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Image Arrow Comics

    Arrow Comics was one of the original independent publishers of black-and-white comics in the mid 1980s, starting out in Ypsilanti, Michigan by founders Ralph Griffith and Stuart Kerr.

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Image Caliber Comics

    Caliber Comics or Caliber Press was an American comic book publisher founded in 1989 by Gary Reed. Featuring primarily creator-owned comics, in the next decade Caliber published over 1300 comics and ranked as one of the America's leading independent publishers. Caliber ceased publishing in 2000.

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Image Cliffhanger

    Cliffhanger was an imprint of Wildstorm, publishing creator-owned comic books. It was founded in 1998 by Joe Madureira, J. Scott Campbell and Humberto Ramos, when Wildstorm was still part of Image Comics (the studio has since been sold to DC Comics).

    The imprint ended in summer of 2004 when it was merged with Homage Comics line to form the Wildstorm Signature Series.

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Image Kodansha

    Kodansha is Japan's largest publisher, with its headquarters in Tokyo. Originally established in 1909 by Seiji Noma, the company is still a family-run business. Under the current leadership of Yoshinobu Noma, succeding company president Sawako Noma, Kodansha continues to play a dominant role in the media world, producing books and magazines in a wide variety of genres including literature, fiction, nonfiction, children's, business, lifestyle, art, manga, fashion, and journalism. Recently, the company has ventured into digital distribution of content as well.

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Image Shadowline

    Shadowline is a partner studio of Image Comics established by Image co-founder Jim Valentino. The name is an homage to Valentino's character, ShadowHawk.
    Shadowline was officially created in December 1992 when the logo first appeared on the inside front cover of Jim Valentino's ShadowHawk #3. The first book to sport the logo on its cover was Shadowline Special #1 (October, 1994).

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Image Valiant Comics

    Valiant Comics is a comic book imprint published by various publishers since its inception with Voyager Communications, Inc. in 1989, later Acclaim Comics, Inc. Its assets were purchased from the bankruptcy of Acclaim Entertaintment (Acclaim Comics' parent company) by Valiant Entertainment, Inc. in 2007.

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Image Forlaget Carlsen A/S

    Children's books, quality picture books, illustrated non-fiction and encyclopedias for children-mass market paper-backs, board books, comic albums for all age groups.

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Image Plume

    Plume is a publishing company in the United States, founded in 1970 as the trade paperback imprint of New American Library. Today it is a division of Penguin Group, with a backlist of approximately 700 titles.

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Image Atlas

    A little history - - the Marvel Comics you maniacs know and love wasn’t always named as such. When Stan Lee’s uncle, Martin Goodman, founded the company in the 30s, it was called Timely Comics. In the 50s, it became Atlas Comics before finally settling on Marvel in the 60s. Goodman sold the company in ’68 and then officially exited as publisher in ’72. Two years later he revived the Atlas brand (as I suppose it was a separate trademark?) and put out a slew of books like THE SCORPION, PLANET OF THE VAMPIRES and the aforementioned PHOENIX and GRIM GHOST with talents like Neal Adams, Howard Chaykin, Steve Ditko and many others.

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Image Doubleday Graphic Novels

    Launched in the fall of 2002, the Doubleday Graphic Novels series offers a multi-faceted reading experience, moving away from the traditional printed page to a world of powerful words and pictures. While they're graphic in form and pleasing to the eye, they still contain all the elements of traditional novels--sophisticated plotting and character development, intrigue, satire, suspense, and humor. These are visually dynamic works that make for terrific reading.

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Image Kult creations

    Kult Creations publications is an independant comics publisher.

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Image Silver Dragon Publishing

    Back in 2004 Silver Dragon Publishing jumped on the publishing scene, mixing a violent blend of horror, poetry and anger together the company was founded by KJ Abyzz as he started off using the company as his own way of releasing his anger from his every day life and turning into a poetic horror.

    Although with many newly developed publishing companies are usually embraced, Silver Dragon Publishing wasn't it was feared as nobody seemed to like or embrace what KJ was doing they all thought that he was just some psychotic with a pen. Whenever he wrote he always talked aboug going to the "aslyum". But the asylum wasn't an actual insane aslyum that many thought but in fact a space in his brain that he kept all the dark and twisted thoughts that would later come out as poetic horror.

    In 2006 the roster of Silver Dragon Publishing expanded as KJ met Angel C who also had a troubled past and would develop a relationship with KJ. When the two wrote there sick and twisted minds became one. It definately seemed like a match made in hell.

    2011 - Silver Dragon Publishing joined the likes of many on the site known as SmashWords and took all the singles that they had previously released and combined them into one release to mark the first release on the site the release was called "Stabbed In The Back"

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Image Abstract Studio

    The publishing company for the artist and writer Terry Moore that allows him to independently publish his comic books.

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Image Riverhead Books

    Riverhead Books is a division of Penguin Group (USA).

    Notable books and major bestsellers published by Riverhead include Journals by Kurt Cobain; The Art of Happiness by His Holiness the Dalai Lama; The Color of Water by James McBride and others.

    Riverhead was founded in 1994 by Susan Petersen Kennedy (now President and Publisher of Penguin Group (USA)). Riverhead had an early focus on Buddhism and spirituality and literary fiction by young ethnic writers. In 2003, Julie Grau and Celina Spiegel, two of Riverhead's original editors, became co-publishers of Riverhead; they left the company in 2005 to form Spiegel & Grau, a division of Doubleday.

    The current Publisher of Riverhead is Geoffrey Kloske. According to the Penguin Group (USA) website, Becky Saletan is Editorial Director, Sarah McGrath and Jake Morrissey are Executive Editors, and Megan Lynch in Senior Editor of Riverhead Books.

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Image Red Anvil Comics

    Red Anvil Comics is a publisher owned by New Jersey-based cartoonist and illustrator Dave Ryan.

    Red Anvil Comics has published the following series:

    • Penance
    • War of the Independents

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