Since 2003 I have been writing about comics and genre entertainment for the mainstream comics news website Newsarama. Over the years I have interviewed the heads of every major American comics publisher, covered major industry conventions such as Comic-Con International: San Diego, New York Comic-Con, WizardWorld and C2E2, and interviewed the likes of Joss Whedon, Warren Ellis, Grant Morrison, Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Simon, John Romita Jr., Mark Millar and numerous others.
Comic Book Resources
From May 2010 to May 2015, I was a regular contributor to the comics website ComicBookResources.com (CBR), from being part of its award-winning Robot 6 blog to contributing feature articles to the main site.
From February 2011 to September 2013 I wrote about comic books, graphic novels and geek culture for the comics website/podcast iFanboy. In that time I covered breaking news, interviewed comics creators as diverse as ?? and Chronicle screenwriter Max Landis, and wrote the popular weekly columns iFanboy Upstarts, Where Do I Start?, Comic Book Casting and Remake & Reboot.
I’ve written about movies, cartoons, comics and geek culture for various MTV outlets including MTV Movies, MTV Splash Page and MTV Geek.
For Publisher’s Weekly, I’ve written about various graphic novels and comic books from around the world for it’s weekly comics newsletter PW Comics World.
As a freelance writer for Marvel from March 2007 to February 2012, I wrote articles, interviews and bookjacket for both it’s Collections department and it’s digital division. My work has appeared on its website Marvel.com as well as several print publications including Iron Man By Design, Punisher, Moon Knight & Daredevil: The Bit Shots, Spider-Man: Brand New Day Yearbook, War of Kings, Best-Selling Authors Sampler, and the various Marvel Spotlight magazines.
From March 2011 to October 2012, I served as CartoonBrew.com’s Biz editor, covering animation from around the world.
In the summer of 2006 I wrote a short-lived column for the manga publisher’s website titled “Tarento People” (“Tarento” is japanese for “talent”). In this series, I covered topics as diverse as video games, professional wrestling, manga and comic books, and interviewed video game developer Shigeru Miyamoto, professional wrestler Low-Ki, and cartoonists Becky Cloonan and Takeshi Miyazawa.
I contributed a story about the comics publisher Aspen MLT for the magazine’s third print issue.