Sunday, June 08, 2008

It's Not Over

Well, this year is obviously a bust. A variety of personal and professional variables have assured that I have neither the time, energy, or resources to continue this second year of A Comic A Day to completion . . . but I still have the passion. I hope to resume reading and reviewing a different comic book every day for the duration of a year very soon, but it certainly will not be today or tomorrow. So, thank you to everyone that has frequently visited this site, and rest assured, I'll indulge our manic inner geeks again in the near future.

5 comments:

Von Allan said...

Hope things are ok on your end, Russ!

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Superman fan said...

Save the House where Superman Was Created

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25R2kcJxQuc

Brad Meltzer is spearheading this campaign to save the house where superman was created, which seems to have fallen into a serious state of disrepair. here's some more info about the whole project.

Quote:
What's this all about again?
OrdinaryPeopleChangetheWorld is hosting a celebrity charity auction to benefit The Siegel & Shuster Society. They hope to raise money to preserve the home of Jerry Siegel, creator of Superman. When you go to Brad Meltzer's charitable website www.OrdinaryPeopleChangeTheWorld.com, you can:
- bid online on original Superman and other comic book art and items by top writers and artists
- buy a Siegel & Shuster Society t-shirt (designed by the legendary graphic designer Chip Kidd)
- or just donate to the good cause.
The best way to show it is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25R2kcJxQuc
All proceeds of the auction go to the restoration of the Siegel house.

Who's involved in the auction?
This is a coming together of an entire community. The full list includes: Stephen Colbert, Jim Lee, Brian Michael Bendis, Brad Meltzer, Geoff Johns, Richard Donner, Joe Quesada, Neil Gaiman, Alex Ross, Dave Gibbons, Jeph Loeb, Murphy Anderson, Ed Brubaker, John Cassaday, Gene Ha, Greg Rucka, George Perez, Michael Turner, Adam Kubert, Andy Kubert, Judd Winick, Frank Cho, Eric Powell, Tim Sale, Walt Simonson, Joe Staton, Eric Wight, Dave Mandel, Mike Mignola, Rags Morales, Bill Morrison, Ivan Reis, John Romita Jr., Jason Palmer, Amanda Conner, Geoff Darrow, Ron Garney, Renato Guedes, Heroes, Dave Johnson, Chris Bachalo, Mike Bair, Allen Bellman, Dan Brereton, Ernie Chan, Travis Charest, and Ian Churchill, YOU, and even Jerry Siegel