Melissa Brinks is a freelance writer and co-creator of the Fake Geek Girls podcast. She has an affinity for cats, cooking, gardening, and investing copious hours of her life in fictional worlds of all kinds.
Uncanny X-Men #111 Terry Austin, (Inks), John Byrne (Pencils), Chris Claremont (Writer) Tom Orzechowski (Letters), Mary Titus (colors) Marvel Comics June 10, 1978 There are simply too many X-Men comics.READ MORE
Love music? Love horror? Same, which is why I was immediately drawn to Dead Beats, an upcoming comics anthology from A Wave Blue World. Collecting comics from talented creators like Christina “Steenz” Stewart, Daniel Kibblesmith, Rachel Pollack, Ivy Noelle Weir, and Vita Ayala, the anthology celebrates the spooky side of our favorite music genres.READ MORE
There are few modern comic creators doing horror as well as Emily Carroll. Her stories get under your skin, seeping back into your memory when you catch a glimpse of a bottle of lotion, a beautiful doll, a banner ad for an unfamiliar webcomic.READ MORE
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is one of the few Marvel comics that has managed to hold my attention longer than a minute, aided in no small part by the fact that it also has, so far, managed not to be canceled.READ MORE