Tristan Benns is a freelance writer and lifelong geek. He's worked as a tutor, an editor, and even a salesman in a comic book store. If he isn't asking you about your feelings on the Oxford comma, he's probably asking you to name your favorite Green Lantern.
Tristan has written comics coverage for Screen Rant for years with specific interest in topics like the X-Men, Superman, the Power Rangers, and more - and is usually pushing his pro-Cyclops agenda.
Tristan's favorite comics include such titles as Kingdom Come, DC's The New Frontier, Grant Morrison's JLA, and practically any X-Men comic, including the controversial Chuck Austen run.
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