In the most recent issue of WWE Magazine…
Thanks, WWE Magazine!
You can buy my book here, by the way.
Good show, Brian.
With the WWE headline, #11 there just gives off a creepy kind of Benoit vibe, don’t it?
Cool bike. Perfect for all of the SAMCRO wannabes.
Was Superman a Spy? and Death from the Skies! are going to be my two most given gifts this Christmas.
I’ve always been curious about stuff like this. When a magazine mentions a product like this that isn’t a full profile or review, do they notify the author’s agent that it’s going in, or does that fall under fair use?
I still wanna know why you didn’t talk about the McFarlane/Gaiman-Miracleman lawsuit, unless you’re saving that for your second book, “Was Batman a Villain?”
Yeah, it’s definitely fair use.
I didn’t know about it until a friend of mine let me know.
Brian, I’m sick of the wrestling. I come here for comics and…
Congrats on this and the success of the book!
To answer Wesley Smith’s question, as a magazine editor, whenever a magazine runs any sort of product review they’re either working directly with the PR folks for that product or the writer/inventor/owner themselves. PR will usually provide proper press releases and images. But, if they wanted to run a write up on Brian’s book because they picked it up at a store and photographed it themsevles, then they are also free to do that. It’s almost always the former though.
Brian – Congratulations. That is incredibly cool.
Wrestling needs better writers and could learn a lot from the comic community and/or take more advice of wrestlers who read comics.
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