Ashley Leckwold is a writer based out of Atlanta who is the cross-section of a magical girl and a demon queen. She has done a whole other host of weirdness, including work at Steampunk Chronicle, Nerdophiles, the Ratchet Retrocast, The Rainbow Hub, PopOptiq and the Killer Queen and 27 anthologies published through Red Stylo Media. Most of her current work is non-fictional and found at her blog as well as Graphic Policy. She can often be found on Twitter at @misskittyf crying about comics, TV, pro-wrestling and music.
In the best issue of the WWE comic yet, we come back to a familiar place.
Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky's critically acclaimed sex comedy returns with a wonderfully introspective issue.
Good issue, unfortunate timing.
The first arc of the exciting new series hits its halfway point at breakneck speed.
This issue might as well be subtitled "DARKNESS! NO PARENTS!"
The Lego Movie spin-off pays tribute to the near 80 year old character by poking fun at his weirdness.
In the first full issue of Boom's ongoing WWE comic, we might actually be seeing the true beginning of this year's banner Wrestlemania feud.
In some of the best work we've seen from the Jem team so far, we learn a bit more about Stormer.
Live fast, die young, and leave an exquisite corpse.
In a super suspenseful issue, we see the ways Coach Boss is secretly losing grip.
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