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- Editing is the process of preparing language, images, or sound for presentation through correction, condensation, organization, and other modifications.
- Editing is the process of preparing language, images, or sound for publication through correction, condensation, organization, and other modifications.
- Editing is the process of preparing language, images, or sound through correction, condensation, organization, and other modifications in various media.
- Danny Fingeroth is an American comic book writer and editor, and an expert on superheroes.
- 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.
- Dave Eggers (born March 12, 1970) is an American writer, editor, and publisher.
- Competitive nominations went to two books released by McSweeney's, an irreverent publishing house founded by best-selling author Dave Eggers.
- Dave Eggers (born January 8, 1970 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American writer and editor.
- Defiant Comics was a comicbook publishing imprint of Enlightened Entertainment Partners, LP. It was established in 1993.
- Defiant Comics was a comicbook publishing imprint of Enlightment Entertainment Partners, LP. It was established in 1993.
- Dez Skinn is a British comic book and magazine editor born in Yorkshire in 1951.
- Dez Skinn is a British comic book and magazine editor.
- Dez Skinn was a UK publisher whose publication company was Quality Communications.
- Kazu Kibuishi is a creator who believes that a man can reach for the heavens above.
- Kazu Kibuishi is a graphic novel artist and author, and creator and editor of the outstanding Flight anthologies of comics.
- Kazu Kibuishi is a graphic novel author.
- Kazu Kibuishi is a virtual unknown to the mainstream comic book world, but his work on Daisy Kutter will change that soon.
- Kazu Kibuishi is an American graphic novel author, illustrator, and professional animator.
- Sander Hicks is a fixture in the world of alternative media.
- Sander Hicks is a publisher, author, entrepeneur, and freelance journalist.
- Sander Hicks is a wonderful person.
- Sander Hicks is the founder and former editor of Soft Skull Press as well as playwright.
- Sanger was editor-in-chief of Nupedia and deeply involved in the creation of Wikipedia but left the project in 2002.
- Sanger is an articulate and experienced interviewee.
- Sanger was born in Bellevue, Washington, and reared in Anchorage, Alaska.
- Sanger was editing the Nupedia project, which grew into Wikipedia, before leaving in 2002, wishing the project the best.
- Sanger was employed by Jimmy Wales to work on Nupedia and later Wikipedia from 2000-2002.
- 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.
- Tom Brevoort is a great editor, but he's got so much on his plate, he can't really take over another line.
- 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.
- Tom Brevoort is an American comic book editor.
- Tom DeFalco is a best-selling author and former editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics.
- Tom DeFalco is a comic book god and fans should be allowed to worship at his Spider-Girl altar indefinitely.
- Tom DeFalco is a comics industry giant.
- Tom DeFalco is an comics writer and editor, well-known for his association with Marvel Comics and Spider-Man.
- Tom DeFalco was born in Queens, New York City, New York, where his family owned a supermarket.
- Alan Barnes is a British writer and editor, particularly noted for work in the field of cult film and television.
- Alan Barnes is a writer and editor, particularly noted for work in the field of cult film and television.
- Al Milgrom apparently was not a fan of former Marvel Editor-in-Chief, Bob Harras.
- Back at the festival HQ, Al Milgrom says he wishes the city or the state could throw some money at the festival.
- Insieme con Al Milgrom ha anche creato il supereroe Firestorm per la DC Comics.
- The Amazing Spider-Man is the character's flagship series.
- The Amazing Spider-Man is the title of a comic book published by Marvel Comics, a television program and a daily newspaper comic strip.
- The Amazing Spider-Man is the title of a video game released for the original Nintendo Game Boy.
- The Amazing Spider-Man is the title of both a comic book published by Marvel Comics and a daily newspaper comic strip.
- Ambush Bug is a fictional comic book character who has appeared in several DC Comics.
- 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.
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- Anarchism is a political and social movement which advocates voluntary association in opposition to authoritarianism and hierarchy.
- Anarchism is a political philosophy encompassing many theories and traditions, all opposed to government.
- Anarchism is a political philosophy encompassing theories and attitudes which support the elimination of all compulsory government, i.e.
- Anarchism is a political philosophy with many heterogeneous and diverse schools of thought, united by a common opposition to compulsory rule.
- Andrew Motion is a member of the Arts Council of England and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
- Andrew Motion was born in 1952.
- At one time, Annie Nathan Meyer was associate editor of the Broadway Magazine.
- Annie Nathan Meyer ( February 19, 1867 --- September 23, 1951) was an American author and promoter of the higher education of women.
- Ann Nocenti is an American journalist, writer and editor known for her work on comic books and magazine s.
- Ann Nocenti is an American journalist, writer and editor known for her work on comic books and magazines.
- Archie Goodwin is a fictional character and detective in Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe mysteries.
- The artist was but a mere channel through which divine grace flowed.
- The artist was interviewed on July 22, 1999, and he copyedited the transcript.
- The Avengers are a Marvel superhero team, consisting of many of the Marvel Universe 's most popular and powerful heroes.
- The Avengers are a fictional superhero team appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics.
- The Avengers are an elite Marvel Comics superhero team that first appeared in The Avengers Vol.
- The Avengers are an elite superhero team that appear in the Marvel Universe.
- The Avengers are featured prominently in the Marvel: Ultimate Alliance videogame.
- BATMAN is an ongoing series coedited by Bob Schreck and Will Dennis.
- Batman was a detective, solving complex and bizarre crimes.
- Batman was co-created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger, although only Kane receives official credit for the character.
- Batman was one of the few superhero characters to be continuously published as interest in the genre waned during the 1950s.
- Batman: The Dark Knight Returns ' popularity was nothing short of phenomenal and raised sales for comics across the board.
- Beth Meacham (1951-) is an American writer and editor.
- He is the grandson of legal scholar and utopian novelist Austin Tappan Wright and the husband of author and editor Beth Meacham.
- Bill Schelly has been a comic book enthusiast since 1960.
- 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 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 are on the endangered species list, and film critics appear to be next.
- Book editors are the people who shape what the world reads.
- Brian Augustyn is a comic book editor and writer.
- Details about the new prequel trilogy by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, rerelease of original DUNE series.
- Brian Herbert (born 1947) is an American author.
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- Bridge was a life-long pursuit for Morehead.
- The bridge was constructed as a "make-work-project" during the great depression.
- Carmine Infantino was born via midwife in his family's apartment in Brooklyn, New York City.
- Carmine Infantino was brought in to redesign Batman.
- Some of engravings from Charles Knight's books, including Picturesque Old England, are online at www.fromoldbooks.org together with some of the text.
- See an 1842 map distributed by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge and published by Charles Knight, Central America.
- This article incorporates text from the Encyclop--dia Britannica Eleventh Edition article "Charles Knight", a publication now in the public domain.
- Shortly afterwards, he changed his name from "Jim Owsley" to "Christopher Priest".
- See more references to Christopher Priest (comic book writer) in this book.
- Christopher Tolkien was born in Leeds , England , the third and youngest son of J. R. R. Tolkien.
- Clifton Fadiman was also the last master of ceremonies to host the ABC-TV game show The Name's the Same.
- Know what comic book editors are looking for.
- This is a question that comic book editors have obviously asked themselves hundreds of times.
- Marvel's comic book editors could call Chris Claremont & ask him.
- A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics.
- Since comic strips at this time were primarily humorous in nature, the term "comic book" was adapted from "comic strip".
- Conan is a Cimmerian (based somewhat loosely on the historical Celts), a barbarian of the far north.
- Conan is a Cimmerian (based somewhat loosely on the historical Cimmerians), a barbarian of the far north.
- Conan is a formidable armed and unarmed combatant.
- Conan was introduced in 1970 with Conan the Barbarian, written by Roy Thomas and illustrated by Barry Windsor-Smith.
- Conan: The Adventurer was a television series loosely based on Conan.
- The conference was a successful catalyst to advance the pursuit of technology for law enforcement.
- The conference was a very eclectic mix of technical, operational and policy issues.
- The conference was held in November 1999.
- The conference was organised by the Academy of Diplomacy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia.
- Conway is also the father of Cara Conway, born Nov.
- 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 was a book reviewer for the old New York Herald-Tribune - the column was published under the title 'Mystery and Adventure'.
- Cuppy was best-known for his mock-scientific observations of nature.
- YMB talks to DC's Dan Didio about the upcoming Countdown.
- Conor has a little chat with DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio about the big DC events coming up this summer.
- David Bishop is a freelance screenwriter and author.
- David Bishop is an award-winning screenwriter and author.
- David Boaz is a leading spokesman for the philosophy of freedom.
- David Boaz is a resident of Arlington.
- David Boaz is the executive vice president of the Cato Institute, an American libertarian think tank.
- David Boaz is the executive vice president of the libertarian U.S think tank the Cato Institute.
- DC Comics is an American comic book and related media company.
- DC Comics is one of the largest American companies in comic book and related media publishing.
- DC Comics is one of the largest companies in comic book and related media publishing.
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- Arts > Literature > Genres > Mystery > Authors > S > Stout, Rex > Works.
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- Arts > Literature > Genres > Science Fiction > Authors > H > Herbert, Brian.
- Arts > Literature > Genres > Science Fiction > Authors > P > Pohl, Frederik.
* Dennis O`neil
* Diana Schutz
* Dwayne Mcduffie
* Eddie Berganza
* Ellen Datlow
* Eric Flint
* Frank Moore Colby
* Gene Healy
* Gerry Conway
* Gustav Temple
* Harold Augenbraum
* Irving Wallace
* James Grauerholz
* Jenette Kahn
* Jimmy Wales
* Jim Baen
* Jim Lee
* Jim Shooter
* Joe Quesada
* John Bartlett
* John Freeman
* John Harris
* John Shaw Billings
* John Tomlinson
* Judy-Lynn Del Rey
* Julie Schwartz
* Julius Schwartz
* Kelvin Gosnell
* Len Wein
* Lester Del Rey
* Lew Rockwell
* Lin Carter
* Louise Seaman Bechtel
* Margaret Drabble
* Mark Gruenwald
* Mark Siegel
* Martin Green
* Marvel Comics
* Marv Wolfman
* Matt Smith
* Mike Carlin
* Mort Weisinger
* Murray Rothbard
* Nick Lowe
* Open Directory
* Pat Mills
* Paul Allen
* Peter Ruber
* Peter Stanford
* Ralph Macchio
* Richard Bozulich
* Richard Burton
* Richard Lancelyn Green
* Robert Mccrum
* Roy Thomas
* Samuel Johnson
* Sarah Austin
* Sharyn November
* Simon Furman
* Stan Lee
* Susie Bright
* Tristan Taormino
* Vin Sullivan
* Walter Block
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