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Ross Richie

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Name  Ross Richie
Role  Film producer

Movies  2 Guns

Education  University of Texas at Austin
Similar People  Andrew Cosby, Steven Grant, George Furla, Randall Emmett, Marc E Platt

Organizations founded  Boom! Studios

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Ross Richie (born May 22, 1970) is an American comic book publisher and the founder of Boom! Studios, film producer, television producer and comic book creator. Richie has written guest columns for The Hollywood Reporter been a Keynote Speaker for The Harvey Awards and a judge for the "Spirit of Comics Retailer" Eisner Award. The New York Times profiled Richie and his company Boom! Studios twice. 20th Century Fox production president Emma Watts called Richie's company "a publishing powerhouse devoted to original, innovative storytelling and world-class artists" and named it an "IP mega-library". The Wall Street Journal cited the Boom! Studios movie Richie produced, 2 Guns starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg, a "successful adaptation' and featured Boom! Studios in their article on the 2016 San Diego Comic Con International. Richie is a five-time publisher of New York Times best-sellers Mouse Guard the Adventure Time graphic novels Lumberjanes, Clive Barker's Hellraiser graphic novels and Irredeemable.


Early life

Richie was born in San Antonio, Texas and is a graduate of Alamo Heights High School and The University of Texas at Austin.

Malibu Comics

From 1993 to 1995 Richie worked in the marketing department at Malibu Comics during the launch of their Ultraverse and Bravura lines, which included a national TV advertising campaign and national bus advertising, both firsts in the world of comic book marketing.

List of Boom! Studios films Richie is producing

Lumberjanes. James Wan's comic book series Malignant Man Grant Morrison's Klaus Keith Giffen's Tag

List of Boom! Studios TV shows Richie is producing

Arash Amel's Butterfly Cow Boy Justin Jordan series Deep State and Gary Phillips series The Rinse

Atomeka Press

Immediately prior to BOOM!, Richie worked with Dave Elliott and Garry Leach to re-launch Atomeka Press in 2004.

BOOM! Studios

In June 2005, Richie launched BOOM! Studios, which became known for comics based on franchises like Pixar, Muppets, Warhammer 40,000 and original series such as Irredeemable and Higher Earth.

Television Appearances

Richie was featured on the August 28, 2012 episode of Collection Intervention "Thinking Outside the Boxes" on SyFy.


Ross Richie Wikipedia

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