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Andy Schmidt

This article is about the comic book editor and writer. For the musician, see Stir. For the Henry Winkler film character, see The One and Only (1978 film).
Andy Schmidt
Born Peter Andrewes Schmidt[1]
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer, Editor
Notable works Annihilation
Challenger Deep

Peter Andrewes "Andy" Schmidt is a comic book editor and writer. He is best known for his work at Marvel and is now editing and writing at other companies.

Biography

At Marvel Schmidt was an Associate Editor and mainly worked on the "Marvel Heroes" group of titles under Tom Brevoort. In 2006 he oversaw the Annihilation storyline, a major event involving a range of Marvel's cosmic characters.[2][3][4][5]

In June 2008 it was announced that Schmidt had left Marvel and is now at IDW Publishing editing Star Trek[6] and the revival of G.I. Joe.[7] He has also taken up comic writing, with his first series being Challenger Deep at Boom! Studios,[8] with an announced three-issue comic book adaptation of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.[9][10]

He owns and teaches at Comics Experience, a school dedicated to teaching comics writers and artists.[11][12]

Bibliography

Editor

Comics he has edited include:

Writer

Comics

Comics he has written include:

Books

He has also written about creating comics:

  • The Insider's Guide To Creating Comics And Graphic Novels (176 pages, Impact, February 2009, ISBN 1-60061-022-6)

Notes

References

  • Andy Schmidt at the Comic Book DB

External links

  • Andy Schmidt at ComicSpace

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