The Five Second Quickie
Alan Kupperberg's site is coming along nicely. Pop by, register and send Alan a message. He's now available for commission work and you can see from the images on the site that he's a damn good artist who can draw the superhero stuff just as good, if not better, than a lot of people out there.
None of what I do, web-based anyway, would be possible without the assistance of my excellent, long time, chum Tim Aslat. Tim is a genius when it comes to pulling my fat out of the fire and the speed at which he can work - when he's motivated (read food and/or money) is incredible. If you're looking for decently priced web-hosting and site design then visit his site and ask away.
Michael Netzer has re-started his forums. The template looks brilliant, so if you're bored scoot on over and engage Michael in some conversation. It's worth it.
One of the best kept secrets in the world would have to be Bill Black's AC Comics. Bill puts out high quality material and has been doing so since the early 1980s. In a world where every second comic book is about death and destruction, it's refreshing to see good old fashioned comics on the market. Bill also puts out retrospective books feauring public domain material from the Golden Age. It's always a treat to see vintage material from the likes of Jim Mooney, Ross Andru, Jack Kirby, Will Eisner, Alex Toth and many more back in print. And then there's the Westerns. Visit his site and buy some stuff - you'll not regret it.
More to come, but later kiddies, later.