The “Do You Even Comic Book!?” community is a vast and expeditiously expanding group of individuals that love comic books. Our purpose? To let individuals, know that if they love comic books, then that is the only prerequisite for “even comic booking.”
Established with a council of six, the community seeks to create a safe space for celebration of comics that involves lovers of all different types of comics from all different walks of life. Through interactive efforts like the Do You Even Comic Book Club, and discussion centered around #CharacterFocus’s or pitting our favorite characters against each other in our “Do You Even Duel!?” tournaments, we have fashioned a means to talk about the things we love without feeling like we have to be qualified to do so.
With the power of raw irony, we take the toxic demeaning nature of “Do You Even?” and transform it into something that we can all use in jest and unpretentious nature, with the knowing that “Yes, I love comics, and simply by that alone, I comic book.”
We love the community and expel only those that wish to create discord among it with toxic attitudes, falsehoods, and bullying attitudes. If you aren’t any of those things, then you are welcome. Join the community. Come comic book with us. We want you.
Ever wonder just how the Do You Even Comic Book family came about? It started with just a few fanatical fans that loved to talk about comic books and decided to organize a community around the idea of inclusion of all people and a passion for the fandom. Here are the people that keep the lights on.
John Robinson IV
The Architech. AKA Sceritz. A cosmic obliterator of the IVth Wall and breaker of chains of the hordes of fandoms scattered throughout the multiverse. Architect of DoYouEvenComicBook.com and Creator of IVWall.net.
Becky loves good stories and good alcohol. She's willing to die on many pointless hills including: Oxford Comma Hill, Pineapple on Pizza Hill, and Jedi are Space Wizards Hill. Conan Red and Sonja were her first loves but she has happily dived to the wider world of comics.