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I've been reading comics on a regular basis since "The Death of Superman" storyline captured my imagination in 1992 at the age of 9. My parents fully supported my oncoming comic book addiction by driving me to the comic shop every week on Wednesdays, schedules permitting. At around that same time, I realized I wanted to be involved in the comics world in one way or another.
I went to college at Ohio Wesleyan University where I met my future wife, got a degree in creative writing and literature and also scored an internship at Wizard. After graduating the next year, I stayed around my hometown of Toledo, Ohio until a spot opened up at Wizard. I interviewed for the job in the research department and wound up getting it. I was at Wizard for about four years where I learned a lot about the magazine business and eventually worked my way up to Associate Editor of ToyFare. Moving to New York has lead to me living in a bunch of towns no one's ever heard of like Nyack, Stony Point and New Windsor.
Since 2009 I've been freelancing full time which has been both nerve wracking and a lot of fun. I've written for Maxim.com, UGO.com, Marvel.com and a number of others, with CBR being the most recent. My main gig is covering the wild and diverse world of comics coming out from Image along with a few other topics here and there.
FIRST COMIC: A stack from a neighbor that included the first four issues of "Captain Carrot & The Zoo Crew," "Fantastic Four" #335 and "New Teen Titans" #19 among others.
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Superman, Creeper, Batman, Captain America, pretty much anyone who's interesting.
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DC Collectibles revealed December goodness while Kotobukiya upgrades Iron Man's armor, Hot Toys chills with some Snowtroopers and much more.
After more than a decade, Joe Mad revives "Battle Chasers" with a Kickstarter-fueled video game and three long-awaited new issues of the comic book.
Veteran animation producer Marty Isenberg discusses Disney XD's take on "Guardians of the Galaxy" and how, like the film, family is at its heart.
Funko and Underground Toys have new Star Wars items while Sideshow, Kotobukiya and Executive Replicas flip to comic characters for inspiration.
CBR spoke with the "Box Office Poison" cartoonist about his new Top Shelf OGN that shows how adulthood and and children can alter adult friendships.
Everyone from Hasbro and Hot Toys to Kotobukiya, Funko and more debuted their "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" toys and collectibles this week!
Gigantic new figures including Hot Toys Nick Fury, Mondo Leonardo and Executive Replica Sheena make the rounds this week.
Diamond Select Toys unveils more Marvel and movie Minimates while Play Arts Kai shows off Black Widow and Captain America.
Mike Carey and Mike Perkins blend an original horror tale with real-world history and geography in their haunted house thriller, "Rowans Ruin."
Sideshow's Sabertooth looks ready to rumble with Kotobukiya's Magik, plus lots of Pops from Funko and two takes on Boba Fett.
Mairghread Scott and Kelly and Nicole Matthews place "Macbeth's" trio of witches centerstage in a new limited series from Archaia.
Hot Toys delivers cinematic takes on Quicksilver and Ant-Man, Batman gets a steampunk makeover plus more from Sideshow, Funko and beyond.
Star Wars and Marvel Comics characters dominate the week thanks to Hasbro, Hot Toys and Mr. Potato Head.
Hot Toys' "Ant-Man," classic Batman, a new life for an old toy line and all the Comic-Con collectibles we couldn't get to earlier.
Comic-Con International: San Diego has come gone and gone, and with it a metric ton of reveals from DC Collectibles, Hasbro, NECA and many more!
IDW Publishing will release a new "Back to the Future" comic headed by screenwriter Bob Gale who filled CBR in on what's next for Marty & Doc.
It's a busy week as the first "Batman v Superman" figures arrive, new Comic-Con exclusives, "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and much, much more!
Si Spurrier spoke with CBR about sci-fi serial killers and altered humans in his and "Six-Gun Gorilla" co-creator Jeff Stokely's "The Spire."
With this week's reveals, Hasbro, Kotobukiya, Bif Bang Pow, Gentle Giant, Lego and more make us all want to head to San Diego with bags of money.
Writer Michael Benedetto teams with artist Antonio Fuso to adapt James Sallis' novel "Drive" into a new limited series.