Do you know something? I honestly didn’t believe I would ever write this post. I do generally have quite strong self-discipline, but even I didn’t think that I’d write anything between 800-1600 words about comics every day (excluding, of course, the days I took to thinking of as Show And Tell days – the artist spotlights, the copied covers posts and the YouTube entries). I really thought that I’d get about a dozen or so days in, then miss one, at which point of course the whole thing would be pointless because it’s not one hundred days if you don’t do it every day for one hundred days.
So I really did mean to post this earlier, but I ended up reading it myself and… well, I kind of got lost in reading it because I was enjoying it so much (Dude, Power Man and Iron Fist for day 99?)… Blame Alistair Kennedy, whose just-completed 100 Days of Comics is a love letter to many things about the medium, creators, characters and industry that we have such a problematic relationship with. Go and check it out, if only for the accomplishment of getting through all 100 days.