|Parent company||Big Entertainment|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Headquarters location||Boca Raton, Florida|
|Publication types||Comic books|
The company was founded by Laurie Silvers and Mitchell Rubenstein as a division of their publicly traded company, Big Entertainment. Tekno Comix publications featured characters and situations created by celebrity authors and others, but were primarily scripted and illustrated by freelance comics creators.
The Tekno Comix brand was discontinued in 1997, though books featuring the same characters continued were published with Big Entertainment branding for the rest of that year. Big Entertainment continues as Hollywood Media Corp, which controls Tekno Comix intellectual property.
- Gene Roddenberry's Lost Universe (later renamed Xander in Lost Universe)
- Isaac Asimov's I-Bots
- John Jakes' Mullkon Empire (six-issue limited series)
- Leonard Nimoy's Primortals
- Mickey Spillane's Mike Danger
- Neil Gaiman's Lady Justice
- Neil Gaiman's Mr. Hero the Newmatic Man
- Neil Gaiman's Phage: Shadow Death (six-issue limited series)
- Neil Gaiman's Teknophage
- Neil Gaiman's Wheel of Worlds (two one-shots)
- Tad Williams' Mirror World
- Tekno Files (a one-shot)
- Neuro Jack (a one-shot)
- "Tekno-Comix Debuts First Titles". Electronic Gaming Monthly (Ziff Davis) (63): 232. October 1994.
- "Newswatch: Miscellaneous News: Big Entertainment Hires Gaiman, Nimoy, Spillane, and Others," The Comics Journal #167 (April 1994), p. 30.
- Hollywood Media Corp. (NASDAQ: HOLL) - Corporate Profile at Hollywood.com
- Tekno Comix at the Comic Book DB
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