The publisher of 2000AD has begun to roll out new social media focus pages for its All Ages titles such as 2000AD Regened and Monster Fun.
A spokesperson for Rebellion Publishing told downthetubes that this initiative is not a new brand or imprint. They hope its “Rebellion Children’s” page, now live on Facebook, with a Twitter and Instagram presence to follow, will better connect and reach parents and the intended audience for their All Ages books and publications.
Rebellion Children’s aims to bring new focus to the company’s Children’s and All Ages Books, including 2000AD Regened, and its now monthly humour comic Monster Fun.
An AmazonUK search – a process that sometimes returns odd results – reveals a mix of titles categorised with a “Rebellion Children’s” description, such as the upcoming Dice Man and Finn: Origins collections, along with the upcoming 2000AD Regened Volume 5, Spider’s Syndicate of Crime vs. The Crook From Space, Soccer Diaries Book 1, and Classic Gums, and the recently released Pandora Perfect.
Rebellion publishes books and comics under different imprints, including 2000AD, the Treasury of British Comics, Abbadon Books, and its SF books line, Solaris Books.
The company’s Roy of the Rovers titles, both fiction books and new graphic novels, have also had a strong separate identity and web presence.
• Follow Rebellion Children’s on Facebook
• Rebellion Publishing is online at rebellionpublishing.com
With thanks to Lew Stringer and Rebellion
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Loved “Roy of the Rovers”. I also remember a comic called The Topper. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/33/Topper_No1.jpg I still occasional buy the Commando comics https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Commando_(comics) a great way to keep my inner child happy.