Line (comics)

line is a concept in western comic books which denotes a specific couple of publications by a publisher. Sometimes Taking place in a separate continuity or more lose continuity (Such As Vertigo by DC Comics ) or exploring a kind of subject matter and genre qui gold the publisher does not want to Involve In Their hand deductible or so called “universe”. [1] Often lines which explores more “realistic” or “dark” subject matters are published under these subprints (such as Ultimate Marvel or MAX by Marvel Comics) to distinguish it from their main superhero lines. Sometimes a line can be published under an imprint (such as The Punisher MAX line which is not in the most Marvel Max titles). A line can consist of several different titles, one-shots, annuals, limited series, one-shots, annuals, specials or trades, and many others are advertised and marketed as part of the line. [2] So called crossover events are often followed by a line of tie-in comics to the miniseries event from other unrelated tiles to connect them.

Dark Horse Comics HAS Several lines qui Focuses on Their licensed movie properties Such As Alien , Predator and Star Wars . The Aliens line consists of limited series, one-shots and graphic novels to the publishers wish to allow artistic freedom. Dark Horse’s Star Wars line was closed in 2014 due to Disney moving their Star Wars comics to Marvel. [3] [4] Dark Horse also publishes a line of comics that are creator owned by Karen Berger . [5] [6] [7] [8] [9][10] Most companies have several simultaneous running lines. [11] [12] [13] [14] [15]


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