I’m an editorial intern here at ComicsVerse, a volunteer English language teacher, and co-host/organizer of two comic book clubs. I once joined a roller derby team for 20 minutes before they had to take me to the hospital. My hobbies include playing the ukulele, picking out names for my future cats, and practicing my magical girl transformation.

What is your favorite comic book and why?

I can’t pick just one! X-Men was my first love and gateway drug into comics— “God Loves Man Kills” and Remender and Opena’s Uncanny X-Force are two of my all-time favorites. Then Sandman showed me the versatility and depth of comics as a medium. One of my current favorites is Ms. Marvel—Kamala’s journey in becoming Ms. Marvel gives me life and she’s the hero we all need.

If you could have one superpower what would it be?

If I could choose one superpower, I’d pick teleportation. If I was given a superpower based on who I am as a person, it would the power to jinx things.

What comics make you happy?

Ms. Marvel and anything X-Men make me the happiest, of course. Including manga, Fruits Basket is pretty much my favorite thing that exists. I’m also super stoked that I can now enjoy Steven Universe and Over the Garden Wall in comic book form!

 Which comic book characters do you most admire?

Nightcrawler, Kamala Khan, and Alana from Saga.

Which comic book characters do you most despise?

This is a hard one. Uhhh. I’ll get back to you on that.

What is the quality you most like in a creator (writer or artist)?

Their understanding and readiness to be inclusive and write stories/make art that represent people who aren’t often reflected in media.

Which words or phrases do you most overuse?

Okidoki, YOOOOO!, samesies. I’m the worst.

Which comic book character would you most easily fall in love with?

Oh, Nightcrawler for sure. And maybe Prince Robot IV from Saga because I have a soft spot for sympathetic villains and I make bad choices.

Which creator talent would you most like to have?

I would love to have Kieron Gillen’s mastery of puns.

If you were to die and come back as a person or a thing (character or creator), what would it be?

A mutant. I would most definitely be an X-Man.

What fictional universe would you most like to live?

The Marvel universe. See above.

What comic is your most treasured possession?

My Captain Marvel #17 signed by Kelly Sue DeConnick, and my Sex Criminals #1 2nd printing of the 4th printing signed by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky.

What do you most value in your friends?

The way they can know me better than I know myself, and the lengths they’ll go to be understanding and considerate of each other.

Who are your favorite writers?

My favorite comic book writers are Matt Fraction, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Brian K Vaughan, Kieron Gillen, G. Willow Wilson, Rick Remender, to name a few!

Who is your hero of comic book fiction?

Again, I have to go with Kamala Khan.

Which comic book figure do you most identify with?

Can you tell I’m a Kamala Khan fan? Also, mutants.

Who are your heroes in real life?

Rebecca Sugar, Sana Amanat, Kelly Sue DeConnick

What is the comic book that you most dislike?

When I worked at a comic shop, we had one customer who subscribed to a comic called Zombie Tramp. It didn’t seem like the comic book for me.

What comic storyline would you most like to change?

The one where they retconned Scarlet Witch’s and Quicksilver’s mutant heritage and made them Inhumans. Have they undone that one yet?

Which comic book character do you think should die a permanent non-comic book death?

I can’t think of anyone I hate enough that I’d want to see dead. I love to hate em.

What is your personal motto?

One that I borrowed from Nightcrawler: “I learned very early on that I must either accept what I am, or go mad. And though I am now occasionally crazy, I am not insane.”


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