PREVIEW: Rucka & Sharp's "Wonder Woman: Rebirth" Brings Epic Action
IÂ knowÂ that since we moved over here we have a bigger audience (I don’t know how much bigger, since the Great Cronin jealously guards those numbers!), and therefore we have a bigger range of opinions chiming in.Â I have noticed that recently, people seem to be meaner to me, and it has made me cry.Â Why, good readers, don’t you like me?Â How can I live without your approval???? Continue Reading »
Yes, folks, it’s that time of the month – when I make up for falling behind at Snark Free Waters, and make it up by having a big “Name That Artist” Game! This time, it’s a continuation of the original “making up for falling behind” game, “Name That Iron Man Artist!” The following are links to panels by Iron Man artists from the end of David Michelinie and Bob Layton’s first run (#159) until the end of John Byrne’s run (about #279). Here is a link to the artists from the first game – none of those artists appear among the fifteen artists in the new game. Read on to see the links to each panel! Continue Reading »
The answers to the “Name That JJJ Artist!” game are up, including who made the most correct guesses – including the top person, with an astounding EIGHTEEN out of twenty-nine correct! Check the answers out here.
It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for – the identification of the 25 panels/pages that I asked you to, well, identify. The winner will be revealed at the end of the post. Of course, I should have disqualified everyone because nobody wished me a Happy Birthday in their e-mails! I had a good cry about it, though, and I’m fine now! If you’ll forgive me, I’ll talk a bit about each panel. Just because, you know, I can. Continue Reading »
You have until the end of today to enter my contest! All the details are here. I have gotten a bunch of entries, but there’s always room for more! I will reveal the winner and the answers tomorrow.
Just in case you forgot to enter. Please go about your business.
Yes, it’s Ho Chi Minh’s birthday today – he would have been 106 today! It’s also Joey Ramone’s birthday, Pete Townshend’s birthday, Malcolm X’s birthday, and Pol Pot’s birthday (boo!). It’s also my birthday. Yippee! I turn 35 today, which means I’m old. Okay, not old, but I feel old. It also means that I remember buying comics when you could give the clerk a single piece of green paper with George Washington’s picture on it and receive a comic book in exchange and get change. I know – sit down and catch your breath for a second! Phew, that’s quite the head rush!
In celebration of my natal-versary, I’m giving stuff away! Continue Reading »
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