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2011-03-15, 10:33 PM
I just got hired on at Zeitgeeks.com, a new nerd-friendly website. My first feature is called Jonah vs. Jonah, wherein I (and one of the other writers) argue about comic in-character as J Jonah Jameson. The site literally started last week (and I joined yesterday), so we're really looking for new readers/feedback.
PS: Sorry if this is the wrong forum. I *thought* this was the right one, but every time I assume that, I end up being wrong.
2011-03-16, 12:28 PM
sounds arts and crafty to me.
up your font size. if you have a dark grey background, you want a light blue or green text, not black.
Also, its a well known truism amongst the blogging and webfiction crowd. Left sidebars get IGNORED. move everything to the right. Two right sidebars is better than having a left.
As for the writing, I giggled, I laughed, I mostly skimmed (again, slightly larger font, different colored text so it stands out. ) good start.
2011-03-22, 03:03 PM
New article (by me) investigating the "most underrated man in comics". http://www.zeitgeeks.com/new-posts/2011/3/22/why-you-should-love-the-priest.html
2011-03-23, 05:43 PM
And now, the second installment of "Jonah vs. Jonah", as we argue about which X-Men books to read, and what recently cancelled books shouldn't have been cancelled: http://www.zeitgeeks.com/new-posts/2011/3/23/jonah-vs-jonah-2.html
2011-03-30, 12:19 AM
A *long* article, examining what it takes to make a comic book character "viable" and suggesting fifteen obscure DC characters to receive such a push:
2011-03-31, 02:48 PM
Third installment of Jonah vs. Jonah, we argue about Zach Snyder, Aquaman, and Ben Urich:
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