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In the 1980s, Catherine Yronwode served as Editor-in-Chief of Eclipse Comics. Her tenure as EIC brought forth such notable works as Alan Moore’s Miracleman, Dave Stevens’ the Rocketeer and Scott McCloud’s Zot! After Eclipse went bankrupt, she worked in Claypool Comics’ production department. She got a letter printed in Fantastic Four #207 (cover date: June 1979), pointing out the delicate balance Marvel should maintain between utilizing their continuity and expanding into new territory.

Fantastic Four letters page with Cat Yronwode
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  • BIO >> Cyberspace Steve was introduced to comics at a very early age and was turned into a Marvel Zombie within a year. When he became an adult-like person, he opened up the online comic shop, Cyberspace Comics.
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