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Comic Book Jobs: Checking Out Craigslist




Posted by Tom Mason Categories: Conventions, Editorials, Movies

Girls LoveIt's that time of the week again! Time to check out my favorite website for job listings in the wide-ranging and eclectic field of comic book jobs.

Here's what's happening on craigslist:

A production company in the San Fernando Valley (California) is "seeking a lead actress for a live action comic book film." For the right superheroine, they'll be $350 per day. "Think comic book meets really goofy lines and fight scenes."

And if you're a guy, they're also looking for a villain. But comic book movie villainy pays less, $125 per day.

The Los Angeles Comic Book And Science Fiction Convention is looking for vendors interesting in setting up at their April 17th show.

Nostalgic Books and Comics in San Gabriel (California) is looking for "any comic-related costume people who may be interested in showing up and being a part of" their Free Comic Book Day celebration.

For various locations around the Los Angeles area, an unnamed company is looking for comic book instructors for their after-school programs. They claim to pay very well. "This job involves instructing elementary aged children in basic comic book/drawing techniques and leading classes with positive energy, fun, and professionalism."

In New York City, a comic book mail order company that deals in vintage comics needs "a full-time Receptionist / Administrative Assistant at their Union Square gallery." They're paying $10 an hour.

In midtown New York, a "very cool, very real, comic book company is looking for a summer intern or two to come help, learn, and hangout in NYC and help us build the best comic delivery system ever!" It's a paid internship.

Good luck, job seekers!

[Artwork: Girls' Love, a vintage comic from Found In Mom's Basement]

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