1 Career 2 Personal life 3 Awards 4 Notes 5 External links
Schreck, second from left, at the
Legendary Comics panel at the 2012
New York Comic Con. Sharing the stage with him from left to right:
emcee Chris Hardwick, Matt Wagner,
Guillermo del Toro
One of Shreck's earliest jobs in comics was working with Creation
Entertainment in the early 1980s on their Creation conventions. For
much of the 1980s he served as administrative director at Comico
For much of the 1990s Schreck was an editor at Dark Horse Comics,
where he was in charge of (among other titles) Dark Horse Presents.
He left Dark Horse in 1997 and shortly thereafter co-founded Oni
Press with Joe Nozemack. Oni's goal was publishing comics and graphic
novels the founders would want to read. Unsatisfied with the material
that was dominating the industry, they believed firmly that sequential
art could be used to tell virtually any story.
Leaving Oni in 1999, Schreck went to work as an editor at DC Comics,
where he worked on the
1990: Won Inkpot Award 1995:
Won "Best Anthology" Harvey Award for Dark Horse Presents Nominated for "Best Editor" Eisner Award, for Madman, Dark Horse Presents, Rascals in Paradise Nominated for "Best Anthology" Eisner Award, for Dark Horse Presents
Won "Best Anthology" Harvey Award for Oni Double Feature Nominated for "Best Anthology" Eisner Award, for Oni Double Feature
2002: Nominated for "Favorite Editor" Eisner Award, for
^ Miller, John Jackson (June 10, 2005). "Comics Industry Birthdays".
Comics Buyer's Guide. Archived from the original on October 30,
^ a b Thomas, Michael "Reining in a Dark Horse: An Interview with
Diana Schutz", Comic Book Resources, December 20, 2001. Accessed March
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