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New Youngblood Publisher Trolls Rob Liefeld on Twitter, Wants to Make Him Famous
Andrew Rev's Terrific Production LLC recently acquired the rights to Youngblood, a matter which Youngblood creator Rob Liefeld was not pleased with Since then, Rev has been working to recruit comic book writers and artists to Terrific Production, and he's apparently shooting for the stars On the Terrific Production twitter account, Rev put out a[...]
New Youngblood Publisher Offers to Develop Ryan Stegman If He Can Draw Sequentials
Terrific Production LLC, the new owner of Youngblood run by controversial comics mogul Andrew Rev, is looking for new talent for their upcoming line of comics Bleeding Cool previously reported on Terrific's acquisition of Youngblood from a business partner of creator Rob Liefeld, who is not happy with the development and has cut off involvement[...]
New Youngblood Publisher Trolls Rob Liefeld on Twitter, Wants to Make Him Famous
Less than a week ago, Bleeding Cool reported that elusive comic book publisher Andrew Rev had purchased the rights to Rob Liefeld's Youngblood from a business partner of Liefeld's, prompting Liefeld to split with the property and to write: So, I currently have questionable access to Youngblood characters, characters I created and shepherded for nearly 3[...]
Rob Liefeld on Andrew Rev, the New Owner Of Youngblood
We've been looking for Andrew Rev for a couple of decades now In 1990, the owners of eighties indie comics publisher Comico sold the company to financier Andrew Rev, who let go the staff and began working on relaunching the company He eventually lost the rights to Matt Wagner's Grendel, a fight that tied Grendel up[...]
SCOOP: The Return Of The Elementals From Dynamite Entertainment
A dark superhero story, it was very much a precursor, in audience at least, for the success of Miracleman, Watchmen, Dark Knight, The One and more. It ran for years,m and was the thing Willingham was best known for until the success of Fables. The series was bought by Comico publisher Andrew Rev, who of late seemed[...]
The Return  Of Comico? But What Of The Elementals?
Comico was a comics publisher in Pennsylvania that, through the nineties, published books such as Robotech, Jonny Quest, Mage: The Hero Discovered, Elementals and Grendel before it went bankrupt in 1990. The publisher was sold to one Andrew Rev who started publishing colour comics under the name, including The Elementals, until 1997 with the final issue of the Elementals Vol 2 Sex[...]