Blogger Recognition Award For The Comic Vault

Since starting The Comic Vault in 2017, writing about comics and pop culture has given me a sense of purpose. I’m able to write about topics that I’m passionate about, so it’s always good to receive acknowledgement that my writing is connecting with people on a personal level. The Comic Vault has been tagged with The Blogger Recognition Award by In Asian Spaces and I’m grateful for the nomination! Continue reading “Blogger Recognition Award For The Comic Vault”

An Introduction To Yamato Magazine

Japan has earned a reputation for being one of the most unique countries in the world. Countless tourists flock to discover its wonders, while citizens carry out traditions that have been in place for thousands of years. My personal interest in Japan stems from pop culture, anime, samurai and food. The culture has inspired me enough that I’ve decided to start a Japan-centric publication called Yamato Magazine. Read on to discover the kind of content that will be featured! Continue reading “An Introduction To Yamato Magazine”

How To Overcome Publisher Rejection

Writing is one of the most volatile industries in the world. Authors face rejection on a regular basis and that can be one of the hardest challenges to overcome. As a fiction writer, I’ve been rejected far more than I’ve been published. The act of creating something and having it turned down repeatedly is discouraging. But getting rejected can actually be one of the most motivating situations to experience. Here are my thoughts on writing rejection and how to overcome it. Continue reading “How To Overcome Publisher Rejection”

Day Of The Red Sun Published In Sky’s The Limit Anthology

Over the last few years I’ve come to enjoy writing short stories and I’ve challenged myself to send out as many as possible to different publishers. So, it’s always good when a publisher comes back and says they like your work. I’m happy to say that my latest short story Day of The Red Sun is available in the Colp: Sky’s The Limit anthology. Published by Colp and supported by Gypsum Sound Tales, the anthology contains twelve short stories that deal with humanity’s fascination with the air. Continue reading “Day Of The Red Sun Published In Sky’s The Limit Anthology”

The Joie De Vivre Of Peregrine Proves Why France Has A Reliable Superhero

France is famous for a lot of things: the Eiffel Tower, art, fine wine, fromage and The French Revolution. Not so much for its superheroes, which is a shame, because France has some of the richest history in the world. Perhaps the most famous French superhero in mainstream comics is Peregrine, or Le Faucon Pelerin. Created by Marvel, Alain Racine acts as France’s protector and is definitely an underrated character. The Comic Vault is looking into Peregrine’s history to see how he relates to France as a whole.

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How Wrestling Has Helped To Improve My Mental Health

When it comes to improving mental health, people have their own coping methods. Some might choose to exercise, while others may like helping others with their issues. As someone who experiences anxiety, I’ve found wrestling to be a positive influence on my mental health. Not only has the WWE inspired me to pursue things I’m interested in, but it’s enabled me to build closer relationships.

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Abbott #5 Review: A Satisfying, Supernatural Conclusion To An Exciting Series

Since it started in January, I’ve been following Saladin Ahmed’s Abbott series, which has continually impressed me with its subject matter and protagonist. Elena Abbott’s journalistic integrity combined with her status as a black woman has provided an interesting journey. Each issue has built momentum, showing elements of a supernatural threat lingering over Detroit. In Abbott #5, Elena finally confronts the demons of her past and future with explosive results.

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