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Meg is a Los Angeles based freelance comic book historian and critic with a soft spot for sidekicks, Captain America, the Batfamily, and Daredevil. You can find her on twitter @rustypolished, where she's usually crying about fanfiction, screaming about superheroes, or posting photos of her dog. In addition to CBR, you can find Meg occasionally populating the pages of DCComics.com, GSUniverse, and The Hollywood Reporter.
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