Part of being a good reviewer is looking to see what others are saying about the same comics you're reading. Whenever I discover someone whose insight into a comic brings an idea that I might not have thought of, they immediately become a person I want to talk to about joining our merry band. I really liked how Mark showed he could talk about a comic's strengths and weaknesses, and happily, he was interested in coming on board.
Here's what Mark has to say about himself:
Mark's first review, on the second trade of Rat Queens, will be up on the site shortly. He's off to a great start, as you will soon see. Please give him a warm welcome!Mark Dickson started reading comics three years ago but, after taking the dive into X-Men continuity, was lost and presumed dead. After resurfacing a year later, he started to branch out into more independent comics and is constantly on the look-out for more. However, if you're ever looking for a detailed explanation of the Scott Summers family tree then look no further. You've found your only-slightly-too-obsessed expert.Outside of comics, Mark is just about to complete a degree in computer science and is soon going to be joining the terrifying adult world of paying taxes.His blog can be found at thelastaskani.com