Me and my comics, back together again. Not as many as there once were; I sold 1,000 of them in 1976 to get money to publish my first comic book (Mayhem #1), which may explain the holes in my pre-1976 collection. I am going to get some more of the long boxes for the scattered issues I have haphazardly boxed. I also need to reorganize something terrible. I am also thinking of getting the drawer boxes rather than the long boxes. If anyone has had experience with the drawer boxes (good or bad), let me know if they are worth the extra money ($9 a box vs. $2.5 a box). It is a pain in the ass to have to pull something from one of those boxes on the bottom row.
Once I sort through these and get some new boxes, I hope to be back up and running here.
The late Silver Age of Comics, 1967-1971, was my "Golden Age." I was just old enough to start seriously collecting and DC Comics were my preferred brand. Join me as we explore the Dynamic Content of DC Comics, 40 Years Ago!
Barry Keller is an artist, writer, programmer, creator, thinker, lover. Some day I will have some of this mastered. Well, one can hope. If I never master any of this, at least I will have had the pleasure of trying.
All cover artwork and characters are copyright 1967-2012 by DC Comics. All commentary and remarks are copyright 2007-2012 by Barry Keller, except in the case where I pulled them without interpretation or extrapolation from somewhere else.