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One of the first additions to the franchise was a series of magazines in 2003. In late 2003 the Horrible Histories Magazine Collection, a series of magazines based on Terry Deary's book series.
They were published by Eaglemoss Publications, distributed by Cornag Magazine Marketing, printed by UK company Headley Bros, colour originated by Icon Reproductions, and released every fortnight.
A series of specials and novelty books have been released, and the last book was announced to be released in 2013.
There is also a fiction-type of Horrible Histories books that were added to the series called Gory Stories.
The CBBC series was a relative latecomer to the party in 2009; before that, in 2001-2, there were two series of an animated version that never really took off, then in 2006 the Birmingham Stage Company secured the stage rights and has been touring with Horrible Histories stage productions ever since.
CBBCAll episodes Series 5 - Episode 4Historical sketch show.The first set of these books were published in July 2008: Horrible Histories was adapted into an animated series, starting in 2001.It was about Mo and Stitch's adventures through time and how they learned lessons that could be applied to their modern-day situations.Queen Victoria's coronation doesn't go quite as planned, while George IV pulls out all the stops to impress his guests on Historical Come Dine ...It is now 20 years since the first Horrible Histories books – Awesome Egyptians and Terrible Tudors – were published, so the first generation of children exposed to the grisly sensibility of Terry Deary and the cartoonist Martin Brown may now have children of their own.
The output in those two decades has been extraordinary: there are now more than 100 titles, which have sold 20 million copies (eight million of those in translation), to 31 countries.