Posts Tagged ‘Boom! Studios’
Over the Garden Wall

“Over the Garden Wall” on DVD September 8, 2015; Comic Mini-Series in August; “For Sara” Cassette in September

by Ed Liuon August 24, 2015
Cartoon Network Brings Fans Even More Over the Garden Wall All-New DVD Loaded with Bonus Features, Four-Issue Comic Series from BOOM! Studios and Limited-Edition Cassette from Mondo Available this Fall Cartoon Network’s first miniseries Over the Garden Wall charmed audiences during its network run in November 2014, and this fall, fans can go even deeper […]

Boom! Studios Signs TV Deal With Fox

by Alex Beanon August 21, 2014
Comic book publisher Boom! Studios – whose comic book or graphic novel roster includes Farscape, Hellraiser and Warhammer – has signed a deal with Fox television for future broadcast and cable projects. Boom! Studios currently has 29 original series which they expect to expand to 35 in 2015. Source: Deadline Hollywood


Cartoon Network Comics Go Boom!

by Ed Liuon March 11, 2014
Boom! Studios has announced an exclusive first-look deal for comics based on Cartoon Network original TV series. The publishing house has already launched comics based on Adventure Time and Regular Show, with Steven Universe comics expected some time this year. The new deal between Boom! and Cartoon Network Enterprises gives Boom! the first option to […]

BOOM! Studios Announces “Steven Universe” Tie-in Comic

by Ed Liuon October 30, 2013
BOOM! Studios has announced a tie-in comic to Steven Universe, the new animated series set to premiere on Cartoon Network on November 4, 2013. A special 4-page preview to the Steven Universe comic book is available in the Adventure Time: 2013 Spoooktacular #1, available now in comic book shops everywhere. The comic story is written […]


Boom! Goes The Merger…

by Alex Beanon July 2, 2013
In a merging of independent comic minds, Boom! Studios has enveloped Archaia and the two will be as one from this point onward. The marriage of the comic minds will make Archaia titles an imprint of Boom! Studios. Archaia is perhaps most noted for “Mouse Guard” and Jim Henson’s “A Tale of Sand” while Boom! […]