"Daredevil" Editor Ellie Pyle Moves from Marvel to DC Comics

Ellie Pyle, a Marvel Associate Editor currently overseeing "Daredevil," "Black Widow," "Spider-Man 2099" and the upcoming "Silk" ongoing series, has announced via Twitter that she will be making the move from New York City to Burbank, California to join DC Comics' Vertigo imprint as an Editor.

"Over the last 4 years at Marvel, I have gotten to work with some of the best talent and editors and (therefore) on some of the best books," Pyle said via Twitter. "But I will be heading west in a few weeks to join [Vertigo Exeuctive Editor Shelly Bond] and her team as an Editor at Vertigo! Very excited for the great books to come."

Pyle has been a staple in Marvel's Spider-Man office for years, with credits on "Superior Spider-Man," "Captain Marvel," "Moon Knight," "Nova," "Fearless Defenders" and many more. According to Marvel Senior Editor Nick Lowe in a recent Spider-Mandate, Pyle was instrumental in putting together the upcoming "Silk" ongoing series, bringing in the creative team of writer Robbie Thompson, artist Stacey Lee and cover artist Dave Johnson. Pyle stated on Twitter that her current editing duties will be distributed amongst Lowe, Editor Sana Amanat and Assistant Editor Devin Lewis.

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