Erwin K. Roberts’ Blog
The Serial Squadron
Warning: Spoiler Alert If you have not read the my story, “How The Name Came,” please do so now. I am going to discuss the story’s finale later in this post. Collectors, of just about anything, can be a strange and/or surprising bunch. About 45 years ago I worked at a ceramics studio in the… Continue reading The Serial Squadron
Erwin’s First Blog Post
How I met the Masked Rider, and other western avengers. Like most Americans my age, I grew up on westerns. There were western (and Northern) radio shows like James Stewart in “The Sixshooter,” and the modern day Sky King. Sgt. Preston (“The Challenge of the Yukon”) and the “Silver Eagle” kept the peace in the… Continue reading Erwin’s First Blog Post
Introducing the Digital Comic Museum
A Haven For Imagination, Mostly In Bright Colors Comics books, as regularly published magazines, began in the mid-1930’s. In 1939 the industry really took off. Twenty years later some long time comics professionals thought comics might die out. They were wrong, of course, but some young talents were advised to seek work elsewhere. In those… Continue reading Introducing the Digital Comic Museum
My Old Army Unit Did What!?!
28 May 2021 On a mailing-list I follow today somebody commented about how a UK author confused a Mangrove swamp with a forest of Mango fruit trees. Let me assure everybody that there is nothing in the least “romantic” about a mangrove swamp. After rushing to Florida during the Cuban Missile Crisis elements of the… Continue reading My Old Army Unit Did What!?!
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