Eddie Berganza is an American former comics writer and editor. He was a Group Editor for DC Comics until 2017.
Berganza has been recognized for his work with nominations for the Comics Buyer's Guide Fan Award for Favorite Editor in 1998, 1999, and 2000. He has written for such DC titles as Supergirl, Titans and Wednesday Comics, and edited numerous comics such as Blackest Night and the year-long maxi-series Brightest Day with Rex Ogle and Adam Schlagman.
By April 10, 2012, Berganza was demoted to Group Editor of DC Comics after an alleged "series of indiscretions". On April 20, 2016, Berganza's name was linked to reports of a DC employee accused of multiple incidents of sexual harassment. DC Comics suspended Berganza on November 11, 2017, a day after BuzzFeed reported that several women accused him of sexual harassment. On November 13, 2017, DC terminated Berganza's employment.
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