Yes, it’s another Sir Links-a-lot post…

§ December 19th, 2006 § Filed under Uncategorized Comments Off on Yes, it’s another Sir Links-a-lot post…

…because the part of my brain that generates weblog content is otherwise committed to “what the heck am I going to buy for my friends and family for Christmas this year,” which I’m sure none of you can relate to.

I’m also trying to slap together one of those year-end posts, best-ofs and worst-ofs and what have you, but that’s probably going to have to wait until after Christmas, when the pressure’s off.

Yeah, I know, I’m a bad weblogger. In the meantime, have some links from hither and yon to occupy your time:

Archie reacts to change.

Um…how did the Thing pick up that pile of men?

Dan Dare via Sin City.

Sweet Christmas.

Bully is telling a serialized Christmas story, which reminds me of the days of my long-departed youth, when I would look forward to the special Christmas serials that would run in our local paper. Remember when newspapers actively tried to get young people to read them? Those were the days.

Mag at the Comic Treadmill ponders the mystery Spidey ornament.

John Jakala finds a Lost Girls review accompanied by an interesting photo.

Ben 10 meets Captain Marvel, courtesy Chris Karath.

Blockade Boy redesigns the costume of the Legion of Substitute Heroes’ Night Girl, and it’s fantastic.


Collected Editions returns with a review of the new Nightwing trade paperback.

Fortress Keeper praises some good Marvel books while disparaging DC. But…but doesn’t he know all of us webloggers are supposed to hate Marvel?

Johnny Bacardi laments the waste of a character.

Brainfreeze wraps up her look at her funnybook weblogroll, which was nicely done. A brief description of each site, accompanied by a link to a specific post (tagged as “recent good stuff”). I enjoy it when people do things like this, and not just because sometimes folks say something nice about me. Well, okay, that’s part of it, but it’s also a good way to find new sites you might be missing.

The only superhero Christmas image you need. I bet Dave is getting hotlinked up the wazoo because of this.


Yahoo “upgraded” their pinging service, so now the Comics Weblog Update-A-Tron 3000 has been broken. Dirk Deppey has the details.

Dirk also pointed this out this new comic links aggregator, which comes to us courtesy Comic Book Resources. I spotted it in my referral logs a couple days ago, and the “” address looked so much like some of the referral spam sites that had been cropping up there lately, I almost blocked it. Good thing I checked first!

So long to cartoon kingpin Joe Barbera. The man (along with William Hanna) gave us Tom & Jerry, for which we should all be thankful.

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