May 23, 2018

(San Francisco Bay out to the ocean, from the Golden Gate, 2004) 

A couple days ago, I turned in final edits on my first novel. Okay, not my first novel, but the first novel I've written that will be published by someone other than myself. I'm sure there's a little clea...

May 15, 2018

Can't tell you how often stuff like this will happen. Maybe never again.

Apologies to Kaleb Horton, who I'm biting without mercy in this.


There is a dark room, in it a casket-shaped table ringed by chairs. None of them are meant to be comfortable but the one at the hea...

May 9, 2018

Let’s talk about AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR. Hella spoilers follow, so you’ve been warned.

Just a quick bit of background, so you can get a barometer read on me and these superhero entertainments. They’re mostly fine entertainment. AVENGERS? It was fun, gave me what I was l...

May 3, 2018

So I'm looking at some numbers behind comics. Look along with me.

A typical issue of comics has 22 pages of story, but is printed onto a saddle-stitched book of 32 pages.

If you go really cheap, you can get a page of comics produced for say, a hundred bucks a page.


May 3, 2018

Three from CAPTAIN VICTORY #1.


1981, Pacific Comics

Jack Kirby writing and art, Mike Royer inks, Steve Oliff colors

May 3, 2018

Thoughts on SAVAGELAND

Spoilers for this film and NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD follow. You've been warned.

Here's the trailer for SAVAGELAND:

I don't know if you know this, but I'm usually a big fan of zombie flicks. At least when they're done well. And I'll tolerate them, to...

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