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AJ Frost

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AJ Frost is an editor/writer based out of Phoenix, AZ.

Reflections on Rob Paulsen’s Cancer Diagnosis & Introspective Nostalgia

As I mentioned in my piece about the Cards Against Humanity exclusive San Diego Comic Con one-shot, one of the elements that was most...

SDCC ’17 – The Quiet Introspection of THE LOUD HOUSE

As one of Nickelodeon’s most popular shows on air currently, The Loud House presents viewers with its dichotomous nature right off the bat. While...

SDCC ’17 – Talking Cartoon Crossover Comic Magic with BUTCH HARTMAN

Butch Hartman is a busy man. Even while show-running two animated television series on Nickelodeon right now (the fan favorite The Fairly OddParents and...

SDCC ’17 – CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY create their own comic book...

Walking around aimlessly on any comic convention floor inevitably leads to many surprises. Booths are set up for maximum eye-catching—gimmickry abounds!—attempting to lure attendees...

SDCC ’17 – DISNEY & IDW’s Move Towards All-Ages Comics Takes...

Flexing the intersection of their comics and television IPs, Disney previewed an ambitious upcoming slate of comics produced in partnership with IDW during the...

SDCC ’17: Old School meets New for “HEY ARNOLD!:THE JUNGLE MOVIE”

Nick Nostalgia is in full swing at Comic Con this year. Everywhere you go you see reminders of Nickelodeon’s past. Besides yesterday’s Rocko’s Modern...

SDCC ’17: The Return of ROCKO (and his MODERN LIFE)

It’s a surreal feeling talking with voice actors and the people who’ve created your favorite animated shows. On one level, they are consummate professionals...

SDCC ’17: President Brains, Nanobots, and Nuclear War Comedically Combine in...

In 2015, veteran comedy writer Rob Kutner (The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Conan) launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund Shrinkage, a phantasmagorical burlesque...

Review: GUMBY #1 Fits the Mold for All-Ages Comics Adventures!

Writers: Kyle Baker (and art!), Jeff Whitman, Ray Fawkes Art: Jolyon Yates Colors: Laurie E. Smith, Matt Herms Lettering: Janice Chiang & Calvin Louie As a late twenty-something, my memories...

Interview: Celebrating the harmonious voice of women & art in RESIST!...

For many, this past January 20th was an abdication of the American ideal. No longer was talent, perspicacity, or a genuine desire to see...

REVIEW: Butch & Gorf’s 3 O’CLOCK CLUB is as Whimsical as...

One of the most difficult parts of being a high schooler is finding the place where you feel comfortable, where you feel you truly...

A Year of Free Comics: Exploring Karen Green’s “Life in Comics”

One of the highlights of my graduate school experience during my time at Columbia University was taking one of the first college courses seriously...