Blogging about blog templates is a sin.

§ April 25th, 2006 § Filed under Uncategorized Comments Off on Blogging about blog templates is a sin.

Okay, I finally got around to posting some responses in the comments thread to my “event comics” novella. Your thoughts are, as always, very interesting and informative, and I would like to subscribe to your newsletter. And I would also like a little more information about this whole “Tony Stark invented a machine to make the world forget he was Iron Man” business. Honestly?

Now, about the site’s new look…I’d been itching for a change on this site for a while now, wanting to replace that banner with an image that ties into the funnybook world a little more than the old one did. I also changed the background graphic, in case you hadn’t noticed, but I’m still playing around with that.

Judging from the few reactions I’ve seen, at least a few of you like that new logo, and I like it, too…I mean, it does have Swamp Thing in it, after all. However, I may be crossing that “fair use” line a bit. It’s one thing to have panels and covers and such in my posts, since I suppose that technically could be considered usage for review and commentary. Using a copyrighted character as part of my own identifying logo…well, maybe that’s pushing my luck a bit. (Though it hasn’t stopped these guys.) I may leave it up for a while, and change it to something a little less infringing in the near future.

I also need to add more “since 1969” taglines…I’m sure some of you are getting sick of seeing the same ones over and over.

Anyway, just in case you were curious, here’s the original photo I used for my initial logo, taken by my girlfriend while she was visiting family in Mexico:

Just stretched it out, slapped some monospaced text on it, and olé, instant logo.

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