I am a Comic Studies MLitt student at the University of Dundee and a comics writer from Puerto Rico (currently writing What They Eat with Nelson de Leon and Cannon’s Flight with Ramon Serrano). I have a Master’s Degree in History from the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras campus and am a high school history teacher as well. My research focuses on the post-9/11 superhero and how history and ideology inform late 20th and early 21st century comic book narratives. I have presented papers on Brian K. Vaughan’s Ex Machina and on the pedagogical dimensions of mainstream superhero comics.
I write about comic books and history in my blog Arcades of History and am currently developing a short 12-page comic called One Degree of Separation.
I am currently reading Scott Snyder’s Batman and follow everything Brian K. Vaughan. Saga is the best thing in comic book stores now. Go read it!