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Wednesday, December 24, 2014

We Interrupt Our Regularly Scheduled Programming...

...on account of my son making an earlier-than-expected arrival. I was planning to have this week's Marvel Comics Presents post ready to go before taking a break for the holidays (and anticpating his arrival) but he decided to head out early!

So enjoy this "It's Genetic" comic from Kyle Baker, originally appearing in Marvel Age #31, and look for this week's post to go up next week!


16 comments:

  1. Congrats! I'm looking forward to his time-displaced adventures in the future!

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  2. Congratulations! He said, in UXM #201 opening-panelesque fashion.

    ("It's Anecei", suggests my recaphtha for the post, but my vote goes of course for Nathan Christopher Charles Gorton)

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  3. Congratulations, Teebore! And welcome to the Gortons, kid... Hope your parents survive the experience!

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  4. Since all the best jokes were taken, all I can say is...

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!

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  5. Ted the comic book fanDecember 25, 2014 at 1:17 PM

    Congratulations. Family > blog posts always. Enjoy this time, it will be over before you know it.

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  6. Félicitations !

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  7. Congratulations!

    Note: do NOT take parenting advice from Scott Summers. Trust me on that.

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  8. Congrats, Teebore, and enjoy the time "off"! ;)

    (as an aside, I would love to see more of those Kyle Baker cartoons - I have a handful of Marvel Ages, and happen to have the same issue.)

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  9. Here are ten of them from the Comic Artist Evolution blog on Tumblr as reposted with further notes by Kurt Busiek.

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  10. Congrats? May this child bring much joy to you and the clone of your long-dead first love!

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  11. Congratulations!

    Just watch out for weepy teenage redheads with rattails and odd facial tatoos. Their talk about giant robot and being your future kid sound like a scam.

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  12. (The above comment was me.)

    - Mike Loughlin

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  13. I'm late, but -- congratulations, Teebore! I have no children yet myself, but they seem pretty nifty from what I've seen.

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  14. Thanks, everyone, for the kind wishes and congratulations.

    Rest assured, I will not be taking any parenting advice from the Summers clan.

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