The Sunday Comics Unites Global Talent
Creators from LOST, How To Train Your Dragon, Minions, Disney, Nintendo, Doctor Who, Batman, and Garfield join The Sunday Comics - NEW YORK (November 24, 2015)
Golden Bell Entertainment announced today that they will launch their first collaborative arts project called The Sunday Comics. The start of this endeavor begins with The Sunday Comics, a monthly 15’’ by 22’’ inch newspaper publication. The publication includes over 300 artists with hundreds of pages of full color content. The Sunday Comics officially launched on Kickstarter on November 24, 2015 with astounding success, the goal was surpassed by 300% on the first day.
Where The Sunday Comics truly shines is in its partnerships with creators throughout the entertainment industry. With writer of “LOST” and “Batman: The Animated Series” Paul Dini, Oscar Nominated animator and Cannes Grand Prize Winner Bill Plympton, Eisner Award Winner Bill Sienkiewicz, Glenn McCoy storyboard artist for “Minions”, Director of the Netflix series “Dragons” John Sanford, Storyboard artist of “Doctor Who” Mike Collins, and Director of “The Book of Life” Jorge Gutierrez, The Sunday Comics plans to empower creators through a unique, new platform to showcase innovative stories in a well known, timeless format.
GROUNDBREAKING COLLABORATION WITH THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY’S BILLY IRELAND CARTOON LIBRARY & MUSEUM AND VARIOUS SYNDICATES
Additionally, Golden Bell is working with The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum to bring original copies of comic strips such as Little Nemo in Slumberland, the Passing Show, and many more back to their original format. The Sunday Comics will also be collaborating with various syndicates to bring classic titles such as Garfield, Peanuts, Dennis the Menace, Archie, Tarzan, Dick Tracy, Prince Valiant, Rugrats, and many others back to their original publication platform. The Sunday Comics sees itself as a hub for cutting-edge comic ideas and intends to honor the rich history of comic books by merging what’s become entirely separate industries back to one.
ACCLAIMED CREATORS FROM EVERY INCH OF THE GLOBE AND UNPARALLELED LICENSING AGREEMENTS WITH GARFIELD AND NINTENDO’S DONKEY KONG ARTISTS
Golden Bell Entertainment has received the rights from Jim Davis and Paws, Inc. to create original Garfield comics, which has never been done before. Additionally, Playtonic Games, creators of Banjo-Kazooie, has given Golden Bell Entertainment the rights to create the official companion to their game. The “Yooka-Laylee” comics will debut in The Sunday Comics.
The Sunday Comics plans to empower creators through a unique new platform to showcase innovative stories all under one publication. All of the amazing artists are working hand-in-hand with The Sunday Comics to express themselves in a way never seen before in the industry. Bringing people from across the globe together and creating new stories in a different medium has proved to attract household creator names to new and upcoming talent.
To follow The Sunday Comics on their Kickstarter please visit them at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/831309281/thesundaycomics to order today!
ABOUT GOLDEN BELL ENTERTAINMENT
Golden Bell Entertainment was formed with the hope of merging new and classic content to create timeless experiences for consumers of entertainment. With The Sunday Comics and Saturday Morning Cartoons, Golden Bell illustrates a passion for various mediums and a dream to jumpstart the nostalgia of a time gone by. The Sunday Comics merges an age old medium of newspaper strips by fusing it with serialized storytelling of the modern comic age. While The Sunday Comics houses over 300 creators, Saturday Morning Cartoons strives to inspire audiences with humorous, emotional, and story driven animations created in house and in collaboration. Golden Bell Entertainment was formed by Marc Goldner, Rachel Korsen, and Rob Gross. For more information please contact Marc Goldner at 516-984-1466 or email at Marc@GoldenBell.TV, or visit the webpage at www.goldenbell.tv to learn more about them.
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