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April 27, 2011

Panels Out Of Context #48


From Captain America #17. Written by Ed Brubaker, drawn & inked by Mike Perkins, colored by Frank D'Armata, and lettered by VC's Joe Caramagna. Marvel, 2006.

I think it's fair to say that the sciences were never Cap's strong suit.

April 20, 2011

Panels Out Of Context #47

From Hulk vs. Fin Fang Foom #1. Written by Peter David, drawn by Jorge Lucas, inked by Robert Campanella, colored by Brad Anderson, and lettered by Simon Bowland. Marvel, 2008.

April 13, 2011

Panels Out Of Context #46


From The Amazing Spider-Man #658. Written by Dan Slott, drawn by Javier Pulido, colored by Muntsa Vicente, and lettered by VC's Joe Caramagna. Marvel, 2011.

Action figure customizers, start your -- wow, that didn't take long!

April 12, 2011

This Fictional Me

So, yesterday I came across this book, which startled me somewhat. The only other Jon Hansen of any note I ever knew about was the fire chief at the Oklahoma City bombing from waay back when. Yes, the web tells me there are many others out there, mostly in South Dakota, Denmark and other parts beyond.

(Although now I see I was also the United Nations Secretary General in one of those rapture-Left-Behind-style books. Apparently my character was "extremely charismatic, popular and altruistic," as is only right. Of course, he also dies in a chopper crash in Pakistan. So there's that.)

Anyhoo, my first thought was, dear God, don't let this book become popular enough to be made into a movie. Nothing against Ms. Rogers, but I have no interest in having my name turned into the equivalent of 'Harry Potter.'

I really should work harder at making a name for myself. You'd never see a book called "Neil Gaiman and the Cyborg Hordes of Dreamland," unless it was a biography.

April 06, 2011

Panels Out Of Context #45

From Runaways #7. Written by Brian K. Vaughan, drawn by Adrian Alphona, inked by Craig Yeung, colored by Brian Reber, and lettered by Randy Gentile. Marvel, 2003.

Yes. Yes, it does.

April 01, 2011

Flashy Wordy Words

Am starting to amuse myself with GoodReads, because I'm like that (yes, I know everyone else has already been there, gotten bored or not, and left or not; bite me). Just playing with the widgets. Here, what I've read, either very recently or back in the past but had close to hand or mind:

Jon's bookshelf: read

Nascence: 17 Stories That Failed and What They Taught MeBone ShopSpell GamesDead ReignPoison SleepBlood Engines

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My new challenge in restraining myself will be keeping from going back and entering the rest of my books. Because I'm not made out of tachyon particles, you know. I may settle on adding a widget somewhere. Because every webpage needs more of those.