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Yen Press' Kurt Hassler tells CBR News how his company landed the American publication rights to Disney's manga, which is based on a Marvel property.
Though a release date has not been set, Yen Press has acquired the rights to translate and publish the manga based on Disney's upcoming animated film.
But the retail giant doubles down on Hachette's Yen Press imprint! Retailers ordered 4.65 million comics for FCBD! Interviews with Jack Elrod, Kate Leth, Daniel Clowes!
Retail giant accused of suppressing sales of Hachette titles! "The Amazing Spider-Man" #1 sets dollar record! An intro to DRM-free digital comics! Plus more!
The definitive obituary for indie publisher PictureBox! Yen Press shuttering digital magazine "Yen Plus"! Comics fan selling collection to benefit victims of Typhoon Haiyan!
Yen Press acquires "Kingdom Hearts" license! Robert Kirkman profiled! Creators talk about the future of comics! Papercutz to publish "Ninjago", "Geronimo Stilton" and "Annoying Orange" GNs! Plus more!
Manga sales may be down, but there were plenty of manga fans at New York Comic Con, and publishers announced some interesting new initiatives including day-and-date releases with Japan.
Yen Press has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of the graphic novel adaptation for James Patterson's "Zoo," featuring artwork by Andy MacDonald. The graphic novel hits stores November 20.
Yen Press has announced two new installments in the record-shattering adaptations of Stephenie Meyer's"Twilight" graphic novels: "New Moon" and an omnibus collector's edition of "Twilight."
In part two of our chat on the state of manga, Yen Press' Kurt Hassler discusses the reasoning behind moving the publisher's "Yen Plus" magazine online and gives an in depth rundown on their upcoming titles.
With the comic version of Stephanie Meyers' vampire saga a sales hit, we spoke with Yen's Kurt Hassler about the state of manga, challenges of pleasing Twihards and the book's lettering debate.
EW.com has confirmed that Yen Press will be publishing "Twilight" in graphic-novel form. Author Stephenie Meyer is said to be overseeing the project, with artwork by Young Kim.