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365 Reasons Catch-Up

I’m just awful with coming up with cool post titles. At any rate, I thought I’d catch you up, faithful viewer, with the holes currently being filled in the Reasons archive. Here’s five entries for you today, all written by our friend from the comments, Ian Astheimer:

307. John Campbell

308. Livewires

314. Sean Phillips

315. Invincible

316. Transmission-X

More tomorrow!

13 Comments

How about 365 varieties? You know, like Heinz sauces (ketchups)?

Richard Starkings. RICHARD STARKINGS!!!

Any room for Evan Dorkin? C’mon, you can’t say no to the guy behind Milk & Cheese, among other properties.

And while I’m thinking about it, there’s Gail Simone. I know that CSBG didn’t start under CBR, but she went from poster (on Jonah Weiland’s Kingdom Come forums) to humor columnist to critically-acclaimed writer. That’s gotta count for a slot, right?

All good calls, folks.

Send your write-ups to Bill, and he’ll post ‘em!

Or send your suggestions, and he’ll write ‘em!

Or I’ll write ‘em.

There are still gaps to be filled.

What are the e-mail addresses? Since I’ve provided mine, you can e-mail those to me.

Jason, you can grab Bill’s email address here.

I think Greg should write the entry on Richard Starkings. The man sends all his comics to Greg for free, so it’s obvious they have a personal relationship.

I think Greg should write the entry on Richard Starkings. The man sends all his comics to Greg for free, so it’s obvious they have a personal relationship.

I hope that’s sarcasm. :)

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