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Ed Brisson apparently worked in a book store, but he could very well have worked in a comic shop. An illustration from my week-end: "Do you have any toys?" Sure, I have a whole aisle of toys right here. "Do you have any action figures?" Uh, sure, most of the toys are action figures. "Do you have any action figures of characters I might be interested in?"
I'm getting a lot of traffic from anime and manga boards lately. That isn't really relevant to anything, it's just an observation on my part, born out of checking my site logs this morning. Also, the phrase "t****b****" is no longer my top search term. No, now it's requests for naked pictures of Jake Shears.
Comic Monsters plugs a nice little hole that emerged in the comics/horror blogs over-lap.
Things Only I Care About I came across an issue of Super-Team Family for cheap which contained a Denny O'Neil/Ric Estrada story in which Wildcat and the Creeper team-up to take on a corrupt Latin American dictator. The comic got me to thinking: none of the Wildcat team-up stories that appeared over the years were technically in continuity, because Wildcat is an Earth-2 character and he was always being paired up with an Earth-1 hero. But an unintended side-effect of Crisis and it's removal of the multiple earths is that all those stories that continuity obsessed fans hated, mostly by Bob Haney in The Brave and The Bold, can now be in continuity.
Well, like I said, I'm probably the only one who cares whether or not old Wildcat stories "actually happened" within the context of a fictional universe.