Dark Horse, Platinum Working Deals
February 17, 2001
The European comic syndicate Strip Art Features (SAF) is working with Dark Horse in order to get SAF properties exposure in the U.S.
Million Dollar Restoration!
February 6, 2001
Pioneer Entertainment is spending over a million dollars to restore and digitally master Katsuhiro Otomo's anime masterpiece Akira.
2001 Movies with Merchandising Potential
May 1, 2001
Here's a list of what appear to be, at this moment, the best merchandising opportunities among 2001 movie releases.
Old School Material, Format Finds Fans
April 30, 2001
Two new Dark Horse manga trade paperback series are showing surprising strength in formats closer to their Japanese counterparts than to their first American editions.
March 23, 2001
Dark Horse Comics has quietly reduced its staff by about ten percent over the last sixty days.
World According to Griepp--August, 2000
August 14, 2000
Japanese properties are booming--with a major impact on U.S. pop culture.
Can Tie-ins Rebound from a Down Year?
February 8, 2001
Whatever the labor situation in Hollywood, it should be an interesting year in the theatres where an unusually heavy diet of sequels and remakes will be enlivened (we hope) by some great directors.
Back on Fox Weekday Line-up
January 23, 2001
The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot animated series based on the Dark Horse Comic by Frank Miller and Geoff Darrow is returning to the Fox Kids weekday lineup starting on Monday, January, 29 th at 3:30 pm where it will be followed by Action Man and Digimon.
'Anti-Star Trek' Could Replace X-Files
December 18, 2001
Today's Variety reports that Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel , has just signed a deal with the Fox network for 13 episodes of Firefly , a new science fiction series conceived by Whedon.