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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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"Nova" writer Sean Ryan spoke with CBR News about his title's "Civil War II" tie-in, as Sam Alexander ponders his place in the larger hero community.
Writer Kieron Gillen spoke with CBR about "End of Games," the next arc of his Star Wars series that pays off a number of long running storylines.
Nick Spencer breaks down the event's biggest twists, explaining what a new Quasar, Mariah Hill's situation and the Thunderbolts mean for Marvel's future.
CBR spoke with Cullen Bunn about telling ongoing stories with Marvel's misfit soldiers of fortune in "Deadpool & The Mercs for Money" this July.
Matthew Rosenberg spoke with CBR about the Kingpin exploiting the chaos of Marvel Comics' next event in a bid to reclaim his underworld throne.
Al Ewing tells CBR how giant monsters ended up in his "Avengers: Standoff" issues and how they set the stage for the team's role in "Civil War II."
David Walker tells CBR about Luke Cage & Danny Rand's new case, its ties to the ideological schism of Marvel's big event and how it affects them.
Joshua Williamson tells CBR how "Standoff" affects his series, Absorbing Man's time in a Pleasant Hill prison and the crossover's fallout.
Greg Pak spoke with CBR News about his plans for the book, which include a battle with the Enchantress and a "Civil War II" tie-in.
The writers of "Deadpool," "Power Man & Iron Fist" and "Daredevil" spoke with CBR about Marvel's special four-part crossover -- in a single issue.
Al Ewing tells CBR how Battleworld was refashioned and why Marvel's heroes and villains are fighting to the death to appease a god-like Maestro.
Jeff Lemire spoke with CBR about his favorite Moon Knight stories and why Marc Spector begins the new ongoing series in a mental institution.
Writer Jason Latour explains how "Spider-Gwen" impacts the upcoming "Spider Women" arc, and where the series will head post-crossover.
Cullen Bunn tells CBR how the Master of Magnetism's anger compromises his team in "Uncanny X-Men" and sets the stage for his event tie-in series.
CBR spoke with writer Christopher Hastings about his political satire series about the silver-tongued trickster's U.S. Presidential campaign.
Dan Abnett tells CBR about his "Civil War II" tie-in that separates Herc from the main conflict as he leads a team of heroes from ancient myth.
"Patsy Walker, AKA Hellcat" writer Kate Leth tells CBR about writing the first Marvel Universe crossover between Patsy and the super powered P.I.
Christos Gage tells CBR about Peter Parker trying to impart lessons about power and responsibility to an Inhuman in his new "Civil War II" tie-in.
Charles Soule discusses Matt Murdock's comic book future, including encounters with cult leader Tenfingers, the Hand and, of course, Elektra.
Kate Leth tells CBR about old Defenders foes haunting Patsy Walker's newest series and some (furry) new friends heading her way.