Monday, March 19, 2012

Former Marvel Editor Nicole Boose Offers Critiques on Creators Workshop!

We're pleased to announce that comic book editor Nicole Boose has joined the Creators Workshop, providing critiques to members.

Nicole is a former editor for Marvel Comics where she edited titles including Cable & Deadpool, Iron Man and Stephen King's Dark Tower adaptation.

She was also part of the editorial team that produced the Marvel Illustrated adaptations of literary classics, and was involved in Marvel’s custom publishing program, which does comic projects with partners outside of Marvel.

Currently, Nicole is a freelancer, providing edits on a number of titles, including several from Mark Millar.

She is also a contributing writer on GeekMom.com, where she wrote a comics-related article entitled, What Comics Taught Me About Parenting.

Nicole has an interest in comics education, and she lives near Cleveland, Ohio with her family.

Nicole will be checking in on a regular basis, and has already provided a detailed, helpful critique to a member she selected.


The Creators Workshop is an on-going community of writers, artists, colorists, and letterers all dedicated to getting published and improving their craft. It's a community focused on making comics!

Our members post their work, critique each other, and discuss all aspects of creating comics in our members-only forums. But in addition to all that, members are eligible each month for critique by our instructors and special guests!

Nicole Boose has now joined our regular line-up that includes working comic book editors, writers, artists, colorists and more.

Welcome to the Workshop, Nicole!



If you want to make comics, write or draw comics, or improve as a comics creator, you'll find like-minded friends and colleagues in our online workshops and courses. We hope to see you there!

Posted by Rob Anderson
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