He writes toy reviews for Master Collector. He's not very objective. I remember reading a review a few weeks ago for the JLU three-pack with Dr. Fate and Green Arrow in it. He seems to think that a toy review is a good place to share his religious and political beliefs. Here's a couple of quotes from his review:
About Dr. Fate:
"I'm not, as a Christian, entirely comfortable with mystic-type characters, but at least in the comics they don't tend to come across as "legit" as Harry Potter, or the real-life Wiccans, who are toying with very dangerous spiritual forces at the risk of their souls. When it comes to the likes of Doctor Fate, it helps to consider the character as entirely fictional, with no basis in actual mysticism."
About Green Arrow:
"GREEN ARROW is the DC Universe's resident archer. He's Oliver Queen, former rich guy turned mostly urban street hero. The character in the comics, and thankfully to a lesser degree, not only tends to be arrogant, but he's got this way leftist mindset that originated with a series of stories by Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams in the 1970's, when, partnered with Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), the archer took his cosmic buddy on a cross-country trip to discover the "real America", basically turning the journey into an activism crusade. I think it was around this same time that Arrow's one-time sidekick Speedy started doing drugs, too, which I think made the one valid point in the whole debacle -- your average liberal activist would be better off staying at home and taking care of the family."
Its not that I begrudge him the right to believe what he wants, I just don't think personal beliefs belong in a toy review. I was so suprised to read this stuff that I sent him an email about it, but he never responded.