Russ Jones

Russ Jones (born July 16, 1942 in Ontario) is a Canadian novelist, illustrator, and magazine editor, active in the publishing and entertainment industries over a half-century, best known as the creator of the magazine Creepy for Warren Publishing. As the founding editor of Creepy in 1963, he is notable for a significant milestone in comics history by proving there was a readership eager to read graphic stories in a black-and-white magazine format rather than in a color comic book.During the mid-1960s, Jones also pioneered the presentation of original comics formatted directly for paperback books, such as Christopher Lee's Treasury of Terror (Pyramid, 1966).
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  • 8 Tools I Discovered At #Pubcon 2014

    … it without any pressure to hire his agency, and the site affiliation with Vertical Measures is barely noticeable at all. Cost: Free API: N/A Website: Group interviews This is a pretty neat way to allow content creators to crowd source ideas amongst a group of experts. It’s mostly being used by the digital…

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  • How To Turn A Product Description Into Great Product Story

    “Describe your product. They’ll buy.”– that is about as likely as whistling and expecting a dinosaur to come out of the woods, longing for a pat on its head. Dinosaurs won’t come tumbling out, and it’s about that hard to woo customers. You’d need to sell your products — but everything you know about selling needs to wait. On the web, something else takes precedence: It’s called “connect”.

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