Official Press Release
Los Angeles March 4th, 2002 Humanoids Publishing¹s new website went live
today at: www.humanoids-publishing.com This site is a re-imagined website
offering several new features including animations, discussion boards, and
updated release schedules.
“This is a really important step for us”, said Ian Sattler, Marketing
Manager for Humanoids. “This site is an avenue for fans to not only have a
chance to get updated on our books, but communicate with us as well. For new
fans, the website is a great way to be introduced to our publications.
Personally, I¹m really looking forward to the future of the site, in terms
of expanding it over time to include as many cool bells and whistles as
possible. We¹ll always be trying to do something exciting, from contests to
exclusive sneak previews of artwork. It¹s going to be a lot of fun.”
In addition to release schedules, back catalogue information, and discussion
boards, www.humanoids-publishing.com also features news updates and links to
flash animations. The flash animations are of special note as they are for
two of Humanoids¹ more popular series, The Metabarons, and From Cloud 99.
Also included are art submission guidelines and contact information for the
Humanoids has also created a special section for retailers on
www.humanoids-publishing.com , where they can register to receive updates on
special ordering incentives and releases.
“We are dedicated to keeping this website updated and relevant”, said Dave
Olbrich, Publishing Director for Humanoids. “Not only does that provide more
value for fans, but it helps us in terms of information gathering and
promotions. I hope that we can also use the site to increase our contact
with retailers as well.”
Humanoids Publishing is a division of The Humanoids Group, with offices in
Paris, Brussels, Saigon, Geneva and Los Angeles. The Humanoids Group is a
multi-faceted conglomerate headed by Chairman Fabrice Giger. Humanoids
features subsidiaries that include an internationally renowned graphic
novel/comic book publishing house, a 3-D animation and visual effects
studio, an animation software development company and an entity currently
developing interactive, role-playing computer games.