Paul DiSalvo is a writer, comic creator and enthusiast, and animation lover currently residing in Boston, Massachusetts. He has studied creative writing at The New Hampshire Institute of Art and Otis College of Art and Design, and currently writes for CBR. In addition to writing, he directs and produces the podcast, "How Ya Dyin'?" He enjoys collecting comics, records, and wins in Samurai Shodown.
Articles by Paul DiSalvo
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