Leah Ly

Leah can't remember a time when she wasn't a huge nerd, mostly because she was indoctrinated very early. She was raised in a small New Jersey town near NYC by two immigrant parents and an older brother who mostly just tried to keep her occupied with books and screens. Leah has since moved to the DC metro area and is a Valkyrie at Fantom Comics. When she isn't beneath an avalanche of books, she can be found cooking/baking or hanging out with pets and local woodland creatures. Silver Surfer said she was cute once, and her life has never been the same. Blog: An Extraordinary Gift for Hope Twitter: @ohleahdarling

Comics Helped Me Find a Life Worth Living

Leah discusses how comics helped her find a family and a place to belong and be seen.

Comics Fetish: Volume 85

Gird your wallets! Another edition of Comics Fetish, our roundup of the best geek gear from around the Internet, is here.

The Art of the Start: Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy #1

Let's talk that first issue of LUMBERJANES/GOTHAM ACADEMY #1. How did it measure up?

Comics Fetish: Volume 83

It's another edition of Comics Fetish, your weekly dose of wallet pain. This week: Preacher Funko Pops, a Spider-Woman hoodie and more!

Comics Fetish: Volume 81

Comics Fetish: Volume 79

What Comics Gave Me: A Look at Sequential Art and Finding a Life Worth Living

Leah discusses how comics helped her find a family and a place to belong and be seen.

CROSS GAME and the Merit of Sports Narratives for the Decidedly Un-Sporty

Leah discusses how sports comics (and sports manga) can appeal to those who don't enjoy watching sports.

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