Casper Rudolph

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Hi there! I’m Casper Rudolph (some of you may have seen me posting here as “A comic fan”), and I hail all the way from Holland. I’m a Batman fan first and a writer second. Currently I’m studying English literature/linguistics at the University of Amsterdam, and I’m also Final Editor for Writer’s Block, the university’s student magazine. Besides this, I’ve published a few short stories, I’m working hard on a fantasy novel, I play in a rock band (called The Spoofs), and I read all the Batman comics that I can get my hands on! It’s hard to pick a favorite creator or book (because it really depends on what mood I’m in), but Morrison, Gaiman, King, Snyder, Capullo and Sale are certainly up there.

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