Re: [arthurian_comixlist] Re: List Relevance?
- Hi, Jason.
Many thanks for your reply. Actually, we did discuss Caliber at least
briefly when it came out. Details are in the archives at
I believe I blogged it as well. It is an interesting take on the legend.
On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 10:49 PM, Jason Tondro <jason.tondro@...>wrote:
> Michael, everyone,
> The list has been quiet. But there are plenty of Arthurian comics out
> and plenty of other scholars and fans reading them and discussing them.
> Perhaps we have just gotten out of the habit of using the list? I recently
> read a "Arthur in the wild west" trade called Caliber, and now that I think
> on it, maybe we should have been discussing it here?
> Mike, the weight of the list has always fallen on you. We can try to get
> more (newer) people onto this list, which would help with activity, and we
> could set up some kind of discussion guidelines, but ultimately I think the
> list's future is up to you. If you want it to continue, then continue it
> shall. And we can work on ways to make it more fun and useful. But if you
> think you want to close it down, well, you certainly have put plenty of
> into it and shutting down is your right!
> Not super helpful, I know. I do think the list could be more useful. But I
> think it needs some fresh faces; we need to try to include more of the
> people currently writing and talking about these books. And we could
> benefit from some kind of semi-formal, "When a new book comes out, we start
> a discussion thread on it" organization.
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