Phil Seuling

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Philip Nicholas Seuling (January 20, 1934–August 21, 1984) was a comic book fan convention organizer and comics distributor primarily active in the 1970s. Seuling was the organizer of the annual New York Comic Art Conventions, originally held in New York City every July 4 weekend throughout the 1970s. Later, with his East Coast Seagate Distribution company, Seuling developed the concept of the direct market distribution system for getting comics directly into comic book specialty shops, bypassing the then established newspaper/magazine distributor method, where no choices of title, quantity, or delivery directions were permitted.


Seuling spent his entire life as a resident of Brooklyn, New York. He was an avid baseball fan and enjoyed watching the Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Giants play. He attended Lafayette High School in Brooklyn, where he acted in school plays and was known as a comic book fan and crossword puzzle enthusiast. Seuling went on to Baruch College briefly before joining the military. He graduated from the City College of New York.

Seuling's theatre training came in handy in 1972, when he performed as a voice actor in Ralph Bakshi's Fritz the Cat movie, doing voices for two characters.

Beginning in 1956, Seuling worked as a Brooklyn school teacher (a pursuit he continued until he founded Seagate in 1974).


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