Archive for October, 2005

Still Quiet, Still Dealing with Stuff…

Thursday, October 20th, 2005

…but I wanted to thank everyone for their comments on the “focus group” post and let you know that work on *Hard Time Season 2* is, despite a barrage of distractions, continuing apace. Mary and I finished the plot for #6 a few days ago, and it turned out to be every bit as bizarre […]


Monday, October 17th, 2005

My friend Taylor Grant sent me the following email this afternoon: Go to Type in the word “failure.” Instead of clicking “Google search,” click “I’m feeling lucky.” Somebody deserves a medal at Google. Try this quick. I doubt it’ll be working much longer.

Be My Focus Group

Sunday, October 16th, 2005

Three questions regarding a potential new project: 1. Could you, as a comic book reader, accept a new character that came from the planet Krypton, if this character had left or been taken from that world long before it blew up? (By “long,” I mean thousands of years.) 2. Could you, as a comic book […]

More *Hard Time* Promotion Surprises

Friday, October 14th, 2005

*Hard Time Season 2* #1 is slated to be a *Wizard* featured pick for December/January. Diamond Comics Distributors has also given the book a nice write-up on its website. And although I haven’t seen it, I’m told DC took a full-page ad for the book in *Previews*, as well. (Can anyone provide a scan I […]

L.A. Times: The Dark Side of Faith

Monday, October 10th, 2005

Interesting article, and reasonably objective. You’ll need to register (free) for the *L.A. Times* online edition, if you haven’t already.

Title Missing

Sunday, October 9th, 2005

Yeah, I’ve been quiet lately, mostly because there’s been a lot to be quiet about. I’ve also been cryptic lately, because etc., etc., etc. Work on Hard Time continues, as does research on the future DC project, which remains just shy of 100% “go” status. More to follow, when there’s less to be quiet about.

Westfield Comics Hard Time Interview

Monday, October 3rd, 2005

Here’s an interview I did recently with Roger Ash of Westfield Comics about Hard Time: Season 2. Regular readers of this blog will find much of the discussion familiar, but there are a few amusing surprises, too. Take a look.