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Dabel Brothers release NEW SPRING info

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The Dabel Brothers have released information for subscribers about their plans for the remaining NEW SPRING comic books:


Dabel Brothers Productions Announces Plan for New Spring Subscribers


Dabel Brothers Productions (“DB Proâ€) announced today that all persons having a subscription for Robert Jordan’s New Spring comic from Red Eagle Entertainment will soon be receiving the final three issues of the series from DB Pro at no charge.


New Spring tells the story of the search for the infant Dragon Reborn and of the adventures of Moiraine Damodred, a young Aes Sedai, and Lan Mandragoran, the uncrowned king of a long-dead nation. In 2005 and 2006, five of a planned total of eight issues of the New Spring comic were produced by DB Pro and published by Red Eagle Entertainment. In a press release made in February of 2009, DB Pro announced that it will be publishing the final three issues of New Spring in 2009, beginning with issue #6 in April, 2009, and with issues 7 and 8 shipping on a monthly basis thereafter. Red Eagle Entertainment has provided DB Pro with its master subscriber list, and DB Pro has attempted to contact all of these persons through the e-mail address that was used to originally sign up for the New Spring comic.


Because many of these subscribers have since relocated or changed their e-mail addresses since purchasing their subscriptions from Red Eagle Entertainment, any persons who have not been contacted by DB Pro about New Spring, or who have changed their postal address since registering with Red Eagle Entertainment, should immediately contact DB Pro at
in order to ensure the timely delivery of their final issues of the New Spring comic.


“With the help and support of Red Eagle Entertainment and Harriet Rigney we are very happy to publish the long-awaited final issues in the New Spring comic series,†said Les Dabel, Vice President of DB Pro. “We wish DB Pro great success in the completion of the New Spring comic and in their future work adapting Robert Jordan’s much-beloved series The Wheel of Time to the visual medium of comics and graphic novels,†said Larry Mondragon, Executive Vice President of Red Eagle Entertainment.



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