Christa Aylward

Christa Aylward worked full time at a comic shop to put herself through university at Kwantlen Polytechnic. Through blood, sweat, tears, and more Joyce than could possibly be considered healthy, she emerged victorious with her undergraduate degree with a major in English Lit. With it she can continue to work in a comic shop because, well, what else is an Arts grad qualified for? She’s not bitter, by the way. Not at all.


Call me a snob if you want, Brusha, but I’m judging Fly before I read it.Zenescope’s Joe Brusha and the Problem with Provocative Covers

Founded in 2005 by Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco, Zenescope’s notorious covers have been a topic of intense conversation within the comic community for the entirety of the company’s history.  From souped-up, sexy Dorothy and… [more]

Uh...Zombie Tramp: Exactly What it Sounds Like

One of my favorite features of comics is that, unlike prose fiction, you can judge a visual book by its cover.  Covers can mislead you by juxtaposing compelling external art with mediocre artistic guts (shout-out… [more]


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