This is post #500, more or less.

§ October 21st, 2004 § Filed under Uncategorized Comments Off on This is post #500, more or less.

Will Pfeifer, inspired by the forthcoming action figure I pointed out here, details the glory that is…the Composite Superman. (He also gives me a nice “shout-out,” as the kids say, in the process. Thanks!)

And Tim points out that the action figure in question is “the Nerdiest Object Ever Discovered.” He makes a good argument…but it could be nerdier. It could an action figure of the imposter Composite Superman from World’s Finest #283 and #284.

However, when you get right down to it, this is truly the Nerdiest Object Ever.

And so the time has come to update the Weblogroll of Doom. Just added:

Talk to My Face – “Comics & Other Media from A Woman’s Perspective” is her own description…anyone who titles a post “Reading Elfquest Makes Me Feel Weird” is jake with me.

The Pickytarian – lots of good comics reviews.

Trusty Plinko Stick – occasional comics posts, other fun stuff mixed in as well.

Chipped Ham – comics and TV news and reviews.

Repent Sinners! – probably my favorite weblog name ever. Nice colorful layout, with discussions of comics and other related things.

Plus, I added the site of swell cat Mr. Dan Kelly, which I was reminded of when pal Dorian added the link to his own site.

Also, since Sean Collin’s weblog is no more, so I’ve moved his All Too Flat site to the “Also of Note” section. Go check it out…lots of neat things going on there.

And though Grotesque Anatomy is no longer a going concern, I can’t quite bring myself to drop it off the list. So John Jakala gets a little “(ret.)” next to his weblog…as does the much-missed Flat Earth.


Pal Corey has been under the weather the past few days, and his health needs to take precedence over his weblog. I’m sure you all join me in wishing him well…he’ll be back soon.

And this guy…he’s got himself some impending nuptials to prepare for, which also must take precedence over the weblogging. I’m sure he’ll be back shortly as well, so let’s wish the poor bastard the happy guy the best of luck!

* As always, the Associated Comics And Pop Culture Webloggers of Ventura County, CA And Outlying Environs for sho…er, long.

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