Explanatory Post Coming Soon

Where I’ve been. What I’ve been up to. What I haven’t been up to.

Plus — several highly creative excuses for same!

Plus-plus — some news on the new DC project.

Check in again soon.

11 Responses to “Explanatory Post Coming Soon”

  1. Stephen Payne Says:

    Ooooo! I love a good excuse! I hope this one involves a secret crime fighting identity.

  2. Brian Spence Says:


  3. Fred Chamberlain Says:

    >Where I’ve been. What I’ve been up to. What I haven’t been up to.


    >Plus — several highly creative excuses for same!

    Awesome. If they are creative, I love dem excuses.

    >Plus-plus — some news on the new DC project.

    Been waiting for this for wayyyy too long!

    >Check in again soon.

    You bet.

  4. Sean Says:

    Out of the blue and pretty much unrelated to your post……

    A long time ago I bought the F.O.O.G. portfolio from either Bud Plant or pacific Comics. Anyway I recently found it along with other -folios from days gone by.
    Good times 20+ years ago….

  5. Forrest Says:

    Explanatory Post…isn’t he Constable Visit-the-Infidel-with-Explanatory-Pamphlets’s long-lost brother?

  6. Brian Spence Says:

    Crap! I saw this item and thought Steve hit the motherload, and Publisher’s Weekly just made a minor typo in your name:

    Gerberg Cartoon Title Goes for Six Figures

    But unfortunately, it’s not (sorry, Steve, thought I had you scooped!):

    Scribner’s Nan Graham has acquired worldwide rights to Last Laughs: Cartoons on Retirement and the Great Beyond, a hardcover collection of cartoons edited by New Yorker cartoonist and author Mort Gerberg, at auction for six-figures. The book will collect cartoons about retirement and about the ultimate act of retirement—death. About 80% of the cartoons will be new and the book will include cartoons from about 20 famous cartoonists, including many of Gerberg’s New Yorker colleagues. The deal was negotiated by agent David Kuhn of Kuhn Projects and is slated for publication in the fall/Winter of 2007. A longtime New Yorker cartoonist, Gerberg has also done cartoons for Publishers Weekly, Playboy and other publications.

  7. Scratchie Says:

    Looks like Marvel is going to milk another one of Steve’s creations:


    We can only hope that (as with Omega the Unknown), this results in a re-publishing of Steve’s superlative Foolkiller mini from 1991.

    And, for that matter, if the production schedule is anything like Omega the Unknown, it won’t be out for many years anyway…

  8. Brian Spence Says:

    Yeah, they’ve brought Howard, Omega, and now Foolkiller back. Why don’t they just bring back Steve? Unless Steve isn’t interested…

  9. gordon Says:

    By “Soon” you mean when?


  10. J. Alexander Says:

    Hmmm. Newsarama has mentioned the Steve is the writer for the new Dr. Fate title. Congradulations.

  11. Fred Chamberlain Says:

    …that’s why I missed it. I’m a regular browser/reader of Newsarama, but don’t typically have a lot of interest in Dr. Fate or most other magical characters. That being said, I will most definitely be picking up this series with the noted Mr. Gerber’s name attached.