For my buddy Manny Bello:
curses me for hooking him on Demo,
while Johnny B
curses his retailer for not getting his Demo
and Scurvy Dogs
for him. It's 1999 all over again...
posts up the plot for the second part of Planet of the Capes,
and then takes the opportunity to ask me when a Demo
trade is coming out. Part Four on Friday.
Also, Demo #6
came out yesterday:
Continuing his look at Astronauts in Trouble, Dave Fiore
mentions Emerson this time. With last entry's invoking of Melville, if he somehow hits on Thomas Cole and the Hudson River School, Dave'll have identified the three major influences on the story. And you guys thought it was just about spacemen in jeopardy.
blogtest winners were announced today, over at Shane Bailey's Near Mint Heroes.
I find it fitting that the guy who wanted the power to shoot midgets out of his hands won the copy of Scurvy Dogs
serves up a neat capsule review of Scurvy Dogs
which includes the phrase "hilarity has no choice but to ensue." Nothing wrong with that.
and I have done the second part of the Planet of the Capes
exploration, with Part Three coming tomorrow.
takes a look at Electric Girl
today, which is pretty coincidental, considering Mike Brennan just forwarded me the first twelve pages of Electric Girl Volume Three!
has some real nice words to say about our hard work on Astronauts in Trouble,
and Bill Sherman's
review is the first one I've seen that puts its metaphorical finger right on the Codeflesh/Spirit
connection. I can tell you Joe Casey was real pleased about that one.
starts his survey of the astronauts today, and I, for one, am very much looking forward to reading what he has to say about it.
Also, this past weekend marked the eleventh anniversary of the day Mimi and I first met, and I always remember because 1., I'm a romantic sap, and 2., it's the weekend of the Bay to Breakers race in my town. This is the kind of thing that you see there: