About InterPop

InterPop is harnessing the emerging landscape of NFT and blockchain technology to revolutionize the way fans interact with digital entertainment (art, comics, games, and more). InterPop drives to bridge the gap between the latest technology and the classical conventions of fandom to create utterly unique experiences without compromising the nostalgia of collectables, comics, and gaming culture.

About InterPopComics.com

We're doing digitally native comics differently with true digital ownership of your titles. You can sell or trade your digital comics -- just like you would with the physical ones you bought in a comic store. We use that digital ownership to give fans the creative power they've always craved in a brand-new, character-driven world known as the Emergents Universe, which is launching with The Nine #0.

Enjoy our comics for free in our e-reader, then buy the whole issue as an NFT. With this ownership comes the ability to engage with the content and have a hand in directing the story’s outcome. Readers will have power over decisions that range from the cosmetic to the cosmic through voting.

InterPop strongly believes that diversity of human experience is critical to creating accessible experiences for *all* of our customers. We encourage everyone to consider being a part of our team.

What we are looking for:

At InterPop, Product Managers identify users’ needs and business objectives, articulate a vision for their product based on those needs and objectives, and then work with internal and external partners to make that vision into reality. Our Product Managers guide both day-to-day operations and the future growth and development.


We seek a pop-cultureentertainment-loving, user-focused, highly organized, and technically savvy human to product manage InterPopComics.com and its proprietary comics sales and reader platform. 

Responsibilities:

  • Partner with the comics business team to create and communicate go-to-market and sales strategy for InterPopComics.com that is in line with user/customer needs and our overall company goals.
  • Build trusting relationships with internal and external stakeholders through collaboration and communication.
  • Rally cross-functional internal and external teams to discover and deliver features and solutions for the InterPopComics.com platform.
  • Partner with engineering and UX to collaboratively transform validated problems and insights into valuable and deliverable solutions.
  • Partner with the editorial and comic production departments to release new comic content on a weekly basis.
  • Manage the day-to-day relationship with external software development vendors.
  • Accomplish team objectives in an Agile fashion – continuously learning and improving within your team and our larger product organization.

 About you:

  • You possess empathy for your users, and have a highly developed understanding of what pop-culture consumers want and why they want it.
  • You thrive in diverse and inclusive environments.
  • You are a natural collaborator and excellent communicator who seeks out new perspectives and incorporates your coworkers’ excellence and experience into your thinking.
  • You bring a strong ability to create alignment, understanding, and to help translate between technology, UX, and business-oriented perspectives.
  • You have experience working with agile development teams and are comfortable using JIRA to track and manage agile development.
  • You are energized by solving interesting problems, learning new things, and working with smart people.
  • You are comfortable using standard business software, including Google’s suite of products (including Google Analytics), Adobe Acrobat, and MS Excel. 
  • You have an interest in comics and knowledge of the business behind comics is a plus, but not a requirement.
  • Note: The Product Manager position does not have creative input in or control of our comics or IP development.

We offer:

  • Full remote work
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Competitive compensation 
  • Full benefits
  • Unlimited PTO
  • 401k matching

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