Worlds of Comics
Created in 1992 by comics super star Rob Liefeld (Deadpool) as part of a comic book revolution and featuring the work of creators like Alan Moore, Jeph Loeb, Jo Duffy, and others. Their first comic was picked up by Platinum Studios CEO Scott Mitchell Rosenberg and quickly hit #1 on the sales charts.
The Macroverse stretches from decillions of Big Bangs and Big Crunches ago, across multiple universes and dimensions, and into the future. In between each Big Bang and Big Crunch, is a brand new universe and multiple dimensions.
Platinum Studios Comics is a comic book-based entertainment company, controlling a large independent library of comic book characters, which it develops for film, entertainment, games, merchandise, and other media. Scott Mitchell Rosenberg is the Chairman and CEO of Platinum Studios. He is a fourteen-time New York Times Best Seller with productions that include the number one box office film, “Cowboys & Aliens”, starring Star Wars’ Harrison Ford (“Star Wars”, “Indiana Jones”) and “James Bond” lead, Daniel Craig. Platinum Studios’ library includes characters that have appeared worldwide in both millions of comic books and broadcast television, film, games, the internet, and more.
Platinum Studios Comic Book Entertainment Company
Platinum Studios harnesses the creative power of their extensive comic book library and adapts them for film, television, and other media. Scott Mitchell Rosenberg established Platinum Studios in 1997 following a successful, high-profile career as the founder of Malibu Comics. Malibu Comics was the leading independent comic book company that he sold to Marvel Comics in 1994, then becoming the second highest-ranking executive at Marvel. Malibu Comics has since been acquired by The Walt Disney Company.
Platinum Studios has released films and television programming with Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks Pictures, MGM Television, Showtime, and Lionsgate, and has developed film or television with others, including Disney, Time-Warner’s New Line Films, 20th Century Fox, and Sony Pictures Entertainment. Thus far, Platinum Studios, whose comic book library contains other international comic characters as well, is the only company to produce an English language live-action dramatic TV series based on a French or Belgian comic book. Jeremiah, a 35-hour story, told in its entirety, has been on Showtime, Syfy Channel and broadcast television, and aired worldwide. The $150 million dollar production of Cowboys & Aliens, also executive produced by Steven Spielberg is based on characters from the Platinum Studios library.
From the creator to the consumer, the vision of Scott Rosenberg and the Platinum Studios team has given them the opportunity to develop the business model of the future. Properties are developed simultaneously for multiple distribution models to maximize profitability, visibility, and availability for everyone involved. Scott Rosenberg can also often be seen perusing the 1000 page plus comic character bible he created that starts before the Big Bang and spans 14 billion years and multiple dimensions!