S.W. Sondheimer

When not prying Legos and gaming dice out of her feet, S.W. Sondheimer is a registered nurse at the Department of Therapeutic Misadventures, a herder of genetic descendants, cosplayer, and a fiction and (someday) comics writer. She is a Yinzer by way of New England and Oregon and lives in the glorious 'Burgh with her husband, 2 smaller people, 2 cats, a fish, and a snail. She occasionally tries to grow plants, drinks double-caffeine coffee, and has a habit of rooting for the underdog. It is possible she has a book/comic book problem but has no intention of doing anything about either. Twitter: @SWSondheimer

Over the Bay Bridge: Haunted Oakland Spots Perfect for Graphic Novels

In ghost stories to graphic novels, we head west to Oakland, California. A city in the middle of a reinvention, it has a ton of history, a lot of it spooky.

Family Favorite Dick Grayson Stories

The family that Robins together stays together. For Robin's 80th, my family chose our favorite Dick Grayson stories to share with you!

5 CASTLEVANIA Characters Who Deserve Origin Comics

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Boys and Girls Wonder: Our Favorite Robins

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A Brief History of Robin: Happy 80th to The Boy Wonder

In honor of his 80th birthday, a brief history of Robin.

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3 Upstate New York Hauntings Made for Comics Adaptations

With a bit of imagination and some talented writers and illustrators, these Upstate New York hauntings could be adapted into compelling comics.

A Celebration of Clones in Comics

Clones are a reoccurring theme in comics. Whether they're reflecting our potential or exploring our greatest fears, they have something to say.

Robins, Robins Everywhere: Fancasting The Boy Wonder’s Legacy

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Exploring the Transformative Power of Anger through Graphic Novels

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3 Elizabeth Acevedo Books as Graphic Novels

If one author can change my mind about verse novels, maybe her stories can change your mind about the graphic kind.

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New Orleans Stories That Would Make Deliciously Creepy Comics

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