Jamie S. Rich is an author and editor who began his career in the early 1990s at Dark Horse Comics before moving to Oni Press, where he was editor in chief from 1998 to 2004. Rich is best known for his collaborations with artist Joëlle Jones on the graphic novels 12 Reasons Why I Love Her and You Have Killed Me. Their most recent and acclaimed collaboration has been Lady Killer, which began in January, 2015. The series received four Eisner Award nominations in 2016.
Rich published his first prose novel, Cut My Hair, in 2000, and his first superhero comic book, It Girl and the Atomics, in 2012. In between, he has worked on multiple projects in both mediums. He has reviewed film for The Oregonian and DVDTalk.com, as well as hosting the comic book interview series Back to the Gutters. His most recent book is Archer Coe and the Way to Dusty Death, released June 2018.
Currently, Rich is a Group Editor in charge of Batman, Wonder Woman, and Green Arrow at DC Comics. He won an Eisner Award in 2017 as part of the editorial team behind the charity comic Love is Love.
Any opinions expressed on this website are Jamie's own and not reflective of his employer.
Lady Killer co-created with Joëlle Jones. First series released in trade paperback September 2015 (Dark Horse)
12 Reasons Why I Lover Her 10th Anniversary hardcover with Joëlle Jones, February 2016 (Oni Press)
The Double Life of Miranda Turner, Vol. 1: If You Have Ghosts with George Kambadais, October 2016 (Image Comics)
Archer Coe & the Way to Dusty Death with Dan Christensen, June 2018 (Oni Press)