Friday February 10, 2012 6:52 am
Comic Book Jobs: Checking Out Craigslist
As many of you already know, I love the Craigslist as the perfect opportunity to find the oddest of comic book jobs.
And here’s one now: in Philadelphia, the comic book publisher Zenescope is looking for an actress to portray Alice in Wonderland.
Manga translators are needed in San Francisco.
A “multimedia company” wants to share a booth with you at Comic Con International this year.
A “comic book style film” needs female actresses for $100 a day.
Remember Nick Cuti’s Moonchild character? Someone’s acquired the audio rights and is looking for a model who looks as much like her as humanly possible.
MackVision Entertainment needs an intern for their new Motion Comics series.
A “Superboy movie” scheduled to shoot in Los Angeles is still looking for their Superboy.
The After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles (ASAS-LA) is looking for “Program Leaders” to teach some classes. One of them is Comic Book Art.
A Chicago-based comic book company is looking for women to pose for a new comic book.
Good luck, job seekers!
[Artwork: Superboy, © DC Comics]
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