Marvel Comics assistant editor Christina Harrington has left the company after three years. Harrington, who worked under Mark Paniccia overseeing the X-Men titles, left the company last week for an as-yet-specified new position in the comics industry.
"Today is my last day at Marvel! After three years at the House of Ideas, I'll be starting a new adventure on Monday," Harrington tweeted Friday. "I'm excited for this next step in my career, to meet more wonderful people in this industry and to keep making comics!"
Harrington's departure is the latest in a series of editorial changes at Marvel, with Jordan D. White taking over the X-Men line in exchange for Paniccia and his team now shepherding Marvel's Star Wars titles. In early March, another assistant editor - Heather Antos - left the company for a position outside the industry.