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At Comic-Con International, Archaia explored sci-fi properties set to experience a transmedia metamorphosis as original graphic novels -- "Hawken," "Cyborg 009" and "Space 1999: Aftershock and Awe."
"Batman: Earth One" tops bookstore graphic novel sales in July! Archaia CEO talks digital strategy, publishing plans! Looking back at FOOM! Chris Roberson talks Monkeybrain! Plus much more!
Archaia hosted a panel on "world building" at CCI packed with creators including David Petersen, Royden Lepp, and Jeremy Bastian, who discussed crafting a story beyond plot and a strong protagonist.
Classic '60s cyborg superhero manga series "Cyborg 009" gets an American facelift from Archaia, and writer/producer F.J. DeSanto explains how he's keeping the series core while turning visuals over to Marcus To.
"Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" artist David Marquez talks about his experience working on the anaglyph 3D graphic novel "The Joyners in 3D" written by R.J. Ryan and published by Archaia.
Producer Edward R. Pressman sheds light on the upcoming film adaptation of Archaia Entertainment's border-crossing werewolf story "Feeding Ground" while providing an update on the reboot of "The Crow" movie.
Judge allows artist to pursue claims against songwriter over graphic novel biography! Archaia takes top honors in Foreword's Book of the Year Awards! Content versus container in digital comics! Plus much more!
Archaia has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Nate Cosby and Chris Eliopoulos' "Cow Boy," including a look at Colleen Coover and Roger Langridge's short stories from the OGN hitting stores today, May 30.
Doug Zawisza gives the "Mouse Guard and Other Stories" hardcover 5 stars, saying of Archaia's Free Comic Book Day 2012 offering, "if I could only have one Free Comic Book Day book this year, it would be this one."
Editor-in-Chief Stephen Christy led a panel of Archaia's top-flight talent to discuss the publisher's upcoming slate of titles, including more "Mouse Guard," a return to "Space: 1999," the world of "Dapper Men" and more.
Archaia has announced that it has entered into a "digital first" agreement with comiXology that will see many of its titles appearing through the online distributor's apps before arriving on store shelves.
Archaia Editor-in-Chief Stephen Christy and CEO P.J. Bickett discuss the state of the publisher for the coming year, look back on 2011, and tease new projects on the horizon.
Archaia editors shed light on four of the publisher's upcoming books including "Space 1999," "Gang of Fools," "Pantalones, TX" & "Iron: Or, the War After."
Archaia shares exclusively with CBR a first look at a series of posters the publisher plans to give away to fans at WonderCon, revealing new additions to its 2012 publishing lineup.
Eisner winner Janet Lee discusses her upcoming children's book, "The Wonderland Alphabet," gives details on her work on "Womanthology" and "Time of the Dapper Men" and shares exclusive "Wonderland" art.
Artist Alex Sheikman and writer Brian Holguin discuss "The Dark Crystal" prequel, getting into the world of the Henson classic and his working with characters both old and new, plus, an exclusive preview.
Basking in the post-Christmas glow, Augie raves about "A Tale of Sand," the new graphic novel from Archaia based on Jim Henson's lost screenplay as adapted by cartoonist Ramon Perez.
Ryan K. Lindsay gives Ramon Perez's adaptation of Jim Henson and Jerry Juhl's "Tale of Sand" screenplay 4.5 stars, saying fans "should study this book if you have any deep interest in comics and their creation."
"Mouse Guard" creator David Petersen spoke exclusively with CBR about his contribution to the first Free Comic Book Day hardcover and the yearly event's success at bringing new readers to the comics fold.
Actor turned writer Chad Michael Murray gave CBR TV the story behind "Everlast," his new anthology graphic novel from Archaia featuring end of the world stories written by Murray and illustrated by various artists.
Marvel announces free download codes in its print Ultimate Universe comics, Archaia launches an "Immortals" app and more in this week's roundup of digital comics news.
Archaia Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of "Persepolis'" creator Marjane Satrapi's latest graphic novel, "The Sigh."
Relativity Media has provided CBR with an exclusive featurette with the artists of Archaia's "Immortals: Gods and Heroes" graphic novel describing their work on the feature film inspired project.
Creator Royden Lepp spoke with CBR about his newest book from Archaia, his experience as an old-school animator and his excitement over the upcoming "Rust" film.
"True Blood" actor Michael McMillian came aboard the CBR Yacht at CCI to discuss his role on the hit HBO show and how his comic writing on "Lucid" led him to write "True Blood: Tainted Love."
Artist Ramón Perez gave CBR an artist's account of adapting the un-filmed '70s Jim Henson screenplay and how all readers will be able to relate to the upcoming graphic novel adaptation.
This September, Archaia releases "Immortals: Gods and Heroes," a companion anthology to the upcoming film by Tarsem Singh, and the creators were on hand at CCI to talk about the book.
Nate Cosby discusses his freelance writing career, experiences as a Marvel Comics editor, his passion for all-ages comics, working on “Jim Henson’s Storyteller” at Archaia Comics and much more.
CBR News investigates the nomination process for the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, which has drawn scrutiny this year over a potential conflict of interest among the judging panel.