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Checker lands books rights to Alan Moore’s ‘Supreme’, ‘Youngblood’ runs.

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Checker lands books rights to Alan Moore’s ‘Supreme’, ‘Youngblood’ runs.

Press Release

Rob Liefeld, former head of Awesome Entertainment and Maximum
Press, has sold the book rights to Alan Moore-scripted runs of the titles Supreme and Youngblood in a three-book deal with independent graphic novel house Checker Book Publishing Group. Checker has scheduled the first collection under the new agreement, Supreme: The Story of the Year (ISBN 0-9710249-5-2, $26.95 paperback), for November publication – featuring a cover painted by Alex Ross.

Moore, widely acknowledged among the finest comics writers of his (or any) generation, took over the writing duties on Supreme with its 41st issue in 1996, lending it his creative magic and immediately turning it into an award-winning fan favorite. The Story of the Year is notable for its clever use of perfectly rendered flashback homages to comics eras past.

“We’re extremely pleased to be putting our imprint on the work of Alan
Moore,” said Checker publisher Mark Thompson. “We were overjoyed to publish Clive Barker, Neil Gaiman and Chuck Dixon already, and this just rounds out a tremendous first year for Checker.”

Checker Book Publishing Group specializes in the publication of graphic
novels with dual appeal to the comicbook direct and booktrade markets.
Checker pursues book rights to comics material previously unpublished,
underpublished, or out-of-print in book form, and empahasizes titles by
renowned fiction and comics writers with first-rate illustration, in
established categories like horror and science fiction. The company is
located in Dayton, Ohio.

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