Website: DC Comics
Bio: Bob Schreck is a Group Editor in the DC Universe editorial department. He began his career in marketing, promotions and administration, working for Creation Conventions, Marvel Comics, and Comico, and rose to the position of Marketing Director at Dark Horse Comics in 1990. At Dark Horse, Bob changed gears and became Senior Group Editor, where he edited such projects as Sin City by Frank Miller and Madman by Michael Allred, and won two consecutive Harvey Awards as editor of the groundbreaking anthology Dark Horse Presents.
Bob left Dark Horse in 1996 to co-found Oni Press with Joe Nozemack. There he developed such projects as Clerks: The Comic Book and Jay & Silent Bob with screenwriter and director Kevin Smith, as well as the Harvey Award winning anthology Oni Double Feature and the critically acclaimed Whiteout by Greg Rucka and Steve Leiber.
Bob currently edits DC's All Star line which includes Batman & Robin the Boy Wonder by Miller & Lee and Superman by Morrison & Quitely, and Matt Wagner's Batman & the Monster Men, among many others.
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AT COMIC-CON 2012, PRISM COMICS CELEBRATES THE RELEASE OF NO STRAIGHT LINES: FOUR DECADES OF QUEER COMICS, NORTHSTAR'S WEDDING, ALISON BECHDEL'S NEW GRAPHIC NOVEL, AND 25 YEARS OF "GAYS IN COMICS"!
[News, Posted 7/3/12]
Triple Queer Comics Booth (#2144, 2146, 2148), Creator Signings, Panels Galore, and the Most Queer Events at any Comic-Con Ever!
San Diego, CA - Prism Comics, the premier nonprofit supporting LGBTQI comics, creators, and readers, has announced its biggest year ever with a jam-packed slate of panels, signings and events for San Diego Comic-Con International 2012, including a Northstar panel with Marjorie Liu, the writer of Marvel Comics' landmark gay wedding issue; a Prism booth…
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[News, Posted 3/13/12]
Join us at WonderCon, coming up this weekend, March 16-18. It's moved to Anaheim this year, so we're highlighting LGBT Disney fandom and much more. See you real soon! Read on for all the details on signings, booth parnters, and panels!
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[Color Commentary, Posted 12/1/11]
Big Two got you down? Is it pricing? Page count? Are you still mad about buying that Astonishing X-Men: Ghost Boxes #1 issue? (I am) Are you looking to spend your money on small press independent comics? And since we're voting with our dollars, shouldn't we be supporting gay and gay-friendly creators of indie books? Wouldn't it be great if there was an anthology with an anti-bully "It Gets Better" theme? Then, may I recommend you get your hands on a copy of the CBLDF 2011 Annual?
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[News, Posted 7/25/11]
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But first up, look who showed up at the Prism booth? Warlord come to life! Really, really hot.
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MY FRIDAY COMIC-CON REPORT: THE FUTURE OF LGBT COMICS IS GOOD
[News, Posted 7/23/11]
It was an awesome Friday at Comic-Con! I finally got to meet Megan Gedris, who was the first recipient of Prism’s Queer Press Grant. Her talent was very clear to me, from the first time I saw Megan’s submission YU+ME. It was so fresh, so heartfelt and so skilled, that I knew she was here to last. And to date, she has not only produced six (!) volumes of YU+ME (with #6 premiering at the CON) plus I Was Kidnapped By Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space, but started her own…
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[Source: AndyMangels.com, Added: 7/26/11]
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[Source: ComicBookResources.com, Added: 9/1/10]
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[Source: Robot 6 @ CBR, Added: 4/19/10]
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[Source: The New York Times, Added: 4/16/10]
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[Source: Aman About Town, Added: 7/30/08]
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