Ed Cambro is a freelance writer and alumni of John Jay College of Criminal Justice where his writing received awards. He has been reading comics since 2003 and has a particular affection for Jack Kirby and any kind of character-driven fiction. His reviews on film, television and literature can often found around the Internet. For ScreenRant, he has written lists, features and news stories spanning film, television and comics. He’s very passionate about the histories of these mediums and their reliance on the other’s success. Most notably, he has written a series of in-depth articles analyzing Twin Peaks, which received positive attention. Ed unapologetically believes that Star Trek is far superior to Star Wars and Dick Grayson was the superior Batman (fight him on this, he feeds on it). He lives in New York.
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