Sunday, April 20, 2014

Nemo Post Fix by Request! ...happily.

The internet is a wonderful place.  Don't let anyone tell you different.

The internet is communication and information sharing at a level which has NEVER before existed.  EVER!

This post goes out as a lesson to all of you bloggers out there (I love you one and all for having something to say and a place to say it!) who may think you're sometimes posting in a vacuum.

Today, Easter, April 20, 2014 I received a comment from a reader (on this blog which I have neglected for a good while) who sang praise for my posting of ""Nemo: the Classic Comics Library" and was happy that he could add the scans to his archive as well.  

I had no idea anyone was reading those.

Then he pointed out that on August 18, 2010(!) I had missed a few pages and forgot to post them.

Amazing.

The internet works.

Sometimes I think it's just me.

Good to know.

Here are those pages.  From "Nemo: the Classic Comics Library" issue #14.  Chapters 11 and 12 of the unpublished autobiography of Allen Saunders, "Playwrite for Paper Actors".

With pleasure and thanks to Mr. Carlos Maria Federici: comics fan extraordinaire!





Happy reading.

Talk to you soon.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

30 Year Old Cool Posters from my Closet!

Some 30+ years ago, as the comics direct market was a-dawning, publishers fouund they could sell their properties in forms other than comic books and have an outlet all ready for it.

Some of my favorite mainstream comics of that era were the Wolfman/Perez "The New Teen Titans", John Byrne's turn at "The Fantastic Four", Keith Giffen's work on "The Legion of Super-Heroes" and Frank Miller's "Daredevil".

I got all these bitchin', boss, cool posters about then.




Marvel pissed Miller off by bringing Elektra back to life or I'll bet we would have goten one of those, too.  :)

Talk to you soon.

Friday, February 7, 2014

It Was 50 Years Ago Today...

...Sergeant Pepper taught the band to play.



































































Thanks lads...50 years later, we're still singing along!

Talk to you soon.

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