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Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2006-04-30 20:59:07 CoreyB Name Crossgen Comics CrossGen Comics
2006-04-30 20:59:07 CoreyB Notes CrossGen was founded in 1998 by Mark Alessi, as an answer to the problems in the comic industry at that time. Rather than the male-dominated super-hero genre which dominated at the time, CrossGen branched out into a wide variety of genres. CrossGen innovated, and grew at a phenomenal rate. In 2003, a scandal involving freelancer payments blew up, nearly destroying CrossGen. By 2004, the company had filed for bankruptcy. In November of 2004 the Walt Disney Corp purchased the rights to most of CrossGen. CrossGen was founded in 1998 by Mark Alessi, as an answer to the problems in the comic industry at that time. Rather than typical the male-dominated super-hero genre most publishers relied on, CrossGen branched out into a wide variety of genres. CrossGen innovated and grew at a phenomenal rate. In 2003, a scandal involving freelancer payments blew up, nearly destroying CrossGen. By 2004, the company had filed for bankruptcy. In November of 2004 the Walt Disney Corp purchased the rights to most of CrossGen.
2006-04-23 22:00:44 Darth Kramer Notes CrossGen was founded in 1998 by Mark Alessi, as an answer to the problems in the comic industry at that time. Rather than the male-dominated super-hero dominate at the time, CrossGen branched out into a wide variety of genres. CrossGen innovated, and grew at a phenominal rate. In 2003, a scandal involving freelancer payments blew up, nearly destroying CrossGen. By 2004, the company was in bankruptcy. In November of 2004 the Walt Disney Corp purchased the rights to most of CrossGen. CrossGen was founded in 1998 by Mark Alessi, as an answer to the problems in the comic industry at that time. Rather than the male-dominated super-hero genre which dominated at the time, CrossGen branched out into a wide variety of genres. CrossGen innovated, and grew at a phenomenal rate. In 2003, a scandal involving freelancer payments blew up, nearly destroying CrossGen. By 2004, the company had filed for bankruptcy. In November of 2004 the Walt Disney Corp purchased the rights to most of CrossGen.


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