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Category Archives: Comics
Quite often when I was buying comics it took me quite a while to decide exactly which book to choose. I had a limited budget. When Kamandi issue #29 hit the stands every other comic seemed to disappear. Never … Continue reading
But this guy does. Happy Birthday Jack Kirby! News From ME -News From ME. Superman may be the most important character in Comic book history, but to my mind, Jack Kirby was the single most important creator ever to work … Continue reading
I was watching the 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony the other night. It was nice to see Donovan get inducted and perform. His song “Sunshine Superman” always struck me as odd because of the lyric Superman or … Continue reading
Until I reached my teens and started earning money, it was a big deal to have a few cents in my pocket and I do mean a few cents. You could get a lot with a dollar.(I seriously was hoping … Continue reading
Ron Dante OnLine – The Official Website. See what “Archie” has been up to. This is a photo of the first record I ever owned. Well, co-owned. It was cut off the back of a box of Post Sugar Crisp … Continue reading
Well, that certainly is an ominous title for such a fun loving blog. Believe me, it’s not all that dire. When I was in third grade I attended a very small Catholic School which was predominantly taught by nuns, though … Continue reading
I just bought the comic book you see to the left on ebay the other day. Green Lantern #60 by all accounts is a rather innocuous issue in the total run of that series. But for me it is a rather historic … Continue reading
Back in the mid 1980′s I had a brief career as a comic book writer working mostly for small independent publishers, while simultaneously owning a comic book specialty store. Inevitably a local newspaper or cable outlet would do a story … Continue reading