Daniel Best was born in South Australia and is a life-long lover of history and popular culture. He has worked extensively in both electronic and print media, and currently works for the Government of South Australia. In his spare time he writes profusely and his work has been lauded worldwide as being insightful and, at times, ground-breaking. With a keen eye for his topics and a dogged approach to research, Daniel's books have won high praise from their readers with the result being that, in 2010, Best formed his own publishing arm, Blaq Books. At the moment his Trials of Superman Volumes 1 & 2 have been downloaded over 60,000 times in four months, and his books include the authorised biographies of the Eisner Hall Of Fame winners Ross Andru & Mike Esposito and Jim Mooney. Recently Best has begun to delve his research talents to the world of law, copyright and the impacts that cases have upon society as a whole. This has resulted in a whole new field of books, which will be available as electronic versions only, thus cementing his desire to remain at the forefront of publishing. He is verbose, articulate and his work is referenced both in other people's books and the media and also in major court cases in the USA. His current works include the complete history of the legendary Newton Comics and the 1955 Queensland Comic Book trials.