A veteran of both DC and Marvel
Two exciting job openings at the newly named Random House Graphic imprint.
Yet more changes in comcis media.
The Great ComicsShuffle of 2018 conrtinues!
Gerber’s role will focus on supporting teachers and librarians.
Well this is great news! Lion Forge has just hired Carol M. Burrell as executive editor of the company’s CubHouse imprint. She’ll report to Andrea Colvin who has just been promoted to editor in chief.
Mike Zagari, formerly SVP, Brand/Digital-Creative at AfterShock, announced he was leaving on Twitter yesterday. “Next steps” will be announced Monday. Excited to share my next steps on Monday! — Mike Zagari (@mikezagari) May 11, 2018 Zagari was previously at Disney/Marvel/Star Wars/Pixar, and DC, and is also a webcartoonist himself so he could be going literally […]
Following some personnel changes over at IDW, John Barber has been named editor in chief at the publisher. He replaced Chris Ryall, who departed to work for Skybound. In addition, Anita Frazier, formerly of DC, Sony and Universal, has been named Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Barber was formerly a Group Editor at IDW, […]
In honor of today being International Tabletop Day, myself and fellow Beat staffer Victor Van Scoit have decided to share some of our own personal-favorite tabletop games. As criteria, we’ve decided to stay away from oldies like “Chess,” “Monopoly,” and “Dungeons & Dragons,” because there are a TON of other games out there. We have also decided to only share games that are still available for purchase if there are any readers who wish to experience these games for themselves.
Headed by Mike Towry and Chairman Matt Dunford, this convention pays homage to the early days of Comic-Con. Organizers of Comic Fest pride themselves in its intimate setting. In many ways, I find it to be quite charming, lacking the Hollywood of Comic-Con and instead allowing attendees and invited guests to mingle together. A lot of love goes into this convention.