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Marvel Editor In Chief Akira Yoshida Unironically Tells Aspiring Artists To Use Real Names

Written by Tim Midura on Wednesday, January 17 2018 and posted in News with Benefits
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Marvel Editor In Chief Akira Yoshida Unironically Tells Aspiring Artists To Use Real Names

Oh the irony.


Source: Twitter

Marvel Editor-In-Chief Akira Yoshida took to Twitter this week to give aspiring artists advice when contacting an editor to show their work. His advice started out straightforward and innocently enough, as he tweeted under his pseudonym C.B. Cebulski about linking to online galleries.

 

 

His second piece of advice is that if you have to send files to editors, send small files.

 

His third piece of advice is where the magic happens. Akira Yoshida tells artists to "ALWAYS use your real name."

 

But if artists use their real names, how can they ever aspire to become Editor-In-Chief? Artists, just create a pseudonym to get around company policy of double dipping as an editor and a creator. It's worked 100% of the time. Sometimes it leads to a promotion. Just ask Yoshida.





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