Stephen Gerding has been with CBR.com for over a decade, starting as a part-time freelancer in 2005 and working his way up to his current role as Senior Editor. Over the years, he's been involved in the site's multiple Eisner Award wins, wile helping to define its voice and visual look. He's also seen the site go through multiple changes, including the launch of the Eisner Award-winning Robot 6 blog, expanding from covering comics to all aspects of pop culture, and the biggest evolution when it transformed from Comic Book Resources to CBR. Stephen has been reading comic for as long as he's been, well, reading. After nearly a decade of stealing copies of classic Kirby, Lee, Swan and more from his father's collection, his love of comics kicked in in full when he bought Avengers #232 from a spinner rack at Seven-Eleven. Years later, when the opportunity arose to actually write about comics, it was a no-brainer. That he's still able to do so years later is a dream come true.
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