Yet another massive personnel move in the comics space, as Diane Nelson, president of DC Entertainment, is leaving WB permanently, as THR reports. Nelson had been on a leave of absence since March but she announced that the move would be permanent this week. Nelson originally took the time out to deal with family issues. […]
The most hotly contested job in comics has finally been filled.
As the comics industry adapts to changes in marketing, creators have to spend more nad more time on business functions. Some are trying to find help doing that and iover in the UK, Tara Ferguson is aiming to be the one who they can turn to. She’s launched her very own freelance marketing company, named, […]
§ Art: Avengers: Infinity War has passed Star Wars The Force Awakens as the biggest opening ever – it long ago passed it as the #1 film franchise – and Kathleen Kennedy was gracious about it. Congratulations, @MarvelStudios and @Avengers: #InfinityWar. pic.twitter.com/PnHfaouOlP — Star Wars (@starwars) May 1, 2018 § May Day! I was trying […]
A lot of changes suddenly at comics companies all over. I’ve just learned that Chris Ryall, formerly Chief Creative officer and Editor-in-Chief at IDW, has stepped down. The move is entirely of his own volition, I’m told. Ryall joined IDW in June of 2004, and oversaw its steady growth in both licensed comics and originals, […]
After months of speculation that he would be departing, Axel Alonso has indeed ended his run as Editor in Chief at Marvel. And his replacement is a bit of a surprise: CB. Cebulski, a longtime Marvel mainstay who has worked in many capacities at the company. Most recently he had moved to Shanghai to work […]
Today, Chris D’Lando officially announced that as of yesterday, he was no longer working at Marvel as a Sales & Communication Administrator. Those of us in comics press will know Chris as one half of the front-end team that sent many a deluge of PR emails to us promoting new Marvel titles and coordinating exclusive content such as […]