I’m back, having consumed two Christmas dinners on the same day, one Midnight Mass (at which small lights shone in the dark, and John (not that one) was read, and a couple reaffirmed their wedding vows after sixty years), and a combination of beer, wine, port and flaming Christmas pud.
I’ve put the competition winners up on the Facebook Event, Simon having spent some of his Christmas Day with his family randomly choosing them. The things that man will do in the name of spreading the fun. The winners are:
Jason Sanders, Kate Sheehy, Nik Whitehead, Luke Miller, Fiona James, Jonathan Melville, Glenn Reuben, Richard Leigh, Jeremy Rosenberg and Jen Casswell of which the grand prize winner is…
Jeremy Rosenberg (who we think is probably in Chicago).
Well done all, and thanks to all who took part.
I’m pleased to have taken part, along with such luminaries as (writer) Mike Carey, (artist) Nicola Scott and (editor and main man) Tom Brevoort in a comics roundtable at Comics Nexus, of which you can now read the first part here:
The Harry Sullivan/seafood petition stands at… 165 signatures. Anyone fancy e-mailing Character Options and telling them? Could be a good seller for them. Possibly.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this run of festive blogging as much as I have. Next year will bring Primeval, Excalibur, The Vision, short stories, more television, more comics, and, I hope, a novel. I’ll see you in L.A., Perth, Imperial College, and I’ll very much see you in Denver.
I leave with the last two of those wonderful Laurie Sage cartoons.