Brevoort Talks "Captain America's" Shocking, Controversial Twist
Kelly has a degree in Sequential Art from The Savannah College of Art & Design. Her love of comics and superheroes have compelled her since she first discovered them as a teenager. Currently living in Manhattan with her boyfriend and a pitiful lack of pets, Kelly is the creator of CSBG's She Has No Head! and the 3 Chicks Review Comics Podcast, as well as CBR's VS! column. She's also a former CBR reviewer and a writer of comics and novels.
Kelly writes the "Jem and The Holograms" comic from IDW Publishing, is co-writer of Marvel's "Captain Marvel & The Carol Corps" and writer/creator of the graphic novel "Heart In A Box" from Dark Horse Comics. She's also published two novels -- "The Girl Who Would Be King" and "Storykiller." She's represented by The Irene Goodman Agency and managed by Principato Young.
FIRST COMIC: "Uncanny X-Men" #290
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Batman and a smorgasbord of female runner ups? Batwoman, Wonder Woman, Cass Cain/Batgirl, Rogue, Emma Frost, Michonne, Agent 355, Big Barda...the list goes on and on.
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Kieron Gillen gives readers a look inside Scott Summers' head for "Uncanny X-Men" #19 as he morphs from the lone remaining Phoenix into Dark Phoenix and back to himself again.
Jeff Lemire takes a look at John Constantine's past and gives some insight into his early relationship with Zatanna in "Justice League Dark" #0.
Joshua Hale Fialkov and Andrea Sorrentino give readers the long awaited origin story of our anti-hero Andrew Bennett in "I, Vampire" #0.
Brian Wood and David López continue their excellent X-Men run that effortlessly blends big ideas and more intimate character work into good solid superhero comics.
In times of real trouble for the United States, "Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" sees Miles considering joining the biggest heroes around: The Ultimates.
Batwoman #0 is full of beautiful art and one well-considered moment that makes it all well worth reading.
Selina Kyle gets another new origin story for Zero Month, courtesy of Ann Nocenti and Adriana Melo in "Catwoman" #0 -- sort of -- and it's a mess.
Cullen Bunn and Francesco Francavilla bring readers part one of a compelling mystery staring Captain America and Black Widow, potentially on opposite sides in "Captain America and Black Widow" #636.
Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo bring an odd tale about (and from the perspective of) Kade Kilgore, King of the Hellfire Club, and in one way or another, a future player in the lives of the X-Men.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo bring a rare look at Bruce Wayne before he became Batman in "Batman" #0.
Eric Shanower and Skottie Young's latest Oz adaptation "Road to Oz" #1 is off to a beautiful but slow start.
A disconnect between the writing and art keeps Paul Levitz and Kevin Maguire's "Worlds' Finest" #0 from fulfilling its potential.
Buddy Baker gets a revised origin that makes a good deal of sense in Jeff Lemire and Steve Pugh's "Animal Man" #0.
Looker, formerly of the Outsiders, gets a second chance in "National Comics: Looker #1." Unfortunately, the one-shot doesn't give enough to let her shine.
Three short stories set in the "Adventure Time" world prove funny, sweet, and in perfect tonal synch with the cartoon, making it a great companion for the show.
It's Sinister vs. The Phoenix Force in "Uncanny X-Men" #17 as Sinister defends himself from a small crew of X-Men trying to rescue the Phoenix Five who've lost their power to six clones of Madelyn Pryor.
Mysteries are revealed in "Rachel Rising" #10 as Rachel finally has a conversation with the blonde woman that has been following her since the first issue and Jet's path takes a dark turn.
Christos Gage and Andrea Di Vito bring a moment of heart to this issue of "Avengers Academy," which only serves to make the ending all the more heart wrenching.
With Namor, Colossus, and Magik out of the picture, the Phoenix Force rests solely with Emma and Scott just as Hope's promise begins to show in "Avengers Vs. X-Men" #10.
Brian Wood's "X-Men" #34 delivers on story and character, but badly misses David Lopez's art as our heroes continue their search for their mutant ancestors.