Comic Watch: Borders Bankruptcy Brings Down Tokyopop as Dark Horse Makes Cuts
- Dark Horse Marks 15 Years. Brownstein, Charles // Publishers Weekly;12/24/2001, Vol. 248 Issue 52, p28
Reports on the celebration of the 15th year anniversary of comics publisher Dark Horse in 2002. Top titles it produced; Accomplishments during 2001; Graphic novels to be released in 2002.
- Dark Horse Comics' Book Activities To Triple, Manga To Expand. // Book Publishing Report;1/9/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p2
The article reports on the rise of title outputs of Dark Horse Comics Inc. of Milwaukee, Oregon. The prose imprints by DH Press has increased its releases in 2006. The press company was founded in 2004 with only one release while in 2006 it is planned to release 185 total releases. On the other...
- Darkhorse Comics. Donaruma, James // 21st Century;Jan93, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p27
The article profiles the Darkhorse Comic Co. in the U.S. It has been printing comics for only five years but Darkhorse already established as a popular publishing company. Titles such as "Aliens," "Predator," "Terminator," "Robocop," and original stories like Nextmen and Concrete have kept the...
- Manga in English: Born in the USA. Cha, Kai-Ming; Reid, Calvin // Publishers Weekly;10/17/2005, Vol. 252 Issue 41, p30
This article focuses on the publication of original English-language manga comics books created by non-Japanese artists in the U.S. Viz Media and Dark Horse pioneered the publishing of manga for U.S. audiences in the early 1980s. But Tokyopop is responsible for the popularity of publishing manga...
- Asian Comics Delight U.S. Readers. Reid, Calvin // Publishers Weekly;12/23/2002, Vol. 249 Issue 51, p26
Focuses on the success of Asian comics in the U.S. in 2002. Details on the domination of manga releases in the graphic novels market; Result of the popularity of manga to Japanese publishing and entertainment firms in the U.S. market; Manga series released by Tokyopop in 2002.
- Turning Comics Into Prose. Wolk, Douglas // Publishers Weekly;12/20/2004, Vol. 251 Issue 51, p20
Reports on the focus of comics publishers on prose fiction, alongside the rise of graphic novels. Prose fiction publications planned by DC Comics for 2005; Easy transition of comics readers from comics to novels; Launch of Marvel Comics of its Marvel Press prose imprint in 2004; Publication of...
- Dark Horse Comics Turns 25. Kit, Borys; Beane, Gretchen // Hollywood Reporter;7/20/2011 Supplement, Issue 24, p40
The article reports that the independent comic books publishing house Dark Horse Comics Inc. was completed its 25 years and informs on various motion pictures based on its comics including "Dr. Giggles," "The Mask" "Hellboy," and "300".
- Mini-Mania. // License!;Nov2003, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p9
Features Dark Horse Comics' mini-comic key chain. Released date; Characters featured in mini-comic key chains; Size of the mini-comic.
- New Kids' Comics From Disney. Wolk, Douglas // Publishers Weekly;10/20/2003, Vol. 250 Issue 42, p85
Presents information on the graphic novels of Disney Publishing Worldwide. Target market of the graphic novels; Relationship of Disney Publishing with Asian publisher Tokyopop; Details of the "Disney Adventures" magazine.