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After a year of behind the scenes problems which resulted in a months-long break in publishing, Archaia has named co-owner Jack Cummins President & COO. He tells CBR how business will soldier on this fall.
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.
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 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.
Courtesy of Diamond, CBR presents advance previews of several Free Comic Book Day 2012 titles including "Image 20," "Yo Gabba Gabba" and more, all available for free May 5, 2012.
"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.
What does it mean when a title sells out? ROBOT 6 talks to Archaia’s editor-in-chief and three creators about "Return of the Dapper Men" and "Mouse Guard" blowing through their first printings.
We spoke with "Mouse Guard" creator David Peterson who hinted at surprises in store in "The Black Axe," some familiar faces readers might see and a look at his organizational process, keeping it all in continuity.
Series creator David Petersen sat down with Joshua Dysart at the West Hollywood Book Fair to discuss the origins, influences and future of his Eisner Award-winning comic book, "Mouse Guard."
Courtesy of Archaia, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard" #2 with stories by David Petersen, Terry Moore, Gene Ha and more, hitting stores June 23.
“Robotika” creator Alex Sheikman gives CBR News a little perspective on what it’s like playing in David Petersen’s world of “Mouse Guard.” The first issue of Archaia's "Legends of the Guard" anthology series is on sale now.
CBR has reviews for a half-dozen of this past Saturday's Free Comic Book Day releases, including "War of the Superman," "Penguins of Madagascar/Shrek," "Iron Man/Thor," "Fraggle Rock/Mouse Guard" and more!
Archaia was out in force at WonderCon 2010, where Stephen Christy and Mel Caylo, joined by many of the publisher's writers and artists, discussed upcoming projects, from "Fraggle Rock" to Mouse Guard" and beyond.
"Mouse Guard" creator David Petersen spoke with CBR News about "Black Axe" and "Legends of the Guard" while teasing some information about the future of the series and a much-anticipated update on the Mouse Guard film.
Archaia's panel at the Long Beach Comic-Con was an eventful one, full of news about "Mouse Guard," "Fraggle Rock," the company's new partnership with Before the Door Pictures, their Kindle graphic novel, "Tumor," and more
The creator of the award-winning kids fantasy series 'Mouse Guard' tells all and teases the next three volumes of his ongoing opus during a spotlight panel at Comic-Con.
Representatives and creators from Archaia and the Jim Henson Company met with fans to discuss the comic book versions of "The Dark Crystal" and "Fraggle Rock" as well as "Mouse Guard," "Artesia" and more.
“Mouse Guard: Winter 1152” concludes this month with the long-awaited issue 6 from Archaia. CBR caught up with creator David Petersen to discuss the series, its Gaelic and Great Lakes influences, its unlikely heroes, its past and its future.
ASP returns to a full publishing schedule in June, following a year of restructuring. CBR News spoke with the Archaia staff for an update on when fans will see more "Mouse Guard," "The Killer" and more.
In the 599th PIPELINE, Augie has an early review of this Thursday's "Marvels" sequel release, plus he launches his reading journal for "Watchmen." Also: what came out this week in 2001, and show notes for a missed podcast.
After a lengthy delay, "Mouse Guard: Winter 1152" will finally see release this week. CBR News sat down for a quick chat with creator David Petersen about not just the new issue, but also the official Mouse Guard ballad!
Devil's Due confirmed for CBR News they are not purchasing "Mouse Guard" publisher Archaia Studios Press -- but someone else is, and ASP's creator contract is changing as well.
"Mouse Guard" creator David Petersen talks to CBR News about the new role- playing game based on his hit comic book, and updates readers on the status of the eagerly awaited conclusion to "Winter 1152."