SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 15, 2015 — Hiveworks, the fastest-expanding web publisher specializing in comics with a monthly reach of 13 million users and a growth this year of 30%, teams up with “sidekick-for-hire” Breadpig, strategist for Alan Tudyk's Con Man series, Ryan North's To Be or Not to Be, and of Zach Weinersmith and Boulet's Augie and the Green Knight.
The team-up will capitalize on Hiveworks' recent growth, with Breadpig aiding in the development of new talent, manufacturing partnerships, and media distribution plans.
This partnership will advance Hiveworks’ commitment to offering the best comics to their readers and services to their creators, and allow the company to tap into new markets. Breadpig will also be offering discounted services to all Hiveworks artists seeking direct individualized assistance.
“We are very excited about this partnership, and about working closely with the team at Breadpig, especially George Rohac, who has been a great friend and valued adviser for a long time,” Hiveworks Co-CEO Isabelle Melançon said. “I can’t think of a better person to help us reach our goals.”
"Hiveworks has proven itself to be one of the best and most trustworthy partners of comics," CEO of Breadpig George Rohac said, "Working together we'll help push more creators to better and better qualities of life from their own work."
Breadpig, founded in 2005, is a "sidekick-for-hire" providing assistiance with the development, production, manufacture, and fulfillment of comics, games, animation, and film. Hiveworks was founded in 2011, home of Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, Blindsprings, Stand Still Stay Silent, and is the most trafficked source for online comics.