Big things are happening around here. The Missus and I have a little bundle of joy on the way, due in a couple months. I'm excited, but the preparations -- along with other things going on in the world -- have given me less time for reading than normal. (Or perhaps I should say "less time for reading and writing." I could read a few comics every night, but there would be no time to compose posts for every one of them.)
The result is that, in order to keep this blog on a regular schedule, I've decided to bump my "in-depth" single-issue posts down to one a week, beginning tomorrow. The only thing changing is that I'm removing Wednesdays from my regular schedule. So you'll see one John Byrne FANTASTIC FOUR a week, every Monday, then the usual rambling Friday review a few days later. Sundays will remain normal as well, with The Unboxing once a month, as well as the monthly(ish) looks at various X-Men collected editions.
So it's not that big a change, and in fact, this is the schedule I had originally envisioned when I started things up two-and-a-half years ago! The original statement was, back in August 2013, "comic reviews on Mondays to start, and then whatever strikes my fancy -- TV, movies, games, etc. -- on Fridays." Thus, just as John Byrne took the Fantastic Four back to their roots in 1981, so am I doing the same with NOT A HOAX! thirty-five years later.
Tomorrow: FF #263. Friday: Our excursion into the Hyborian Age concludes with RED SONJA/CONAN. Sunday: An announcement about the next few weeks of posts. You'll barely notice Wednesday is missing!