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Some Kind of Sunday

It’s not the Spotlight, and I’m beginning to think that the Spotlight may never shine again, frankly, but it is Sunday, and I though I should pop in and say something, or rather, a few somethings. I was excited to learn that one of the favorite writers here at OpenDoor Comics recently landed an exciting […]

#ComicsSupporter

#ComicsSupporter

On Twitter, as he is wont to do, Alex Segura has started a discussion related to comics. Who was your first #comicssupporter – the person that helped you go from casual to serious fan? For me, it was my dad – who bought me my first new/off the rack comic, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #348. I’d read […]

Of Course 2: Electric Boogaloo

Of Course 2: Electric Boogaloo

Some kind of change to the plugin I use to aggregate the info that turns into posts on The Spinner Rack caused some of the posts that should have gone there to get posted here. After discovering the error, and confirming that it didn’t appear to be happening anymore, I deleted the posts. Of course, […]

Sunday Miscellany

It’s #SignalBoostSunday! Follow the link to find creators to support. I’ve often talked about the high degree of “comic book insecurity” I had as a young fan. That is, for a variety of reasons, when I was a kid I didn’t have stable, secure access to new comics. There were no comic shops within hundreds […]

Spotlight Sunday 1.28.18

A relatively decisive win this week means that there are spoilers ahead for… Only The End Of The World Again Writer: Neil Gaiman (Adapted by P. Craig Russell) Artist: Troy Nixey (Layouts by P. Craig Russell) Cover: Troy Nixey $19.99 Dark Horse The other day I was thinking about actor Rutger Hauer. Except I wasn’t […]

Is This Thing On?

Is This Thing On?

I have a problem. Well, really, I have a lot of problems. Physical, mental; really, just a huge pile of problems both large and small. For the purposes of this post, though, there’s one problem in particular that I’m grappling with though in fairness, the problem is made up of several smaller problems, and it’s […]