So I haven’t posted for the past few days.  I feel bad about that.  It certainly wasn’t my intention and for once I really can’t blame work.

Well, I could.  Work has been rather…intense lately, but the real reason I haven’t put up any Superman goodness is the fact that I reformatted my hard drive Sunday night and I have spent the last few days re-installing programs, getting over one technical glitch involving my FTP client (Thanks, Ryan!) and generally getting things up to snuff and now that is pretty much done.

So things should continue as normal from here on out.  I don’t know what the rest of the week will hold but I am attending Dragon*Con this weekend and hope to get a bunch of Superman related pictures.  Those will be posted here over the next week.

Speaking of Dragon*Con, I am on a panel this year.  If you are planning to attend that wonderful and awesome four day sci-fi/fantasy/anime/comic book convention the panel I am on (Thanks, Van!) is called Comics as SF Literature.  It will be in the Fairlie room on the Conference Center Level in the Hyatt at 4:00 PM on Saturday.  If you are going the map will be in your pocket guide.    For some reason I am not listed in the program but I am on the panel, so if you feel like swinging by to hear me yak that would be most appreciated.

So that is it for today.  Come back tomorrow for the next episode of From Crisis to Crisis.

More to follow…

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4 Responses to SORRY ABOUT THAT

  1. Bibliomike says:

    It’s the 21st century…. I want my flying chair, too! 🙂

  2. Charlie says:

    Kinda makes you wonder who kidnapped Lana Lang, doesn’t it?

  3. Alan Leach Jr. says:

    One of my favorite pre man of steel 80’s covers. Kirby style chair drawn by Garcia-Lopez = awesome

  4. penfold says:

    Pretty good issue too. As I recall, it was the start of a two or three part storyline revolving around Vartox. Goofy name, goofy character, Village People costume but I remember liking this arc.

    Definitely a good cover.

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