Alex Antone Quits DC Comics

Editor Alex Antone Quits DC Comics For Something New

Alex Antone has been working at DC Comics since 2012, first as Digital New Talent Administrator, then an Associate Editor and as a full Editor from 2014, recently working on titles such as Deathstroke, Teen Titans, Aquaman, and Harley Quinn. He joined DC Comics in Burbank after working as an Assistant Producer at Konami, but […]

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Marvel: House Of Ideas NYCC Panel Back On Track With Cheese

John Odum reports from the Marvel: House of Ideas panel at New York Comic Con 2017: Friday's Marvel: House of Ideas panel may have felt like therapy for editor Nick Lowe, following the much-discussed fireworks the day before at the retailer breakfast. In fact, the House of Ideas panel was about as antithetical to the […]

X-Men Editor Daniel Ketchum Let Go By Marvel Comics

Bleeding Cool understands from multiple sources that long-standing X-Men editor Daniel Ketchum was let go by Marvel Comics on Tuesday. Popular with fans, no reason has been officially given. Marvel are making no comment and Daniel has not returned inquiries. But Ketchum did change his Twitter account description to remove the mention that he is […]

Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Superman Editor Eddie Berganza, Revived

In 2012, Bleeding Cool reported the story that a sexual assault had taken place in a hotel lobby at WonderCon. It was so public that, by the time I woke up in the UK, I had received multiple reports. The assailant was named as DC Comics then-Executive Editor Eddie Berganza and the person assaulted was a comic book […]

Mark Paniccia, The New Editor Of The X-Men Comics?

Bleeding Cool understands from connected, but not direct sources, that Mark Paniccia is the new Group Editor for the X-Men books at Marvel. Currently Senior Editor at Marvel, he came to the publisher when Marvel acquired Malibu Comics, where he was Editor-In-Chief. Recently he has edited titles including Superior Iron Man, Hulk, Ultimate Spider-Man and Fantastic […]

Weird Al Yankovic Wants To Answer Your Questions In Mad Magazine

We know that “Weird Al” Yankovic is guest-editing an upcoming issue of Mad Magazine #533, the first guest editor in the publication's history. And he is making an offer to personally answer your questions as readers are invited to sending letters for MAD’s Letters and Tomatoes section at letters@madmagazine.com with Weird Al promising to personally provide dumb answers to […]

Ellie Pyle Moves From Marvel In New York To DC/Vertigo In Burbank

I held off from naming Ms Pyle the other day, so that she could inform her co-workers and freelancers at Marvel. But now that's happened and I've had it confirmed, Marvel's Ellie Pyle is moving from Marvel in New York to work at Burbank for the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics. Currently Pyle works as an associate […]

Retailers Get To Quiz Marvel's Big Wigs At New York Comic Con

Comic book retailers are getting their own special meeting and presentation with the executives of Marvel Comics at New York Comic Con, entitled Meet Marvel Editorial. In what is basically a real life version of The Avengers, teaming up to face the onslaught of enraged retailers are Dan Buckley – President, TV, Publishing & Brand Management, […]

Two DC Comics Editors Leave – One To Marvel, One To Valiant (UPDATE x2)

I'm told of two more DC Comics editorial staff who won't be making the move from New York to Burbank – and, indeed, won't be spending any more time at DC Comics. And both let DC Comics know yesterday. I'm told that newly promoted editor Katie Kubert of Batman, Detective Comics and Batman Eternal will be […]

Move To San Diego, Become A Comic Book Editor, Live The Dream

I understand at least one DC editor may have been let go (trying to get a little name confirmation first) but this may well be up her street. Editor, IDW Publishing IDW Publishing is seeking an experienced Editor to support the Chief Creative Officer. This is a full-time position located in our San Diego, CA […]

Marvel Promotes Lauren Sankovitch To Editor

Lauren Sankovitch, Associate Editor for Marvel on Journey Into Mystery, Thor and Winter Soldier, and working on all the Avengers books has now been promoted to full Editor status. Why not go and congratulate her here?

Be An Assistant Editor For Marvel Comics

So… who wants to be a Marvel editor? Including "Direct Management of at least 2 to 3 titles a month"? "Develop new series ideas and initiate projects, which includes the creation of stories or event-driven concepts to increase sales of the titles"? "Maintain communication with freelance artists and writers"? Apply here. Job Posting Title Assistant […]

That WonderCon Incident In The Hilton Lobby

This is a public message to the comics industry from Bleeding Cool. The names have been removed to protect the guilty. If, as a senior comic book figure attending Wondercon, you happen to be attracted to a young lady and decide to try and make out with her, here is some advice. 1) Try to […]

Bat Editor Janelle Asselin Quits DC For Disney (UPDATE)

Bleeding Cool understand that Batbooks editor Janelle Asselin has handed in her notice at DC Comics. And on learning that she was leaving for Disney, suddenly didn't have to serve her notice any more and was escorted out of the building. Working principly on the Batbooks at DC Comics since 2008,  Janelle was listed as […]

Mike Searle To Be New Editor Of Wizard World Digital

Today we learnt of Mike Cotton's departure at the main editor from Wizard World Digital. I now understand that he is to be replaced by former editor of discontinued inhouse magazine InQuest Gamer, Mike Searle. Focussed on collectible card games, then on gaming as a whole, InQuest then InQuest Gamer was published by Wizard from […]

Who Wants To Be An Editor At DC Comics?

The listings just went up – for an assistant editor working in New York on DC Comics archives and special projects, under newly-appointed Ian Sattler, an editor working in New York on the DC Universe, and a Creative Director working in Burbank. Posting Job Title Editor TimeWarner Division DC Comics WB Business Unit DC Comics […]

All Right… Who Forgot The Map? – Thor #614

You know how it is. You're on a quest, there's a big battle just gone on, the likelihood to more to come, its hard to keep account of your fellow warriors, let alone cartographical works of art. Just as in this page from Thor #614. Hang on, what's that Balder is leaning on? Oopsie.