Ross Richie is an American comic book publisher, the founder of Boom! Studios, film producer, television producer, and comic book creator. The New York Times has profiled Richie and his company twice. 20th Century Fox production president Emma Watts called Richie’s company “a publishing powerhouse devoted to original, innovative storytelling and world-class artists” and named it an “IP mega-library”. The Wall Street Journal cited the Boom! Studios movie Richie produced, “2 Guns” starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg, a “successful adaptation’ and featured Boom! Studios in their article on the 2016 San Diego Comic Con International.] Richie is a five-time publisher of New York Times best-sellers Mouse Guard the Adventure Time graphic novels, Lumberjanes, Clive Barker’s Hellraiser graphic novels and Irredeemable.