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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.
There are a number of X-Men heroes who went on to join the Avengers, but some are stronger than others. Here are the Top 10 most powerful, ranked!
Even though Super Saiyan 5 was completely fabricated with a now-famous piece of fan art, Dragon Ball basically made it canon and no one even noticed.
The Avengers might be Earth's Mightiest Heroes, but they still have bills to pay. Here are the Top 10 Avengers with jobs that will blow fans' minds!
Baby is perhaps the creepiest villain in Dragon Ball GT, not only that, but he has proven to be the exact opposite of Majin Buu because of one power.
Godzilla's the undisputed King of the Monsters, but there seems to be a new alpha Titan in town, and shockingly, Godzilla won't fight it - here's why!
Darth Vader just debuted in all-new ability in Star Wars lore: Force-limbs. Which raises the question, could he have accessed this power sooner?
Marvel Comics fans are kept up to date on every Avenger's romantic life, and sometimes the pairings are unarguably odd. Here are the 10 most shocking!
Black Widow just merged with her very own symbiote in the latest issue of the ongoing Venom series, and in doing so, debuts her Venomized codename.
Darth Vader's biggest Star Wars weakness stretches back to his greatest childhood interest, one that's seemingly been corrupted by the dark side.
Godzilla is the King of the Monsters, something that's been established more than once, but one new story delves into exactly why that's the case.
Buffy may be a vampire slayer, but she's no stranger to vampire team-ups. Here are the best comic book vampires that deserve a Buffy crossover.
The Juggernaut has a shockingly strong healing factor that oftentimes gets completely forgotten by the wider fandom, and he finally explains it.
With a single comment made to the Jedi Council of the High Republic era, Yoda accurately predicted how and why Emperor Palpatine would rise to power.
Black Widow has a new 'Venom' upgrade, and in a preview for an upcoming Marvel Comics issue, she uses it to add a horrific twist to 1 MCU scene.
Everyone is familiar with the sound of Godzilla's iconic roar, but they may not know the secret purpose it serves, as explained in the MonsterVerse.
Despite the fact that Vegeta and Goku are famous rivals in Dragon Ball canon, the Saiyan Prince is way more like Kakarot than he would like to admit.
Darth Vader hates Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars lore, a hatred that's matched only by that of himself, yet there still exists one person he hates more.
As revealed by Mark Miller and Peter Gross, their series American Jesus nearly included a mind-blowing twist at the end (& it's good it was cut).