South-Central Pennsylvania's Ultra-Hip Pop Culture Mecca™! Since its founding in 1988 by local fans Ned Senft and Bill Wahl, Comix Connection™ has served the Pennsylvania comic-reading community for over 28 years. From its humble beginnings in the old York Book Emporium in downtown York to its current globe-straddling locations on White Street in York and on the Carlisle Pike in Mechanicsburg, Comix Connection™ has always provided the very best in customer service, selection of neat stuff and attention to detail. Visit us today! Questions? Comments? Call or Email us! Of course, all images are © and ™ their respective copyright and trademark holders! No matter where you go, there you are.

Sunday, August 31, 2008

Victorian Horror right here in Pennsylvania

Hey, have you seen the new VICTORIAN HORRORS OF OLD MAUCH CHUNK comic? It's a pretty cool Victorian Era-styled and themed horror comic from Mauch Chunk's own Michael Bann, with story and art assists by Robert Caton and Allan Gallo, straight out of Jim Thorpe, PA. Mauch Chunk? Jim Thorpe? CLICK HERE to read about this Pennsylvania town, which was home of the first roller coaster, the Mauch Chunk Switchback Gravity Railroad, located atop Mt. Pisgah. (I just love all the varied names of towns and places found in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania!) CLICK HERE to read Chris Mautner's article in the Harrisburg Patriot, and CLICK HERE to go to the VICTORIAN HORRORS OF OLD MAUCH CHUNK website... and don't forget to sign up for the "Win a Weekend for Two in Old Mauch Chunk" drawing!

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Saturday, August 30, 2008

Solar #10 - A neat gimmick

Solar #10, published by Valiant Comics back in 1993, contained one of the coolest gimmicks in a gimmick-laden era. Triple-G recently brought in a bunch of Valiants to trade in, and I got to read (again) one of my favorite books from the early 1990s - SOLAR: MAN OF THE ATOM #1-10. The coolest thing about this comic was that each of the first ten issues had a bonus 8-page center section in each issue that retold SOLAR's origin, written by Bob Layton and drawn by a favorite artist of mine, Barry Windsor-Smith. The "cool gimmick" was that the center double-page spread of each of the "origin sections" was a piece of "the largest comic panel in history"... once all ten parts were accumulated, you could lay them side-by-side on the floor to see the last panel of the origin story! What an awesome concept. I remember puzzling over each section as the monthly comic appeared, and only finally getting it when the last piece fell into place. Here it is (SPOILER ALERT!):

Pretty cool, huh? Guess you'll have to go read it to see what all the fuss was about!


Friday, August 29, 2008

DIY Green Lantern Ring!

If you have a bit of spare time over this holiday weekend why not make your own homemade resin Green Lantern ring. Visit the link and follow the eight steps to having your very own glowing power ring!


Thursday, August 28, 2008

Marvel's Best in Softcover

I know a lot of Marvel True Believers have been busy picking up Essentials for their inexpensive dose of Marvel's past comics glory, but come January 2009 Marvel would like to present you with another option...

Look for more details very soon!


Wednesday, August 27, 2008

My Irish buddy is so much cooler than me

We recently had the pleasure of putting up (with?) old friends of mine who currently reside in Dublin, Ireland (Hi Ciaran, Martina, Kyle and Aran!) One of the things that struck me after having not seen them for 12 years or so was how much they haven't changed. They are still hip, smart, cool, etc., while I seemed to have become mired in soft middle age. Case in point, Ciaran's awesome tattoo:

(That's a Ralph Steadman rendering of Hunter S Thompson as Dr. Gonzo, with the inscription "HST/RIP".)

That's completely cool, and just the kind of thing I'd like to think I would get, if I got a tattoo.

And then there's the piercing, but that's a story for another day.

(Of course it was great to see the Dubliners... the time flew so quickly we just may have to visit them in a year or two!)

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Tuesday, August 26, 2008



(Tomorrows comics ship right on time though!)


Monday, August 25, 2008

Imperial Fleet Week in San Francisco!

I thought you all might like this:

That is some fancy editing skills! Very cool.


Sunday, August 24, 2008

Counter Monkey Spotted!

Mark and Carol Boyce and their boys were recently at the Pennsylvania State Laurel
Festival in Wellsboro, PA. Here's a picture of Carol with a Comix Connection Counter Monkey:

She said she even got a monkey kiss (no, not from Mark), but he moved so quick they didn't get the picture.

(And actually there are a couple of new CCC Monkeys in the Mechanicsburg store... stop in and say hello!)

Oh and this looks like a prime entry into our Comix Connection No(Yes)-Prize Contest. (Click HERE for details!)

Let's see...

Level of difficulty: 7/10

Creativity and imagination: 7/10

AN ACTUAL MONKEY!: +10 points



Thanks for the great photo!

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Saturday, August 23, 2008

We now have SLURM!

That's right, the galaxy's most addictive softdrink is now available at Comix Connection! Try some today!

(More Slurm info HERE!)

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Friday, August 22, 2008

DARK KNIGHT trailer - Kid's version!

Mike Bollinger sent me this:

Quite a hoot, eh?

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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Souvenir of Florida

This is what I brought home from my summer vacation in fabulous Daytona Beach, Florida:

That's right, my dad's garage door opener. *sigh*

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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

The Baltimore Comicon is coming soon!

That's right... the East Coast's premiere comic book and pop culture convention is scheduled this year for Saturday, September 27th (10AM-6PM) and Sunday September 28th (10AM-5PM) at the Baltimore Convention Center. Check out this insane guest list:

Swamp Thing co-creator and Frankenstein artist Bernie Wrightson will be the show's Guest of Honor.

He headlines a guest list that includes, in alphabetical order, Michael Bair (Identity Crisis, 52), Kyle Baker (Nat Turner, The Bakers), Brian Michael Bendis (Ultimate Spider-Man, Secret Invasion), Ivan Brandon (NYC Mech, Marvel Comics Presents), Buzz (JSA), Jim Calafiore (Exiles, Countdown), Dennis Calero (X-Factor, Countdown), Tommy Castillo (Grimm Fairy Tales, Kong: King of Skull Island), Howard Chaykin (Wolverine, American Flagg), Cliff Chiang (Green Arrow & Black Canary), Darwyn Cooke (New Frontier, The Spirit), Frank Cho (Liberty Meadows, Mighty Avengers), Steve Conley (Star Trek, The Escapist), Amanda Conner (Green Arrow/Black Canary, JSA Classified), Todd Dezago (Perhapanauts, Tellos), Steve Dillon (Punisher, Preacher), David Finch (World War Hulk, New Avengers), Ramona Fradon (Aquaman, Mermaidman and Barnacleboy), John Gallagher (Buzzboy, Roboy Red), Ron Garney (Wolverine, Skaar: Son of Hulk), Michael Golden (Micronauts, The 'Nam), Bryan J.L. Glass (Mice Templar), Mike Grell (John Sable, Iron Man), Cully Hamner (Blue Beetle, Black Lightning), Dean Haspiel (American Splendor, Brawl), Adam Hughes (Catwoman), Stuart Immonen (Ultimate Spider-Man), Geoff Johns (Green Lantern, Action Comics), J.G. Jones (52, Wonder Woman), Robert Kirkman (Invincible, Ultimate X-Men), Barry Kitson (Amazing Spider-Man, Empire), Rich Koslowski (Marvel Comics Presents, Sonic the Hedgehog), Scott Kurtz (PvP), Erik Larsen (Savage Dragon, Image EIC), Jim Lee (All Star Batman & Robin, Wildcats), Norman Lee (Marvel Adventures: Spider-Man, Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane), the Luna Brothers (The Sword, Girls), David Mack (Kabuki, Daredevil), Mark McKenna (Banana-Tail, Annihilation: Conquest), Bob McLeod (New Mutants, Spider-Man), Pop Mhan (Blank, Marvel Adventures: Spider-Man), Carla Speed McNeil (Finder), Mike Mignola (Hellboy, Disney's Atlantis), Mark Morales (Civil War, Secret Invasion), Phil Noto (Danger Girl, Jonah Hex), Michael Avon Oeming (Mice Templar, Powers), Mike Okamoto (Hellraiser, Chaos! Quarterly), Jimmy Palmiotti (Painkiller Jane, Jonah Hex), David Petersen (Mouse Guard), Brandon Peterson (Ultimate X-Men, Strange), Eric Powell (The Goon), Tom Raney (Annihilation: Conquest, Ultimate Secrets), James Robinson (Superman, JSA), John Romita Sr. (Amazing Spider-Man), Don Rosa (Uncle Scrooge), Craig Rousseau (Perhapanauts, X-Men: First Class), Andy Runton (Owly), Tim Sale (Batman: The Long Halloween, Heroes), Alex Saviuk (Web of Spider-Man, Feast of the Seven Fishes), Jim Shooter (Legion of Super-Heroes), John K. Snyder III (Grendel), Mark Sparacio (Heroes for Hire, Captain Action), Robert Tinnell (EZ Street), Peter Tomasi (Nightwing, Green Lantern Corps), Herb Trimpe (Incredible Hulk), Timothy Truman (Conan, Grimjack), Billy Tucci (Shi, Sgt. Rock - The Lost Battalion), Neil Vokes (The Black Forest, The Wicked West), Matt Wagner (Zorro, Grendel), Mark Waid (Flash, Boom! Studios), Mark Wheatley (Frankenstein Mobster, Mighty Motor Sapiens), Ron Wilson (The Thing), and Thom Zahler (Love and Capes).

And of course, the Harvey Awards follow the convention on Sunday night:

The Harvey Awards will return to the Baltimore Comic-Con for the third consecutive year. The awards dinner and ceremony will be held Saturday night, September 27, 2008, following the convention's normal hours. As in 2007, the first 300 paid attendees and honorees at the 2008 Harvey Awards Ceremonies will receive a Hollywood-style bag of swag. Last year's bag included The EC Archives: Two-Fisted Tales - Volume 1 from Gemstone Publishing, a complete base set of the soon-to-be-released Jericho Season One trading cards from Inkworks, an exclusive pin from AdHouse Books, a Comic-Con exclusive edition of 30 Days of Night: Red Snow 1 from IDW Publishing, a Toon Tumbler from Popfun Merchandising, and an exclusive Harvey Awards keychain from LaserMach. Nominating ballots are presently online at Kyle Baker will return as Master of Ceremonies for the evening's events.

For more information about the Baltimore Comic-Con, e-mail or call (410) 526-7410. The guest list and other information can be found on the convention's website HERE or on its MySpace page HERE.

This is my absolute favorite comic book convention, as organizer Marc Nathan keeps the focus on COMIC BOOKS. I'm proud to say that Comix Connection has had a booth at the Baltimore Comicon ever since it's inception. See you there!

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Tuesday, August 19, 2008


That's right! The Mechanicsburg Comix Connection will be participating in our THIRD special Midnight Release Party for Stephen King's latest comic adaptations of DARK TOWER: TREACHERY, plus Stephen King's THE STAND: CAPTAIN TRIPS, both of which will be offered for sale on Tuesday night, September 9th (at 12:01 AM Wednesday Morning, September 10th) at Comix Connection - Mechanicsburg!

We will also be running a special 20% OFF EVERYTHING IN THE ENTIRE STORE SALE from 9:00PM Tuesday night until 1:00AM Wednesday morning (FOUR HOURS ONLY), but additionally, ALL COMICS IN THE BINS WILL BE ONE DOLLAR EACH ALL DAY on Tuesday...

BONUS: There will be prize drawings for special Variant Cover comics and more. Stay tuned for details.

(PLEASE NOTE: Unfortunately we can't do this in the York store, as that would require keeping the entire West Manchester Mall open... but we are running a similar sale during the BRIAN KEENE'S DEVIL SLAYER RELEASE PARTY at Comix Connection York on Saturday, September 6th! CLICK HERE for details!)

Make plans to show up for this event... the last two Midnight Release events were a blast with much fun had by all!

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Monday, August 18, 2008


As you are all well aware, Comix Connection - YORK will be hosting acclaimed horror novelist Brian Keene on Saturday, September 6th from 1PM to 4PM to celebrate the release of his eagerly-awaited DEAD OF NIGHT: DEVIL SLAYER #1 comic book! Here's the lowdown, from the Marvel Comics website.:

Abandoned by his fiancée, his family, his church, and his government, Sergeant Dan Sylva returns to Iraq for a third tour of duty -- and a descent into Hell itself. If the demon Belathauzer and the mysterious mercenary group known as Bloodstone have their way, Iraq, the place where civilization began, may also be where civilization ends. The reinvented Devil-Slayer takes Marvel’s DEAD OF NIGHT to terrifying new heights, from award-winning horror novelist Brian Keene (The Rising, Dark Hollow) and artist Chris Samnee (DAREDEVIL: BLOOD OF THE TARANTULA)!

Well, here's some additional great news... to celebrate this momentous event, Comix Connection - York will be running some special SALES! Behold:


From 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM (while Brian Keene is gleefully signing autographs and chatting with everyone) - EVERYTHING ELSE IN THE ENTIRE STORE WILL BE 20% OFF! (Four hours only!)

So c'mon in, meet novelist Brian Keene and pick up some goodies while you're there!

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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Earth - Josh

The following photos recently crossed my desk:

It looks like scientists have finally perfected the BrainFax, where one can download their dreams onto paper. Way to go, nerd scientists.


Saturday, August 16, 2008

Saturday Cartoons

Too busy to post much here from the store today, so I thought I'd just offer up a couple of classic cartoons for you to peruse today. So park the kids or you big kids in front of the computer, and enjoy!

Felix the Cat - "Neptune Nonsense"

Popeye - "Parlez Vous Woo"

Superman - "Mechanical Monsters"

Green Lantern - "The Vanishing World"

Teen Titans - "Space Beast Roud-Up"

Space Ghost - "The Council of Doom"

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Friday, August 15, 2008

Primordial Surfing at Daytona Beach, 1930s

I thought this was a great article in the Daytona Beach News- Journal:


You may now return to your regularly scheduled comic book nerdity.

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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Superman's Canadian Heritage?

Okay... so Superman's not Canadian, but one half of the famous pair that created him was from Toronto, and that creator's sur name, much like Eisner's, was adopted to address the award for Canadian accomplishments in the field of comics. Of course, I'm talking about Joe Shuster!

The child of poor Jewish immigrants, Shuster worked as a youngster as a newspaper boy for the Toronto Daily Star and in his spare time devoted himself to his favourite hobby of sketching. At the age of ten he moved to Cleveland, Ohio, met a fellow student at Glenville High School by the name of Jerry Siegel, and the pair began collaborating together on a science fiction fanzine. Years later, they began working for National Publications on a book called New Fun, created some original characters like the musketeer swashbuckler "Henri Duval" and the supernatural crime-fighter strip Doctor Occult, both of which debuted in the October 1935 issue of New Fun #6. From here they kept re-tooling their original comic proposal of a "strong man in tights", who was originally dismissed, but fortunately after a few revisions, National editor, Vin Sullivan, chose it as the cover feature for National's Action Comics #1 which hit in June 1938. And well the rest is comic book history...

If you'd like to know more about this early part of the genesis of the granddaddy of all super-heroes I recommend the new all-ages picture book from Random House, Boys of Steel: The Creators of Superman!

Written by Marc Tyler Nobleman and illustrated by Ross MacDonald, this book tells "the true story of the events leading up to two teenagers' creation of a character that would change the course of popular culture".

Now to get back to that part about Superman's Canadian heritage? This is the commercial about Shuster from Canada's Heritage Commercial Series. I used to see this all the time on TV, and while it's been argued that it is a little off in its portrayal of events, I personally enjoyed seeing it each time I'd catch it during some show. As an American living in Canada for a time, these commercials taught me a lot of interesting tidbits about figures and events in Canada's history. The one about the Halifax Explosion was of particular interest to me.

So check out the commercial, and definitely take a look at Boys of Steel. It's a beautiful book, and it's in stock now!

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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Holy Gotham Guest Stars!

A big thing I love about working at a comic shop is the conversations that occur during the course of a day, and over the weekend I got into a discussion with a guy about fun character crossovers, like Doc Savage showing up in Marvel Two-in-One with The Thing. Another fun crossover mentioned was a very interesting encounter of characters in the sixties Batman TV show, when a certain crime fighter on special assignment from the Daily Sentinel shows up with is partner in Gotham.

How many folks out there remember or have seen this one? They also meet again under much different circumstances a few episodes later.

Fun stuff...

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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

What do superheroes do when they get old?

You've got to see some more of these elderly supereheroes! Art by: Donald Soffritti.
Check it out HERE!

Monday, August 11, 2008

Assistant Editor's Week!

All Brand Echh! but none the less, CUTE!



Sunday, August 10, 2008

Holy uh...everything!

Holy Holy Holy Holy Holy Holy Batman - Watch more free videos


Saturday, August 09, 2008

Marvel Adventures for the Kids!

If you and the kid think this looks good, you should pick up a copy of Marvel Adventures Superheroes. It features Spider-man, Iron Man, and the Hulk!
A great read for all ages!


Friday, August 08, 2008

Bill's on Vacation!

Well, Bill's off for a bit with the family to enjoy a little r&r in sunny Florida, so you're stuck with me and Jared for a spell to post on the ole blog!

Who knows... maybe Bill will pipe in from Florida with a vacation update or two while he's gone!


Thursday, August 07, 2008

A REMINDER - Meet horror author BRIAN KEENE at the York store September 6th

In case you missed it:
The gang at Comix Connection is proud to announce a very special event... the DEAD OF NIGHT: DEVIL SLAYER Release Party featuring acclaimed horror novelist (and now Marvel Comics writer!) BRIAN KEENE!

Timed to coincide with the release of the first issue of Marvel Comics' DEVIL SLAYER comic book, Brian Keene will be appearing at COMIX CONNECTION - YORK (only, sorry) on Saturday, September 6th from 1:00PM until 4:00PM to celebrate his first ever writing credit on a Marvel comic book! Woot! Come on out and meet Brian and get a copy of DEVIL SLAYER #1 autographed by the man himself! Available also will be a selection of Brian's novels and copies of HELLBOY: ODDEST JOBS which just shipped and features a prose story by Brian!

Be a part of Marvel Comics history... and give Brian big props on living a long-held dream!

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Wednesday, August 06, 2008

What do 70 ESSENTIAL GODZILLAs look like?

That was the question that struck Manager Joe and I the other day at the Mechanicsburg store. We had just received our shipment of SEVENTY copies of THE ESSENTIAL GODZILLA, a collected edition of every single Marvel GODZILLA comic from the 1970s in a special deal. (It's a great collection and it's ONLY FIVE DOLLARS Bucko, so get yours while they last! During a lull in traffic, we decided to see if we could lay them all end-to-end the length of the store. Here is the result of our experiment:

That's what 70 copies of THE ESSENTIAL GODZILLA look like! And they're only FIVE DOLLARS a piece!

Comix Connection - Performing science experiments so you don't have to.


Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Bring me (information on) the head of Captain America!

Hey everybody! Perhaps you've noticed this little gem I've had hanging around the stores for the last fifteen years or so:

It's a full-sized latex over-the-head mask of Captain America, and I'm trying to find out more information on it. I've had it for about 15 years, it seems very well made, but it has no markings or identifying features. Does anyone out there have any info on this thing? Let me know!

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Monday, August 04, 2008

Currahee Chris & Co. visit Universal with their cool shirt

That's right! Back in June Currahee Chris and his clan took a trip to Universal Studios in Florida, and they took along the coolest shirt in the universe - a Comix Connection one! (Of course you all know about the famous Comix Connection No(Yes)-Prize right? No? Well then CLICK HERE! and be educated!)

Don't worry, you'll grow into that, son!


Uh, the Fantastic Four isn't hiring right now guys, but thanks for coming by.

Chris, just give up on finding that stupid GI Joe watch. Face it, it's gone.

Wow. Let's see...

Level of difficulty: 6/10

Creativity and imagination: 7/10

Any picture that involves a shark or monkey: +10 points



Send in your photos today!


Sunday, August 03, 2008

20 Questions with a Comix Connection Counter Monkey

1.) What's your name?
William Charles Wahl

2.) Any nicknames, codenames, etc?
Der Obergruppensturmbahncomicfuhrer, Spot. Think about it.

3.) Store of Operations?
On Earth-Bill, Comix Connection - Key Largo

4.) Favorite thing to do on a day off?
Play the violin with my feet while I do Final Order Cut-Offs, sleep the sleep of the dead.

5.) Any hidden talents or uncanny abilities?
I have the proportionate power of a normal human being. I can hear the tape-ripping sound of someone opening the bag of a back-issue comic book in a thunderstorm at a Van Halen concert at 100 feet.

6.) If you could live off only one food or beverage what would it be?
Shrimp. Duh. What's wrong with you people? Shrimp is the best food EVER.

7.) Favorite kind of Pop Tarts?
None. Aren't Pop Tarts just sugar-sweetened building materials? I mean, you could probably build an adobe poptart house if you had like 30,000 of them, right? Sounds like a project. Readers, send your photos!

8.) Favorite monster?
The Creature From the Id, FORBIDDEN PLANET.

9.) Favorite fictional character?
Dr. Gonzo

10.) Top five favorite video games?
Firepower (pinball, played vs. Ned at Giacomo's), Pong, Space Invaders, Asteroids, Wii Bowling

11.) Top five favorite bands?
Iggy & the Stooges, The Ramones, Bauhaus/Tones On Tail/Love and Rockets, The Clash, The Cramps

12.) Top five favorite television shows?
Batman (1960's), Star Trek (original, viewed in reruns in the '70s), Monty Python's Flying Circus (viewed in reruns on PBS in the '70s!), The Prisoner, Twin Peaks.

13.) Top five favorite films?
The Good The Bad and The Ugly, Dr. Strangelove, Network, Dawn of the Dead (1978), True Stories, Repo Man,

14.) Top five books you read that were not in comic book form?
Best Supernatural Stories of H.P. Lovecraft - Howard Phillips Lovecraft, Fear and Loathing On the Campaign Trail 1972 - Hunter S. Thompson, The Making of the Atom Bomb - Richard Rhodes, Guns, Germs and Steel - Jared Diamond, the instruction manual to my digital camera- it's like reading War and Peace in twelve languages!

15.) Top five favorite comic books?
Love and Rockets, Mister X, Black Terror, Hate, Eightball,

16.) What canceled or finished comic book series should be revived?
None. They died for a reason - no readers. OK, I lied. I'd like to see more "Bob the Alien" from the old Dark Horse Presents. And Xenozoic Tales by the incomparable Mark Schultz. And more Rocketeer by Dave Stevens. Ah, forget it. I could fill a page with just stuff I'd like to see still coming out...

17.) When and how did you discover comic books?
When I was a child and we visited my Grandpop in Philly I used to sleep on the couch in the living room. On Sunday mornings at 6AM, he would drop the Sunday funnies section on the table beside me so that when I woke up it would be there for me to read. And then he would make breakfast, so that was the smell I awoke to - Grandpop's breakfast. With a big city's Sunday comic section within reach. Comic books? Well, I remember buying a four-inch stack of British DANDYs and BEANOs at the elementary school's May Festival in 3rd grade, and my uncle had a big stack of MAD magazines that he kept in his closet that he told me not to touch, so of course I snuck off and read them.

18.) What appeals to you about comic books as an art form?
The unique experience of reading words and seeing pictures that an artist has chosen from his imagination, in a perfect, non-duplictable combination.

19.) Earliest memory of Comix Connection?
I have no early memories of Comix Connection. OK, one of my earliest memories is of the end-of-night receipts for the Very First Day We Were Open At The Delco Plaza... it was something like $15.85. I know I saved that bit of paperwork somewhere.

20.) Anything interesting we should know about you?
I collect antique electric fans. I am an accomplished gleeker. I have a birthmark RIGHT ON MY FACE.


Saturday, August 02, 2008

PSA - Better Living With the B&J Supersquad

It's all about respect.


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Friday, August 01, 2008

Dark Knight Trailer Meets 1966 Batman?

Oh yes... watch it for yourself! This is very well done!

And while I'm on the topic of the days of the Adam West Batman, it's been reported by Bill Hunt at as part of their post San Diego Comic-Con news that:

"We've heard from reliable sources that Adam West is now working on special features for the 1960s TV version of Batman. So it looks as if Fox and Warner may have finally made peace over the series' long-awaited DVD release. Fingers crossed."

Viva Bat-Mania!

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