Swamp To Sewer

Someone has scanned and posted this 1989 AMAZING HEROES interview with me on Photobucket. Looks like they formatted it ass backwards so you have to press the “previous” button to read all the pages in the correct order.

In 2001 Here’s What I Predicted For 2011

The last bit of my TCJ interview with Mike Dean on the internet and comics.

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More Ten Year Old Blather

Another chunk of the TCJ interview back in 2001. I just noticed that Mike Dean’s question got cut off in the scan. He was asking me: “What was your first experience of the internet? How smoothly did you interface with this medium?”

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Ten Years Gone

Another bit from my short 2001 interview with The Comics Journal’s Mike Dean.

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Back To The Future

Another bite from my decade old Comics Journal interview, trying to describe what I was doing with the SPLASH. I didn’t have the word “blog” in my lexicon yet.

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Predicting The Glorious Future Of The Internet

Second installment of my 2001 Comics Journal interview about the internet and comics. Mike Dean is asking me about The Splash, which was a comics news site I ended up writing at the time.

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At The Birth Of Blogging

Ten years ago the word “blog” had just been invented. I’d heard the term but didn’t apply it to my own activities which were, now that I think of it, “blogging” on comic book news for the Comicon.com web site, THE SPLASH. They didn’t have blog software in those days but I had a primitive set of fields Steve Conley created for me that I had to laboriously cut and paste headlines and stories into. Here’s an interview with me right about that time; 2001 to be precise. The COMICS JOURNAL’s Mike Dean and I are discussing what the internet was and where it might be going. It’s fun to see what I had wrong and what I had right.

I’ll be running the whole thing in bite sized bits over the next few days.

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