Thursday, December 20, 2007


For the approval of the internet, I submit the following definition of courage from Will Pfiefer's blog:
Meanwhile, I almost forgot to mention that the AMAZONS ATTACK hardcover was due in comic book stores last week. (I forgot mostly because I haven't gotten my box of comp copies yet -- c'mon, DC!). It's all six issues for a mere $24.99, complete with a lovely slipcover and sketchbook section, both by artist extraordinaire Pete Woods. Just the thing for under the tree!

As always, if you have any questions, comments or criticisms, feel free to air them here. I really do want to hear 'em.

Yes, even about AMAZONS ATTACK.


  1. Its official: Will Pfiefer is a class act.

  2. Gotta admit, that's the act of a brave man. Looking at the comments, though, they don't seem nearly as vitriolic as the ones on AA #6 did; I think that the series might have proved undistinguished enough that by the time the hardcover has come out, fans are trying very hard to pretend the whole thing never happened.

    (Or, to use Craig Shutt's term, they Mopeed it.)

  3. HAHA thats one of the best things I've ready in a while. Pfiefer's brave, I'll give him that. I tried soo hard to like AA, I really did. Alas it just was not meant to be.

  4. A hardcover? As if it were a book containing 1) a story, 2) characters and 3) ideas? Wow, what hubris. From the one issue I read, if they really want a more fitting way to present this material, they'd print it on those odor-fighting inserts people sometimes slip into their sneakers.

    On the adhesive side.

    But yeah, that's a brave, brave man. Bless his heart!

  5. I'd consider it braver if he responded to the criticism he encouraged.