Give him JLD!
When i remembered he'll not write, i'm keeping mysef from tears
I thought you guys might like to know that apparently Shade the Changing Man will be getting his own short in the upcoming Cartoon Network block DC Nation!
You can catch a very bried clip of Rac in action here;
I am very goddamn excited for this! I wonder if Peter had any involvement in it? Never thought I'd see a Vertigo character in a mainstream DC animation...
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This probably won't be of much interest to anyone, but here's an odd eBay item currently up for auction:
A poem about/inspired by Milligan, written by Grant Morrison! Once in a lifetime opportunity! Not that I'll be getting it at that price....!
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I loved Milligan and Dillon's 'Skreemer' mini-series back then, too, but find it a little formulaic now. Perhaps he just dumbed down his style to suit the market too much, or something. I don't think Pete Milligan has been underrated so much as not raved about(and against!!) on the level of Moore, Morrison, Gaiman, et al, which I imagine suits him perfectly. He certainly isn't short of work, and he's having something of a renaissance at DC just now. My first contact with his work was at the tender age of 8, reading 'Bad Company' for the first time and when I think of reading classics like this and 'Halo Jones'(Yes, Tim Callahan it IS a classic!!!!)so young, its unsurprising that I drifted away from the comics scene in about 1995!
Has anyone been reading his Stormwatch? What's the consensus?
Greg Anderson: Blackized Anti-Sterotypist!
His one issue so far is already the best of the whole series. Definitely have high hopes for his run.