Aimed at all ages, Uglydoll: My Hero? is available in print and digital versions. The digital version is available in the U.S. and Canada through the Perfect Square App, as well as for Nook, Kindle Fire, and Kobo eReaders. It can also be found in the iBooks and Google Play stores.
Uglydoll has released a new line including several new products. Uglydoll has partnered with companies, such as Viz Media, DC Superheroes, and Universal Monsters, to assist in different product categories.
Uglydoll has partnered with Viz Media on a comic book series to include four volume series releases with Volume 1 Goin Places and Volume 2 SHHHHHHHH! already released and Volume 3 and Volume 4 following next year.
Collaborations with DC Superheroes and Universal Monsters have been released with Universal Monsters being featured during New York Comic Con. This will continue the plush toy line. The new plush Uglydolls being released are Mathlete Babo, Tae Kwon Wage, and Heavy Lifter Ice-Bat. Also, the themed dolls that love to eat are Ox with Pizza, Ice-Bat with Ice cream, Jeero with Pretzel.
Viz Media LLC launched the Uglydoll original graphic novel series, Uglydoll: Goin’ Places! on July 2. In the series, readers will go on a journey through Uglyverse, a place where ugly means celebrating uniqueness, and is considered to be the new beautiful. Uglydoll Comics are rated A for all ages.
The Uglydoll graphic novel series features stories written by Travis Nichols, art by Uglydoll co-creators Sun-Min Kim and David Horvath, Ian McGinty, and Phillip C. Jacobson. Each volume features special guest artists, including Eisner-winner James Kochalka, Eisner-nominee Jacob Chabot, Peter Fowler, Junko Mizuno, Mike L.E. Kelly and Bwana Spoons, among others.
Viz Media, LLC, distributor and licensor of anime and manga in North America, will release a pair of new graphic novels featuring characters from the Mr. Men and Little Miss series of children’s books. Titled Mr. Bump: Light, Camera, Bump! and Little Miss Sunshine: Here Comes the Sun!, the two novels debuted earlier this week.
In Mr. Bump: Light, Camera, Bump!, Mr. Bump gets trapped in his TV and tries to find his way home. On the journey, he stops at an array of channels and partakes in some crazy adventures. In Little Miss Sunshine: Here Comes the Sun, Little Miss Sunshine takes a musical tour through Dillydale and shows off her many skills. Both books are rated “A for all ages” and can be purchased for $6.99 in the U.S.
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