DC creators talk the latest in the superhero-filled DC Universe, including Joshua Williamson, Julie and Shawna Benson and Mitch Gerads.
Albert Ching is Managing Editor of CBR, and has been with the Eisner Award-winning site since 2013. He's written about comic books professionally for more than a decade, and has been a dedicated fan of the medium since learning to read via his older siblings' Archie digests left lying around the house. His bylines have appeared on The Atlantic, OC Weekly, Yahoo! and more, and he's discussed pop culture with The New York Times, The Guardian and NPR. Follow him on Twitter at @albertxii and feel free to reach out for any press inquiries or comments on the site (though polite ones are always preferred), or to simply tell him you agree that Spider-Man 3 was tragically misunderstood.
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