Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr ComicsVerse is pleased to announce a host of new opportunities for writers, artists, editors, directors, and producers looking to join our team! Do you love reading comics and discussing them in-depth? Do you love discussing movies, music, television, gaming, or internet subculture? Interested in politics and investigative journalism? This is your chance to share your voice with the world and get YOUR content out there. Being an intern has a ton of perks as well! Along with free press passes to film festivals, conventions, movie and television screenings and recordings, and red carpet events, interns are given many opportunities to meet industry leaders and influencers. In 2016 alone, our interns have helped cover NYCC, Wizard World Philly, NYAFF, SDCC, and Star Trek Mission NY, and have interviewed the likes of Chris Claremont, Greg Capullo, Scott Snyder, Skottie Young, Fabian Nicieza, J.G. Jones, Screen Junkies, BLUE EXORCIST mangaka Kazue Kato, actor Lee Byung-hun, actor-director Yue Song, and directors Lee Joon-ik , Shin Yeon-shick, and Ray Yeung to name a few. Check out the following internships now hiring writers and editors: [star_list] Culture Writing Internship *new internship round beginning October 2016* Politics Writing Internship *new internship round beginning October 2016* Comic TV/Movies Editing Internship *new branch of ComicsVerse Comic TV/Movies Writing Internship *new branch of ComicsVerse Blogging & Social Media Internship *rolling acceptance* Editorial Internship *rolling acceptance* [/star_list]If any of these opportunities interest you, apply now! We would love to hear from you. You do not need to be located around New York to join our team either. Our team hails from all over the globe! Please be aware that all internships are unpaid. To get an idea of who we are, don’t forget to meet the team as well! Want to find out more about our company values? Check out our CEO Justin Alba’s open letter about how comics saved his life!