The Tale of the Princess Kaguya by James Huggins

There have been lots of stories circulating about whether Studio Ghibli is going to continue making films or not so it's a joy to see their latest release going down a storm. It's both refreshing and brave to see them try a very different visual style which is at the same time a departure from their usual look and from the animated film industry on the whole. Anyway, enough talk, just watch the trailer.

Fairy tales, monsters and a load of rubbish by James Huggins

It's fair to say that we have been quiet on the blog front lately. But that doesn't mean we haven't been busy! We're working on a steadily growing slate of new concepts that will be coming to life in various forms including digital, publishing and TV in the near, and not so near future.

We thought it might be nice to share a small selection of these projects. These are at various stages of development but we're not really the secretive types so here we are! We'll keep sharing news and visual eye candy as it comes in.

Doodle Jump comics now available in Me Books! by James Huggins

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As part of our continuing partnership with the utterly brilliant comic book publisher Dynamite we're thrilled to be launching the new Doodle Jump comics on our Me Books platform.

Based on the hugely successful app of the same name, our jump-inclined hero 'Doodler' has landed on a mysterious wintry world — and an inhospitable one, at that! Can he dodge killer penguins and weather the storm? Find out in this charming first issue, written by Meredith Gran (Adventure Time: Marceline and the Scream Queens) with fantastic art by Steve Uy (Avengers Initiative, JSA Classified).

Check out the Doodle Jump comic on Me Books