Hi! My name is Ashu, and here at ComicsAnalyzed, I breakdown everything related to comic books. My first exposure to the world of comics wasn't that of others, as I didn't have a first issue, go to the premiere of a comic book movie. No, my first exposure was a product of feeling an outsider. Growing up, I watched a lot of TV, but unlike most of my friends, I didn't watch many action cartoons. While they recounted how Samurai Jack traveled through time, I talked about how Thomas the Tank Engine got bumped off the rails. Naturally feeling left out, I looked for anything to help me feel more relevant in conversations, and after chasing down a good channel, I found one with a colorful looking logo called 4Kids. And what would you know, they were showing a marathon for a cool looking show called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Growing up, I didn't know it was based off a comic, but still I gave it a try, and I was hooked. Everything about the show blew my 5 year old mind, from the cool looking guy with the blades to the ninjas. So I watched this and wondered, "Are there more shows like this, and where can I find them"? So I scoured the TV and found a show on Cartoon Network called "The Batman", which I loved. And then I saw Teen Titans. And then Spider-Man: The Animated Series. And that list just grow over the years, until I got my first comic book on my 11th birthday, and it was Avengers vs X-Men #12. While looking back, made me realize the story wasn't great, I loved it. All the characters and superpowers was astounding, and I wanted more, so I bought some DC books, and that made me realize: I love comics. While I knew some would see that as geeky, I could care less, as it was my first, and greatest, hobby. And while the industry (specifically Marvel themselves) are in a bind, I still stand with the magic and wonder they can bring. So that's the point of this blog, to talk about comic books, the movies based off them, the industry and more.