the direction of comics publishing and merchandise veteran Syndee Barwick in her role as Director of Marketing. Today, Lion Forge announces her promotion to vice president of the department she has led since joining the company in 2016.
As we approach the release of a new Hellboy movie, and the 25th anniversary of the release of the first Hellboy comic, Dark Horse Comics wants everyone to get in the spirit with Hellboy Day on March 23, 2019.
I was intrigued recently when I read a news release posted here at MajorSpoilers about Dark Horse partnering with Vanguard Visionary Associates. Now, it’s not unusual for American companies to accept funding from overseas companies—Valiant Entertainment has done that, for example.
It does show that the industry is always looking for more money so they can offset those not-so-great comics while they work on selling more successful ones!
The industry moved into a positive direction in October 2018, and this morning, we have the full breakdown of the top 500 comics sold to the direct market in October 2018.
DC announced that some of its most legendary stories will now be a part of the DC Black Label imprint. The recently launched publishing line, dedicated to giving premier writers and artists the ability to tell unique, standalone stories set outside DC continuity, will release several iconic comic book collections featuring the most famous DC heroes from the archives beginning this December through the end of 2019.