A year ago, two major events happened in the world of comics -– it was dubbed The 10 Days That Shook the World. On August 29, 2009 it was announced that Marvel was being acquired by Disney. A few short days later on September 9, DC Comics became DC Entertainment. It was also announced that Paul Levitz -– who had been at DC for some 37 years — would be stepping down. The world held its breath to see what would happen next. There were big changes brewing at the big two. How would Disney and Warner Bros. change the face of comic book publishing as we know it?
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Another tweak in the ongoing book distribution shifting: Cartoon Books, Jeff Smith’s company and publisher of the 1 Volume BONE and RASL books, is moving from Diamond Book Distributors to PGW.
The move affects only Cartoon Books’ returnable sales — direct sales will continue to be offered through Diamond Distribution.
Recently out from cartoon Books: RASL POCKET EDITION #1, collecting issues 1-7 of the story of a dimension-jumping art thief. Good reading.