I know you're aware of Jess Nevins excellent 1602 Annotations, but I was wondering if you'd read this peice (http://comicworldnews.com/forum/ib3/ikonboard.cgi?act=ST;f=19;t=1722) by Ed Cunard at comicworldnews.com. He goes page by page and sort of makes plain talk of the various puzzle peices. I just thought you'd find it fun to read how people are trying to unravel your ball of twine so early, and maybe even make you think "Hmm... I hadn't thought of that" a few times.
To Maddy: Happy Birthday! I hired a copy of The School Story from my library to read to my young cousin today in your honor.
Thanks. I think the article is actually by Jason Pomerantz.
There's another interesting set of annotations occurring at http://continuitypages.com/marvels.htm, while Jess's annotations are growing in leaps and bounds at http://www.enjolrasworld.com/Jess%20Nevins/1602/16021.html
Right. Toronto signing at Chapters tomorrow (saturday) in case anyone came in late...
Oh, and finally...
You might find the following comic very interesting, especially since it has a drawing of you:
It's all true, by the way.
Nicole Lee from San Francisco
Congratulations to both of you! (Nicole was one of the first people in line at the Thursday DC signing, and she says I should come and sign in Malaysia. And I should.)