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EDITING
DANNY FINGEROTH
DAVE EGGERS
DEFIANT COMICS
DEZ SKINN
KAZU KIBUISHI
SANDER HICKS
SANGER
TOM BREVOORT
TOM DEFALCO
ALAN BARNES
AL MILGROM
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN
AMBUSH BUG
AMERICAN BOOK EDITORS
AMERICAN COMIC BOOK EDITORS
ANARCHISM
ANDREW MOTION
ANNIE NATHAN MEYER
ANN NOCENTI
ARCHIE GOODWIN
ARTIST
AVENGERS
BATMAN
BETH MEACHAM
BILL SCHELLY
BOB HARRAS
BOOK EDITORS
BRIAN AUGUSTYN
BRIAN HERBERT
BRIDGE
CARMINE INFANTINO
CHARLES KNIGHT
CHRISTOPHER PRIEST
CHRISTOPHER TOLKIEN
CLIFTON FADIMAN
COMIC BOOK EDITORS
COMIC BOOK
CONAN
CONFERENCE
CONWAY
CUPPY
DAN DIDIO
DAVID BISHOP
DAVID BOAZ
DC COMICS
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Editing

  1. Editing is the process of preparing language, images, or sound for presentation through correction, condensation, organization, and other modifications.
  2. Editing is the process of preparing language, images, or sound for publication through correction, condensation, organization, and other modifications.
  3. Editing is the process of preparing language, images, or sound through correction, condensation, organization, and other modifications in various media. (Web site)

Danny Fingeroth

  1. Danny Fingeroth is an American comic book writer and editor, and an expert on superheroes.
  2. Danny Fingeroth is an American comic book writer and editor, better known for a long stint as Group Editor of the Spider-Man books at Marvel Comics. (Web site)

Dave Eggers

  1. Dave Eggers (born March 12, 1970) is an American writer, editor, and publisher.
  2. Competitive nominations went to two books released by McSweeney's, an irreverent publishing house founded by best-selling author Dave Eggers. (Web site)
  3. Dave Eggers (born January 8, 1970 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American writer and editor.

Defiant Comics

  1. Defiant Comics was a comicbook publishing imprint of Enlightened Entertainment Partners, LP. It was established in 1993. (Web site)
  2. Defiant Comics was a comicbook publishing imprint of Enlightment Entertainment Partners, LP. It was established in 1993. (Web site)

Dez Skinn

  1. Dez Skinn is a British comic book and magazine editor born in Yorkshire in 1951.
  2. Dez Skinn is a British comic book and magazine editor. (Web site)
  3. Dez Skinn was a UK publisher whose publication company was Quality Communications.

Kazu Kibuishi

  1. Kazu Kibuishi is a creator who believes that a man can reach for the heavens above.
  2. Kazu Kibuishi is a graphic novel artist and author, and creator and editor of the outstanding Flight anthologies of comics.
  3. Kazu Kibuishi is a graphic novel author. (Web site)
  4. Kazu Kibuishi is a virtual unknown to the mainstream comic book world, but his work on Daisy Kutter will change that soon.
  5. Kazu Kibuishi is an American graphic novel author, illustrator, and professional animator. (Web site)

Sander Hicks

  1. Sander Hicks is a fixture in the world of alternative media.
  2. Sander Hicks is a publisher, author, entrepeneur, and freelance journalist.
  3. Sander Hicks is a wonderful person.
  4. Sander Hicks is the founder and former editor of Soft Skull Press as well as playwright.

Sanger

  1. Sanger was editor-in-chief of Nupedia and deeply involved in the creation of Wikipedia but left the project in 2002.
  2. Sanger is an articulate and experienced interviewee.
  3. Sanger was born in Bellevue, Washington, and reared in Anchorage, Alaska.
  4. Sanger was editing the Nupedia project, which grew into Wikipedia, before leaving in 2002, wishing the project the best. (Web site)
  5. Sanger was employed by Jimmy Wales to work on Nupedia and later Wikipedia from 2000-2002.

Tom Brevoort

  1. Tom Brevoort is a Marvel Executive Editor, and has been publicly support the "Spider-Man: Brand New Day" stories in the face of fan criticism.
  2. Tom Brevoort is a great editor, but he's got so much on his plate, he can't really take over another line. (Web site)
  3. Tom Brevoort is a nigh-omnipotent cosmic entity who has edited many of Marvel's books over the years, including the AVENGERS for quite some time now.
  4. Tom Brevoort is an American comic book editor. (Web site)

Tom Defalco

  1. Tom DeFalco is a best-selling author and former editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics.
  2. Tom DeFalco is a comic book god and fans should be allowed to worship at his Spider-Girl altar indefinitely.
  3. Tom DeFalco is a comics industry giant.
  4. Tom DeFalco is an comics writer and editor, well-known for his association with Marvel Comics and Spider-Man. (Web site)
  5. Tom DeFalco was born in Queens, New York City, New York, where his family owned a supermarket. (Web site)

Alan Barnes

  1. Alan Barnes is a British writer and editor, particularly noted for work in the field of cult film and television. (Web site)
  2. Alan Barnes is a writer and editor, particularly noted for work in the field of cult film and television. (Web site)

Al Milgrom

  1. Al Milgrom apparently was not a fan of former Marvel Editor-in-Chief, Bob Harras.
  2. Back at the festival HQ, Al Milgrom says he wishes the city or the state could throw some money at the festival.
  3. Insieme con Al Milgrom ha anche creato il supereroe Firestorm per la DC Comics.

Amazing Spider-Man

  1. The Amazing Spider-Man is the character's flagship series.
  2. The Amazing Spider-Man is the title of a comic book published by Marvel Comics, a television program and a daily newspaper comic strip.
  3. The Amazing Spider-Man is the title of a video game released for the original Nintendo Game Boy.
  4. The Amazing Spider-Man is the title of both a comic book published by Marvel Comics and a daily newspaper comic strip. (Web site)

Ambush Bug

  1. Ambush Bug is a fictional comic book character who has appeared in several DC Comics.
  2. Ambush Bug was even kicked out of the afterlife by Death of the Endless, after seeing his name did not appear in any list she carried.

American Book Editors

  1. You searched for HondurasCategory:American book editors.
  2. Search for " HondurasCategory:American book editors " in existing articles. (Web site)
  3. Please search for HondurasCategory:American book editors in Wikipedia to check for alternative titles or spellings. (Web site)

American Comic Book Editors

  1. There is no page titled "American comic book editors". (Web site)
  2. Please search for American comic book editors in Wikipedia to check for alternative titles or spellings. (Web site)

Anarchism

  1. Anarchism is a political and social movement which advocates voluntary association in opposition to authoritarianism and hierarchy.
  2. Anarchism is a political philosophy encompassing many theories and traditions, all opposed to government.
  3. Anarchism is a political philosophy encompassing theories and attitudes which support the elimination of all compulsory government,[1] i.e.
  4. Anarchism is a political philosophy with many heterogeneous and diverse schools of thought, united by a common opposition to compulsory rule.

Andrew Motion

  1. Andrew Motion is a member of the Arts Council of England and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
  2. Andrew Motion was born in 1952. (Web site)

Annie Nathan Meyer

  1. At one time, Annie Nathan Meyer was associate editor of the Broadway Magazine.
  2. Annie Nathan Meyer ( February 19, 1867 --- September 23, 1951) was an American author and promoter of the higher education of women.

Ann Nocenti

  1. Ann Nocenti is an American journalist, writer and editor known for her work on comic books and magazine s.
  2. Ann Nocenti is an American journalist, writer and editor known for her work on comic books and magazines.

Archie Goodwin

  1. Archie Goodwin is a fictional character and detective in Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe mysteries. (Web site)

Artist

  1. The artist was but a mere channel through which divine grace flowed.
  2. The artist was interviewed on July 22, 1999, and he copyedited the transcript. (Web site)

Avengers

  1. The Avengers are a Marvel superhero team, consisting of many of the Marvel Universe 's most popular and powerful heroes.
  2. The Avengers are a fictional superhero team appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics.
  3. The Avengers are an elite Marvel Comics superhero team that first appeared in The Avengers Vol.
  4. The Avengers are an elite superhero team that appear in the Marvel Universe.
  5. The Avengers are featured prominently in the Marvel: Ultimate Alliance videogame.

Batman

  1. BATMAN is an ongoing series coedited by Bob Schreck and Will Dennis.
  2. Batman was a detective, solving complex and bizarre crimes. (Web site)
  3. Batman was co-created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, although only Kane receives official credit for the character.
  4. Batman was one of the few superhero characters to be continuously published as interest in the genre waned during the 1950s.
  5. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns ' popularity was nothing short of phenomenal and raised sales for comics across the board.

Beth Meacham

  1. Beth Meacham (1951-) is an American writer and editor. (Web site)
  2. He is the grandson of legal scholar and utopian novelist Austin Tappan Wright and the husband of author and editor Beth Meacham.

Bill Schelly

  1. Bill Schelly has been a comic book enthusiast since 1960. (Web site)
  2. Welcome to BillSchelly.com, the web site for Bill Schelly and Hamster Press, publisher of high-quality books relating to comics fandom and comic art.

Bob Harras

  1. Bob Harras is a close call, but I think he may have been enough in the public mind as a writer to make this debatable.

Book Editors

  1. Book editors are on the endangered species list, and film critics appear to be next. (Web site)
  2. Book editors are the people who shape what the world reads.

Brian Augustyn

  1. Brian Augustyn is a comic book editor and writer.

Brian Herbert

  1. Details about the new prequel trilogy by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, rerelease of original DUNE series.
  2. Brian Herbert (born 1947) is an American author.
  3. Brian Herbert Find and Compare prices on brian herbert at Smarter.com.

Bridge

  1. Bridge was a life-long pursuit for Morehead.
  2. The bridge was constructed as a "make-work-project" during the great depression. (Web site)

Carmine Infantino

  1. Carmine Infantino was born via midwife in his family's apartment in Brooklyn, New York City.
  2. Carmine Infantino was brought in to redesign Batman.

Charles Knight

  1. Some of engravings from Charles Knight's books, including Picturesque Old England, are online at www.fromoldbooks.org together with some of the text.
  2. See an 1842 map distributed by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge and published by Charles Knight, Central America.
  3. This article incorporates text from the Encyclop--dia Britannica Eleventh Edition article "Charles Knight", a publication now in the public domain.

Christopher Priest

  1. Shortly afterwards, he changed his name from "Jim Owsley" to "Christopher Priest".
  2. See more references to Christopher Priest (comic book writer) in this book.

Christopher Tolkien

  1. Christopher Tolkien was born in Leeds , England , the third and youngest son of J. R. R. Tolkien.

Clifton Fadiman

  1. Clifton Fadiman was also the last master of ceremonies to host the ABC-TV game show The Name's the Same. (Web site)

Comic Book Editors

  1. Know what comic book editors are looking for. (Web site)
  2. This is a question that comic book editors have obviously asked themselves hundreds of times.
  3. Marvel's comic book editors could call Chris Claremont & ask him.

Comic Book

  1. A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics. (Web site)
  2. Since comic strips at this time were primarily humorous in nature, the term "comic book" was adapted from "comic strip". (Web site)

Conan

  1. Conan is a Cimmerian (based somewhat loosely on the historical Celts), a barbarian of the far north. (Web site)
  2. Conan is a Cimmerian (based somewhat loosely on the historical Cimmerians), a barbarian of the far north. (Web site)
  3. Conan is a formidable armed and unarmed combatant. (Web site)
  4. Conan was introduced in 1970 with Conan the Barbarian, written by Roy Thomas and illustrated by Barry Windsor-Smith. (Web site)
  5. Conan: The Adventurer was a television series loosely based on Conan. (Web site)

Conference

  1. The conference was a successful catalyst to advance the pursuit of technology for law enforcement.
  2. The conference was a very eclectic mix of technical, operational and policy issues.
  3. The conference was held in November 1999.
  4. The conference was organised by the Academy of Diplomacy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia.

Conway

  1. Conway is also the father of Cara Conway, born Nov.
  2. Conway was 19 years old when he became the writer of Amazing Spider-Man, a position he held for a little over three years, from 1972 to 1975.

Cuppy

  1. Cuppy was a book reviewer for the old New York Herald-Tribune - the column was published under the title 'Mystery and Adventure'.
  2. Cuppy was best-known for his mock-scientific observations of nature. (Web site)

Dan Didio

  1. YMB talks to DC's Dan Didio about the upcoming Countdown.
  2. Conor has a little chat with DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio about the big DC events coming up this summer.

David Bishop

  1. David Bishop is a freelance screenwriter and author.
  2. David Bishop is an award-winning screenwriter and author.

David Boaz

  1. David Boaz is a leading spokesman for the philosophy of freedom.
  2. David Boaz is a resident of Arlington.
  3. David Boaz is the executive vice president of the Cato Institute, an American libertarian think tank.
  4. David Boaz is the executive vice president of the libertarian U.S think tank the Cato Institute.

Dc Comics

  1. DC Comics is an American comic book and related media company. (Web site)
  2. DC Comics is one of the largest American companies in comic book and related media publishing.
  3. DC Comics is one of the largest companies in comic book and related media publishing.

Categories

  1. Culture > Languages > Language > Glossaries
  2. Arts > Literature > Genres > Mystery > Authors > S > Stout, Rex > Works. (Web site)
  3. Arts > Literature > Genres > Science Fiction > Book Imprints > Majors. (Web site)
  4. Arts > Literature > Genres > Science Fiction > Authors > H > Herbert, Brian. (Web site)
  5. Arts > Literature > Genres > Science Fiction > Authors > P > Pohl, Frederik. (Web site)

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