All quiet on the Eastern front?

Yeah, this blog has been a bit quiet over the last few days, but don’t think we’re sitting back, doing nothing here in Raleigh, North Carolina. In addition to wrapping up the new issue of the Jack Kirby Collector (due to press next week), we’ve been doing a lot of major marketing of our line to various sources, with more continuing. Our circulation manager, Bob Brodsky, has been burning up the phone lines with follow-up calls for our efforts, and doing a fantastic job, as has Eric Nolen-Weathington (remember him?), and Chris Irving (who’s heading out tomorrow to handle our booth at the Emerald City Con in Seattle).

I’ve also got to get both Comics Gone Ape! and Brush Strokes With Greatness (our Joe Sinnott biography) to press over the next two weeks, plus finish an article about Jack Kirby for Marvel Comics (due Friday; yikes!). And I’ve started back playing my French Horn in my church’s brass choir (I was a music major for two years before switching to art, and haven’t touched the shiny beast in over 20 years, so practice is definitely in order), so if you’re on the East Coast and hear dogs howling, you’ll know why.

Anyway, I’ll post here as I get time, but know that the wheels are turning full-steam ahead at TwoMorrows, even when you don’t see a post here for a day or two.