SAN DIEGO – Steve Gerber and Don Rosa have been selected to receive the 2013 Bill Finger Award for Excellence in Comic Book Writing. The selection, made by a blue-ribbon committee chaired by writer-historian Mark Evanier, was unanimous. The Bill Finger Award was instituted in 2005 at the instigation of comic book legend Jerry Robinson. [...]
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It’s been over a year since I updated this board. I find myself talking about Steve often and thinking about him but there hasn’t been anything that has prompted me to post here. Maybe we can change that. I’ll start a new thread and ask that folks post about the Gerber work that has been [...]
A Spammer posted a harmless-looking message as a comment to the previous message. It contained a link (irrelevant to Gerber) that took you to a harmless-looking website. But that website was full of nasty stuff to infect your computer and steal your identity and make your toenails fall out. I have deleted the message…but if [...]
Another new look, with all the rough edges still evident. Back to the old look for a while. Managed to dodge the Kidney Lady, so we won’t even go into the details of that one. The past couple of days have been hugely exhausting, but developments on most fronts have been either neutral or positive, [...]
I’ll probably go back to the old look later today. Right now, I’m just trying to stave off the Kidney Lady. (Explanation to follow.)
‘Nuff said for now. More to follow.
Starting weight: 215 Previous weight: 217 Current weight: 214.5 Moving the right direction, anyway. Finally.
In the post immediately below this one (“THE PULSE on Doctor Fate”), do you see chevrons or black dots before the two indented paragraphs?
Starting weight: 215 Previous weight: 213 Current weight: 215.5 (When I have some time, I’ll discuss the workings of the Cosmic Thwart.)
…are to master Norton Ghost, so I don’t have to go searching for individual files to restore from its backups… …and to write the next Doctor Fate, because DC needs it immediately. After that, I may have one or two surprises to discuss. Spoke to UCLA yesterday. Nothing new. They’re still attempting to deal with [...]