Dark Horse Comics has signed a sales, marketing, and distribution agreement with Sequential Pulp Comics, an imprint of ReelArt Studios. Dark Horse Deluxe has been distributing ReelArt studios’ collectible statues. Now ReelArt has moved into publishing through the same relationship. The company will be focusing on transitioning well known pulp properties into comics.
ReelArt Studios’ president Michael Hudson will serve as the imprint’s publisher. Longtime comics writer and editor, Christopher Mills will serve as editor-in-chief. Fredric Brown’s Martians Go Home and Otis Adelbert Kline’s Swords of Venus will be the imprint’s first two releases and will feature the talents of creators including Bruce Jones, Martin Powell, Mike Manley, Eduardo Barreto, Bret Blevins and Thomas Yeates.
“Aside from the very few big names such as Doc Savage, The Shadow, Conan and Tarzan I’ve just never understood why so many of these, in my opinion, wonderfully exciting tales have never been transitioned into comics,” ReelArt president Michael Hudson said.
The company is accepting submissions, and will be exhibiting at New York Comicon booth #828, adjacent to Dark Horse Comics.
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