Tuesday, November 25, 2008

STAN'S SOAPBOX: THE COLLECTION!

ITEM! Just in case you’ve been hiding in a cave in Outer Latveria (you know, a really plush cave with electricity and broadband access), I would be remiss if I didn’t tell you that The Hero Initiative’s latest book, Stan’s Soapbox: The Collection, is now at your local comic book shop. A cavortin’ collection of every single Stan’s Soapbox written by Yours Truly from 1967-1980, this book contains over 14 years and 46,000 words of literary excellence that you can read, rhapsodize with, and regurgitate to your friends. And all profits from sales of this book benefit the fine work done on behalf of comic creators by The Hero Initiative. I’ll even let you in on a little secret. The book doesn’t actually reprint every single Stan’s Soapbox written by Yours Truly.

You see, there was one Soapbox that only appeared in bi-monthly mags printed in 1968 that someone must’ve missed — or given it's content — decided to intentionally omit. Either way, in order for you to truly complete your Stan's Soapbox collection, the Smilin’ One presents for your review and probable derision, the long lost Stan’s Soapbox. Enjoy it, gang!


Excelsior!
Smiley

2 comments:

Peter Wallace said...

Ha! But for some reason I don't think this is genuine. Stan the Man wouldn't misspell "meaningful"!!

Stan the Man said...

While I appreciate the vote of confidence in my editorial prowess, Peter... there have been typos and mistakes in our Mighty Marvel mags as long as there have been Mighty Marvel mags. The most embarrassing case that I remember was in The Amazing Spider-Man #3 (July, 1963 — last panel, page 8) when I decided to spell "Spider-Man" as "Super-Man"! Boy did we get letters on that one! But thanks for keeping us honest, Mr. Wallace. Consider yourself field-promoted to the rank of T.T.B. (Titanic True Believer)!

Excelsior!
Smiley