Sunday, November 18, 2012

366 Days with Alfred Pennyworth, Day 323

Panels from "Batman" in Solo #12 (October 2006), by Brendan McCarthy, written with Robbie Morrison, drawn with Sir Trevor Goring


Blam said...

Trevor Goring was knighted? ("Yeah, Dark Knighted," the wags are all prepared to say.)

So, Bully... What the heck happened to What the 'Tec?!? I was fixing some posts and realized that I'd never added credits or a (printed) source to a panel that I got from you and you got from Tom Peyer etc. etc., so I clicked on over to your Tumblr only to find the thing had vanished. Couldja at least let me know, if you know, from whence the panel came?

Bully said...

Sorry 'bout What the 'Tec?, Blam! It has suffered from what often happens, as I am a Stuffed Animal of Very Short Attention Span: I got too overwhelmed with various projects and decided not to continue on that one. I do have some "historical" Batman-related content planned for 2013 which is intended to fill that gap, though.

Bully said...

Oh! And the panel came from a Batman public service ad "Batman & Robin Stand Up for Sportsmanship!" It was in Batman #57 (1949) as well as many other DC comics of that period.

Blam said...

¡Gracias, Bully!

I totally hear ya about the "overwhelmed with various projects" thing. Heck, I feel like I've fallen behind already in just not being further ahead in planning all the bloggy stuff I want to do next year for Superman's 75th anniversary — and that doesn't kick off until May — especially 'cause after a year of that we head straight into Batman's. Really I just wanted to make sure that I wasn't going crazy in not being able to find your Tumblr (or imagining that it ever existed in the first place).

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as Chris Staros used to say,