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Hachette Launches DC Comics Collections With Neil Gaiman, Alan Moore
So it was a surprise when their major competition in this market Hachette ran listings for their own line of DC Comics collections Had they beaten Eaglemoss to the license? It seems not Somehow both companies will be publishing DC collections for the partwork market I am not sure how the DC COmics licensor manages[...]
ben schwartz
Based on the upcoming illustrated guide to millennial dating by Schwartz and Moses titled Things You Should Know About Dating, You F*cking Idiot, the project is part of a first-look deal that Gary Sanchez Productions has with CBS TV Studios. Set for release by Hachette Book Group in Fall 2017, Things You Should Know About Dating, You F*cking[...]
Steve White Has Left Titan Comics For Hachette
Instead, Steve White has left his publisher of thirteen years standing and taken a senior editor position at book publisher Hachette in North London, working on their partwork section… Which, yes, means reprints of Marvel Comics again, but this time in hardcover – and plenty more besides, including the recent How To Draw The Marvel Way series[...]
The Complete History Of Doctor Who Comes To The USA In Hardcover
 Hachette are one of the many popular partwork publishers in the UK, whereby a volume is published, in chapters, serialised and sold in newsagents Most familiar to Brits for the ads in January, with the lines "part two free with part one, a binder free with part one" or somesuch, they grew to accommodate "free"[...]
Horror, Netflix, Kirby, Omnibuses And More From Marvel For 2015
With the release of the Hachette Books distributor catalogue (embedded below) there are plenty more Marvel plans for 2015 available to see We've talked about Deadpool Vs Thanos, Secret Wars and Star Wars but that's just the start. Marvel increase their Netflix-related books with titles aimed at viewers of AKA Jessica Jones and the twelve issue Luke[...]
Hachette Launches 'Draw The Marvel Way' Partwork, Aims At Women As Well
Eaglemoss and Hachette have also taken this to comic books, with the lead statue,  chess pieces and mini-hardcover comics being popular examples, and selling them for the first time into the comic store marketplace. Indeed, Eaglemoss' foray into the USA direct market with the Marvel and DC figures was so popular that it spawned other lines[...]
Amazon And Hachette Fishing For Marvel In 2015
From Amazon, Hachette and others, a few discoveries for upcoming Marvel collections. We already mentioned Fantastic Fourever of course… The Marvel Masterworks: Not Brand Echh Volume 1 will be made available separately from the big box, out in June 2015. Skrulls Must Die!: The Complete Skrull Kill Krew collecting the Morrison/Millar/Yeowell Skrull Kill Krew series as well as the more recent[...]
Judge Dredd Goes Partwork
Hachette began to produce Marvel hardcover graphic novels as part of a line that is still going – especially since due to licensing deals they don't have to pay any creator royalties The partwork had found a new business model. Well, now it's time for a British comics character to seize a bit of that action[...]
X-Men Days Of Future Past Caught In The Crossfire Of Amazon War
On Friday, the New York Times reported that Amazon "is marking many books published by Hachette Book Group as not available for at least two or three weeks" and that, A Hachette spokeswoman said on Thursday that the publisher was striving to keep Amazon supplied but that the Internet giant was delaying shipments "for reasons of[...]
Hachette Launches A New Marvel Graphic Novel Partwork For 2013
As the Eaglesmoss Marvel Classic Figurine Collection comes to an end, painted lead figures with a magazine about the character, Hachette seem to be taking the magazine and merging it with their existing Marvel graphic novel partwork, The Ultimate Graphic Novel Collection This takes classic Marvel stories and publishes them in hardback format every two[...]
Hachette Releases Marvel Catalogue For The End Of 2012
Hachette have released their Marvel catalogue from September to December, listing a number of new books, and details on projects Marvel is yet to announce Tom Huxley took a ride through and picked out some of the following; You know what they say Wait a year and a half for the first Journey Into Mystery paperback,[...]
Who Will Create The Spider-Man Movie Adaptation???
  The Hachette Marvel catalogue for May to August 2012 has been published with plenty of interesting titbits You'll all have your own favourites. Mine I think however is the Marvel Comics adaptation of the new Amazing Spider-Man movie for June Which has the honour of collecting the so-far-unsolicited Amazing Spider-Man: The Movie #1-4, written[...]