Vertigo Announces Editorial Promotions with Big Plans for the Future of the Imprint

Posted by at 4:41 pm on December 20, 2012

Earlier this month it was reported that Karen Berger stepped down as Vertigo’s Executive Editor. This immediately put a panic around the net this was a sign of the end of the line of comics.

Now Vertigo has announced some promotions that show things are still going strong for the adult imprint of DC.

Shelly Bond has been promoted to Executive Editor of the imprint. Bond began working for Vertigo back in 1993 as Assistant Editor. She’s played a role in discovering and launching series such as FABLES, FAIREST, THE INVISIBLES, LUCIFER, iZOMBIE, THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS and many more.

She’s worked with creators such as Mark Buckingham, Mike Allred, Mike Carey, Howard Chaykin, Becky Cloonan, Phil Jimenez, Paul Pope, Steven T. Seagle, Bill Willingham, Jill Thompson and many more. She also worked with Willingham as the editor for THE ELEMENTALS before DC.

Joining Bond is Will Dennis, who has been promoted to Group Editor and Mark Doyle, who was promoted to Editor, Vertigo. Both have spent years under the guidance of Karen Berger. Dennis has edited many best-selling projects within and outside of Vertigo including THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO, 100 BULLETS, SUPERMAN: FOR TOMORROW and BEFORE WATCHMEN. Doyle helped launched Scott Snyder’s first ongoing, AMERICAN VAMPIRE and has worked on other titles such as SWEET TOOTH, NORTHLANDERS as well as BEFORE WATCHMEN.

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