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I started reading comics with a ratty copy of Marvel's "Transformers" #1, followed in short order by such memorable titles as "Alf" and "Madballs." After growing out of those, I came back to comics when a friend bought me the "Death of Superman" trade--event comics work! I followed the characters seen there into "Justice League," which, rummaging through back issues, got me hooked on Giffen/DeMatteis/Maguire's "JLI," still one of my absolute favorite series. I read Steven T. Seagle and Teddy Kristiansen's "House of Secrets" long before I was ready, which cemented my interest in Vertigo and other Mature Readers and indie books. Now, I've been reading comics longer than I haven't and enjoy a little bit of everything.
I have written for CBR since 2006. By day I am an Academic Marketing Manager for the University of Michigan Press, which is awesome in an entirely different way.
Illustration by Jesse Gregg
FIRST COMIC: Marvel's "Transformers" #1
FAVORITE CHARACTER: I tend to follow creators more than characters, but I'll probably always read "Hellblazer" and I'm a sucker for a good Batman story.
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We continue our conversations with the Dark Horse editors with Tim Ervin, editor of such manga titles as “Lone Wolf and Cub,” “Gantz,” "Appleseed," and webcomic collections like "Megatokyo" and "Basic Instructions."
CBR begins a series of in-depth interviews with the Dark Horse editorial team with Senior Managing Editor Scott Allie, who is responsible for “Umbrella Academy,” “Buffy Season 8," the Mignola-verse and more.
Debuting in March is ComicArts, a line of art books from publisher Harry N. Abrams. We spoke with Executive Editor Charles Kochman about the imprint that includes studies of Harvey Kurtzman and the erotic work of Joe Shuster.
From the minds of Stephen Baldwin & Andrew Cosby, “The Remnant” finds a retired CIA agent at the heart of a great mystery. We spoke with scripter Caleb Monroe about the new BOOM! Studios series.
Webcomics creator Jamaica Dyer tell us why it's dangerous to taunt a hobo in her new MySpace Dark Horse Presents strip, “The Nightmare of the Wine Hobo."
Ed Clayton's unlikely crusader returns to comics in 2009 with “Dr. Grave and the Carnival of Blood,” and the first issue is free.CBR spoke with Clayton about the new series and other incarnations of evil.
Street Fighter fans will want to pull themselves away from the new games to find out what UDON's Ken Siu-Chong and Omar Dogan have to say about Chun-Li's origin in "Street Fighter Legends: Chun-Li."
Dark Horse releases “Rex Mundi” #15 this week, catapulting Dr. Sauniere, Genevieve, Isabelle, and the Duke of Lorraine toward their final fates. Arvid Nelson tells us what's next and updated the movie.
Find out what happens when superheroes unionize in “The League,” a short film by Kyle Higgins & Alec Siegel. We spoke with Higgins about the project and the appeal of grown-up sidekicks.
Chucky returns this month in a new miniseries from Devil's Due. Written by Jason M. Burns, “Chucky” will explore the dark and twisted realm of reality television.
Junior advertising executive Dave Sloan thinks his co-workers are demons from Hell -- and he may be right. CBR News spoke with Chris Yost and Scott Wegener about their new Image Comics series, “Killer of Demons."
CBR talks to writer Rick Remender about “Gigantic,” the new Eric Nguyen-drawn series from Dark Horse that puts the planet Earth at the mercy of giant robots in a ratings war with millions of other reality TV channels.
Larry Marder returns to his popular and quirky creations in the “Beanworld Holiday Special,” coming this month from Dark Horse. CBR caught up with Marder to discuss the special, the series' long hiatus and what's next.
We spoke with editor Eric Stephenson about Image's third music-inspired anthology, based on the work of indie group Spearmint, featuring stories by Chynna Clugston-Flores, Jamie S. Rich, Jamie McKelvie, Kieron Gillen and more.
The longest-running Vertigo series sees an extra-sized 250th issue this month, featuring work by "Hellblazer" alumni and incoming writer Peter Milligan, who talks about his plans for dark anti-hero John Constantine.
Before Joe Biden takes office, catch up with the often ignoble history of U.S. Vice Presidents with “Veeps: Profiles in Insignificance.” We talk to writer Bill Kelter about the 46 men who've been a heartbeat away from the presidency.
The legendary "Creepy" is back and on MySpace Dark Horse Presents, courtesy of writer Andrew Mayer and Lukas Ketner. CBR spoke with Ketner about the web comic, classic horror comics, and being “too professional.”
We sit down with Director of Content John Cerilli to wish Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited a happy birthday and talk about the program's first year, its foray into original content, and what readers can expect in the future.
Just in time for this month's releases of Dark Horse's “Umbrella Academy: Dallas” #1 by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá, CBR speaks with Bá about his approach to drawing the series, examininghis process through layouts, line art, and final coloring.
“The Cleaners” have the dirty job of tidying up after grisly crime scenes. But the stars of the new Dark Horse series by Wheaton, Fialkov and Ekedal are driven to use their talents to solve unsolvable crimes.