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BOOM! Studios staff and creators discussed why they do what they do, sincerely believing "the best comics have yet to be published."
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.
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.
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.
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.
Archaia E-i-C Stephen Christy spills on the recently announced upcoming anthology "BleedOut" featuring a plethora of creative talent that explores the consequences found in eliminating an everyday commodity.
Archaia Comics announced the release of the second volume of the popular all ages series during CCI and Editor-in-Chief Stephen Christy spoke with CBR about all the fun and friendly stories yet to come.
Archaia and the Jim Henson Company unite to tell a never-before-seen story written over 40 years ago by Jim Henson himself. We spoke with Lisa Henson and Stephen Christy about the book.