Sunday, January 6, 2008

Seven-day Spotlight: In case you missed it

It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say I read a lot of comic book blogs. I mean, I read A LOT of comic blogs, and even then there are things I'd miss if someone else hadn't linked to it.

I'd hate to think that some of the posts my fellow bloggers have written are slipping past anyone, so with that in mind I'll be listing some of the posts that — for one reason or another — caught my attention and should get a little of yours. (While you're at it, check out the blog links on the right there; I read those nearly every day, and you can't go wrong with any of them.)

Here we go!

Everyone sing along with Khairul!

Sleestak has some ideas on where Marvel can put its product placement.

Remember those we lost this past year? Erich does.

Bully has a last dance with everyone's favorite redhead ...

Chubby-chasers rejoice! Brian Hughes runs down the fatties of DC's Silver Age (read the whole series!).

Kalinara sheds some possible light on the Black Lantern Corps ...

The bell has rung again, and Bahlactus is ready to deliver a Knockout!

Kevin Church answers your questions — and don't miss the follow-ups! (And this was posted weeks ago, but Kevin's list of recommended titles from 2007 is pretty indispensible.)

One day later, and MJ is already on the rebound — Caleb has the pictures to prove it.

Mike Sterling has seen the End of Civilization, and it's made of PVC. And it has eight nipples.

Spider-Man has needed help for a while now — Alan David Doane says One More Day wasn't it.


Khairul H. said...

I got a mention? Aw, shucks. It was just a throaway gag. But Dan Slott himself (if it was Slott) left a comment there so that made my day. Now all I need is Jeff Parker to acknowledge my platonic but no less creepy man-love for him and his work and I can die happy.

Maxo said...

Slott's awesome, and Jeff Parker is one of my favorite creators right now — he's almost single-handedly making comics fun again, and Agents of Atlas made me a fan for life. I STILL re-read that series!

And that Wendigo thing you did cracked me up!