Behold, the cover of Archie #618, published not so long ago in 2011. Note that Archie, somehow transplanted back in history to the days of Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest, is now “Robbing Arch” and a wanted criminal to boot. Here’s our question: The wanted poster is affixed to a tree, and the only thing holding it to the tree is an arrow, which must have been shot at a distance. Who was the guy who was holding the poster to the tree waiting for the arrow to be shot into it? Wouldn’t a hammer and nail have been far, far easier?
Apparently the U.S. Supreme Court released some big opinion yesterday. Here it is, if you haven’t read it yet.
Music writer Caryn Rose of the Jukebox Graduate blog and the Backstreets magazine reflects on the one year anniversary of the death of Clarence Clemons, famed saxophone player for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band. Our own obituary, published in June 2011, can be found here.