Bio: Anton worked at DC Comics for over a decade, first in their Direct Sales department and then for over seven years as an Editor in their Collected Editions department, putting together volumes featuring gay favorites such as Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Catwoman, Manhunter and Birds of Prey. He's also proud to have worked on World's Greatest Super-Heroes, Absolute Kingdom Come, The Starman Omnibus, Infinite Crisis, 52, Jack Kirby's Fourth World, Superman: Red Son - The Deluxe Edition, and the Eisner-winning collections Absolute DC: The New Frontier and Absolute Justice.
Anton was also the creator of the original Gay League website, but left his web hosting duties when he became the owner of a comic book store, which he ran for almost two years. He left the retail business behind when he become an employee of DC Comics in early 2000.
Anton is currently out of the comics industry and focusing on his iPhone street photography and other pursuits — but plans to make a splashy return to comics sometime in the future!
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[Color Commentary, Posted 8/6/10]
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[News, Posted 7/14/09]
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[Spectrum, Posted 7/30/07]
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[News, Posted 7/25/03]
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Kevin Kiniry and Anton Kawasaki of DC Comics check out Prism Comics 2003: Your LGBT Guide to Comics.
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