Meet Comicon.com’s New Contributors In Comics, TV/Film, And More

by Staff

 

Today, Comicon.com is pleased to welcome our new contributors to the site in the fields of comics, TV/Film, gaming, fandoms, and more. Please join us in congratulating the new arrivals.

They are:

Staff

Hannah Means-Shannon, Executive Editor of Comicon.com, is a former Associate Editor at Dark Horse Comics and former EIC at BleedingCool.com. With a background in academia, and in writing comics scholarship, she got drawn into pop culture through conventions and is still an avid convention-goer. She continues to be a comics editor and author of books about comics.

 

Contributors

Erik Amaya is the host of Tread Perilously and the former Head Film/TV writer at Bleeding Cool. He has also contributed to sites like CBR, Comics Alliance and Rotten Tomatoes. He is also the voice of Puppet Tommy on “The Room Responds.” Erik sorted into Gryffindor, which still surprises him.

 

 

James Ferguson has been writing about comics since 2008 on his own blog, WhatJamesKnows.com and HorrorTalk.com. He hosts Funny Book Splatter, a horror comics podcast, and co-hosts Raging Nerdon, a pop culture discussion show. He lives in the suburbs of New York with his wife, Monica and his two kids, named after comic book characters, Oliver and Parker. He is @JamesFerguson on Twitter.

 

 

 

Christine Marie Attardo is a 28 year old writer, poet, and all around creative human. She loves all things nerdy and Gail Simone related. When she’s not writing, you can find her nose in a book or her face glued to her computer screen playing video games.

 

 

 

Olly MacNamee teaches English and Media, for his sins, in a school somewhere in Birmingham, UK. Comics are his first love, but just don’t tell his family. Follow him on twitter @ollymacnamee. Or don’t.

 

 

If Rachel Bellwoar could guest star on any TV show it would be Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Her beta fishes’ names are Philip for The Americans and Max for no reason. Coca Cola is her coffee, and when she’s not writing for Comicon you can find her reviews at That’s Not Current, Flickering Myth, The Geeked Gods, and Diabolique Magazine.

 

 

Noah Sharma is a freelance comic editor living in Brooklyn and trying to ignore what a cliché that makes him. He started writing about comics on his own blog, Reviews by Lantern’s Light, and was then brought on as a reviewer and convention correspondent for Weekly Comic Book Review. He has a soft spot for character driven stories and loves his old copies of Spectacular Spider-Man #200 and the original New Mutants graphic novel. When he’s not writing, Noah can usually be found having strong opinions about media you outgrew years ago and teaching children how to play board games at his day job. You can see even more nerdery from him by following his twitter: @N1ghtwing17.

 

Swifty Lang, former film critic for The Miami New Times, was the founder/lead buyer of Bushwick, Brooklyn’s legendary video store The Archive. His short film The Showing won a Van Gogh Award at the 2015 Amsterdam Film Festival. He is co-creator of the critically acclaimed, FEEDING GROUND (Archaia) and PLUNDER published by BOOM!/Archaia in 2015. You can follow him on Twitter @SwiftyLang

 

Fabrice Sapolsky has been looking at the American comic book industry for over 20 years, both as a journalist (with Comic Box magazine) and a creator (Spider-Man Noir for Marvel, One-Hit Wonder at Image and, most recently, Intertwined at Dynamite). Born and raised in Paris, France, he now lives in Brooklyn, NY where he writes, draws, designs, translates, edits and serves as consultant for many publishers from around the world.

 

 

Chris Stevens is a multiple Eisner and Harvey Award-winning comic book lover. He won them during a stint as co-founder of Locust Moon and is eager to see what the future brings. Thank you for reading!