Scott Allie

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Scott Allie is a writer and editor from the United States, best known as an editor and executive at Dark Horse Comics from 1994 to 2017. Scott Allie began working as an editor for Dark Horse Comics in September 1994.

Early Life and Childhood

Scott Allie was born on August 20, 1966, in Massachusetts, the United States his age is 56 years old as of 2022 and Allie is a naturalized American citizen who practices Christianity.

Similarly, his birth sign is Leo currently, he is living in Portland, Oregon. However, there is no information available regarding Allie’s parents and siblings.

Allie may not want to share information about his family to keep them out of the spotlight. We hope Allie will provide more information about his family to the media in the future.


Talking about his educational background, there is no information available regarding Allie’s schools, colleges, and academics. Allie might have done his schooling at a community school in Massachusetts.

Later, Allie might have skipped college as he began to write at an early age to pursue his professional career.

Career and Professional Life

Regarding his career, Allie began working as an editor for Dark Horse Comics in September 1994. A month after joining the publisher’s Editorial department, he began editing Mike Mignola’s Hellboy.

In October 2012, he was promoted to editor-in-chief, and in September 2015, he was designated, executive senior editor.

Scott Allie is well recognized for his work on Adventures Into Digital Comics (2006), Hellboy II: The Golden Army – Zinco Epilogue (2008), and Troldspejlet (1989). In 2003, Allie wrote the four-issue miniseries The Devil’s Footprints.

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Caption: Scott Allie with his comic Solomon Kane. Source: Walikali

In 2008, he began work on the miniseries, Solomon Kane, the first two plot arcs of which were adaptations of Robert E. Howard’s stories “The Castle of the Devil” and “Death’s Black Riders.”

He began writing stories for Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9 in 2012, after writing stories for BPRD alongside Mike Mignola. Further, Allie joined Mike Mignola’s ongoing series, Abe Sapien, as the series’ principal writer in 2013.

In September 2017, he revealed his intention to depart the organization to pursue a career as a freelance editor and writer in comics. Later, he collaborated on BPRD: “The Devil You Know” with Mike Mignola.

Social Media

Allie is active on Twitter. He has 10.7k followers on Twitter and owns a Twitter account @scottallie. Moreover, Allie is not available on any other social media sites including Instagram and Facebook.

Brand Endorsements

Scott Allie has not endorsed any brand, nor has he promoted anything, nor has he been seen in any brand collaborations.

Awards and Nomination

Scott Allie was selected as Editor Guest of Honor at the World Horror Convention in 2012.

Scott Allie – Net Worth

Scott Allie is a writer and editor from the United States and has earned a considerable income via his work. Allie’s estimated net worth is around $1 million.

Relationship Status

Scott Allie is married to his beautiful wife Myndi. Allie resides in Portland, Oregon, with his wife and children. However, Allie has not revealed how he met with his wife and dated each other. Allie has kept his personal life private. Also, Allie has not revealed the actual married date.

Allie may be reluctant to share details about his family to keep them out of the limelight. We hope Allie will give the media more information about his family in the future. Moreover, there is no information regarding Allie’s past affairs or girlfriends.

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Caption: Scott Allie with his daughter. Source: Scripts and Scribes


Allie was accused of grabbing and biting one person and participating in other dubious behavior during the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con International convention in San Diego in October 2015.

Allie subsequently published a statement apologizing for his behavior there and stating he was “deeply humiliated by my actions and how my behavior reflects on Dark Horse Comics.”

Dark Horse publisher Mike Richardson made a statement indicating that he and Dark Horse took the reported instances extremely seriously and that action was taken quickly in this particular circumstance.

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Caption: Scott Allie giving a speech. Source: Wilamette Week

On June 24, 2020, former Dark Horse publicist and editor Shawna Gore accused Allie of sexual assault and harassment dating back to 1999. A few hours later, Dark Horse declared the end of its relationship with Allie.

Scott Allie – Body Measurements

Talking about Allie’s height he is 5 Feet 9 inches tall and weighs 83kg. Moreover, Allie’s eye color is brown and his hair color is black. Also, Allie’s shoe size is 9(US).