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Year of the Artist, Day 155: Michael Lark, Part 2 – Sandman Mystery Theatre #57 and Scene of the Crime #4

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Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Michael Lark, and the issues are Sandman Mystery Theatre #57 and Scene of the Crime #4, which were published by DC/Vertigo and are cover dated December 1997 and August 1999. The scans from Scene of the Crime are from the trade paperback, which is cover dated July 2000. Enjoy!
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Year of the Artist, Day 77: Kelley Jones, Part 4 – The Crusades: Urban Decree

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Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Kelley Jones, and the issue is The Crusades: Urban Decree, which was published by DC/Vertigo and is cover dated April 2001. Enjoy!
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Year of the Artist, Day 51: J. H. Williams III, Part 2 – Uncanny X-Men #352 and The Creeper #9

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Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is J. H. Williams III, and the issues are Uncanny X-Men #352 and The Creeper #9, the first of which was published by Marvel and is cover dated February 1998, the second of which was published by DC and is cover dated August 1998. Enjoy!
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Committed: Seagle & Kristiansen’s “Genius”

080713_genius1If you can’t sleep, reading a book might be the closest thing to having a friend stay up with you. At 5am I woke up with back ache and I couldn’t fall asleep again, so I picked up Steven Seagle and Teddy Kristiansen’s book, “Genius” and slipped into someone else’s world for a while. Not being able to sleep and lying in bed, alone with all of the thoughts about why you can’t sleep and what it will mean tomorrow are the things that make sleeplessness so incredibly annoying. If you’re not alone, being awake late can almost be fun, like when we were little kids and felt like we were getting away with something by staying up late. Finding something good to read as company in the night is a welcome reminder of the world outside of sleepless thoughts, and Seagle and Kirstiansen’s “Genius” is pretty good company.

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Comics You Should Own – Sandman Mystery Theatre

The many, many excellent series that begin with “S” continue!
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Frantic as a cardiograph scratching out the lines, Day 5: Sandman Mystery Theatre #66

Every day this month, I will be examining the first pages of random comics. Today’s page is from Sandman Mystery Theatre #66, which was published by DC/Vertigo and is cover dated October 1998. Enjoy!
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Comic-Con 2011: I am described as “persnickety” and other anecdotes from San Diego

Yes, it’s time for the Mother of All Con Reports! No panel coverage, no breaking news, no fascinating interviews – just stories from the convention trenches! See: Superheroes struggle to text! Read about: The man with no sunglasses! Behold: Your humble author’s clothing! Nothing is sacred, not even the reputation of our newly-minted Eisner-award-winning Grand Poobah!
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