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Monday, December 11, 2006

This Should Just About Sum It Up

So the ISB was actually mentioned on television earlier tonight, and as far as being talked about on electronic boxes goes, that's a pretty big step above what I'm used to.

Needless to say, it's left me a little overwhelmed, but for those of you just joining us, I'll try to bring you up to speed on how I roll around here: My name is Chris Sims, and I've read a lot of comics, an obsession that got started with what was, when I was six years old, the single greatest comics page of all time.

That said, sometimes things get a little stupid around here.

Stupid... but consistent.

For the record, that's Spider-Man punching and kicking people at the same time. In a Christmas issue. And, well, that's pretty much what I do. Enjoy!


Blogger Ragnell said...

So now that you've hit the big time, can I borrow money?

12/12/2006 2:58 AM

Blogger shakasulu said...

I want that entire page tatooed on my back. O__o

So much beauty. <3

Also congrats on the plug.

12/12/2006 3:18 AM

Blogger Diamondrock said...

Wow, congrats on the mention.

And I was under the impression that the greatest comics page of all time was the one where the million guys are attacking OMAC.

But Batman works too.

12/12/2006 3:53 AM

Blogger LurkerWithout said...

Who's the orange dude?

12/12/2006 4:18 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stegron, the Dinosaur Man.

12/12/2006 7:34 AM

Blogger Jeff Rients said...

Congratulations, man!

12/12/2006 9:25 AM

Blogger SallyP said...

That HAS to be Aparo art on the Batman page...and yes, it is awesome. However I do miss the robot shark.

Oh Ragnell!

12/12/2006 9:26 AM

Blogger Greg said...

Does this mean you're going to get all full of yourself like Campbell? I hate it when you people go Hollywood. It used to be about the head-kicking action, maaaaaannnnn!

12/12/2006 9:40 AM

Blogger Kevin said...

Congrats Chris!
Face kickings for all!

12/12/2006 10:10 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats, man!

HERE is your very own STAR on the Hollywood Walk of Fame:


Enjoy the groupies.


12/12/2006 10:17 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Seeing Spidey whup up on Stegron and The Lizard just makes me hate Civil War #5 even more.

12/12/2006 11:16 AM

Blogger Brandon Bragg said...

Congratulations, man. You're on your way to the top.

Just promise that in about ten years, when the great Blog Wars start, you'll send someone back in time to destroy Dave Campbell so that the internet may live.

12/12/2006 12:28 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

[old bitter indie guy]The ISB used to be cool, until Chris sold out...[/obig]

12/12/2006 2:26 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Christopher Columbus
Christopher Marlow
Kris Kross
Christopher Lambert
Chris Jericho
Christopher Walken
Chris Sims

12/12/2006 4:22 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sally P: Nope, that's Mark Bright.

12/12/2006 5:03 PM

Blogger Mr. Penguin said...

YES! That is Amazing Spider-Man 165 & 166 where Stegron decides to vanquish New York by using a ray he's invented to reanimate the dinosaur bones in the Natural History Museum. For some reason, he BOTHERS to invent a second ray to give them flesh & blood. Why bother, man, the first ray was enough of an accomplishment. Then he tries to convince the Lizard to team up with him because they're both reptilian. If I remember right, he only vaguely succeeds because the Lizard grudgingly goes with the "enemy of my enemy is my friend." I believe Claremont invented Stegron in a Marvel TeamUp issue with KaZar, no?

12/12/2006 11:19 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I bought the Sensational Spider-Man: Feral hardcover because Stegron was the villain. Freakin' Stegron! AWESOME!!

12/13/2006 12:39 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah Lizard and Stegron before the 90's hit and artists decided to draw them all 'cool' which meant giving them tons of teeth and a 3 foot long tougue.

I miss the Ditko muppet mouthed Lizard. He's no fun anymore.

12/13/2006 1:26 AM


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