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Comics Factory (Russian: Фабрика комиксов, Fabrika komiksov) is a comics imprint of major Russian book publisher AST.[2] It serves as a translator and the licensor of European graphic novels, Japanese manga, manhwa, Taiwan and Hongkong manhua, Original English-language manga.[3] It also released Russian-language manga of Russian and Ukrainian authors, i.e. Almanac of Russian Manga (MNG).[4][5] Comics Factory is a part of Publishers Association of Russia (ASKI). It was founded in 2006 by publisher Feodor Yeremeev, translator Igor Bogdanov and film director Pavel Braila. Its headquarters are located in Yekaterinburg, Moscow and Vladivostok.

Comics Factory is known for publishing horror comics and highly controversial titles, such as Suehiro Maruo's ero guro manga Shōjo Tsubaki (aka Mr. Arashi's Amazing Freak Show) and Lunatic Lover’s.[6]




  • Demon Diary
  • In Dream World (Hangul: 인드림월드) by Yoon Jae Ho
  • Evil'S Return by Jong Kyu-Lee, Hwan Shin
  • Moon Boy
  • Memory of the Mask (Hangul: 가면의 기억) by Jeong Han Kim
  • Model
  • Heroes Lore. Wind of Soltia by Won-sik Yoon
  • Jack Frost
  • The Tarot Café
  • The Legend of Maian
  • War Angels by Jae-Hwan Kim
  • The Flower of Evil by Lee Hyeon-sook
  • Zero
  • Tokebi World by Lee Young-you & So Hee Park
  • Faeries' Landing
  • One Fine Day by Sirial
  • Witch Hunter
  • Aflame Inferno (Hangul: 불꽃의 인페르노) by Lim Dall-young anf Kim Kwang Hyun
  • Raiders (Hangul: 레이더스) by JinJun Park
  • Unbalance x Unbalance
  • June the Little Queen
  • One by Vin Lee
  • Redrum 327 (Hangul: 레드럼 327) by Ko Ya-seong


  • Divine Melody


  1. "Федор Еремеев, екатеринбургский книгоиздатель, директор издательства "Фабрика комиксов"" (in Russian). Yekaterinburg Online. May 25, 2010. Retrieved 15 September 2010. 
  2. "Comic book Crime and Punishment will be published in Yekaterinburg" (in Russian). February 27, 2010. Retrieved 5 September 2010. 
  3. Kunin, A (2009). "Комикс-индустрия: чёрные пятна и белые дыры" [Comics industry: black spots and white holes] (in Russian). Chedrik Chronicles. Retrieved 16 June 2010. [dead link]
  4. "Русские манга-комиксы появятся в Екатеринбурге осенью" (in Russian). Mach 18, 2008. Retrieved 15 September 2010.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  5. "License in Russia: Comics Factory publishing company" (in Russian). AniMag magazine. May 2009. Retrieved 15 September 2010. 
  6. Krymov, Arseny (November 2009). "Рецензия на книгу: Суэхиро Маруо «Приют влюблённого психопата» (ужасы, эротика)" (in Russian). Mir Fantastiki. Retrieved 15 September 2010. 

External links

ru:Фабрика комиксов