Now part of HarperCollins UK, could we be seeing a expansion in comics and magazines from Egmont Publishing?
Comics creators and other comic publishers should get involved in Egmont Publishing’s campaign calling for daily storytime to be made a statutory part of the school curriculum
Egmont Publishing has partnered with MGA Entertainment to launch a new children’s magazine, Poopsie Slime Surprise, on sale in UK newsagents from tomorrow, Wednesday 23rd October, aimed at readers aged six to nine
Egmont Publishing‘s latest issue of Showcase magazine, on sale now, is a special based on the popular Nick Jr. television series, Nella the Princess Knight. Nella is an eight-year old picture-perfect princess, but that’s only part of her story. She’s… Read More ›
Egmont Publishing has announced that it will be publishing a special edition of its umbrella title, Showcase, dedicated to the Nickelodeon pre-school property, Top Wing. Egmont currently publish magazines on two further Nickelodeon pre-school properties, Shimmer & Shine and pre-school… Read More ›
Egmont Publishing has plenty to celebrate as its market-leading magazine, Disney Princess, has remained a top ten children’s title since launching in 1998 and has thrived in the changing and often challenging retail landscape of the past 21 years.
The UK’s biggest specialist children’s publisher, Egmont Publishing, is celebrating the 30th birthday of Thomas & Friends magazine with licensing partner Mattel. The title is based on the popular railway stories by Reverend Wilbert Awdry (who I met as a youngster… Read More ›
Egmont Publishing recently launched a new magazine inspired by the Disney Channel’s original movie, Descendants, coinciding with the release of the follow up, Descendants 2, released on 20th October. The original movie, which has a huge fan base, followed the story of… Read More ›
Egmont will launch a new Teletubbies magazine next month, building on the popularity of the rebooted pre-school programme, which airs on BBC’s CBeebies channel at 7.00am daily. Teletubbies first hit screens in 1997, and the show follows the four colourful main… Read More ›
(Updated 28th July 2016, new imagery added): Comics news site Multiversity Comics has delivered the news that Hook Jaw – the giant killer shark first brought to life in the pages of 1970s comic Action by Pat Mills, Ken Armstrong and Ramon… Read More ›