Official Press Release
Diamond Comic Distributors has finalized negotiations with Blue Dream Studios to exclusively distribute their products to comic shops, bookstores, libraries and other mass merchandise outlets worldwide.
More than just an animation studio, Blue Dream Studios is creating some of the most original and charming characters and stories today. Blue Dream Studios has been instrumental in bringing many characters to life for television, film, and video games, including Casper the Friendly Ghost , Spider-Man, Predator, and Star Trek. With such hits as THE DREAMLAND CHRONICLES, whose online comic is approaching its 3-millionth reader and which was recently voted Favorite Original Graphic Novel in the 2007 Comics Buyer's Guide's Fan Awards; ED'S TERRESTRIALS, and PET ROBOTS, whose feature film rights were recently acquired by Disney and Benderspink, Blue Dream Studios is poised to find its way into the hearts of children.
"I've been hard at work not only producing new all-ages books," said Sava, creator of the titles as well as owner of Blue Dream Studios, "but also building up a fan base all on my own, making my books more and more appealing to wider and wider markets. I had talked with Diamond several times and was struck by how connected they are in the marketplace and how interested they are in the success of my books."
Diamond Comic Distributors, along with its sister company, Diamond Book Distributors, will represent Blue Dream's all-ages library to comic book shops, national retail bookstore chains such as Barnes & Noble, Borders, and Books-A-Million; independent booksellers; internet sales outlets including Amazon.com; and wholesalers such as Ingram Books and Baker & Taylor.
"This agreement represents a way for Blue Dream Studios to expand and reach fans who want to enjoy their quality products," said Diamond Vice President of Purchasing Bill Schanes. "Their continued effort to provide top-quality merchandise is an asset we value, and we're looking forward to working with Blue Dream to promote and sell their books and merchandise."