The new schedule for The Comics Observer
As we begin the seventh month of The Comics Observer, it has become something I didn’t expect. And I love it.
When the site was first conceived, it was to expand on my own writing about comics that I had been doing at my website. But as time went by, I quickly became more interested in reading what others were thinking about comics. One invitation lead to another and before I knew it, I was spending more time curating and editing, and less time writing. So why fight the fates?
I have collected a variety of voices that are offering their own observations, perspectives and opinions on the varied world of comic books. And more are in the pipeline. The site has been tweaked accordingly to reflect our new angle.
To help these great thinkers and writers get more attention, I’m shifting schedules around a little bit so that their columns hit the internet on Mondays. My weekly recommendation column will still go up on Wednesdays. Check out the full schedule here.
So this is probably the last Friday post you’ll see for now. Hopefully having things earlier in the week will help these great columns get circulated more. If you like what you read, please comment and/or share it with your friends via email or on Facebook or Twitter.
Thank you to my excellent team of columnists, Scott, Wayne, Miguel, and Anastasia! Thank you to Dane and Cindy for their guest columns! And we’ve got more in the pipeline!
Come back on Monday for Scott’s new installment, titled “Ten More-Or-Less Current, More-Or-Less Mainstream Funnybooks That I Actually More-Or-Less Enjoy — And Why!” As always, Scott is sure to not hold back as our resident Cranky Comic Book Cartoonist. And later in September, Miguel promises to reveal the greatest comic of all time… and it won’t be what you expect!
Thank you for visiting and reading The Comics Observer!