So Long, January!
That damn episode of Static Shock is on again. Holy Cats, it's like they're going for all the people they didn't drive to suicide last week. Good thing Static was so cool on Justice League, or else I'd write him off entirely after two viewings of this one.
So the New Adventures of Jack Kirby continues to develop (much to the surprise of a few), and I'm getting more and more excited about it. I had a few ideas that I sent off to Phil when I got home, so we'll see what develops on those. We MAY even have a guest cover--or at the very least, a pin-up in the Strictly Salacious Sims-Looney Style! Or is that the Ludicrously Loquatious Looney-Sims Manner? Sometimes I'm not sure how Stan did it. Still, that is one cool-ass robot.
I also got a few ideas for the Eberron novella, although I haven't actually written any more since last week. Meanwhile, Keith Baker's first Eberron novel has hit the bookstores, and since I ordered mine through the shop, I haven't gotten it yet. This wouldn't be worth mentioning except EVERYONE I KNOW HAS IT. Even Tug, who read my Drizzt book aloud in David Cross's "Gay Voice" has a copy.
Still, I finally have something to write. It's times like this I wish I could just sit type all day.
Some other good news from a good buddy, apparently the twelve episodes of Spaced I've seen do NOT comprise the whole series! There's seven episodes per season, not six, and that means that the second season DOESN'T end in a cliffhanger! Finally, the closure I've been looking for.
Anyway, that's about it. Sorry for the brevity, but hey--we got Nazi robots to defeat!