Weekend Window-Closing Wrap-Up

Glenn Hauman

Glenn is VP of Production at ComicMix. He has written Star Trek and X-Men stories and worked for DC Comics, Simon & Schuster, Random House, arrogant/MGMS and Apple Comics. He's also what happens when a Young Turk of publishing gets old.

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3 Responses

  1. Russ Rogers says:

    Wow! Reading this is like follow a trail of breadcrumbs left across the Internet. It's like taking a tiny peek into the twisted machinations of Glenn Hauman's transom. This was fun. Thanks. BTW, I went to Pulp 2.0 (formerly DISContent)http://d2dvd.blogspot.com/2008/04/that-sound-you-… I gushed about ComicMix like the fanboy-geek that I am!

  2. Bill Cunningham says:

    Hi Glenn, Russ, et al …I am getting a couple of hits from you and I wanted to let you know I think your site is great. I like the idea of reading comics on the web and as I point out in my post – it is the future. I even write for the web myself courtesy of Astonishing Adventures Magazine. But enough about me…My one major criticism of you, and of web comics companies in general, is that I wish you guys had a spectacular publicist (or a good college student who needs journalism credit) who would get your stuff out there in the more mainstream (comics) media. In an era where EW does semi-weekly comic reviews and we have sooo many comic book movies at the box office – there's no reason for you guys not to get some of that love. Especially when it's this quality and especially when it's free. There's all sorts of stories you can pitch about your business model and content that would catch a journalist's attention. Keep up the good work – I'll be checking in more often. It's been awhile since I've read Jon Sable Freelance and I need to catch up. Bill Cunninghamhttp://d2dvd.blogspot.com

    • Glenn Hauman says:

      We keep trying to spread the word– but there's a lot of noise out there to cut through. We do have a good publicity person in Martha Thomases, who was DC's PR goddess during the Death of Superman. And considering we've started from October, we're not unhappy with our growth curve.