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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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New publisher Antix Press debuts this weekend at the Alternative Press Expo, offering a trade paperback of Ed Clayton's “Dr. Grave” and a sampler of future series. CBR spoke with Antix Editor-in-Chief Francis Lombard about the new operation.
This week sees the release of “Hellboy: In the Chapel of Moloch,” the first full- length Hellboy comic to be drawn by creator Mike Mignola since 2005. CBR spoke with Mignola about the one-shot and the challenges of finding enough hours in the day.
BOOM! star writer Michael Allan Nelson talks about his new miniseries, “Hexed," which follows the adventures of a beautiful Brazilian thief in her quest for rare mystical objects. Includes an exclusive eight page preview.
Inspired by the legend of a human-shaped stain in an asylum basement, Joshua Dysart & Ron Wimberly created for MySpace DHP a strip about their real-life experience in "one of of the most haunted places on earth."
On sale now is Dark Horse's collection of "Basic Instructions" by Scott Meyer, who we spoke with about the popular strip and his exclusive comics-themed strip appearing here on CBR.
Biology professor Jay Hosler returns to comics with "Optical Allusions," an adventure into the mysteries of the eye. We discuss the project and the academic response to his earlier award-winning, science-focused comics.
"The End League" enters its second arc with this week's #5, where things go from bad to worse. We spoke with Rick Remender and new series artist Eric Canete about their dystopian superhero adventure.
CBR News spoke with the Fillbach Brothers, creators of “Maxwell Strangewell” and artists on “Star Wars: Clone Wars,” about their new big rig zombie adventure, "Roadkill," on sale in December.
In "Broken Girls," psychopathic rich girls have to fight their way out of a twisted school/prison. CBR spoke with writers Rob Beales and Cuitla Huezo about the original graphic novel.
UDON releases "Apple" volume 2 this month, continuing its series of popular art books highlighting the work of Korean artists and animators. CBR News spoke with UDON's Matt Moylan.
Steve Niles's “City of Dust” from Radical looks at what happens when monsters return to a world that's been stripped of imagination. CBR News spoke with Niles about the five-issue miniseries, which begins this week.
School is back in session at Comics Experience. Taking over from founder Andy Schmidt, Spidey scribe Dan Slott will teach the writing track while DC Comics editor Michael Siglain will oversee students of art.
“Farscape” returns in November courtesy of BOOM! Studios, with Rockne O'Bannon at the helm. CBR checked in with the writer to see how jumping from TV to comics has changed the world of “Farscape” and that of its creator.
With the epic "All Star Superman" concluded with this week's issue #12, CBR News sat down with artist Frank Quitely to discuss his hugely acclaimed work with Grant Morrison on the best-selling DC Comics series.
UK cartoonist Liz Greenfield serves up a "Steak and Kidney Punch" as the second of Dark Horse's recruits from the Stumptown Comics Festival to appear in MySpace Dark Horse Presents. We spoke with her about the project.
Whatever happened to the Monocle & Jimmy Specs? Writer Denis Faye talks to CBR about his pulp inspired, self-published duo, and the possibility of future stories set in the Monocle-verse.
Dark Horse hunted for new talent at Stumptown, and their first find is on MySpace Dark Horse Presents. We talk with Sarah Oleksyk about her ghost story parody, “Previously Possessed.”
With “Street Fighter IV” hitting video game consoles next year, UDON returns to its roots with three new series based on the franchise. CBR spoke with writer Ken Siu-Chong and artist Jeffrey “Chamba” Cruz about “Street Fighter II Turbo."
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Coinciding with the final volume of "Rex Mundi," series creator Arvid Nelson and artist Brian Churilla present "Hill of Martyrs," a web comic tie-in beginning in August with the first installment exclusively on CBR.