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Nov 25th, 2011, 1:21 pm
Image Ballantine Books

    Ballantine Books was established in 1952 by the legendary paperback pioneers Ian and Betty Ballantine. Today, Ballantine is one of America's largest publishers of hardcover, trade paperback and mass market paperback books -- spanning a remarkably wide variety of subjects.

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Image Alias Enterprises

    Alias Enterprises is a United States publishing company. Their main divisions are Alias Comics (all-ages comic books) and Cross Culture (Christian comic books). Based in San Diego, California, it was founded in January 2005 by Brett Burner and Mike S. Miller. They publish comics such as Lullaby, The 10th Muse, The Legend of Isis, and Sixgun Samurai.

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Image Evil Twin Comics

    Evil Twin Comics is a small comic book publisher in Brooklyn. The company was founded in late 2004 when comic book creators Ryan Dunlavey and Fred Van Lente received a grant from the Xeric Foundation to publish the comic book series Action Philosophers. Dunlavey had previously used the name Evil Twin for a Daily Orange comic strip, a minicomic series and his personal website. A second series, Comic Book Comics began publication in 2008 and presents the history of the comic book industry.

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Image Rosen Publishing group.

    The Rosen Publishing Group's PowerKids Press proudly provides high-quality nonfiction guidance and curriculum-based books for children. Our curriculum-based titles support assessment in the areas of history, social studies, science, and cultural diversity. We also offer books that supplement the subjects teens are learning in the classroom, such as the Holocaust, science-ethics issues, and epidemics throughout history.

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Image BurlyMan Entertainment

    BurlyMan Entertainment is a comic book company created by Andy and Larry Wachowski, best known as the writer/director duo behind the Matrix Trilogy.

    BurlyMan Entertainment first started as the publisher for the Matrix Comics series started by the Wachowski Brothers, which was published into two separate volumes. Burlyman Entertainment also published some new, non-Matrix related comics: Shaolin Cowboy, written and drawn by comic book artist Geoff Darrow, who also served as the conceptual designer for the Matrix Trilogy, and Doc Frankenstein, written by the Wachowski Brothers and drawn by Steve Skroce, the storyboard artist for the Matrix Trilogy, and previously worked with the brothers on the comic book series, Ectokid.

    Since the start of the company, the release of the two ongoing series were irregular, with a professed bi-monthly release schedule that has yet to be fulfilled. As of April 2010, it has been years since a new issue for either series has been released or since the website has been updated. This has led to speculation that the company has become officially defunct.

    Among its canceled projects, the first volume of "The Matrix Comics" featured an advertisement for "The Art of The Matrix Reloaded and Revolutions", a book which has yet to be published. There have also been rumors of an "Art of the Animatrix" book.

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Image NBM Publishing

    NBM Publishing (aka Nantier Beall Minoustchine Publishing Inc.) is an American publisher of graphic novels. The company specializes in non-superhero comic genres and has translated and published over 150 graphic novels from Europe and Canada, as well as several works by Americans. It publishes materials for all ages, and also publishes erotic materials under its Eurotica and Amerotica lines.

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Image Chaos! Comics

    Chaos! Comics was a comic book publisher that operated from 1994 until 2002.

    Their titles included Lady Death, Purgatori, Evil Ernie, Chastity, Jade, Omen, Bad Kitty, Cremator, Lady Demon, and Smiley The Psychotic Button.

    They also published licensed comics for the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and several bands.

    Chaos Comics filed bankruptcy in 2002 with all characters (save Lady Death) being sold off to Tales of Wonder. Prior to the bankruptcy, rights to Lady Death were sold to Crossgen Comics; prior to Crossgen's bankruptcy those rights were then sold to Brian Pulido & Avatar Press.

    Tales of Wonder later licensed their Chaos properties to Devil's Due Publishing, making them essentially a DDP imprint. Under this arrangement, Chaos produced a new monthly series of Purgatori & (limited series) of Evil Ernie with a Chastity book that was scheduled for eventual release.[citation needed] However, Devil's Due cancelled the new titles due to low sales,[citation needed] moving the Chaos properties back to limbo.

    Dynamite Entertainment has acquired all of the Chaos Comics library and intellectual property assets except Lady Death.

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Image Arcana Studio

    Arcana Studio is a Canadian comic book publisher and art studio founded by former Coquitlam, British Columbia school teacher Sean O'Reilly in 2004.

    Arcana's titles include Kade, Ezra, 100 Girls and El Arsenal. Arcana has been a sponsor for Free Comic Book Day since 2004. Arcana Studios has appeared at Elfsar Comics on Free Comic Book Day as well as Golden Apple Comics. In four short years they have become Canada's top publisher with over one hundred properties to their credit. Arcana has been named one of the Top 25 fastest growing companies.

    Arcana Art Studio is currently working for Disney as an official vendor, Ubisoft, HBO and developed Dragon's Lair, ReBoot, Se7en and Final Destination for comic books. Arcana has also signed a publishing deal with Simon Shuster for 100 Girls and a coproduction deal with Amberwood Animation on Ralph Filmore for an animated television series. Arcana has also gained Acquisition of Devil's Due projects.

    In July, 2008 Arcana announced that telefilm Canada has provided funding for an animated film for their title Clockwork Girl. Clockwork Girl was the first release from Arcana’s all ages division, Arcana Kids.[1]

    At the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con Arcana Comics announced that it will be bringing back The Greatest American Hero in comic book form.

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Image Sea Lion Books

    Sea Lion Books is quickly becoming one of the leading publishers of fantasy, science-fiction, paranormal and young adult trade-paperbacks, hardcovers and graphic novels in the industry.

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Image Scholastic

    Scholastic is the largest publisher and distributor of children's books and related products to home and school. Scholastic's Children's Book Publishing and Distribution business is comprised of Trade, school-based Book Fairs and Book Clubs, as well as Spanish Publishing and Distribution.

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Image Papercutz

    Papercutz, a new graphic novel publishing company for tweens 8-14, launched in the Spring of 2005 with the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew. With writers Scott Lobdell and Stefan Petrucha, and artists such as Lulu Award winner Lea Hernandez and Sho Murase on board, these classic characters are poised to make an impact in the exploding graphic novel market. "With the years of experience we have in graphic novels, I don't think anyone can accuse us of hopping on the bandwagon," founder and president Terry Nantier says. Nantier is a thirty year veteran of the comics industry and noted pioneer of the graphic novel form in the U.S. "We're focusing on the tween market with Papercutz. This is truly a huge market. As you know, Nancy Drew was recently given a big relaunch by Simon & Schuster, with the introduction of an all-new Nancy Drew series, bringing the original girl detective into our modern world. It's a major success - with the first book landing on the New York Times best-seller list."

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Image Andrews McMeel Publishing

    Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC (formerly Andrews, McMeel and Parker (1975–1986) and Andrews and McMeel (1986–1997)) is a company which publishes books, calendars, and related toys. It is a part of Andrews McMeel Universal, as is the Universal Press Syndicate.

    Notable authors and titles published by Andrews McMeel include Mary Engelbreit, Anne Geddes, Bradley Trevor Greive, Olivia and Becky Kelly.

    Andrews McMeel is the general publisher of books of comic strips produced by Universal Press Syndicate including Calvin and Hobbes and FoxTrot. However, the company also produces book collections for some comic strips which are owned by other syndicates, for example Get Fuzzy and Pearls Before Swine.

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Image Anarchy Studios

    Anarchy Studios is a comic book publisher - no further information found at moment of posting.

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Image Victor Gollancz Ltd

    Victor Gollancz Ltd was a major British book publishing house of the twentieth century. It was founded in 1927 by Victor Gollancz (1893–1967) and specialised in the publication of high quality literature, nonfiction and popular fiction, including science fiction. Upon Gollancz's death in 1967, ownership passed to his daughter, Livia who sold it to Houghton Mifflin in 1989. Three years later, in October 1992, Houghton Mifflin sold Gollancz to the publishing house Cassell & Co. In December 1998 the Orion Publishing Group acquired Cassell & Co and turned Gollancz into its science fiction/fantasy imprint.

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Image 3BoysProductions

    Producers of short films and documentaries.

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