Publishers Bring Old Comic Characters to Life in Paperback

December 2003
Book Publishing Report;12/15/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 48, p6
Trade Publication
Points out that graphic book publishers such as Miamisburg, Ohio-based Checker Book Publishing and DC Comics are bringing old comics back to life in paperbacks. Goal of Checker Book to return high-quality comics series to print; Licensing deal with Paramount Pictures Corp. to reprint the original "Star Trek" comics in a series of trade paperbacks beginning in March 2004.


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