“Because nothing makes a better blanket than a good story.”


Melissa K., otherwise known as Ravenhaired, also writes for Comic Book Resources’ Comics Should Be Good.  When she’s not procrastinating working or writing, Melissa enjoys art museums, destroying her friends in fantasy basketball, and practicing archery in her back yard.  (It’s not as dangerous as it sounds).

You may contact her at fangirlreviews[at]hotmail[dot]com or follow Melissa on Twitter at @coverstosleep.

With thanks to the super cool Dave Gordon for the CtSU header banner!  Check out Dave’s book and website at Being Gordy.

5 responses

  1. Hey, Melissa-
    Your most recent post is addressed “to anyone who might still be reading.” Just wanted to let you know I’m still reading and loving your blog.
    I agree with you completely about the new “Superboy” series. I think Jeff Lemire’s writing has a lot to do with why I enjoy it so much.
    Have you been reading “Thor, the Mighty Avenger”? I think you’d like it.
    Keep writing, I’ll keep reading,

    02/25/2011 at 8:32 PM

    • Hi, Randy–thanks so much for the compliment, it is well and truly appreciated. I have not read “Thor the Mighty Avenger,” but it does sound like fun. It’s done by the same guy who does/did the Muppets, right? If I get the chance to grab it, I’ll do so from your recommendation. Thanks again. :)

      02/25/2011 at 10:14 PM

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  4. Greetings! Just letting you know that I’ve nominated you for the Kreativ Blogger Award because I have enjoyed reading your blog and the entertainment it has provided.

    If you wish to accept you must follow a few simple rules, thank the blogger who has nominated you, tell your readers about you and pass on the honor to some of your favorite bloggers.

    The award won’t make you rich or famous, in fact it means nothing more than someone appreciates your writing, but it is the thought that counts.


    04/13/2012 at 7:55 PM

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