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Tuesday, November 26, 2002




One of the pleasures of doing this site is being contacted by "new" authors. Justin Hall is one of these authors, whose work I hadn't heard of. Which is really a pity, since his first self-published book, A Sacred Text, is a very original and moving tale. Read my review, and I hope you'll see why Justin Hall won a Xeric grant for this book.
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Sunday, November 17, 2002




And... here is another review! Incredible, isn't it? I've been productive this week-end.
Havoc Inc. is a delightful series, portraying two lovers in a sci-fi environment that owes nothing to Star Wars or Star Trek... and everything to the prolific and original imagination of its creators, Mark Barnard and Terrie Smith.
The fact that the main characters are two guys in love plays almost no role in the stories, and that is quite refreshing. That doesn't mean no tender gestures are shown, far from it. In fact, they cuddle a lot.
Which is nice.
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Saturday, November 16, 2002




Have you noticed anything new on this site?
I have entirely rebuilt my site in PHP. I won't bore you with the reasons why I did that (apart from the fact that the site is now far easier to maintain), but I'll say a word about the differences that concern you:
The gallery pages can now be sorted either by date (the latest image appearing first), or by artist's name.
The sitemap still lists all the reviews, but that too can be sorted by date (or by title as it used to be).
I've also slightly altered the look of the pages, trying to make it more coherent.
That's all, more or less. If you had bookmarked another page than http://gaycomicslist.free.fr, please update your bookmarks.
Thank you for your attention.
Now, I only have to write new reviews...
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