Mad Cave Studios, known for publishing comic books such as the fantasy series ‘Battlecats,’ medieval noir ‘Nottingham,’ and cyberpunk adventure ‘RV9,’ has signed on with Echo Lake Entertainment to represent their IPs for film and television deals.
This deal will not only encompass their comic book franchises but also their young adult imprint Maverick, which includes such titles as the romantic comedy ‘Needle and Thread.’
Echo Lake Entertainment Head of Management said in a press release, “With a deep bench of high-quality stories across many genres, Mark and the team at Mad Cave have put together an impressive organization.” He added, “We are excited to represent them as they create great material for years to come, and we look forward to helping them bring these stories to life in film and TV.”
Mark London, CEO of Mad Cave, echoed those sentiments.
“For Mad Cave, it’s an honor to be collaborating with Echo Lake Entertainment,” he said. “Now, our diverse portfolio of over 30 properties will have an experienced and knowledgeable team to support and drive their growth into television, film, and animation. Thanks to the increase in streaming platforms and the world’s insatiable desire for entertainment, we can think of no better partner than Echo Lake to help Mad Cave properties transcend into new forms of media.”
He elaborated further on Twitter.
Today is an amazing day for (Mad Cave Studios) and the whole team,” London tweeted. “A million thanks to all our fans and supporters. This couldn’t have happened without you. Epic things are coming, folks. Stay tuned.”
Today is an amazing day for @MadCaveStudios and the whole team. A million thanks to all our fans and supporters. This couldn't have happened without you. Epic things are coming, folks. Stay tuned. https://t.co/KddG6BMfzs pic.twitter.com/sUiaCBFfVE
— Mark London (@MarkLondonMCS) April 20, 2021
Mark London founded Mad Cave Studios in 2014, saying that the indie comic publisher is “driven by madness and committed to quality.” Their imprint Maverick claims to “be an authentic and inspiring universal story of personal struggle where anyone can find themselves within the pages.”
Echo Lake Entertainment co-produces such television shows as Hulu’s ‘The Great’ starring Elle Fanning and Netflix’s ‘All The Bright Places’ starring Justice Smith.