Fame knocked her doors while she was in her teen with the Disney show, Wizards of the Waverley Place, as Alex Russo, which was aired from 2004 to 2012.
Jonathan Hickman's return to superhero comics with took the industry by storm.
X'ed Out, The Hive, and Sugar Skull appeared in two-year intervals like postcards from the deepest underground, revealing a story of lost romance trapped between bad memories, cartoon nightmares, and an all-encompassing mood of nefarious guilt.
Rated R for: language, nudity, and violence soaked in 1980s neon lights.
But after encountering pacifist philosophies secretly encoded in a romance novel, they run off together and give birth to Hazel, the only being in the universe with wings and horns.
Well, on top of everything else, twin brothers Fábio Moon and created a lovely homage to the diverse sights, customs, and culture of their native Brazil.