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Former IDW Editor-In-Chief Chris Ryall Moving To Robert Kirkman's IP Farm Skybound

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LOLtron

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Postby LOLtron » Thu Apr 12, 2018 4:27 pm

Former IDW Editor-In-Chief Chris Ryall Moving To Robert Kirkman's IP Farm Skybound

He's reportedly bringing his own tractor and cattle brand.



Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Former IDW Publishing Editor-In-Chief Chris Ryall is trading in his Uggs for cowboy boots as he makes the move from sunny San Diego to south central California to work on Robert Kirkman's IP farm Skybound Entertainment

Ryall will work alongside Senior VP and Editor-In-Chief Sean Mackiewicz to expand the amount of prospective movie pitches masked as comic books. Current Skybound projects adapted or to be adapted into TV shows or movies include The Walking Dead, Fear The Walking Dead, Outcast, Thief Of ThievesBirthrightKill The Minotaur, and Invincible.

In an EXXXCLUSIVE statement to The Outhouse, Ryall said, "It's great to move from the number five publisher to the number three publisher. I can't wait to make some new movie deals. I mean, comic books. Yeah, comic books."



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Dr. Hackenbush

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Postby Dr. Hackenbush » Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:39 am

Yeah, we get it. It´s so funny. Every publisher who ever made a movie deal is an IP farm, it doesn´t matter if their books are good, how dare they try to profit even more from it?

Actually, Chris Ryall was such an important part of IDW, there might be a story here, behind the snark, but why bother, right?
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HNutz

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Postby HNutz » Wed Apr 18, 2018 11:57 pm

Dr. Hackenbush wrote:Yeah, we get it. It´s so funny. Every publisher who ever made a movie deal is an IP farm, it doesn´t matter if their books are good, how dare they try to profit even more from it?

Actually, Chris Ryall was such an important part of IDW, there might be a story here, behind the snark, but why bother, right?


Damn good point.

It's getting hard to remember, but they used to have snark AND news in these articles.

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