November 20, 2014

Graphic Novel Experts Discuss the Latest Trends and Hottest Titles

graphicnovels Graphic Novel Experts Discuss the Latest Trends and Hottest Titles
SPONSORED BY: Random House and Library Journal
SCHEDULED EVENT DATE: Tuesday, November 8, 2011 – 3:00 PM EST – 60 minutes

Archive now available!*

Join us for our graphic novel web cast to get a sneak peak at the best graphic novels hitting the shelves this fall and spring of 2012. Also listen to industry leaders from Kondansha, DC Comics and Archie Comics give their insights into what is happening within their own companies, and across the graphic novel industry.

Our panel of experts will include:

Dallas Middaugh, Director, Publishing Services for Random House Publisher Services. Dallas will serve as the moderator and be one of the panelists of this discussion. He’s the former associate publisher of Del Rey Manga, where he launched the Del Rey Manga line.

Harold Buchholz, Executive Director, Publishing & Operations, Archie Comic Publications, Inc. where he has overseen the company’s dramatic expansion to 40 graphic novel titles per year including a very successful line of videogame character titles featuring Sonic the Hedgehog and Mega Man. Harold is a strong proponent of children’s comics. He previously worked with Renaissance Press on the popular Amelia Rules! line of graphic novels.

John Cunningham, Vice President of Marketing, DC Comics. John will be discussing the historic re-launch of the DC New 52s and what an under-taking that really was!

Kelly Coyle Crivelli, Library Marketing Manager, Random House, Inc. Kelly is the library marketing contact for the Random House Publisher Services Group, which includes the nearly thirty client publishers that Random House distributes for.

If you are not able to make the live webcast Graphic Novel Experts Discuss the Latest Trends and Hottest Titles, register now and you will get an email notification from Library Journal after the event when the webcast is archived and available for viewing at your convenience.

 * This archive expires November 8, 2012.

Share