ARCHIVE PAGE 34 - July 2007
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Slaughter in Silver
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Superman Confidential- So Pleasant!
Superman Confidential #5
DC Comics, Cover dated June 2007
Written by Darwyn Cooke and Art by Tim Sale
Cover price $2.99
Darwyn Cooke's pleasant romance between Lois and Supes continues with plenty of room for the wide open panel artwork of Tim Sale: Read the entire review of Superman Confidential #56
Why burn something no one will read?
On the continuing decline of books
"I'd like to think that this is a romantic return to youth, but it looks like a bad case of cultural infantilism. And when we're not horning in on our kids' favorite books, most of us aren't reading anything at all. More than half the adults in this country won't pick up a novel this year, according to the National Endowment for the Arts. Not one. And the rate of decline has almost tripled in the past decade."
From Harry Potter and the Death of Reading, By Ron Charles, The Washington Post, Sunday, July 15, 2007; Page B01
It is curious that population of the United States keeps growing, and simultaneously the number of movie theatre attendancers, book readers, comic book readers, newspaper readers keeps declining.
Antique Cars of Monday
I think this is a Buick Electra, 1962 or earlier. See more pictures
Robert Lawson, Illustrator
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From DC Comics' Uncle Sam and the Freedom Fighters - Daniel Acuna art
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