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Dabel Bros. Titles Go Dynamite

Dabel Brothers Productions have had the publication rights to their current titles—including George R.R. Martin’s Wild Cards: The Hard Call penned by Daniel Abraham, Jim Bucher’s Dresden Files, and more—acquird by Dynamite Entertainment. Commentary on the press release (below) can be found at

Publishers Weekly‘s The Beat blog and Bleeding Cool.

We’ll be trying to get information on what this means for the as-yet-unpublished final issue of The Hard Call.

Dynamite Entertainment announced today that they have signed a comprehensive agreement with Dabel Brothers Publishing to transition all of their titles to the Dynamite brand.


“Fool Moon” promo art and “Mercy Thompson” #4 Dynamite will immediately assume creative development, production, printing, marketing and sales for all titles handled by Dabel Brothers Publishing. This includes books that were in the works and projects not yet announced. For the bookstore market, all graphic novels (unless pre-existing agreements prohibit from doing so) will be published by Dynamite and distributed through Diamond Book Distributors.

“Dynamite has impressed us with their ability to market their titles to such a broad audience,” says Vice President, Les Dabel. “We are extremely happy about this transition, and I am stepping back now to let Dynamite do what they do best.”

“We look forward to working with all of the distinguished authors on their great works and helping to bring them to a larger audience,” stated Dynamite President, Nick Barrucci.

Founded in 2004, Dynamite Entertainment is home to several best-selling comic book titles and properties, including Red Sonja, Project Superpowers, The Boys, Army of Darkness, Battlestar Galactica, The Lone Ranger, Zorro and more. Diamond awarded the company a “GEM” award for Best New Publisher in 2005 and another “GEM” in 2006 for Comics Publisher of the Year (under 5%). Dynamite has also been nominated for several industry awards, including the prestigious “Eisner” Award, and consistently works with top flight and fan favorite creative talent such as Alex Ross, John Cassaday, Garth Ennis, Jim Lee, Michael Avon Oeming, Matt Wagner and many others.

The first books will be shipping in April 2010, with subsequent titles shipping thereafter.

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