I'm starting to go through old files and came across some cool stuff that will probably make its way into this bloggy thing sooner or later. Tell me which of these interests you the most:
THE HUNTRESS: This is a script I wrote in the two-column format I learned from Stan Lee's Secrets Behind the Comics and it predates the DC character by close to a decade. I haven't reread it yet.
COMIC BOOK ALPHABET: This was something I wrote for Comics Buyer's Guide in 1984, It was run as a full page with illustrations.
THE SCARLOTTI COMICS GROUP: This was a spoof article on a comic-book company I invented. It was the first thing I sold to new CBG editors Don and Maggie Thompson.
ISABEL: I found stats of Eddy Newell's finished art for this eight-page story. I know my script is in one of the file boxes I'll be going through.
Consider the polls open.