Media Release — At the 2010 Comic-Con International in San Diego, comics creator and Sony Art Director Mat Broome will be on-hand to showcase the first glimpse at two new innovative projects. The first announcement is of a new creator-owned comic series, following in the footsteps of his last creator-owned series The End League with Rick Remender. Broome’s second announcement will be of an innovative online start-up that will bring together the top creative minds of comics, video games, film, television and music. These two projects underscore a revitalized creative effort by Broome that has been years in the making.
“I’ve been absent from the San Diego Comic Convention for years since I published my own books with Saffire and Skinners,” said Mat Broome,” so it’ll be a blast coming back to the con after publishing several games with a large company like Sony, and returning to comics with 3D knowledge, and a software developers experience. It’s going to allow me to do creative things with my ideas, and new properties that I could have only dreamed of before and make them more accessible to a larger audience.”
Broome leads a dual career, working as an Art Director at Sony Online Entertainment and as Visual Director for the DC Universe Online MMORPG while also illustrating such comic projects as The End League for Dark Horse and Marvel Comics’ Legend of the Blue Marvel. Broome has a long history in the comics industry, having got his start working on Marvel’s X-Force series before joining Jim Lee’s Homage Studios and WildStorm Entertainment working on a variety of projects including his own series Defcon 4. With over twenty years spent in both the comic and video game industries, Broome has first-hand knowledge and front-line experience on the ins and outs of being successful.
“Over the past 25 years in entertainment, I’ve met and worked with an amazing group of creators, In Music, Gaming, Publishing and even Animation,” Broome explained. “There’s been no shortage of talented people all wanting to share and get involved in building relationships with other professionals. Launching my own start up gives me the opportunity to “give back” to as many as possible and help grow the business to others who aren’t in and around Los Angeles.”
Mat Broome will be on-hand during San Diego Comic-Con at Booth #2002, showcasing both projects for both fans and industry colleagues.
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