Comics industry reacts to Mike Marts departure from DC

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News dropped earlier today that longtime Batman editor Mike Marts is leaving DC Comics for a high-level position at industry rival Marvel.  Marts returns to Marvel, where he worked as an editor from the mid-‘90s to the mid-aughts, as the new Executive Editor.  Many creators and editors sounded off on Twitter regarding Marts, and the move:

Batman, Detective Comics writer Scott Snyder

Detective Comics writer and Chew co-creator John Layman

Marvel Editor-In-Chief and former Vertigo Editor Axel Alonso tweeted this photo:

This move is significant considering the Batman family of books at DC is perhaps one of the highest-selling and most influential lines in mainstream comics.

Notably, Mike Marts oversaw Grant Morrison’s epic, multi-year Batman saga, and introduced superstar Scott Snyder in the pages of Detective Comics when he was still a relative unknown.

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began his writing career at the tender age of 17, finding publication on the geek humor website the-iss.com. He moved on to writing film, comic book, and music reviews for his collegiate newspaper, where he is now a contributing sports columnist. He is also a media and culture examiner on examiner.com
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