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Tag Archives: DC Comics
Once again, my budget limited my ability to attend the San Diego Comic Con. Since I couldn’t afford lodgings in San Diego, it was going to have to be a single day trip. That meant rising early and making the … Continue reading
I’ll probably be doing a series of these posts as I go along. I’ve had to give up my storage unit, and I need to thin out my comics collection as a consequence. I’m going to list here on my … Continue reading
Golden Apple – the comic shop in Hollywood that has been “my” comic shop for … well, for a long time now – had a party Friday night to mark the end of the massive re-launch that DC Comics undertook … Continue reading
I’ve been in a lot of discussions in the last month or so about the Green Lantern feature film that was released this summer. And since I’m one of those people who sits in the crossroads of comics and movies, … Continue reading
Ooops, so I’m a little late in getting the rest of the con report done. Pardon me. But here it is at last. I got rolling in good time Sunday morning and had an easy drive down from Hollywood to … Continue reading
The linked PDF file is the original text of the paper I presented at the First International Conference of Robin Hood Studies, held at Rochester, New York in October 1997. The conference itself was a fun weekend for me. My experience for … Continue reading
It was no joke when I drove up to San Francisco on April 1. Since there was a possibility of rain throughout the middle of California that day, I decided to drive US 101 instead of I-5. I didn’t want … Continue reading
My second day in Manhattan, I walked over to Columbus Circle and caught the A Train, to go up to the Cloisters. My first visit to Manhattan, back in 1999, I had looked at the subway maps, and thought, “Why … Continue reading