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I am a Grand Valley State University student majoring Mathematics and minoring in Elementary Education and Spanish. My life changed forever in the sixth grade when my mom bought me the DC Comics Encyclopedia. From that moment on, superheroes and comic books became a major part of my world. I love reading in general, almost as much as I love math (Just kidding, I don't love math. I like it.). I have been a Batman fan for years, and I have the countless number of Batman-themed gifts, birthday cards, and paraphernalia to show for it. Besides the caped crusader, I have a very special place in my heart for the X-Men, especially for X-23.  I really love it when a story makes me cry (Here's looking at you, "The Tornado's Path" from Brad Meltzer's Justice League of America.). Outside of comic books and writing, I love being a librarian (Well, technically a library assistant), especially when I get to tell patrons that we only take cash or check, or when people ask me about our puppets. If I'm not reading during my free time, I'm most likely chillaxing and eating Skittles. Or taking my adorable Boston Terrier, Leo, out for a walk.


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Aquaman #23

September 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

Can all super hero adventures take place under water? There’s just something about seeing your favorite heroes swim for their lives that adds a whole new level of suspense and intrigue to a story. And...

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Wonder Woman #23

August 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

The latest issue of Wonder Woman is the most deific installment of the series to date. This has been the meatiest, most emotionally draining escapade for our beloved Wondy since the reveal of her real...

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Skifflefuffles, Instagram, and pancakes. Three things that define the life of a young superheroes. Oh, and multiverse-hopping. Our favorite band avenging youths plus one ex X-man entertain us for one of best issues from Kieron Gillen’s...

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American Vampire: The Long Road To Hell

American Vampire: The Long Road to Hell

July 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

The boys are back in town. By boys I mean Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque, and the town that they have finally returned to, if only for a short while, is American Vampire. After Snyder...

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Issue #20. I love how the hands look like they belong on some ancient Greek pottery.

Wonder Woman #20

June 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Boy howdy, are our heroes in for the fight of their lives or what? This issue marks the crossing of paths of Team Wondy and The First Born. It’s clear that Brian Azzarello has been...

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Morning Glories – #26 and #27

June 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Now that Morning Glories is a quarter of the way through its run, does anyone have a better idea as to what on Earth is going on in this crazy school? No? Yeah, me neither....

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Friday The 5:15 AM wake up call to make it to the gang’s 6:00 AM departure spot should have been the first indication that C2E2 2013 would be met with a constant tiredness. As we...

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Wonder Woman #18 and #19

April 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

With these two issues it’s now official: Wonder Woman is my favorite New 52 series. Brian Azzarello’s Amazonian epic had won my affection since the first issue, but it was issue #18 that won my...

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Aquaman issues: 14, 15, 16 Justice League issues: 15, 16, 17 Aquaman has become one of my favorite characters to come out of the New 52, with a major thanks to his ongoing series written...

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Young Avengers #1

February 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Nearly 7 years after the end of Allen Heinberg’s and Jim Cheung’s run on Young Avengers, Marvel finally got its act together and decided that it was about darn time to reinstate Young Avengers as...

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