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Portrait of an Editor
Where comic book editors tell their story.
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March 13, 2020 09:46 PM PDT

Expanding on his recent Twitter thread that showcased the hard work editors toil through to deliver your favorite comic books, I talk to Bon Alimagno about the genesis of that and his days at Marvel as a Talent Coordinator. We also talk about the bottom line business of comics, developing talent, and his new gig a Comics Experience.

He provides a great snapshot of what Marvel was like when he worked there and what it was like to work with Stephen Wacker, Tom Brevoort, Sebastian Girner, and C.B. Cebulski.

March 03, 2020 03:15 PM PST

It has been a while since we talked, so it's time to catch up with Bryce Carlson, BOOM! Studios' Vice President of Editorial & Creative Strategy.

We cover a lot, including how he brought R. L. Stine to BOOM!, the homegrown mindset of the company, leaving social media, and what he thinks of Jame's Ellroy's first novel.

February 25, 2020 03:46 PM PST

When I decided to shake up Portrait of an Editor, I asked Will Dennis if he would be interested in a 30-minute conversation once a month to discuss a specific topic that is relevant to comic book editors and the medium.

He foolishly agreed.

Now once a month we're going to pick a subject and discuss how it relates to comics in our brand new spin-off PORTRAIT OF AN EDITOR: CROPPED.

In this ep, we discuss social media and ask--What is it good for?

December 18, 2019 05:17 PM PST

Alejandro and I cover a lot in this extra long interview: Chupacabras, mentors, keeping up with the multi-layered world of Greg Rucka & Michael Lark's LAZARUS, Joshua Dysart's take on Valiant's Toyo Harada, the use of redemptive violence, and writing his new series for Valiant, DOCTOR TOMORROW.

December 10, 2019 07:20 PM PST

I want to congratulate Stephen on his new position of VP, Head of Content, New Media at Marvel Entertainment

For the interview, we discussed his editing days at DC and Marvel and those learning experiences. How that affects his day to day job at Marvel nowadays.

We especially focused on with how he kept his creators fresh and focused as they grinded out the epic weekly series of DC’s 52 and the epic three times a month run of Spider-Man. Here’s my very enjoyable interview with Stephen Wacker. He even turns the tables on me during the lightning round.

November 20, 2019 04:03 PM PST

And now it’s time for something completely different. Instead of talking with an editor this time out, I have Peter Ryan of the Stimola Literary Studio. We cover all the bases on this one when it comes to his work as an agent in the comic book industry.

November 10, 2019 11:41 AM PST

It's back to Portrait of an Editor's regular format. I talk with freelance editor Greg Lockard, who is editing comiXology's "The Black Ghost" and writing the OGN "Liebestrasse."

We also talk about his time at Vertigo and the mentoring he received from Shelly Bond and Will Dennis. And finally, the Lightning Round returns.

October 23, 2019 02:00 PM PDT

Here’s the last interview from New York Comic-Con. I had a terrific talk with David Hedgecock, who, along with being an editor, is an Associate Publisher at IDW. We had an informative talk about networking, managing all the talented editors at IDW, and what he was looking forward to seeing as a fan while at the convention.

October 22, 2019 05:16 PM PDT

Bobby Curnow, Group Editor at IDW, talks about his approach to visiting New York Comic Con’s artist alley, tracking new talent he might hire, dealing with deadlines while at a convention, and the Teenage Ninja Mutant Turtles.

October 22, 2019 03:38 PM PDT

John Barber, IDW’s Editor-in-Chief, discusses San Diego Comic vs. New York Comic-Con, managing all his spinning plates, and his love for Star Trek.

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