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IDW and Ape say launch of DreamWorks Press won't alter comics licenses! Several papers refused to run "Dilbert's" jabs at India's anti-gay ruling! Plus much more!
SPX introduces new exhibitor registration process! Don't count out Ape Entertainment just yet! Interviews with Joshua Dysart, Dave Gibbons, Ryan North and more!
"Pickles" creator Brian Crane on how he was almost ready to give up on his dream! Group turns to comics to explain workers' rights! The perilous nature of retailing! The challenges of illustrating "Sesame Street"!
Rob Liefeld in the spotlight for Extreme Studios revival! U.K. critic Les Coleman passes away. Rick Remender delves into "Uncanny Avengers" plans! Ape's David Hedgecock on return of "Poison Elves"! Plus much more!
Ape CEO David Hedgecock discusses his plans for both new comics and new editions of "Poison Elves" with ROBOT 6, sharing an exclusive look at art for the new series by Darick Robertson, Terry Moore and others.
Ape Entertainment's "Temple Run" #1 tops iTunes sales chart! A visit to the "MAD" offices! Seattle police in spotlight after allowing Phoenix Jones fistfight! Brooklyn Comics & Graphics Festival wrap-up! Plus much more!
CEO David Hedgecock spoke with CBR about Ape Entertainment's soon-to-launch "Fruit Ninja Comics" based on the best-selling mobile game and the challenges of turning licensed video games into comics.
Ape Entertainment has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of the first 12 pages "Hero of Alexandria" #1, the story of a hero's journey in a Steampunk version of the Roman Empire.
Courtesy of Ape Entertainment and iVerse, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Pocket God" #17 by Jason M. Burns and Rolo Mallada. The comic is now available digitally.
Ape Entertainment and Children's Television Workshop have officially announced plans to release a series of "Sesame Street" comic books in print and digital format.
Courtesy of Ape Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive first look at the March 14 issue of the best-selling digital comic "Pocket God," featuring the final part of the zombie-riffic "Para-Abnormal Activity" story.
This week, comiXology and iVerse's storefronts get makeovers and offer big sales, "Cut the Rope" and Stan Lee come to digital comics and Digital Manga offers free "Vampire Hunter D."
The digital comic based on the best-selling "Pocket Gods" iPhone game has exceeded 500,000 downloads, and to celebrate Ape Entertainment shares an EXCLUSIVE preview of #11 with CBR while making #1 free to new readers.
PRESS RELEASE: IDW Publishing and Ape Entertainment Bring "Infestation" to the "Pocket God" Universe
The writing team of David Server and Jackson Lanzing spoke with CBR News about their three-issue series "Freakshow," going in depth about the characters and creatures of the Ape Entertainment title.
ROBOT 6 talks to Ape Entertainment Editor in Chief Jason Burns, publisher of "Shrek" "Penguins of Madagascar," and "Scratch 9," on the trials and benefits of selling kids' comics in the direct market.
Ape Entertainment and American Greetings have announced a deal that will bring Strawberry Shortcake to the publisher's Kizoic line of comic titles in early 2011, complete with scratch & sniff covers.
Ape Entertainment has announced at NYCC that they will be be reimagining the classic Harvey Comics character Richie Rich, updating him for modern audiences.
A dedicated crowd gathered at Comic-Con International to learn about Ape Entertainment’s all-ages Kizoic imprint and their deal to turn DreamWorks Animation titles into comics.
Courtesy of Ape Entertainment's Kizoic label, CBR presents a preview of the second issue of their all-ages series "Scratch 9," created and written by Rob M. Worley with Jason T. Kruse on art and a cover by Mike Kunkel.
The writer behind animated hits "Gargoyles" and "Spectacular Spider-Man," Greg Weisman teams up with his former TV partners for an all-ages blast of high school superhero action from Ape Entertainment's KiZoic label.
Rob Worley's new all-ages KiZoic miniseries follows the adventures of a kitty who can summon all nine of his lives to aid him in the sorts of things cats do - up to and including foiling a mad scientist's evil plans.
A motion comic based on the "Command & Conquer" video game series arrived this past weekend and we spoke with writer Jackson Lanzing about the project. Check out the interview, then watch the first episode right here!
Ape Entertainment and Bolt Creative have announced a comic series based on the popular "Pocket God" game. CBR spoke with Ape's David Hedgecock and Bolt Creative's Dave Castelnuovo for details about the project.
We spoke with Neil Druckmann, co-writer of the "Uncharted" games, about his first graphic novel "A Second Chance at Sarah," creating "Uncharted" motion comics and the differences between writing for comics and games.
With plans for "Shrek" and "Penguins of Madagascar" comic series as well as the teen superhero "Mecha-Nation," indie publisher Ape Entertainment sets its sights on kids publishing in 2010 with their new KiZoic imprint.