Although we were forced to spend most of our allotted vacation budget on the car, we ALSO were forced — sort of– to take a fun overnight trip around the Olympic Peninsula. And we found some cool stuff along the way.
Rereading comic books has effects I never expected. The past few years I’ve read so many Bronze Age comics with the P.A.C.K. toyline ad (Professional Agents/Crime Killers!) I think I …
With the car out of commission for a week, I got a chance to catch up on some reading during my lengthy bus commute.
We’ve reached the end of an era, so let’s see how it all shakes out!
I wanted to do a small tribute to Steve Ditko, and I thought, I kind of already did one a few years ago, so why don’t I just use some of that work? And away we go!
As a sort of a follow-up to Greg Hatcher’s bookscouting column last February, here’s a little more about a wonderful antique store in Salem that he missed on his visit.
I was reminded of WIR recently and thought it was high time somebody documented the origin of the term and site, at least somewhat beyond the bare-bones detail to be found at Wikipedia. As it happens, I know pretty much all the people who were involved in the site, and was present during some of the early discussion, so I invited them to participate in an online roundtable discussion.