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DC editor-in-chief Marie Javins to lead first-ever ReedPop Industry Summit at NYCC 2023

The first-ever ReedPop Industry Summit is coming to New York Comic Con 2023

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New York Comic Con has had panels and events for comic industry insiders for years, but in 2023 we're creating a capstone event for it all: the ReedPop Industry Summit @ NYCC.

The ReedPop Industry Summit was developed to offer both budding and established professionals the opportunity to connect with each other and hear from others in their industry.

This year's ReedPop Industry Summit @ NYCC is sponsored by Comic Sketch Art, and will offer a mixer for professionals attending New York Comic Con to engage with each other, in addition to a keynote featuring three speakers. The keynote speakers are:

  • Katie Pryde, Owner of Portland, OR bookstore Books With Pictures
  • Tom Taylor, comic book creator (Titans, Superman: Son of Kal-El, Nightwing)
  • Special keynote by Marie Javins, Editor-in-chief of DC.

The ReedPop Industry Summit @ NYCC will be held on Thursday, October 12 in the River Pavilion at the Javits Center from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM with the keynote speakers taking the stage at 8:15 PM. The event is open to industry professionals with Artist Alley, Professional, Panelist, Exhibitor, and Press badge types. Food and beverages will be served.

Check out New York Comic Con 2023's complete Pro Track of programming here.

About NYCC 2023

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