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Tyler Kes

Tyler Kes is from Minnesota, although he spent some time living in West Virginia, where he graduated from Marshall University in 2013. He spent some time honing his writing skills by working at a newspaper and then at a TV station, but now makes his living making tacos and writing about comics.

Power Rangers #11: Days of Repeated Storylines

Power Rangers #11: Days of Repeated Storylines

By Tyler Kes in Reviews on January 18, 2017

It's time for the Rangers to take on a classic sci-fi trope.

Adventure Time #60: What Time is it?!

Adventure Time #60: What Time is it?!

By Tyler Kes in Reviews on January 11, 2017

Seriously, what time is it? There's a lot of time travel shenanigans in this issue.

Power Rangers #10: The Hero's Quest

Power Rangers #10: The Hero's Quest

By Tyler Kes in Reviews on December 29, 2016

A clever trick allows for some literary analysis of the main characters.

Dark Horse Presents #29: Santa's Mixed Bag

Dark Horse Presents #29: Santa's Mixed Bag

By Tyler Kes in Reviews on December 26, 2016

Some naughty, some nice, and a couple of lumps of coal.

TMNT #65: We Wish you a Turtle Christmas

TMNT #65: We Wish you a Turtle Christmas

By Tyler Kes in Reviews on December 23, 2016

We promise, there's no rapping of any kind involved.

TMNT #64: The Fridge Problem

TMNT #64: The Fridge Problem

By Tyler Kes in Reviews on November 26, 2016

A strong issue marred by an unfortunately common problem.

Deadly Class #24: Backstab High

Deadly Class #24: Backstab High

By Tyler Kes in Reviews on December 1, 2016

Featuring the most epic fart story ever told.

Deadly Class #23: Drugs, Dungeons and Dragons

Deadly Class #23: Drugs, Dungeons and Dragons

By Tyler Kes in Reviews on November 2, 2016

It's everything your mom always told you was evil, rolled up in one lovely book

Ninjak #20: Adventures in Time and Space

Ninjak #20: Adventures in Time and Space

By Tyler Kes in Reviews on October 21, 2016

A buddy adventure through the future. What's not to love?

Tarzan and the Planet of the Apes #1: Apes and Man

Tarzan and the Planet of the Apes #1: Apes and Man

By Tyler Kes in Reviews on September 28, 2016

Ape must not kill Ape, but what about a man raised as one?

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