2004 was a huge year of expansion for Devil's Due Publishing, and the year the company began re-publishing its own comics, as well as once again offering creative services to clients in the pop-culture space.
From 2005 to 2007 Devil's Due Publishing continued to expand its library of licensed comics, as well as experimenting with other creations. By now Hollywood was firmly communicating with Josh Blaylock, and by the end of 2007 many deals
were in place for film development.
This was also a time of huge growth, seeing many new faces enter the company as it became a much larger machine than that little "company that could" from 2001.
Check back soon as we continue updating in this series of blogs on the history of the Devil's Due family.