Via PR, Wizard is moving its office from Congers to the big, bad city.

Starting this May, all three monthly Wizard Entertainment publications—Wizard, ToyFare and Anime Insider—will be produced in the company’s New York City office. Since it was founded in 1991, Wizard Entertainment has operated out of its headquarters located in Congers, New York, and its sales office in New York City.

“For the first time in 15 years, we have the company in one location, under one roof,” said Wizard Entertainment Chairman Gareb Shamus. “We’re very much looking forward to having all of us working together, right in the middle of the city.”

Bi-annual consumer toy magazine Toy Wishes will also move to Wizard’s Manhattan office, as will the company’s conventions department, which puts on the annual Wizard World Philadelphia and Chicago Comic-Con shows. Wizard’s West Coast staff will be unaffected. For more information about Wizard Entertainment, visit


  1. They could decorate the outside of their cardboard box with the dozens of unused subscription cards that fall out of a typical issue.

  2. Even with now, lowered real estate, I don’t see how this would be a good idea, given the economy, publishing, and things are not exactly chipper for Wizard.

    Is this a death toll, or some starry-eyed dream? O.o