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On The Shelf: THE JIM HENSON COMPANY RENEWS LICENSING AGREEMENTS WITH @BOOMSTUDIOS

The Jim Henson Company, an innovative leader in family entertainment for over 60 years, has signed a new five-year agreement with graphic novel and comic book publisher BOOM! 716 more words

The Jim Henson Company Renews Licensing Agreements with BOOM! Studios

The Jim Henson Company has signed a new five-year agreement with graphic novel and comic book publisher BOOM! Studios to develop and publish at least seventeen new titles for its beloved classic brands, … 97 more words

Comics

McFarlane Toys to Produce Figures from Classic Films Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal

The Jim Henson Company has partnered with McFarlane Toys, which will harken back to its roots of “Movie Maniacs” to create figures of classic characters from two of Henson’s most well-known features… 318 more words

Solicits

Netflix Opens New DARK CRYSTAL

By Tom Holste

May 18, 2017

The Jim Henson Company has been trying to follow up on their cult classic, the 1982 fantasy film The Dark Crystal… 274 more words

Movies

Netflix Announces Dark Crystal Original Series

Netflix has recently announced that they will be streaming an original series based on The Dark Crystal franchise. The series will be titled “, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance,”  35 more words

Hero Club

On The Shelf: @BoomStudios Preview of ‘THE POWER OF THE DARK CRYSTAL’

Archaia, an award-winning imprint of publisher BOOM! Studios, and The Jim Henson Company, an established leader in family entertainment for over 60 years, are excited to announce… 509 more words

Jim Henson Company Developing Movie Based on Terry Pratchett's 'Wee Free Men'

The Jim Henson Company is developing a movie based on Terry Pratchett’s fantasy novel “The Wee Free Men.”

The film adaption will be written by his daughter Rhianna Pratchett, best known for writing videogames such as the reboot of “Tomb Raider,” “Heavenly Sword” and “Overlord.” She is co-director of independent production company Narrativia. 159 more words

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