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"Good night sweetheart, well, it's time to go (doh-doh-de-oh-doh)."
This month in Attitude, we have a number of columns guaranteed to shock and amuse. First up, Ed (DEADENDERS, BATMAN) Brubaker gives us our PrOpinion, where he asks all of you to demand more out of your comics reading. Then, Alasdair Watson and Andrew Wheeler both give slightly differing reports about their experiences at the Comics 2000 Festival, Britain's Largest Comics Convention. Antony Johnston gives us his final PANEL BEATING, in which he makes a final, empassioned plea on how to save the comics industry. Joe Szilagyi then tells us a cautionary tale of the Comic Shop that may lead us to believe that Antony is onto something.
Finally, I myself chime in with a little news item that will be of interest to anyone reading these words. I suggest you check it out, or when you check back in June for the new issue you may be a little shocked.
And with that, I'd like to just make a quick note that due to my recent promotion here at PI, I'll no longer be introducing Attitude to you all each and every month. That duty will fall on the shoulders of the new Attitude Editor Joe Szilagyi. Joe has been a regular contributor to the Attitude section for several months now, and we're very happy to have him come on board. Everyone be nice to him.
as an introduction, if you have any questions or comments about
Attitude, e-mail Joe at email@example.com.
Until then I remain,
EIC 'n' stuff.
PrOpinion- Ed Brubaker.
Raise The Bar.
The Reader: Generation E
Watching the world through a four-colour filter, with Andrew Wheeler.
Modern Days: Comics 2000
Thoughts on comics inspired by events in daily
life. By Alasdair Watson.
Panel Beating: Comics Must Die
Striking fanboys over the head with very big
sticks - every month. By Antony Johnston.
A Cautionary Tale, By Joe Szilagyi.
I Wanna Be A PopStar
By Christopher Butcher.
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