From ’87-’88, Joanne Spaldo was my Assistant Editor at Marvel. She had at LEAST three male assistant editors who were smitten with her and who were constantly vying for her attention.
I’m not sure who took these shots so I can’t credit them. If you were the photographer, please let me know.
This was the creative and fun atmosphere that the Marvel's creative/editorial/production crew lived in and perpetuated for many years.
Marvel had a culture that fostered creativity, camaraderie, harmless (mostly!) pranks and a love of the workplace that many companies could benefit from.
I count myself lucky to have been a part of it and hope those of you who were not so lucky will get an idea of what it was like from posts on this blog.
Coincidentally (?), this was also an extremely productive and profitable period for the company.
I believe that even the front of the flat files had been covered but, by the time this shot was taken, we had to get some work done so the Xeroxes taped to the drawers had come down.
Even the ceiling light fixtures were covered – from the inside! That took some doing.