Our series of interviews with the Dark Horse editors continues with "Creepy"
editor Shawna Gore, who discusses the differences between editing classic
material and creating new comics, and the nature of horror.
CBR's series of interviews with Dark Horse's editorial team continues this week
with Star Wars line editor Randy Stradley, who discusses the early
days of Dark Horse and what's coming next in a galaxy far, far away.
We continue with the second of a two-part interview with Dark Horse Executive
Editor Diana Schutz. who talks about some of her projects for '09 and the
challenges an editor faces in preparing comics for publication.
We continue our editor spotlight with Dark Horse Executive Editor Diana Schutz,
who edits mainstays Frank Miller, Paul Chadwick and Matt Wagner, along with
many of the publisher's "Art of" titles and other classics.
Our Dark Horse series continues with Chris Warner, who has been on staff nearly
from the beginning. CBR spoke with Warner about "Empowered," the revitalized
"Aliens" and "Predator," pop art books, and more.
We continue our conversations with the Dark Horse editors with Tim Ervin, editor
of such manga titles as "Lone Wolf and Cub," "Gantz," "Appleseed," and
webcomic collections like "Megatokyo" and "Basic Instructions."
CBR begins a series of in-depth interviews with the Dark Horse editorial team
with Senior Managing Editor Scott Allie, who is responsible for "Umbrella
Academy," "Buffy Season 8," the Mignola-verse and more.
Our series continues with Ralph Macchio, Senior Editor at Marvel behind the
Ultimate and Marvel Illustrated lines, "The Dark Tower," as well as legendary runs
by Simonson and Miller, and of course The Spider Clone Saga.
CBR's series of interviews with comics' top editors continues today with Tom
Brevoort, Executive Editor at Marvel and responsible for such books as "Secret
Invasion," "Civil War," "Captain America" and much more.
In this first part of a new feature, CBR talks to Marvel Comics Executive Editor
Axel Alonso about the mysterious role of editors in the comics industry, and about
his career highlights and what he looks for in new talent.