Ed Catto: Look! Up in the Sky! It’s Jamal Igle’s Supergirl!

Ed Catto

Ed Catto is an entrepreneur and educator. As the founder of Agendae, Ed helps mid-size companies, start-ups and big brands with innovative strategy and marketing initiatives. As an educator, Ed teaches entrepreneurship at Ithaca College. In the world of Pop Culture, Ed wears many hats: a speaker at comic-conventions, a retropreneur for Captain Action and a manager for Ithacon, the nation’s second longest running comic-con. As an illustrator, he was named 2019 Interior Illustrator of the Year in the Pulp Factory Awards and named a 2019 CNY Emerging Artist. Ed and his family have recently returned to the Finger Lakes.

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3 Responses

  1. Mindy Newell says:

    Great article, Ed! As a SUPERGIRL fan (despite some of my critiques), I do look forward to the show every Monday night.

    I don’t know if you know this, but Supergirl was a a huge influence on me as a little girl–to put it simply, and as I’ve said many times in print and at conventions, the original Supergirl was a tremendous and positive image for us Boomers when she debuted in the late 1950’s–here was this barely pubescent girl (I’ve always considered her to be about 12 or 13 when she landed on Earth) who was Superman’s secret weapon–that SHE was the one who pulled his ass out of the fire when he needed help.

  2. Gregory Parker says:

    Great interview!