For a few years I did a blog called DC Comics 40 Years Ago, which displayed what comics you could buy from DC 40 years ago. As much as I would love to get back to doing that blog on a regular basis, it is just not in the cards right now. I am spending most of my free time in pursuits artistic. Almost every Sunday you can find me at William Stout's studio, where I join a collection of some of the nicest people you could ever want to meet, in the joys of drawing the naked female form. Back at my own studio I have been painting regularly for a bit now, in either pastels, acrylics or watercolors. I've also been toying with the idea of doing an online comic, though nothing has jelled in that department as of yet. You can find some of my artwork on my website, @ Source.
But I like
to write. I have recently started updating this blog once
again, am working on a novel and a couple other ideas. But I love comic books
and I did so enjoy doing the DC 40 Years Ago blog; it was just the ever-present deadlines that
took the fun away. So, I have started a new blog, one with no deadlines. In it I
will revisit some of my favorite comic books, not just from DC, but from any
publisher. Most of it will be new, but some of it will consist of repurposed and
reedited entries from DC 40 Years Ago . It is called Panel Love and is just
in its infancy. If you have even a passing interest in comics, I think you will like Panel Love. It
is just me, my opinions and some of the greatest comic books of all time.