DC Comics Fires Editor Eddie Berganza Over Assault Allegations

DC Comics Fires Editor Eddie Berganza Over Assault Allegations

DC Comics Fires Editor Eddie Berganza Over Assault Allegations

Berganza had been under intense scrutiny after a BuzzFeed exposé article over the weekend linked him to several past incidents of sexual harassment or outright assault with female DC Comics employees. "But as a fan and supporter, I expect them and Warner Bros to do the right thing and fire Eddie Berganza".

All of the women who spoke to Buzzfeed regarding the allegations no longer work for DC Comics and one woman spoke anonymously due to the fact that her boyfriend still does work for the company.

Berganza had worked with DC since the early 1990s, both as a writer on titles including Superman, Batman/Superman and Wednesday Comics and an editor on many of DC's highest profile launches of the past decade, including Justice League, Infinite Crisis and Blackest Night.

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DC Comics editor Eddie Berganza has been fired by the company after at least three different women, all of whom were former employees at DC, alleged that he sexually assaulted them. He rose through the ranks at DC to become the company's executive editor in 2010, despite persistent rumors regarding his inappropriate workplace behavior.

Among the stories recounted in the BuzzFeed article is Liz Gehrlein Marsham's account that, within weeks of being hired as an editor at DC Comics, Berganza forcibly kissed her and attempted to grope her at a bar near DC's former New York City offices. Before he was sacked, he was overseeing Dark Knights: Metal, a special series that is reportedly one of DC's biggest-selling titles now.

Asselin described Berganza's promotion to executive editor as 'massively demoralising'.

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Those fears were apparently well-founded: As BuzzFeed notes, "among the women who reported Berganza to human resources, none still work for DC", and all have moved away from working in mainstream comics publishing.

In a 2012 email to his fellow editors Berganza wrote: 'You have my word, I will not allow this to happen again. The woman herself later said she was too scared to report the coercion, but allegations surfaced in a Bleeding Cool article, which initially did not name Berganza. She told BuzzFeed that all the women she knew who were involved in the complaint eventually left DC.

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