Marvel Comics presents Infinity Wars: Sleepwalker #1 (of 4), by Chad Bowers, Chris Sims and Todd Nauck.
Jon Arvedon is a writer and Assistant Editor for CBR and he has been contributing to the site since 2017. He’s been an avid superhero fan since he was a young child, though it wasn’t until much later in life that he finally began venturing into the actual comic books that made those characters so popular in the first place. Nevertheless, he immediately developed a strong passion for the medium and began aggressively expanding his knowledge, using any and all downtime at his old office job to scour the depths of Marvel Unlimited, ComiXology, and the occasional wiki page to help fill in the gaps. His love of comics is rivaled only by that of his love for Star Wars. If you're so inclined, you can follow Jon on Twitter at @JonArvedon.
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