Multiple sources have publically alleged that DC Comics editor Eddie Berganza has a history of sexual harassment.
Following news that Vertigo executive editor Shelly Bond was fired after more than 20 years at the company as part of an ongoing restructuring of the imprint, Loser-City website co-founder Nick Hanover and Rosy Press editor Janelle Assellin noted that Berganza continues to work for the company. Hanover stated on the record that he believes Berganza is a "serial harasser." Berganza and Bond’s roles at the company are unrelated.
DC Comics laid out the news fans have been waiting to hear during its Flashpoint panel at Comic-Con International: The summer event will officially bridge into this fall's relaunched line of DC Universe titles with a double-page spread...
As everyone is no doubt thoroughly aware at this point, big changes are coming to the DC Universe in September, when their entire slate of comics relaunches with new #1 issues, all available simultaneously in print and digital...
It's a big day of promotions at DC Comics. Not only has Ian Sattler has been made Director–Editorial, Special Projects & Archival Editions at DC, longtime staffer, editor and writer Eddie Berganza has been named the Executive Editor of the entire DC Universe. The news...
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