Apologies for not posting more often lately. Between work and travel, there hasn't been much opportunity to do so, though my schedule does seem to be easing off in the near future, at least for a little while. (So much for summer being the slow time of the year.)
To try and ease back into the blogosphere, I just posted a couple of new chapters of my ongoing bat-serial, beginning with this one. Expect more in the days ahead.
Rest assured I continue to report to and learn from the Monk, much to my great joy; I'll have more to say on that in the near future as well.
Finally, a couple of bat-sightings you might enjoy as much as I have. First, an elaborate chalk drawing drawing by a street artist in action:
(I hope you can make out Bats' handsome mug to the artist's right; he's working on a Batman Beyond drawing in this shot.)
And here's a poster in a comic book store window I've been passing nearly every day lately:
Admittedly I've cropped it a bit in this image, but tell me that thing is not all about the crotch.
Not that there's anything wrong with that, mind you.
Near-mint copy of infamous Nazi torture bondage comic book cover (1944) estimated to fetch $200k at auction - Someone has already bid $80,000 on a near-mint copy of *Suspense Comics* #3 from 1944, with a cover by Alex Schomburg. This is the type of comic book tha...
48 minutes ago