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  1. Other People's Heroes: Issue Twelve SAVED A PUPPY FROM DROWNING IN THE RIVER!

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ID:	1598Josh Corwood is walking on air. He's getting his own character, he's going to be a star in Siegel City... but what if someone stumbles upon his secret? PLUS: Blake answers a question left on the blog at EvertimeRealms.com. Join in!
    Other People's Heroes: Issue Twelve (Evercast #31)

    Theme song, “Last of the Superheroes,” by American Heartbreak, courtesy of MusicAlley.com. Cover art by Jacob Bascle, FreemindGraphx.com and VisionaryComics.com. ...
  2. Things I've Learned From The Curtain

    A couple of weeks ago I mentioned a new writing experiment of mine, The Curtain. I'm not going to reiterate everything about it here, not when there's a perfectly good blog entry about it that you're welcome to read, but I think I've decided to debut the first few scenes in this experiment during the week of Halloween, then continue to roll them out at a rate of two or three a week afterwards. This will give me time to bank several scenes before I start, and in fact, I've been working on ...
  3. Other People's Heroes: Issue Eleven Has ZERO CARBS!

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ID:	1522Last issue, Josh Corwood discovered the truth about what happened to Lionheart 10 years ago -- but now, he and Hotshot have to find the rabbiting Icebergg before Dr. Noble gets his hands on him. Plus, Blake reads a listener e-mail and makes an admission abou this long-ago days of writing "fanfiction."
    Other People's Heroes: Issue Eleven (Evercast #30)

    Theme song, “Last of the Superheroes,” by American Heartbreak, courtesy ...
  4. Miniature Love

    There is nothing better than our culture. When I say our, I'm talking about of course, the comic/entertainment culture that we've got going. Comics, it seems, have begun to bleed into everything and everything is bleeding into comics.

    One of the sub-cultures (sub-sub-cultures?) that is of interest are miniatures. More importantly miniature gaming. Those of us that truly love comics talk about getting into the industry, or the back story of certain players in the industry. With Miniature ...
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  5. Sigmund: Veto Power and the Lucky Cat

    The other day when I turned my phone back on during a break at work, I found that I had two voicemails. This was disconcerting, as I virtually NEVER get voicemails--no one really has a need to call me during the day...everyone knows I WORK during the day. Plus, most also know I'm best reached via text, facebook, or email. So this grabbed my attention.

    Turned out that I'd been granted "veto power" by my mom as far as my dad being allowed to get a cat. Our family has had exactly ...
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