Eric Gladstone writes comics that slap.
Eric Gladstone writes comics, including No Holds Bard, about the iambic adventures of William Shakespeare, which was the subject of a successful Kickstarter in 2018. He has also written Strike 3, Deadly Game, It’s All in a Smile, and Muscle Mime, in addition to dozens of screenplays, treatments, and pilots.
Eric Gladstone writes acclaimed AAA games.
Eric Gladstone was the senior voice-over dialogue writer for Gazillion’s Marvel Heroes franchise. He wrote over 25,000 lines for members of The X-Men, The Guardians of the Galaxy, and The Avengers while working closely with narrative designers.
Eric Gladstone produces rad animation.
Eric Gladstone was production manager for AOK Digital, making subversive adult animation.
There are many people named Eric Gladstone, but this one is the best.
Eric Gladstone is a writer, production associate, comic book expert, fighting game champion, and voice actor living in Los Angeles, California. He’s pretty good with WordPress and Adobe CC. If he were to appear on Jeopardy, he’d win.
He is not the Eric Gladstone Assistant Professor of Management at the Gatton College of Business & Economics at the University of Kentucky. Nor is he the Eric Gladstone who is a food and beverage expert in Las Vegas and former editor of Grand Royal Magazine. According to LinkedIn, there are at least nine Erics Gladstone.
This Eric worked directly under comic book legend Stan Lee at POW! Entertainment, where he was a creative editor and content creator, responsible for diverse tasks, such as managing photography, video editing, account management, file systems management, content development, and personally assisting Stan in day-to-day tasks. Many of the photos Eric took can be seen in Taschen’s The Stan Lee Story, completed shortly before Lee’s death.
Additionally, Eric served as support staff for the DC Universe show Titans, and as a production coordinator in the graphics department of Buddha Jones, a full-service ad agency with clients such as Disney, Netflix, Amazon, HBO, Warner Bros, and Universal. Trailers he worked on could be seen at the 2019 Super Bowl, The Oscars, Emmys, Game Awards, and theaters everywhere.