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About Spencer Connolly
Spencer Connolly is a Staff Writer for Screen Rant. With years of writing and journalism experience under his belt, Spencer joined Screen Rant in 2020. Prior to writing for Screen Rant, Spencer was a Photojournalist and News Producer. Throughout his career as a journalist and even his entire life, Spencer always had a deep love for comics and is now applying everything he has learned throughout his career to the fun and informative articles he writes for Screen Rant. You can follow Spencer on Twitter: @TheSpencerVerse.
Spencer Connolly was a photojournalist right out of college before becoming a news producer. Writing and journalism are Spencer's focus, and comic books have always been his passion. Here at ScreenRant, Spencer is able to combine the two to produce informative and fun-to-read articles for a wide variety of fandoms.
Spencer writes for ScreenRant's Comic/Anime Section. While he enjoys reading and writing about practically all comic books from a variety of different publishers, there are a few topics he likes/knows about the most.
Those topics include:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Rick and Morty
Out of all the things Spencer writes about, his all-time favorite is Alien. Spencer is as close to expert-level as someone can be in terms of the wider Alien universe, including the Dark Horse conintuity, Ridley Scott's original vision for the franchise, and even the seemingly hellish inspiration behind the xenomorph design by H.R. Giger. Everything there is to know about Alien, Spencer knows it, and that knowledge is reflected in his articles.
The impactful legacy of Star Wars Rebels is being honored with a series of variant covers by Marvel Comics celebrating the show's 10th anniversary.
The Sentry has a reputation as Marvel's Superman for a reason, but despite that, he's not invincible. Here are the 10 Marvel characters who beat him.
2 members of the Seven died for the exact same reason, with The Boys' Billy Butcher delivering the killing blows both times - here's what killed them.
While there are a few superheroes in the Marvel Universe Captain Marvel clearly doesn't like, there's one in particular who she doesn't respect.
10 Terrifying Sith Weapons That Prove They're More Interesting Than the Jedi (Ranked Weakest to Strongest)
Some Star Wars fans would argue that Sith are more interesting than Jedi, and in regard to Sith weapons, they'd be right. Here are the 10 deadliest!
Quentin Tarantino's sequel film to Antonio Banderas' Zorro never got made, and the comic only served to show fans exactly what they missed out on.
The Guardians of the Galaxy recently added a few new members to the team in the MCU, and one of them is actually Thanos' successor in the comics.
When Vegeta took on the villainous form of Majin Vegeta in Dragon Ball Z, he defeated Goku in a battle that was utterly flipped by Dragon Ball Super.
Star Wars released a preview for an all-new story called The Book of Ajax which showed how the droid leader reverses Yoda's famous dark side warning.
Thanos is one of the most powerful entities in the Marvel Comics universe, and his cosmic title is the reason behind his universe-ending strength.
Luke Skywalker made a mistake with Kylo Ren that nearly threw the galaxy into darkness, but it was one he made already, long before facing Palpatine.
King Kong challenged Godzilla in Godzilla vs Kong, but before that epic kaiju fight, another Titan did the same thing, one who was far deadlier.
Drax's character in the MCU is vastly different from his Marvel Comics counterpart, but they do have one secret similarity that many fans missed.
The Doctor has no shortage of companions throughout the Doctor Who television series, but there's one TV fans never met who's the coolest: Shayde.
Quentin Tarantino planned a Django Unchained sequel film that was turned into a comic book series, and that series brought back an unpunished villain.
Wolverine is easily one of the hardest Marvel Comics heroes to kill given his adamantium bones and healing factor, but Hulk figured out how to do it.
As the Scourge's mind is augmented by its many droid thralls, Star Wars' new smartest character admits there's one being it must still possess.
Venom's a villain-turned-antihero, so he really doesn't have room to criticize Marvel heroes, but he does anyway, as there's 1 he does not respect.
Back in the '90s, the X-Men introduced a member who was just as wild and crazy as Deadpool, but they had a power that made them even more extreme.
Thrawn's a villain with no equal, who some consider to be more threatening than Darth Vader, yet one OT Star Wars villain just proved to be his match.