04Meet OurLeadership

David Maisel

Founding Chairman of Marvel Studios and Founder of Mythos Studios


David Maisel is an entertainment visionary, film and theater producer, and the architect of the self-financed and self-producing Marvel Studios. He is the Executive Producer of Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger, and The Angry Birds Movie. At the helm of Livent, Maisel won the Tony Award for Best Musical for the Broadway production, Fosse in 1999.

In 2003, Maisel first conceived of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and joined Marvel where he founded the new Marvel Studios. In 2005, Maisel was promoted to Vice Chairman of Marvel Studios and, in 2006, Maisel was also elevated to the Office of the CEO of Marvel Entertainment. Maisel was promoted to Marvel Studios’ Chairman in 2007 and oversaw the development, production, and launch of the first Iron Man film in 2008. In 2009, Maisel arranged the sale of Marvel to Disney. In 2015, Marvel and Disney recognized and thanked Maisel as the Founding Chairman of Marvel Studios in the credits of Avengers: Age of Ultron.

After leaving Marvel in 2010, Maisel led the creation of a cinematic mythology for the popular Angry Birds game. The Angry Birds Movie opened number one in the world in 2016 and was in the top 15 movies that year.

Maisel launched Mythos Studios in 2018, leading to the launch of the Ekos Genesis Art Collection.

Before starting at Marvel, Maisel had a career spanning many prominent entertainment firms including CAA, The Walt Disney Company, and Endeavor Talent Agency (now Endeavor William Morris).

Clint Kisker

CEO & President of Mythos Studios


Clint Kisker is a leading media executive, entrepreneur, Emmy Award winning producer and now serves as CEO & President of Mythos Studios.

In 2021, he helped launch a web3 native media company built around the iconic character Aku, and separately helped launch ScienceMagic.Studios, a digital asset venture studio.

Previously he co-founded and served as President of MWM, a multimedia entertainment platform that partners with storytellers to bring groundbreaking, award-winning projects to audiences across all platforms, and was twice named to Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies list (2017, 2019). During his tenure, MWM was nominated for 17 Emmy Awards, 6 Academy Awards, 6 Golden Globe Awards, and 14 Tony Awards - winning 3 Emmys (Ron Howard’s "Genius", NatGeo, and animated fan-favorite "The Dragon Prince," Netflix), a Grammy Award (Best Musical Theatre Album) and 8 Tony Awards including 2019’s Best Musical for "Hadestown" from Anaïs Mitchell. Interactive titles include the PC/console game "Creature in the Well" (Flight School/PlayStation-Nintendo), and podcast legend Dan Carlin's immersive World War I VR installation "War Remains".

Christopher Chapman

Head of Web3 at Mythos Studios


Christopher Chapman, pseudonymously known as m3mnoch, began his media career as the co-founder of an interactive agency responsible for one of the world's first 500 web sites and building one of the first internet E-Commerce stores in 1996. This was the whetstone where he honed a fluency in both http and color.

Since then he’s developed award-winning works for a passel of deeply diverse organizations ranging from Universal Pictures and Hasbro to Hewlett-Packard and Motorola to Ore-Ida and ConAgra to Disney and DiC Entertainment. However, in 2017, the lure of Web3 proved heady enough to drag him out of the physical workshops of Walt Disney Imagineering and into the digitally scarce world of NFTs.

Prior to joining Mythos Studios, Chris spent time wending his way through the metaverse, helping to craft Top-50 NFT projects such as The Sandbox, Decentraland, and CyberBrokers, now all successfully launched and burbling happily along in his wake.

Michelle Golding

SVP of Product at Mythos Studios


Michelle Golding oversees the production of Mythos Studios’ web3 endeavors, including NFTs, interactive community and games.

Prior to Mythos, Michelle was a Production Consultant at Decentraland, a web3-native virtual world. Michelle facilitated the land sales, ownership contracts, and process of land development and communication.

Michelle has had a very successful career in the Production realm with The Walt Disney Company, including Strategy and Operations for Disney Interactive Studios. She was a Senior Producer on multiple games across seven platforms and twelve languages, most notably leading the Narnia Game Franchise. She launched “DGamer,” an innovative online game and social network service developed by Disney for use with Nintendo DS games. Michelle was also a leader in Club Penguin’s transition from standard PC play to mobile.

Outside of the game space, Michelle has led significant successful global initiatives for Disney Enterprise Technology.

Frank Mastromauro

Co-Head of Comic Publishing


Frank Mastomauro is a distinguished writer, entrepreneur, and co-founder of the cutting-edge comic book publishing company, Aspen Comics.

Since 2003, Mastomauro has served as president of Aspen Comics, co-creating and writing on critically acclaimed projects such as the widely popular action-comedy comic series, Shrugged, the hard-hitting, Dellec, and his own unique take on the sci-fi genre, Overtaken. Mastromauro became co-owner of Aspen Comics in 2008 after the passing of founder Michael Turner and has since overseen the company’s largest projects and endeavors with Marvel Comics, DC Comics, the Heroes online graphic novel adaptations and the assembly of Aspen’s multimedia ventures with Mythos Studios.

Peter Steigerwald

Co-Head of Comic Publishing


Peter Steigerwald is an acclaimed colorist, painter, artist and co-founder of Aspen Comics, a comic book publishing company focused on premium, innovative properties.

Steigerwald began his career at Image Comics and went on to co-founded Aspen Comics in 2003. He has created and contributed to a multitude of the company’s most iconic covers and projects, including Michael Turner’s Fathom and Soulfire, where Steigerwald’s skill and proficiency catapulted those series to record-breaking heights. Steigerwald has also lent his talents to some of comics’ most popular and best-selling titles including, Captain America: Fallen Son, Civil War and Ultimatum for Marvel Comics and the Eisner-nominated covers for Identity Crisis, Justice League of America, Green Lantern: Rebirth and Rann/Thanagar War for DC Comics.

Carissa Estreller

VP of Marketing at Mythos Studios


Carissa Estreller oversees the marketing and communications efforts for Mythos Studio's initiatives.

Carissa is a seasoned marketing professional who began her career in 2008, right as the social media bubble was taking off. With a proven track record of launching and scaling brands from scratch, she has garnered industry recognition for her campaigns, earning features on Adweek, Digiday, and UPROXX. Carissa's expertise spans a range of disciplines, from brand marketing and digital planning to social strategy and community building. Her versatile background has equipped her with valuable insights across various industries, including entertainment, product, and CPG. With a keen understanding of the digital landscape and an eye for emerging trends, Carissa loves navigating through the ever-evolving world of social media, digital marketing, and now web3.

Nicole Tremaglio

Senior Marketing Manager


Tepu Khan

Marketing Manager


Kirstin Pfeiffer

Executive Coordinator


Nathan Grimshaw

Manager of Product Operations


Laila Malek

Technical Project Manager


Ari Wienert

Executive Coordinator


Mark Roslan

VP of Comic Publishing


Alex Konat



Vince Hernandez

Editor in Chief/Writer

Steph Arias

Marketing Coordinator


Megan Garcia

Office Manager