Wednesday, January 16, 2008


For the longest time, photocopied pictures of Robert B. Parker and an older Raymond Chandler have adorned the door of my bedroom/home office. Today I took both pictures down, and put up a photocopy of John Cassaday's sketch of Mal Reynolds from Serenity: Those Left Behind, which fills in the story time between the end of Firefly and the Serenity movie.

Still on my door are a photocopied panel of Spenser's late 90s appearance in Tank McNamara, a photocopy of the cover of Hemingway's Men Without Women, and a New York Times artist's rendition of a younger Chandler dressed in a trenchcoat, notepad in hand.


Richie said...

Not to get off the subject but I'm curious to hear what you think about Bucky Barnes becoming the new Cap'n America.

Gerald So said...

I used to be a Cap fan, but it's hard for me not to see him as a guy who took a performance-enhancing serum to become a hero. Say it ain't so.

That aside, I have no problem with Bucky assuming the mantle of Captain America.