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All throughout June, I’ll spotlight a different web site about comic books.. Like with the month of independent comics, the month of LGBT comics and last month’s month of webcomics, I figure I will let you comic book site/blog owners out there suggest your comic book web site (or blog) for spotlight during this month. So if you want me to spotlight your comic book site, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Today we look at Brian Foss’ Deadman Comics, Issue by Issue which, appropriately enough, reviews every comic featuring Deadman in chronological order.
Soooo….yeah, not much else to say here, right?
I mean, it is a cool idea, don’t get me wrong. I like the site. It is just that it is such a simple concept, you really don’t need much elaboration from me.
The site is well-designed and the reviews are fun (Foss is up to 1976). Here is what a sample entry looks like…
Cool looking site, right?
So if you’re interested in Deadman, this is a neat site to follow his history along with Foss! I can only imagine how crazy things get when we hit the 1990s and 2000s, when Deadman made a ton of guest-appearances!
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