Sunday, July 03, 2011

Just this once, everybody wins!

Okay, I know, it's been a month. And a half. But it's been a busy month (and a half), full of excuses. Either way, it's time to (finally) announce the winners of the Walking with Superman Contest! You might recall that I set up prizes for the top two places, and what do you know: two people entered! So everyone's a winner.

And isn't that how Superman would have wanted it? I think it is.

First, our runner-up, who will be receiving a not-too-shabby-if-I-do-say-so-myself care package of Action Comics #775 (shut up, it is not overrated), the sadly and strangely as-yet-uncollected Dark Knight Over Metropolis three-parter, Invincible Iron Man Annual #1 (one of last year's best comics), and the two-volume Jimmy Olsen: Adventures by Jack Kirby set, David Lawrence, who turned in this excellent-and-hilarious take on Walking with Superman: Day 91, one of my personal favorites.
The Were-World is seriously my favorite of the WwS originals.

No lie: I would write Superman and Frankenstein solving mysteries Scooby-Doo style in a heartbeat.

And without further ado (there's been forty-odd too many days of ado already), our winner--of Freakazoid Season 1 and Look! Up in the Sky! The Amazing Story of Superman on DVD, The Physics of Superheroes, 2nd Edition, and of course, The Walking Dead Vol. 1 and All-Star Superman Volumes 1 & 2 in TPB form!--it's Maestro Drake's cover to Walking with Superman: Day 155.
Such snazzy suits!

His description:
Skyman and the Squadron are dressed in Secret Service attire walking through downtown while an interloper ensues.
It appears Lois Lane is after the President but she may have a different motive.

Okay, that's finally over. Now I just have to send out the care packages, which I can't do until I have some physical addresses. So gentlemen, if you will, send 'em along to doubtingtom83 [at] gmail [dot] com, and I'll get those in the mail. And I promise it won't take me a month.

Oh, and one more's not an entry, but I feel I ought to spotlight this fun Paint-ing by my good friend Jess:
I will spread the gospel of Freak, and it will be good.

Sadly, I don't think that'll happen before August. But come August...

1 comment:

Don said...

August is right. She can have 'em when I'm good and done with 'em.