Muppet Comic Mondays: Sesame Street #1

┬áSesame Street Comic Book #1 James Gannon – In the fall of 2011, Ape Entertainment announced it had acquired the license for a Sesame Street comic book series. After BOOM!’s spectacular job with The Muppet Show and Muppet Classics, and Archaia’s wonderful Fraggle Rock comics, it’s great that the last of the major Muppet franchises…

News Update: January 21, 2013

NEWS UPDATE: January 21, 2013 ESPN’s SportsCenter has a brand new cafeteria chef who seems to get along famously with hockey player Henrik Lundqvist. Check out the video below for a fantastic example of Disney cross-promotion: Ricky Gervais, confirmed human star of the next Muppet movie (tentatively titled The Muppets… Again), has been making interview…

The Return/Beginnings of Muppet/Sesame Comic Books

James Gannon – It’s been a couple weeks of inexplicable Muppet Comics news. That’s a phrase I haven’t been able to say in a while. Last year, BOOM! Studios’ Muppet license (soon followed by the rest of the Disney licenses) expired, just before the final arc was ready for publication. Roger Langridge, the writer/artist for…

News Update: April 12, 2012

NEWS UPDATE: April 12, 2012 Exciting news came from the likes of Ape Entertainment late last week when they announced that their line of comic books starring the Sesame Street characters would soon be coming to stores. USA Today broke the exciting story of how, for the first time, fans will be able to bring…