I first met Brad Meltzer in 2004 at Comic-Con International: San Diego (SDCC). I had never attended SDCC before and, fresh out of college, I made the trip hoping to form some connections in the comic book industry and hopefully secure a job. Brad, who had just seen the first issue of Identity Crisis hit and was managing a long line of admirers, took the time to give me advice and sign a poster of that book’s first issue with “I feel like we’re family”—you don’t forget stuff like that.A couple of years later, I found myself a staff writer at Wizard Magazine working the DC Comics beat. With Brad announced as writing a relaunched Justice League of America series spinning out of Infinite Crisis, I looked forward to being able to help promote the project and, more selfishly, get to talk comics with one of my favorite people on a regular basis. Over the next several months we walked the tightrope of generating buzz for the line-up, the villains, etc. without giving away too much.It’s 2020 now, and Brad’s son, a little kid when I first corresponded with his dad, has graduated high school. I spent a decade working… Read full this story
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