Go here. Then come back and tell me if I was exaggerating, even a little, about what you can expect from Season 2.
Archive for September, 2005
Sorry I haven’t written much in the past couple of days. I’ve been dealing with something. Just a quick journal note: Mary and I made major progress, and laughed ourselves silly, plotting Hard Time: Season 2 #6 on Tuesday. This may be the strangest story I’ve worked on since the duck’s nervous breakdown, and yet […]
I am trying hard not to look into the pit, but the edge keeps creeping closer, and — oh! I see! It’s the fucking Grand Canyon — and look! — the Colorado River runs thick and black with slowly clotting blood, all the way to the Temple of Vishnu.
Mary forwarded this article to me. No, it’s not a gag. (Even if somebody at Yahoo can’t spell the plural of “hero.”)
At least 31 states are taking steps to teach alternatives to evolution. A CBS poll last November found 65 percent of Americans favor teaching creationism as well as evolution while 37 percent want creationism taught instead of evolution. Fifty-five percent of Americans believe God created humans in their present form, the poll found. So I […]
It’s been a peculiar couple of days. Some disquieting medical news. Lots of emailed back-and-forth, give-and-take with editor Joey Cavalieri about the new DC project. Plotting session with Mary on the next *Hard Time* — undoubtedly the strangest issue we’ve ever done. This is my first serious attempt at getting work done since coming down […]
This is a call for help. I have a friend in New York City who’s desperately in need of work. He’s partially disabled, but fully capable of handling any job that involves sitting at a computer and punching keys — data entry, word processing, proofreading, etc. — or telephone work. If you live in NYC […]
I’ve always wondered whether Wall Street would figure this out. (Join the site if you have to. It’s free.) The Motley Fool article links to a blog post by Rivkah Greulich, an American writer and artist of manga for Tokyopop, that’s even more interesting. She gets it. Completely.
Today is my birthday. I look at that number and, even in my current infirm condition, cannot comprehend it. I once thought I would be a model of aging gracefully…but no. Apparently, I’m going to age screaming in protest. In this, if nothing else, I am a typical baby boomer. There *has* to be a […]
pay the farmers As promised, here is the panel from *The Brave and the Bold* #28, the very first Justice League of America adventure, that makes me cackle every time I read the story. Green Lantern destroys Starro the Conqueror, thereby saving the life of every human being on the planet. And what’s he concerned […]