STAFF AND CONTRIBUTORS
DG Stewart is the editor of WCBR and is a content contributor. He completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in literature at the University of Western Australia in 1989, has a law degree and a masters of law, and is an Adjunct Professor at Murdoch University in Australia. In 2017 he was the Chairman of WritingWA, the peak body for literature in Western Australia, and sat on the board of WritingWA for eight years. He is enrolled in a Graduate Diploma in Writing at Swinburne University.
Planted on the east slope of Mt. Tabor in Portland, Oregon, Terry Hammond lives by a skull-boned motto circling an old, ragged t-shirt by a local artist: print to live, live to print.
He enjoys chronicling the present era of paper in comic books, slamming the world with astonishing art.
Born in the north of a very famous European peninsula, Guido enjoys reading comics as much as writing about them. After years spent with Carl Barks, E. C. Segar, Bill Watterson, and Spider-Man, at the age of fifteen he stumbled upon a Vertigo paperback and from then on he has never stopped exploring new worlds.
Roque Briones is an English Literature student currently working at a comic book store in Spain, and participating in comic book-related cultural activities.
His main goal is to make the medium more accessible to everyone, as well as more culturally and academically relevant.
Joseph B. Christy
Joseph B. Christy is a Native Tennessean, who currently lives in the Nashville area. In addition to a degree in art from Lipscomb University, Joseph also obtained Master's Degrees in Education and Painting, from Georgetown College and Marshall University, respectively. When not painting, Joe can usually be found reading, writing or working on home renovation projects with his blurry wife, Paige.
Paul Murphy contributes content from somewhere in North Dakota, where he mostly tries to wait out the winter.
Most of his college education was spent writing about comic books when he was supposed to be writing about prose novels.
Greggory Basore is a freelance writer who is living in Eugene Oregon, which is neither as exciting nor as boring as it sounds. When he’s not writing articles for websites like this one, or just lazing around the house, he’ll write creative fiction, including a sci-fi novel in progress being written on twitter (which seemed like a much better idea when he started).
Kitso Mothobi is a computer science student from South Africa who is hoping to venture into the field of creative writing and comic book reviews.
Kitso is relatively new to the world of western comics, but his goal is to provide an outlet for new readers looking to get into comics and bring them along on his own adventure into the vast and expansive world of comic books. Drawing attention to important stories, cult classics, and underappreciated new independent releases.