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October 04, 2009

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This is a fantastic cover -- and an exciting concept. it makes me want to try my hand at writing a few: "The Iliad" starring the Yankees versus the Red Sox, and "Paradise Lost" with Kim Novak and James Stewart, music by Bernard Herrmann, sets by Durer or Lucas Cranach.

OK! I just ordered this one! This has been the Year of the Comic Book for me, after brain-numbing surgery: have y'all seen the Action Philosophers series? Not to be missed: enlightment, in silly pix & 4 basic colors, at last. Also great for OCD poets attempting to outline the universe: Alan Moore's Promethea, soon to be out in a giant collected edition.

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