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Thursday, May 13, 2004
Guest Starring: Wyatt Wingfoot!
1) Larry Young has posted a list of the bloggers he reads regularly. I have to admit, I was sort of surprised, and immensely honored, to see my name on that list with all those other people doing really good work (except for that Mike Sterling guy. I'd watch out for him if I were you. I hear he once killed a man for parking in front of his drive-way). Thanks, Mr. Young.
2) Hey, my first direct response to someone else's blog: I'm with Neil and Steve in wishing there was a middle-ground comics publication that combined the best features of both Wizard and The Comics Journal without the short-comings of those magazines. Which is really depressing, because I seem to recall that The Comics Journal used to be that middle-ground magazine, many, many years ago.
3) Pal Mark pointed out this site of photographs by Francois Nars, X-Ray. There's a certain sort of perverse logic in casting Jeff Stryker as Superman. Each, in his own way, is a pop-culture icon, the paragon of their respective fields.
4) Speaking of that sketchy character Mike Sterling, both of us are kind of confused by these comics:
Since when is the presence of the gold-and-yellow spandex version of Sandman a bonus? How is the presence of Wyatt Wingfoot a selling-point? We don't get it.