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    High expectations lead to a feeling of disappointment

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    If you're into comic books, it can be really fun to have a hand in bringing characters like Spider-Man and the X-Men to "life". Working directly in the publishing group can be fast-paced and exciting, and everyone you meet will think it's awesome you work at Marvel.


    Management tends to treat employees dismissively, a culture of fear and surveillance is cultivated as a motivational tool. Favoritism and politics play a large part in promotion opportunities, it seems like everyone is a vice-president of something.

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    Marvel will never hang our on to their best and brightest employees without treating them a bit better, but as long as they're making bags of money, they don't really have any incentive to change.

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    Graphic Design Intern Interview

    Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
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    I applied online. The process took 1 dayinterviewed at Marvel Publishing (New York, NY) in April 2010.


    Since I applied to numerous paid positions with Marvel over the years and never even got so much as a reply back, I decided to do a little "experiment". I decided to apply to one of their hundreds of un-paid internships. And whaddya know?! I got an interview… sort of. This so-called interview was one of the most negative and stand-offish experiences I've had to endure… To make a long story short, the AD sat behind me and worked away while his clueless subordinate undermined my portfolio page by page. I had a book full of projects featuring Marvel characters from a now defunct comic book magazine. This fact was completely ignored. To top it all off, at the end of this ego-killing-sit-down, Mr. AD's subordinate mentioned "some future freelance work". I realized this was BS when I never heard back… from anyone. Have fun being under Mickey's rule Marvel… I hear "the Rat" is a Tyrant.

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    • Got the message that this internship was already filled when Mr. AD asked me "Have you been told about internships in other departments?" Thanks for wasting my time Marvel.   Answer Question

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Headquarters New York, NY
Size Unknown
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Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Media
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Marvel Publishing is ready to reveal its secret identity: It is the world's largest publisher of comic books, with a library of some 5,000 characters, including Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, Spider-Man, and X-Men. It earns money from sales of advertising and subscriptions, and from other publishing operations, including custom comics and digital media activities. In addition to subscriptions, Marvel's comics are sold through specialty comic shops, and traditional retail locations such as book stores and newsstands. Along with film production and ... More

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