"Sounds good to me!There's a Facebook group called "What's Your Plan B?" for former ink-stained wretches like us who find ourselves needing to pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and go find the next thing with the…"
Here's a good news/bad news post.The bad news:As some of you may know, I was laid off from The Commercial Appeal newspaper in Memphis back in late March.This didn't come as that great a surprise. Even though I'd worked there for 27 years, the last 10-15 had been under a sword of Damocles for all of us. Wave after wave of layoffs swept the newsroom, and while my number never came up, a good many people I considered untouchable got touched. It became evident that no one was safe, no matter how…See More
"True Story Swear to God:
We once had a clerk who wasn't the sharpest knife in the drawer. On some anniversary of JFK's death, we sent him into the morgue -- this was pre-Internet -- to find a picture of Kennedy. He was gone forever.…"
"If it's superheros punching Nazis you want to see, Gail Simone did a solid for the world by creating a hashtag on Twitter:
GAIL SIMONE @GailSimone Aug 12
Okay, we clearly need a #ComicsHateNazis tag. Please fill this tag with comics…"
"In the Golden Age, Wonder Woman could contact Paradise Island by mental radio. She contacted the Holliday Girls that way a few times, too. I don't know exactly what the "mental radio" was, or what limitations it had, any more than I…"
"As you all know, my Omnibus priority is stuff that either hasn't been reprinted at all or exceeds that which has already been reprinted in the Archives (all of which I have). But for a little while there I was unemployed, and so let things get…"
"Speaking of Frank Miller there's a story about him and Zack Snyder on avclub.com (sorry, the link isn't more specific) titled "Zack Snyder's '300' presaged the howling fascism of the alt-right." It contains this…"
"Being an art guy, I noticed a lot of artists fairly early. I could pick out Kirby, Kane, Heck and Sekowsky pretty early, probably some others. I knew Murphy Anderson's style, but it took me longer to twig that sometimes he was drawing and…"
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.