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Early on my mom came up with the plan to introduce me to reading via comics. Her plan worked and gave me both a lifelong love of reading and comics. The earliest comics I remember were some Spider-Man stories where he fought the Kingpin and an issue of Marvel’s “Star Wars” where Darth Vader battled a cyborg. My early comic habit got a regular fix whenever we’d take the Ohio Turnpike to visit my grandparents in Pennsylvania. We’d stop at a rest stop and I’d get a three pack of mostly Gold Key books like “Grimm’s Ghost Stories” or reprints of “Turk: Son of Stone.”
In the ‘80s I started collecting super hero books on a regular basis with “Thing” #24, where he battled the Rhino. From there I picked up a ton of Marvel books. Several years later I was introduced to the DC Universe via books like “Batman: The Killing Joke” and “Suicide Squad.” Later my tastes branched out as I discovered companies like Dark Horse and DC’s Vertigo imprint. Currently I’m a huge fan of all forms of genre comics: super hero, crime, action, horror, science fiction and fantasy
When I’m not writing for CBR I’m usually toiling away at the public library I work at or working on book reviews or other pop culture related ramblings at my blog.
FIRST COMIC: “Amazing Spider-Man” & “Star Wars”
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Spider-Man, Captain America, The Thing and Luke Cage
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"Ghost Rider" will see Johnny Blaze's mission of vengeance against Zadkiel get even more personal as Blaze faces off against his own brother, Danny Ketch. Jason Aaron gave us the details.
This October, Wolverine's history with San Francisco's Chinatown comes back to haunt him in "Wolverine: Manifest Destiny." CBR spoke with writer Jason Aaron about the project.
The battle of “World War III” ends this week in “G.I. Joe: America’s Elite” #36, the series finale. We spoke with creators Mark Powers & Mike O’Sullivan about the title, and the possible end of 26 years of Real American Continuity.
In the fully painted “X-Men Origin: Jean Grey,” Sean Mckeever & Mike Mayhew take fans back to the early years of the X-Men. We speak with the pair and editor Nick Lowe about the August one-shot.
In September's "Civil War: House of M," writer Christos Gage takes readers back to the alternate reality for a look at how Magneto became master of the world. CBR spoke with him about the Andrea Di Vito-drawn series.
July’s “Amazing Spider-Man: Brand New Day-Extra!!” sees Joe Kelly make his first foray into Spidey's new world, and CBR speaks with the writer about the new one-shot and previews exclusive Chris Bachalo artwork.
Jack Kirby’s cosmic creations, The Eternals, fly back into stores this week. We spoke with writers Daniel and Charles Knauf about the Daniel Acuña-illustrated series, with exclusive artwork from issue # 2.
David Lafuente uses his considerable skills to depict snowy, sub-zero action in July's “Patsy Walker: Hellcat." CBR spoke with him about his work with the Marvel heroine, whom he calls "a charming and glamorous kick-ass woman-mixtape."
On sale this week, “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1 sends fans back to the savage world of Sakaar for the epic adventure of Bruce Banner’s barbarian offspring. We talk with writer Greg Pak about the Ron Garney-drawn series.
Alaska gets its own superhero in July, when “Patsy Walker: Hellcat” #1 hits the stands courtesy of Kathryn Immonen and David Lafuente. CBR spoke with Immonen about the miniseries and why Patsy Walker stands out in the Marvel Universe.
One of Charles Xavier’s biggest mistakes comes looking for him in September's “Dark Deception,” a multipart crossover between “X-Men: Legacy” and “Wolverine: Origins.” We spoke writer Mike Carey about the storyline.
Spidey reached a personal milestone in this week's “Amazing Spider-Man," but things won’t be getting easier for him if Bob Gale has any say. We spoke with the writer.
In this week's “Secret Invasion” #3, the Skrulls take Manhattan, heroes turn on each other, and a long-absent ... well, we won't spoil it. Writer Brian Michael Bendis joins CBR to help navigate the intricacies of the issue page-by-bloody-page.
In the June one-Shot “Wolverine: Dangerous Game,” Logan shows a fox hunting party of brutal, blood thirsty British aristocrats how it really feels to be stalked. CBR News spoke with writer Simon Spurrier about the book.
September’s “King Sized Cable Spectacular” one-shot promises to change the hunter-hunted dynamic between Cable and Bishop. CBR News spoke with writer Duane Swierczynski about what he calls a "hyper-paced" epic.
One man will battle horrors both real and supernatural this September in the pages of the 4-issue miniseries “Dead of Knight: Devil Slayer.” We spoke with the writer of the MAX mini, acclaimed horror novelist Brian Keene.
CBR spoke with co-writer Jeff Parker about September's "Age of the Sentry" mini-series which chronicles unrevealed tales of the Avenger while revering and satirizing Silver Age style storytelling.
In September, “Magneto Testament” writer Greg Pak and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico chronicle the horrors Magneto faced growing up in Hitler’s Germany. CBR spoke with Pak about the Marvel Knights miniseries.
The coming months will see a number of big things happens in Daniel Way's “Wolverine Origins,” but the biggest has to be “Dark Deception,” a multi-part crossover with “X-Men: Legacy" co-written with Mike Carey.
Mike Deodato, Jr. takes over as the new regular artist on “Wolverine: Origins” with September’s issue #28. CBR News spoke with him about the book as well as his previous gig, "Thunderbolts!"