ComiConverse Fantasy Football Draft – Part 2

Lydia Roberts L. K. Roberts
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August 18th, 2015

I am a proud Blerd who lives in the Pacific Northwest home. My dad had an interest in comic books and instilled a passion for them in me. After decades of being a Marvel Fanatic, I got sucked into the DC whirlpool that was The New 52 launch. Currently, I am moving more into various independent and non-mainstream titles. I am a proud supporter of local artists, comic book creators, and comic book businesses. My two goals as a writer for ComiConverse are 1) to highlight new, little-known, and/or diverse titles, artists and writers, and work that is coming out of the smaller publication houses and 2) to address issues of race, gender, and sexual orientation in comics and the industry.

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Welcome back to part two of our fantasy football comic book lineup!

If you didn’t get a chance to read Part One, check it out here for a peek at my choices for coach, quarterback, running back, and wide receiver. My team represents key players from some of the current titles I am reading, but what about you? I’ve gotten a little feedback on who would be a part of your teams, but I’d love to hear more.

While the Steelers aren’t faring very well in the preseason so far, I still have nothing but love for my boys in black and gold.

Similarly, I get nothing but enjoyment from the characters in this article, who come from these books in my Pull List: A-Force by Marguerite Bennett, G. Willow Wilson, and Jorge Molina, Cyborg by David Walker, Ivan Reis, and Joe Prado, Groot by Jeff Loveness and Declan Shalvey, The Empty by Jimmie Robinson, Mythic by Phil Hester and John McCrea, Past Always by Matt Kindt and Scott Kolins, Rat Queens by Kurtis J. Wiebe and Tess Fowler, and Saga by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples, and Thors by Jason Aaron, Chris Sprouse, and Goran Sudzuka.

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Interested to see who I picked for what position?

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