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Wildcard

Dustin prefers to go by the name of Wildcard, and he wont tell you his last name because then he would have to kill you. Or mostly because it's unpronounceable to most people. His love of comics formed during the 90's when Superman was dying and Batman was broken. Years later when touring with a band around 2008 the only thing he had to do was read extensive amounts of comics and catch up on all the missed years of stories, therefore the wealth of knowledge in his head is insurmountable by anyones standards. He considers himself extremely opinionated when it comes to comic books or any form of media, which has always caused arguments and butt hurt a plenty due to his outspoken opinions on such things. In his spare time he writes some comics he hopes to get published one day and is a graphic designer. He sometimes wishes Nicolas Cage was his real father. Hail Sagan. Follow Wildcard on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr.

Manhattan Projects #15: Being Joseph Oppenheimer

Oppenheimer, Oppenheimer. Hmmmmmmm.

Theremin #3: Everything breaks

A Theremin would be a great soundtrack to accompany this comic.

Memory Collectors#1: A Premise Without a Story, Also Boobs

I wish someone would collect the memories of me reading this from my brain.

Robocop: Last Stand #3 - It's time to let the nostalgia die

Dead or alive you'll wish you didn't read this comic.

Clive Barker's Next Testament #4 - The Sequel to the Bible

Just like the bible, this story is made up too.

Review: Great Pacific #10

Politics and garbage, they both stink.

Advance Review: The Darkness #115

The darkness will make sex with your corpse long time.