Mr. Berganza, who had worked at DC Comics for 25 years, had been trailed by accusations of sexual misconduct. Several women said they had complained to the company’s human resources department in 2010, BuzzFeed News reported, and he had been accused of trying to forcibly kiss a woman in a hotel lobby during a conference in 2012.
He was demoted from executive editor to group editor after the 2012 incident.
Since Friday, several women who work in comics have said his continued employment had prevented them from working with DC.
“I’ve been telling people my story for years,” wrote Molly McIsaac, a publicist and writer, who tweeted that Mr. Berganza had groped her.
Marjorie Liu, the Hugo Award-winning writer of “Monstress,” said Mr. Berganza’s presence at the company kept her from writing for it.
“I loved my job at DC until that year that things went south,” tweeted Janelle Asselin, whose accusations were detailed in BuzzFeed’s article. “I never would’ve left if it hadn’t been for DC’s lack of respect for the women who came forward.”
On Twitter, several fans and people who work in the industry faulted DC for not dismissing Mr. Berganza earlier.