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Overview (4)

Born in Minnesota, USA
Birth NameLewis Jeffrey Lovhaug
Nickname Linkara
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Lewis Lovhaug was born on August 19, 1987 in Minnesota, USA as Lewis Jeffrey Lovhaug. He is an actor and writer, known for Atop the Fourth Wall (2008), Atop the Fourth Wall: The Movie (2015) and The Cinema Snob (2007). He has been married to Viga Victoria Gadson since November 12, 2017.

Spouse (1)

Viga Victoria Gadson (12 November 2017 - present)

Trade Mark (9)

Glasses, hat, brown smoking jacket
Comic book/sega genesis fans
Refrains from using R-rated language in his videos
Able to change his voice to suit a variety of characters and personalities
His feature "Miller Time" in which he snidely examines the work of Frank Miller.
His theme song "Atop the Fourth Wall"
Reads narrative captions in an overly dramatic, baritone voice
Often wears a waistcoat with a shirt and tie.
Often begins videos with the catchphrase "Hello and welcome to Atop the Fourth Wall, where bad comics burn."

Trivia (19)

Avid comic book fan. Hosts two shows in which he reviews (or, more appropriately, roasts) comic books: Atop the Fourth Wall (2008) ("Where bad comics burn"); and "Longbox of the Damned", which is primarily horror-themed. He portrays a separate host for each show: "Linkara" for AT4W; and "Count Von Moarte" (who speaks with a Transylvanian accent) for LOTD.
He loves Patton (1970).
Big fan of Power Rangers and Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987).
His last name is pronounced "love-hog".
His favorite movie of all time is Camelot (1967).
Lewis' surname, Lovhaug, is Norwegian for "leaf hill".
Names Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1988) and Doctor Who (1963) as his inspirations.
Despite all the bad comics he's reviewed, Lewis has named Frank Miller's Holy Terror, to be the worst comic he's ever read, even though Spider Man's: One More Day is high on his list and is a commonly used running gag on his show.
Named his character Linkara after Link from The Legend Of Zelda games. He admits that he never played them.
As a child; he was bullied because of his weird last name.
Was good friends with Justin Carmical.
Has regarded Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) as his favorite Star Trek movie.
He named "JLA/Titans: The Technis Imperative" as his favourite comic and the one that got him interested in the medium.
His favorite star trek show is star trek deep space nine.
Along with being a comic book reviewer; he also has his own comic book series; revolution of the mask.
He considers star trek 2 the wrath of khan to be a perfect movie.
Was inspired to become an internet reviewer by the nostalgia critic and the angry video game nerd.

Personal Quotes (5)

[Introducing his Power Rangers History videos] Liking a cheesy kids show to the point where I'm actually doing analysis of it doesn't make me a freak any more than someone who thinks that The Phantom Menace was the best Star Wars movie ever.
[on Bulk and Skull from Power Rangers] It's one thing to be brave when you got powers, good looks, and the uncanny ability to do fifteen things at once and be loved by all. It's an entirely different matter to be the underdog: not the smartest or the best in shape and still stand up to evil.
Something that sometimes people forget is that you don't need great special effects in order to carry a great show or movie ... because the story is good.
[when asked if he has ever read his Encyclopedia Dramatica article and how he feels about it] I have, but it was years ago. And no, I'm not bothered by it. People are entitled to their own opinion about whether they like my show or not. I was more upset that they were posting my then-address and suggesting they go to my place and mess with me... except they were suggesting things like "egg my house" or go to Iron Liz's workplace and annoy her. ...You know, the things 12 year-olds think of. But even if they were actually serious and hated me with every fiber of their being, it doesn't matter. I've gotten messages before from people telling me that my show helped make them feel better during dark times, or helped them with their depression or tough life. What the hell can some asshole on a mock Wikipedia page say to top that?
Fandom is a funny thing. It's easy to call the fans of any particular subject, be it sports, a movie, a TV show, etc., the worst kind of people. In reality, everybody is passionate about certain subjects and will take up arms in their defense. I'm no different and there are plenty of TV shows, characters, and etc. that I will defend.

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