Ed Catto: Fiction with Purpose

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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  1. George Haberberger says:

    I am 64 years old and the product of 12 years of Catholic education from 1958 to 1970. While it is true that the Catholic Church did not, to my knowledge, endorse mainsteam superhero comics there was a comic series called Treasure Chest that we could subscribe to and was delivered to us at school. It was an anthology title containing a variety of stories, usually lives of saints, sports heroes, and humor strips. The art was by some well-known artist like Reed Crandall and Murphy Anderson.

    And this story featured the election of a black man as president in 1964.