Despite my earlier promise to myself, at 6:55 CDT (how did it get so early so soon?) the sun did, in fact, set on me in Minneapolis. I'll try for an early departure tomorrow. Or tonight, after the Boss traffic dies down. Or something.
Meanwhile, nobody likes me:
So, trying to figure out how to comment on them, I can only think of one response molon labe, kids, molon labe.
As i've said before; people are stupid, what are you going do?
Needless to say, I am deeply troubled that I fail to be even slightly troubled by either of these responses.
Perhaps if I gave them more thought. . . but, heh, Hembeck.
And a brief history of the McFarlane-Gaiman dispute, including M*r*cl*m*n, if you're interested. God help you.
Update: Me and my big mouth.
Gaiman vs. McFarlane comes to trial
Jury selection begins today in Neil Gaiman Vs. Todd McFarlane, the closely watched lawsuit which Gaiman filed back in January. At stake is the fate of Miracleman, the long lost character created by Alan Moore, as well as Angela, Cogliostro and Medieval Spawn, all key components of the Spawn-iverse. Also at stake is the reputation of two of comics' biggest names. The trial is expected to last all week.
Ace MacDonald provides a lengthier summary of the dispute, if you're still interested. God help you.
Found at the closing-SUNDAY!-SUNDAY! -SUNDAY! Warren Ellis Forum.
Which is closing Sunday.