Alex Jarvis has written for Wired’s Geekdad, is a former editor for the Consumerist, and writes for the Chronicle of Higher Education’s Profhacker. He is, in so many ways, from the Internet. He enjoys Karaoke, Pugs, and talking, at length, about comic books. His facial hair is constantly in flux. He writes.
Beth has a long history of saying, “sure I’ll do that!” which means she’s worked in book and newspaper production, young adult editorial, guerrilla marketing and yogurt service. Currently she works as the Production Coordinator for Papercutz graphic novels. She reads comics, bakes stuff, hangs out with her cat, Akima, and really digs llamas.
David Anderson has a Bachelor’s degree in History and a love of comics going all the way back to his childhood, when he collected every Calvin & Hobbes anthology he could. Currently he engages in a hodgepodge of jobs, but on the side he enjoys reviewing comics and playing guitar. And sassing chumps.
Vik Gill is eminently unqualified to be speaking about comics at length, but that doesn’t stop him from trying. He lives in Queens, NY.
Anthony writes about a lot of things, but he thinks comics are the ginchiest so he’s happiest when he’s writing about those. Spandexless thought his stuff was swell enough to show to other people, and he thought that was pretty neat. There are currently no other places on the internet to read what he writes, so if you like his stuff you should either read Spandexless as much as possible, or mail him a big bag of money with a dollar sign on it, a top hat and a monocle.
Phil is a recent college graduate (en garde, world) with a long and storied history with comics. He also quite enjoys talking about the things he enjoys, such as comics. He is a write/musician/amateur tobacconist and has been known to loiter around movie theaters.
Patrick Smith likes comic books, movies, and crime fiction. Buy him a drink sometime and he’ll be happy to talk to you about all of those things, at length.