Film & TV Reporter
Charles Pulliam-Moore is a Film & TV writer for The Verge focusing on genre entertainment and how disparate, fandom-specific conversations coalesce into what we know as "the discourse."
Before coming to The Verge, Charles wrote about comic books, labor, race and a multitude of other topics at io9 and Gizmodo, and his writing has also been featured on NPR's Code Switch blog.
When he isn't reading the source material for a piece or decompressing with a comfort horror movie, Charles is usually somewhere on his bike.
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