Brian Domingos, reviews editor over at popimage.com, gives a year-end shout-out to Demo
: "...itís one of the best looking books on the stands, production-wise and really, they raised the bar."
while EIC Jonathan Ellis taps Electric Girl
as a good gift for the kids. "It really is an enjoyable read that was just waiting to turned into an animated series and best of all comes with a low cover price."
Domingos reviews 1000 Steps to World Domination
as well: "1000 STEPSÖ is the punk rawk to the whiny cry-core of the skinny white guy comics. Sure, heís a skinny white guy with a problem, but Jesus Christ Ė itís time to Get Something Done. I canít help wonder how close he is to his dream of World Domination. All the evidence is that, well, I donít know him, yet I bought his book and put money in his pocket. Thatís gotta count for something."
If anyone needs me today, I'm going to be at the Isotope
with a couple of Cohibas and the Springbank Longrow, sharing the good cheer.
Bill Sherman, he of the Pop Culture Gadabout
sobriquet, has a timely review of Tales From Fish Camp.
"I found Danielle Henderson to be an amusing raconteur..."
...it's timely 'cause the thing fits in a stocking,
I'm very proud of my Uncle Joe, who's received the prestigious Migliore Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Marble Institute of America. Those checking in may remember me writing about my two-year stint cutting granite in the late Eighties, or the many references to constructional stone in my Loose Cannon
Well, here's the press release announcing the award
going to Joe Kapcheck, a man who, to my knowledge, has never taken marble for granite.
makes us all blush modestly by writing about Tales from Fish Camp:
"I read the whole thing in one setting and couldnít put it down. I didnít want it to endÖ much like anything else in my life that I enjoy and is usually against some sorta law. Be it a man-made law or one against nature or proper morals."