The GeeksverseJ.M. DeMatteis Steps Down as Ardden’s EiC

J.M. DeMatteis Steps Down as Ardden’s EiC
Published on Monday, October 11, 2010 by

Today, J.M. DeMatteis said that he will be stepping down as the editor-in-chief of Ardden Entertainment. He posted the announcement on his blog.

After a couple of very enjoyable years as editor-in-chief of Ardden Entertainment—working on Flash Gordon, Casper and the Spectrals and the recently-announced Atlas Comics revival—I’ve decided to take my leave. It’s been a great ride building this new company with Ardden co-publishers Brendan Deneen and Rich Emms—both of whom, I hasten to add, are terrific guys—but, as we’ve all worked together to prep the Atlas material, co-creating the new versions of Grim Ghost, Phoenix and Wulf the Barbarian, it’s become clear that we have different visions of how to proceed. After pondering long and hard, I decided the best thing would be to put on my parachute and exit the Ardden Tower, leaving the Atlas revival in Brendan and Rich’s very capable hands. It was fun flexing my editorial muscles, seeing the comics world from the other side of the desk, and I may do it again one of these days.


I wish Brendan, Rich and Jason Goodman’s Atlas team great good luck with the new books

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Stay tuned for more as it develops.

By Troy Osgood

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