Comicosity was forged in the fires of the Internet in early 2012 to provide comic book fans with up to date news, interviews, and complete coverage of the world of comics. From the “big two” to independent publishers, comics is an ever-growing, ever-changing business and Comicosity brings you the best coverage, commentary and insight into the medium we all have come to love so deeply. Our goal, as longtime fans sharing ideas with new and seasoned readers alike, is to carve out a space where you can enjoy comics more — not less — as a result of your visit.

Our Staff

Aaron Long Matt Santori-Griffith Keith Callbeck
Brett Monro Jessica Boyd J. Skyler
Alison Berry Max Majernik Andy Behbakht
Michael Hale Karen Dorula John Emenputsch
MJ Feuerborn Aaron Meyers Roderick Ruth
Scott Berry


Aaron Long


Aaron Long is a man of many loves: family, baseball, technology, and comics (shocking, right?). Raised a Marvel-boy, this self-proclaimed Avengers fanatic returned to comic reading a few years ago after a long pause and has never looked back. This Marvel-boy now finds himself reading titles from every publisher from Archaia to Zenescope, and life couldn’t be better.  Aaron can be found on Twitter (@juice005) and pretty much any other flavour of social networking.


Matt Santori-Griffith

Senior Editor

Writer: Crisis of Epic Proportion and Numbers Game

Matt Santori-Griffith has been reading comic books since his 8th birthday and consequently considers himself an organized hoarder, much to the chagrin of his husband and two fat little cats. He is a Chicago native, classically trained artist and photographer, and full-time art director for a number of national non-profit organizations. He was sure as a young child he would develop super-powers one day, but it has not (yet) come to pass. He is also apparently destined to die accidentally, buried under a dislodged stack of comic book boxes. Until then, Matt can be found talking about all manner of things he loves on Twitter.com under the mask of @FotoCub.


Keith Callbeck

Host of We Talk Comics

Writer: Read Between the Lines

Keith is a life-long comic fan who learned to read with Byrne/Claremont X-Men, Action, Adventure Comics and DC Comics Presents. He holds a Masters Degree in Religion and Film and co-created the Gemini Award-winning TV series “What Were They Thinking?”. Keith brings his day-job experience in marketing to the comic talk and has a particular interest in how comics transition into a digital medium. The man-cave in Keith’s home has every wall surface covered with signed prints and unique collectibles. The shelves are packed to overflowing with his great pop-culture love outside of comics – Jawas. His favorite character ever is Booster Gold and occasionally regrets not naming his cat Skeets. You can follow Keith on Twitter at @CubReporterK or email him at keith@wetalkpodcasts.com


Brett Monro

Host of We Talk Comics

Writer: Access All Ages and Numbers Game

Brett Monro is Co-Host of We Talk Comics, Fantasy Football, and other great podcasts from the We Talk Podcasts family. Former comic store owner, director, and podcast guy.

You can follow Brett on Twitter at @Brett_WeTalk or email him at brett@wetalkpodcasts.com


Jessica Boyd

Host of The Hangout

Writer: Mom’s Cover Watch

Mother. Comic reader. Sci-Fi watcher. MMORPG. Raised a lady, chosen to be geek. Jessica Boyd is a journalist turned teacher who spends her free time catching running noses and cleaning up messes of her four children (alright, only three are minors the other is her husband.) However, in the five seconds she has to breath she spends it almost exclusively obsessing about her comics collection she began in middle school with Spectacular Spider-man, but neglected regularly until she became an adult. Main message from this non-native Texan: yes, even mothers read, and have opinions, about comics.  Also, despite her Marvel roots, she will defend DC and their crazy decisions until she’s believes them herself. You can find her on Twitter @charmingred and Tumblr.


SkyJ. Skyler

Writer: LGBT Visibility

A part-time student at Mt. San Antonio College, J. Skyler is certified in Small Business, International Business and Business Management. Before pursuing a degree in business, she started out taking courses relating to traditional and 3-D animation. Her other academic interests include philosophy, religion, political science and psychology. A long-term member and former President of the LAMBDA Student Association (Mt. SAC’s club for LGBT students and allies), she has lead classroom discourse on LGBT history, culture and politics for students taking Human Sexuality, Psychology of Sexuality, Psychology of Women, Child Development, Marriage and Family, Sociology and Sociology of Ethnic Relations. However, more than anything, she considers herself a comic book enthusiast. Follow her on Twitter @jskylerinc.


2013-01-25_12-54-18_588Alison Berry

Host of The Hangout


Alison B grew up watching Batman: The Animated Series & has been in love with the Dark Knight ever since. On her good days, she’s Wonder Woman. On her lesser days, she’s a legislative policy analyst in the DC metro area. She came to Comicosity as part of the Moms Read Comics HANGOUT, but now they can’t make her leave. Lately Alison has been experimenting with the Marvel Universe, so someone better hide the Reality Gem before she finds it. Her favorite things are superheroes, scotch, quoting movies at people, handsome British actors, her husband and her 2 weird cats. She also, inexplicably and un-ironically, loves Captain Boomerang. Find her on Twitter @VaGentlenerd.


MaxMax Majernik


A Pittsburgh Yinzer his whole life. Max was introduced into the world of comics with Spawn and has since graduated from extreme 90′s comics and now reads comics in all shapes and sizes. Max is a former creative writer, mostly screenplays, and is currently focusing on reviews/columns and digging deeper into the world of comics.


AndyBehAndy Behbakht


Andy Behbakht is a young passionate comic book reader who started getting into comics during his senior year in high school and around the time when the New 52 was launched. When he isn’t geeking about superheroes in comic books or in comic book shows (such as Arrow, Smallville and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), he is geeking about writing which is a big part in his life as he aspires to one day become a screenwriter and also a journalist. Aside from his love for writing, he is also a podcaster on the podcast network, Across the Airwaves where he is co-hosting the main podcast that gives weekly TV episode reviews along with news and opinions on the TV industry while guest-hosting on some of the other podcasts on that network. He is also one of the hosts of the upcoming “Helicarrier: The S.H.I.E.L.D. Podcast” that covers Marvel/ABC’s new series “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”.


PhotoMichael Hale

Writer: The Comics Classroom

Michael started loving comic-centric characters the moment he watched Batman the Animated Series in the 90s. While his love of comics took a backseat to film, he returned to the comic medium when he began re-focusing his interests towards joining higher education. Michael (obsessively) believes comics are an underused means to diversify education, both on the grad-school and college levels. Michael adores Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse… basically any and every comic he had get his hands on. His love even extends (again, obsessively) to eastern comics, ie: Manga. Michael is currently a University of Texas at Tyler Graduate Student, a UTT Blogger, and he is always working on some kind of insane, time-consuming project. His comic-spirit animal is also Larfleeze. Michael has a blog and can be reached on Twitter at @ComixClassroom.


KarenKaren Dorula


Karen started reading comics with The New 52 launch.  Since then, she has explored every publisher and reads a wide variety of titles.  She is currently a graduate student and spends every spare moment talking about comics on Twitter and reading monthly books, trades, and digital comics.


MJMJ Feuerborn


MJ Feuerborn is an avid reader of comics, tempted into the fold by her comics-collecting high school sweetheart. She has lived in various parts of the country but currently resides in the Midwest with her wife, two small dogs, and far too many of those funny books. Some days it feels like she’s just here for the shoes and the eternal hope that she’ll be issued minions.

MJ can be followed or contacted through Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or through email at mjfeuerborn@yahoo.com.


AaronAaron Meyers

Writer: The Honor Roll

Aaron Meyers loves reading comics, collecting comics and talking about comics. He’s grateful to share his love of comics with all of his friends on the Internet. From Twitter at @aaronmeyers, to his new podcast, Comics Therapy with Andrea Shockling, it’s all about the love of comics. He also loves his family, especially his wife, Chrissy Meyers. And while you were taking the time to read this, Aaron went and bought all the best issues from your store’s dollar bin. You lose, Aaron wins. #AllTheComics



Roderick Ruth


Roderick Ruth is a product of the Dark Age of Comic Books and a willing victim to the 90′s hologram, chromium, variant days.  His passion has grown exponentially since then and is known to frequent comic book conventions across the nation, post pictures of his comic haul every week, and is unashamed to give his opinion on all things nerd and geek.


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