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  • In May 1997, soon after forming Platinum Studios, Rosenberg licensed to / based on film and comic treatments, storylines, artwork and an iconic of a cowboy on horseback shooting at an oncoming spaceship. The one sheet when on to become the graphic novel cover, and the graphic novel has appeared on the New York Times Bestseller List fourteen times for both hardcover and softcover. Platinum Studios Comics published the graphic novel in various formats between mid-2006 through 2012:

    All the same, Cook showed serious resilience and a willingness to make fun of himself, while also landing some blows of his own, when he appeared on , Louis C.K.'s fantastic FX comedy. During his appearance he airs his grievances with the comedy world, noting that in 2006 he had the first-ever double-platinum comedy album, was featured on the cover of and had a huge HBO special.

  • Platinum Studios Comics are distributed both online and in print. Online releases start before in-store print release. In addition, some Platinum Studios Comics titles are developed for film, television, and other media such as app games for mobile devices.

    Platinum Studios Comics' first print project was the original graphic novel, created by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, written by and , and illustrated by and .

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    The serious international study of comic strips & books and their creators published before the mid-1930s going back into the 1600s and beyond. It appears most modern comic strip roads actually lead back to Rodolphe Töpffer in the 1820s-1840s and most definitely not The Yellow Kid, which was not the first comic strip, merely the first Comics Super Star in America. We are re-writing the comic strip history books here, folks. All concepts welcomed.

    Pictured to the right is a first printing of the very first comic book printed in America, Brother Jonathan Extra # IX, "The Adventures of Obadiah Oldbuck", Sept 14, 1842, Wilson & Co., NYC; originally by Rodolphe Töpffer who published his first version in Geneva Switzerland in 1827 utilizing then new technology we now call "paper transfer lithograhy."

    "Pirate" Paris printings began by 1833 and soon became very popular.

    The first English translation was published in 1841 by Tilt & Bogue, London, financed in part by George Cruickshank. Those London printing plates were then shipped over to America, where Wilson & Co, under the direction of B. H Day, founder of the first successful penny newspaper in America in 1833, The New York Sun, began publishing Brother Jonathan "Extra" editions, circa 1841 with this being the 9th one. It is very rare with only a handful of first printings known to exist. Obadiah Oldbuck was continuously in print in America from 1842 through as late as 1904, according to research discovered in The New York Times of that year.

    All list members are encouraged to search through the archives of over 13,000 posts of cutting edge comics history archeology. You will be glad you did.

     

    With all of the parking options close by, you can keep an eye on your car during your visit. The whole family will have fun at Platinum Comics, so pick up a hobby and get to shopping.

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The 2007 judge’s panel consisted of regular , producer , and Platinum Studios Chairman . The 2007 winner was 's , which was published as an original graphic novel by Platinum Studios Comics in 2008. Although actor was announced as a judge for the 2008 Comic Book Challenge, the event was discontinued after 2007.