November 21, 2022, Miami – Mad Cave Studios is pleased to announce that it will add Lunar Distribution to its network of distribution to comic book stores. Starting now, Mad Cave Studios comics and graphic novels are available to order with Lunar Distribution.
“Lunar Distribution has shown Mad Cave Studios a tangible excitement in regard to the comic book market. Lunar’s focus on providing amazing customer service to retailers and Publishers alike, aligns perfectly with Mad Cave’s goals moving forward. Mad Cave is thrilled to be
partnering with Lunar, a company that fought through adversity to shock the world, just like us,” said Christopher Fernandez, Publisher of Mad Cave Studios.
With plans to expand its slate into 2023 and beyond, Mad Cave will join Lunar with Mark London’s newest title Hunt. Kill. Repeat. #1 (March 2023) alongside the first issue from the new Nottingham Anthology, recently announced at NYCC:
● Hunt. Kill. Repeat #1 (Publishing March 2023) – 1222MA301
● Nottingham Anthology #1 – 1222MA306
Mad Cave will also continue the acclaimed series below with Lunar:
● Dahlia in the Dark #3 (Publishing February 2023) – 1222MA299
● Nature’s Labyrinth #4 (Publishing February 2023) – 1222MA305
● Battlecats Legacy #5 – 1222MA303
● The Tiger’s Tongue Vol. 1 – 1222MA307
“We are very excited to add Mad Cave to the Lunar family. They have shown tremendous growth and an eye for reaching a new type of reader,” said Lunar Distribution co-founder Christina Merkler. “We look forward to partnering with them to provide content to retailers that
consumers are craving and to grow the overall readership in the direct market.”
Mad Cave will continue to work with Diamond for the direct market, and Simon and Schuster for bookstores.
With an exciting 2023 planned– including the expansion of its YA imprint Maverick and the continued adoption of its recently-acquired young readers imprint Papercutz– Mad Cave could not be more excited to join Lunar Distribution. “Lunar Distribution represents another step in Mad Cave’s evolution to become a full-service publisher, catering to all markets,” said Mark Irwin, Mad Cave Senior Vice President.