Aaron has been interested in comic books ever since he was chased around a local gaming store by a family friend, who delighted Aaron by hollering “Hulk Smash Puny Human!” After thirty years of reading comics and realizing that he probably wasn’t going to grow out of it, Aaron decided to put his interest to work, begged everyone he knew to help him get the site off the ground, and so, Comic Hero News was born! “I’m thrilled that you’re here, and hope you find what you’re looking for within our virtual walls.”
Multimedia Designer/Video Game Reviews
Film, Television and DVD Editor
“I was rocketed to Earth by my father, Jor-El when my planet was about to… oh, you’ve heard that one? Uhm… when my parents were murdered in a dark alley, I swore to use my family fortune to… darn, you know that story too? Ok, fine. The truth is I’m just a big geek who can not get enough of superhero stories. So, when Aaron asked me if I wanted to write for his new site, I happily dove in. I don’t know anyone who has more superhero movies on DVD than I do, and if that person exists, I want to mug them and take their DVDs. Thanks for reading!”
Tom is an avid fan of comic books, superheroes and computer games, although he doesn’t really have enough time for any of them now.
Ted Brengle is a playwright and gentleman adventurer living in Chicago.
Mike is a long-time reader of the site who has graciously offered us use of his movie reviews.
Daniel is a freelance writer and an avid comic book and superhero fan. He is the writer/artist for the independent, all-ages comic book The Adventures of Nightclaw & Prowler and has been following Comic Hero News since its inception.
An artist/writer/musician/author, Richard lives with his wife in Auburn, Alabama. He’s been writing (in one form or another) for over 20 years, and was first published in a local newsletter, doing sword and sorcery movie reviews as the “Conor” in “William and Conor Go to the Movies”, which went on for five years and ended up being syndicated in 10 more newsletters in 3 countries. He’s also a published RPG game writer, has worked as a paid dancer and actor, and once made hand-painted greeting cards for a (not very good) living.
More recently, he’s been trying online journalism as a career (He’ll have to get back to you on that.)
You can check him out at Suite 101 for his more (but only slightly more) serious recaps of several scifi tv shows.
Brandon holds doctorates in both Advanced Superheroism and Applied Metaphysics. When he is not saving the world from alien invasions and other threats to the world, he is trying to come up with an idea for his next column at the last minute. He maintains a secret identity as an English teacher in Columbus, Ohio.
Want to contact Comic Hero News? E-mail us at comicheronews AT gmail DOT com!