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January 27, 2009


Z Ryan

You have me laughing by butt off.


The singularity rainbow pill! You'd be a fool not to realize that Crazy Quilt has kept it under his pillow at Arkham all along!


Thanks to you Marvel,DC and even Archie are bidding on my story about the Multiversal Dream Bullet.

ShadowWing Tronix

The chronoplasmic anti-matter cycle will be the reboot of that Knight Rider clone from the 80's, Street Hawk. (Which I happened to like.)


See, I was going to write like Grant, but my dealer refused to take a check...stupid cashless society. Needless to say, I've clipped and saved my copy today!



Strangely, I think the same chart would work with some of Kirby's stuff.

Chris Mullen

I think Morrison was on some chronoplasmic anti-matter pills when he was writing Final Crisis. I think you can divide most of his work into "stuff he wrote when he was sober," and "stuff he wrote when he was high."



Yet another gut-bustin' classic, Mark!

Joe Lewallen

That was very funny.

Pat Curley

If there's a multiversal god in the universe, he'll fire a chronoplasmic anti-matter bullet into Morrison's keyboard. About the only good thing to come out of that series is that the condemnation seems to be universal.

Mark Engblom

Well, the wretched Final Crisis limps to an end tomorrow as the seventh and final issue brings absolutely no clarity to this kaleidoscopic mess. Hope you had fun, Grant...because very few of us did.

Ivan Wolfe

Have you seen the preview pages for FC #7? If you thought Obama appearing in Spider-Man was interesting, well, DC does Marvel one or two better . . .

(also, I think I actually have a hexagonal god totem in my parent's garage somewhere. . .)



Tom Richmond

Wasn't there a similar guide in CBG about 21 years ago about how to draw like Jim Aparo? :)

Mark Engblom

LOL! That's right, Tom....I recall that piece you did for CBG all those years ago. Late vintage Aparo used to drive you over the moon!

De Baisch

I haven't yet looked at my copies of Final Crisis (just the Requiem tie-in), but apparently there seems to be no in-between feelings on the series. Looks like I'll either love it or hate it.

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