Friday, April 29, 2005

Reviews, Reviews, Reviews -- As April is winding down, I note that Comic Book Galaxy has posted one hell of a lot of reviews this month. If you haven't been keeping up, take a look. A lot of good comics came out this month, and I'd hate to think any got past you.

Also, less than 24 hours remain for you to register for the James Kochalka Super-F*cking Contest, so, go and enter. And while you're feeling all lucky and entery, register for the Project Superior Contest, too!

Thursday, April 28, 2005

The Whys and Wherefores -- Over at The Great Curve, there's an excellent essay on comics collecting, and I'm proud to say it's by The Galaxy's own Marc Sobel. Go check it out.

Monday, April 25, 2005

Thanks -- Just wanted to say "thank you" to whoever it was that nominated both me and Chris Allen for best reviewer in this year's Squiddies voting. I'm sure I speak for Chris, too, when I say thanks for noticing our efforts here.

The Monday Briefing -- We've got a ton of new reviews today at Comic Book Galaxy, including Ed The Happy Clown #1, 24 Hour Comics, Tiempos Finales (End Times), Wingnut and Fidget, Filler,
Hulk Visionaries: Peter David Vol. 1, and Black Panther Vol. 1; plus Marc Sobel's Crack Shots has reviews of Ordinary Victories, Lore #1-5, Hoax #1, Sin City: That Yellow Bastard and Found Magazine #1. Also today, register to win in our new Project Superior Contest courtesy of AdHouse Books, and remember that this is the final week to enter the Super-F*cking Contest courtesy of James Kochalka, Top Shelf Productions and Comic Book Galaxy!

Sunday, April 24, 2005

Happy Happy Happy -- I missed it by one day, but a belated and quite sincere Happy Third Anniversary to Christopher Butcher. There's a handful of people whose tastes I have learned to trust implicitly, and even fewer who can write their asses off, and Christopher is firmly in both camps. I'd rather read his thoughts about most comics than the comics themselves. Do yourself a favour and bookmark and see if you don't agree.

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