- Day #2 has just ended at the Motor City Comic Con, and so far it's been a very interesting trip. I'd say that this show has been different from any other convention where I've ever exhibited, and it's all a good learning experience. I've met some cool people and, hey, I've got Teddy and the Yeti out in front of a lot of new readers. Oh, yeah...and there was this horrifying (but very well done) Superbaby guy there, too. I'll put up more pictures and write more about this show in the next few days.
- I watched the final episode of Smallville last night - it was the first time I caught the show in more than five years, but it was still pretty easy for me to follow. I don't know if that's because the show's producers really made an effort to make everything accessable or if it really hadn't changed that much over its history. In any case, I thought that it was fine - nothing spectacular, but okay. The show's love affair with the Richard Donner-era Superman is still burning bright, and the glimpses of Clark in the suit were pretty cool. But wow! The show certainly hasn't lost any of its angst over the years.
I thought it was strange, though (and hey, spoiler alert), that throughout the entire episode the impending arrival of Darkseid and Apokalypse was built up and built up and built up...and then at the end of the episode, Clark just takes ten seconds, throws the planet back out into space, and everyone's happy. Really, that was the big confrontation? Oh well. The show had a nice long run and it's good that it got to end how those who cared for it wanted.
- As the above flyer shows, FUBAR's second print is in the May edition of Diamond's Previews with an order code of MAY110785. Check out that new cover! Good stuff. And check out a clip from a story of mine from the second volume, due out in the fall, with art by Mario Wytch:
- There's a new episode of Franks and Beans that's just been released, and you can watch it below. If anyone's just stumbling on this site because of the cards I handed out at the convention this weekend, do yourself (and, well, me) a favor and check out all of the F&B videos and other stuff at www.franksandbeansonline.com!
- And lastly, I've been getting some nice comments on yesterday's "Accordion Theory" strip, and I appreciate all the kind things that have been said. If you haven't seen it, well...here it is again. So...read it.