Comics News Archives: Page 3

This is page 3 of the comics news archives.

Special Operation Forces Become Comic Book Superheroes (February 27, 2002): Specwar, a new action comic book, self-published by a retired Navy SEAL and based on real world special operations similar to those currently being conducted around the globe, is about to debut.

Showtime Targets Comic Book and SF Fans For Jeremiah Series (February 27, 2002): To appeal to comic book and sf enthusiasts, Showtime Networks Inc.

Uclick To Provide Comics For Knight Ridder Digital (February 7, 2002): Knight Ridder Digital, the online subsidiary of Knight Ridder and founder/operator of the Real Cities Network, and Uclick, a division of Andrews McMeel Universal, announced a strategic agreement whereby Uclick will manage branded comic and puzzle content for Knight Ridder Digital's Real Cities local media network of websites.

DC Comics Publishes Frank Miller's Batman Sequel (December 7, 2001): The Dark Knight Strikes Again, a sequel to the Batman comics written and drawn by Frank Miller, is now available in stores and has already broken sales records for the comic book industry, said DC Comics Executive Vice President and Publisher Paul Levitz. and Marvel Launch MarvelOnline ISP (November 28, 2000): iConnect.

Dimension Films Acquires Rights to Marvel's Ghost Rider (August 30, 2000): Dimension Films has acquired the rights to Ghost Rider, an action-filled adventure based on the popular Marvel Comics superhero, it was announced by company co-chairman Bob Weinstein.

Marvel Enterprises Appoints Bill Jemas President of Publishing & New Media (February 18, 2000): Marvel Enterprises, Inc. Announces Licensing Deal with Marvel Comics (September 17, 1999): NextPlanetOver.

Universal Pictures and Dark Horse Comics Unveil Mystery Men Comic Book (July 1, 1999): Universal Pictures and Dark Horse Comics have unveiled their first installment of Volume Zero, a brand new comic book based on the comedy film Mystery Men, in advance of the July 30 opening of the film.

The AnimeOnline Network Adds New Domains (March 18, 1999): The AnimeOnline Network, currently serving the anime (also known as Japanese Animation) fan community via five domains of anime related information and services, announced plans to add five additional domains of original creations.

Infinite Ventures Unveils Raven Comic (March 12, 1999): This weekend Infinite Ventures, Inc.

Marvel Enterprises Appoints Winston Fowlkes as Publisher of Marvel Comics (February 8, 1999): Marvel Enterprises, Inc.

Website Provides Free Comic Book Gallery (February 5, 1999): Comicseries Online, an online publishing company, has announced an introductory gallery of free comic books on the web.

Superhero Creator Launches Stan Lee Media Inc. (January 19, 1999): Stan Lee, whose classic superhero creations, The Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk and Silver Surfer have entertained three generations of fans, has formed a new company, Stan Lee Media Inc.

DC Comics Super Heroes Team Up with Kraft Macaroni & Cheese (January 6, 1998): DC Comics and Kraft Foods Inc.

Alt-n Premieres New Animated Graphic Novel (June 5, 1997): Alt-n, an on-line entertainment network, has premiered the first issue of BRAVO, a new comic book from comics company ARComics, Inc.