The news from UCLA was generally good. They want to redo one test, however, before they list me. I’ll know more about that next week.

In the meantime, my gratitude goes out to Buzz and Soon-ok Dixon, Art and Judy Ginsberg, and Donna Daves Kent, without whom this trip would have been far, *far* less successful, and to Harris Miller, Jim McLauchlin, Gordon Kent, and Mark Evanier just on general principles.

Thanks to all of you, as well, for your good wishes.

12 Responses to “Back”

  1. Starocotes Says:

    It’s great to her some positive news from you. Still keeping my fingers crossed for the lung transplant.

  2. Fred Chamberlain Says:


  3. Scott Andrew Hutchins Says:

    I’m looking forward to your improved health.

  4. Lon Says:

    Good news. Still keeping you in my thoughts.

  5. Stephen Abrams Says:

    I am very happy to hear that things seem to be on the right track. Please keep us informed.

  6. Dave B Says:

    Great to hear, Steve. Good luck to you – I’m keeping the faith big time! –Dave B.

  7. James Hudnall Says:

    Hey Steve,

    Good luck with that. Glad to hear it was mostly positive.

    I see you redesigned your site. I just redid mine, too.

  8. Brian Spence Says:

    That’s great and scary all at the same time. I’m keeping fingers crossed…

  9. petetheretailer Says:

    Great to have you back, Steve!

  10. Bart Lidofsky Says:

    I’m glad to see you’re still on good terms with Buzz; he’s good people.

  11. Dan Coyle Says:

    Good luck, Mr. Gerber.

  12. Tom Walker Says:

    I’ve been catching up with the latest season of Heroes. I’m delighted to note there is a character called Ms. Gerber, a schoolteacher.

    Surely a fan reference to our Marvel Silver Age Guru!