The great Jack Kirby, King of Comics, would have been 97 years old today. He is remembered in images here.
Fleetwood Mac, 1976.
We might go see a Fleetwood Mac cover band this weekend.
I took part in Comics&Cola’s Shelfies feature, in which cartoonists share photos and write about their bookshelves and comics collections. I also picked three childhood favourites to focus on. Click through to have a peek.
Thanks Mr. Martz! I think we all like seeing each other’s shelves!
"Elvis Presley: Showbiz Spy", by Paul Gulacy.
RockStaros has to know about this? Right?
For those of you who cannot get to SPX in September, here’s your chance to get our new fall titles! And you support Spit And A Half Distro, which is really, the best.
Things have been insane around the homestead, both professional and personal troubles and overwhelms, and consequently the distro updates have fallen way behind. That should be changing though in the coming week or so. I hope to have everything updated before I leave for tour September 11. Meanwhile, I just got in a giant stack of new Koyama titles. Please do my girlfriend a favor and order a couple so I can move the boxes out of our hallway!
Thanks! More soon. John P.
Micahel DeFORGE: Lose #6 - $8
Renee FRENCH: Baby Bjornstrand - $20
Patrick KYLE: Distance Mover - $20
John MARTZ: A Cat Named Tom and Other Stories - $20
ALL FROM THE AMAZING KOYAMA PRESS