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Now stationed on the 20th Century Fox, BOOM! Studios co-founder Ross Richie talks film and TV deals and staying true to comics.
BOOM! Studios staff and creators discussed why they do what they do, sincerely believing "the best comics have yet to be published."
BOOM! Studios CEO Ross Richie discusses honing his company's focus, creating quality comics and the groundbreaking first-look deal with Fox.
Three veterans of the comic book business - Jimmy Palmiotti, Ross Richie and Mike Richardson - talked the ups and downs of TV and movie deals at NYCC.
BOOM! Studios Ross Richie, Managing Editor Bryce Carlson and Vice President of Development Stephen Christy talk about the company's past, present and future at the New York Comic Con.
Fox and BOOM! Studios (plus imprint Archaia Entertainment) have agreed to a multifaceted deal, set to split a share of potential gross from adapted properties between the publisher and the original creators.
Universal Pictures has optioned Michael Alan Nelson, Matt Gagnon and Brian Stelfreeze's recent BOOM! Studios vampire series "Day Men" for its next comic book adaptation film.
Steven Grant wraps up his temporary return to CBR with a look back to the beginnings of his comics career, including a joke contained in "Marvel Two-in-One" #54, the development of "2 Guns" and more.
The Archaia Entertainment panel at Comic-Con International featured BOOM! Studios CEO Ross Richie, actress Alyssa Milano and a line-up of creators who spoke about their new works and told a few honest war stories.
CBR News has learned BOOM! Studios has acquired Archaia Entertainment. Archaia will become a BOOM! imprint, moving titles like "Mouse Guard" and "Rust" over to the BOOM! library.
Editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman responds to criticism from Texas Gov. Rick Perry! More details on arrest of Singapore cartoonist! Interviews with Jeff Lemire, Ruben Bolling and Ross Richie! Plus more!
At WonderCon, BOOM! Studios’ Ross Richie, Filip Sablik, Shannon Watters and writer Steven Grant talked about BOOM! Studios' identity as a company, who they are and what they do.
With a fresh branding identity to match new projects, BOOM! Studios is reintroducing itself to fans. Publisher Ross Richie and Marketing VP Filip Sablik explain why diversity, evolution and 50/50 contracts work in their favor.
As part of last weekend's Baltimore Comic-Con, BOOM! Founder and CEO Ross Richie delivered a Harvey Awards keynote on comics legacy, the artform's societal status and its idea-laden future.
Actor James Marsden, known for his turns in "X-Men" and "Superman Returns," has signed on for a modern crime adaptation of the BOOM! Studios title by Steven Grant and Mat Santolouco alongside Mark Whalberg and Denzel Washington.
He made Mark Waid evil at BOOM! Studios, now Chip Mosher moves to digitial comics distributor comiXology and things may never be the same. CBR spoke with Mosher about the transition.
In the midst of soft sales, big media pushes by Marvel and the aggressive launch of DC's New 52, we spoke to the publishers of BOOM!, Dark Horse, Dynamite, IDW and Top Cow about making moves in a world dominated by the big two.
BOOM! Studios publisher Ross Richie spoke with CBR News about the new kaboom! all-ages line of comics, which includes a new "Peanuts" OGN and an original series by "Muppet Show" cartoonist Roger Langridge.
The time for comics based on Disney/Pixar films is over for BOOM! Studios, but other popular properties from the Disney catalog from Darkwing Duck to Mickey Mouse will stay put for now as Publisher Ross Richie explains.
From the creators who have worked with him across his careers to the competing executives who welcome him into their ranks, the comics industry responds to Axel Alonso's ascension to Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics.
Stan Lee and BOOM! Studios' Ross Richie and Mark Waid discussed the three new superhero comic series coming from BOOM! and Lee's POW! Entertainment during a packed NYCC panel.
With the launch of their new "Prove Bill Wrong!" campaign, Ross Richie and BOOM! Studios hope to inspire retailers to push the growing company into the direct market's top five publisher rankings before the end of 2010.