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Name: zack kruse

Bio: Comicbook writer, convention organizer, comics pundit & blogger, and podcast host. http://www.mysterysolvedcomic.com http://www.summitcitycomiccon.com; http://www.comixnonsense.blogspot.com http://dcbpodcast.blogspot.com



Rare is the time that I feel intimidated before I open my big fat mouth; however, every now and then…

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Michael Kupperman just may be the one of the funniest people planet. At least that’s what Conan O’Brian thinks, he…

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This. This, my friends, is an awesome comic. It’s hilarious, action packed, and well drawn.   The story begins as…

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zack's Recent Comments
January 5, 2012 6:27 pm I envy your access to the 120. Nice piece, Chris!
November 23, 2011 1:59 pm Awesome. ...are those rolls or decorative gourds on the right?
August 11, 2011 10:34 am brilliant!
August 10, 2011 6:10 pm I love this comic, and started reading it on the web a year or two ago. The cartooning is great and the stories are a lot of fun
August 7, 2011 5:47 pm I am endlessly fascinated by the D.B. Cooper case...ever since Robert Stack first told me about it on Unsolved Mysteries. So I am very intriuged by this book. Especially with Churilla's artwork, I loved what he did on The Anchor 
August 1, 2011 10:19 am I feel the exact same way. I'm REALLY sad that it's ending but, on the otherhand, I'm glad that it's going out on a high note. 
July 5, 2011 10:32 am On the Ditko thing, although he doesn't grant interviews he writes extensively essays in several of his self-published works throughout the late '90s and early 2000's regarding his feelings on Spider-Man, character ownership, appropriately applying the credit for the creation of Spider-Man and Dr. Strange, etc. Most, if not all, of those boks that reprint his essays are still in print.

He occasionally contibutes to Robin Snyder's The Comics fanzine/newsletter as well, where he lends similar thoughts.