DC Comics: Former Marvel Marie Javins is the new editor-in-chief, all the details

Dc comics announced this recently Marie Javins, a former member of the publications management team, was recently promoted to the role of editor-in-chief. The cartoonist started working on the likes of Justice League, DC Super Hero Girls and Dark Nights: Death Metal and will now oversee the 2021 releases.

""Marie understands the importance of comics and how they entertain and inspire readers"said Daniel Cherry III, senior vice president of DC Comics"and that quality alone makes her perfect for the role. In addition, Marie works hard to improve the accessibility of our products and always tries to guide our writers so that they can best express their potential."The publisher also issued a press release detailing the reasons why the senior levels made this decision.

In his new role The new editor-in-chief will oversee the creation and development of the annual DC publicationsand will work together to implement new strategies to expand the brand and reach new readers. This is an extremely important role that allows her to work closely with CCO Jim Lee and Daniel Cherry himself.

2020 was an extremely complex year, and in 2021 DC Comics will have to commit to managing publications in the - hopefully - post-coronavirus era. While you wait for the editor-in-chief's first testimony, we encourage you to take a look at Future State and Static Shock, two of the most anticipated novelties of the New Year.

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