Monday, June 04, 2012

Ask Me Anything #21

It's the first Monday of the month which means it's time for "Ask Me Anything," the monthly feature in which you get to do just that. So, if you have questions about my work, my influences, movies I may have seen, books I may have read, food I may have eaten, or anything else that I might possibly have an answer for, go ahead and ask and I'll do my best to answer.

Head down to the comment section and post your question. I'll either post my answer in the comment section as well, or answer it in a special post all its own sometime later in the month.

Please take the time to view the previous questions so that we don't wind up with a lot of repetition. I've been asked a lot of good, thought provoking questions in the past as well as some really banal ones, all of which I tried to answer. You can see the previous questions by visiting Ask Me Anything  #1#2 ,  #3#4#5#6 , #7 , #8#9,  #10,  #11,  #12 , #13#14,  #15 , #16#17 , #18 , #19 and #20.  Answers not found following the questions can be found in the archives section for each associated month under Ask Me Anything.

Now ask away.


Dave Lowe said...

I have one for you (and forgive if it has been asked before, did not take time to go back and see if it has).

With DC annoucing the original Green Lantern will become a gay character being big news... what do you think are the top milestone moments in comic history when a book, character or story was revised to reflect the times better.

ShaggyDoo said...

A while back I had this dream, was riding in a Chevy Nova with my best friend (a fellow I'd never seen before this dream). I really had to use the facilities so we drove around looking for a restroom. When we finally found a bathroom a bunch of zombies would appear and approach before relief could be had, so would run out of the room and into a completely different styled bathroom (some sort of bathroom complex), this repeated until I woke up exhausted and in need of, like, you know. What do you suppose this all meant?

John Rozum said...

Dave -- Good question. Let me give that some thought and I'll post seperately.

ShaggyDoo -- One of two things.

1.- The Chevy Nova represents an opportunity that you are certain that you somehow missed even though you can't say for certain what the opportunity was. Relationship, job, adventure, finding a five dollar bill on the sidewalk, or a rare collectible in a store you decided not to go in to. It could be anything. Forget it. That door has closed. Move on.

2. -- You forgot to pick up your dry cleaning.