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I thought I'd start a thread on where's Brian (kind of like where's Waldo)?  So has Brian given up on Lady Death?  This board is pretty much dead (pun intended) and times are tuff (and maybe that's the 'evil master plan').  "Ignore them long enough and they'll go away - HeHeHe".  So... The last time I saw him was in Seattle last March at EmeraldCon (yes, I plan on going again this year).

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He's off with Lady Death somewhere in Wonderland, trying to get Evil Ernie back from the clutches of the guys who sealed him away when they couldn't make any money out of him.

He wouldn't bother, but Lady Death has a way of getting what she wants from him, and what she and EE need to be right again are each other...

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i say he's locked in the bathroom with a tarot comic and a lady death swimsuit issue but dont worry i hear he's low on hand lotion LOL

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Probably at a convention with Fran , enjoying the fan praise from the success of the Graves.
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I say it's over for him and comics .  Yah, times are hard but he could at lest stop by and say hi to his fans.  I wish he could get EE, Chas, and Purg back and get Coffin Comics going with something besides pinup books.  
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i agree need for him to at least let us know if his comic days are over

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lol. well he dropped ties with the chaos! fiends as soon aas they weren't his main source of income so unless you start gushing over his most current project don't expect him to spend time with you.

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Scarlette, I'm wondering if you have a bone to pick with BP? 
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those be fighting words the loser is a Archie comic fan boy

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He's probably very busy at the moment. Although a new Lady Death book would be very nice.
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He's off with Lady Death somewhere in Wonderland, trying to get Evil Ernie back from the clutches of the guys who sealed him away when they couldn't make any money out of him.

 I would love it if he ever managed to get the rights back to Evil Ernie.




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Where have I been? 

Ten days after Chicago Comicon last year, I contracted Parsonage Turner Syndrome. Here's some info on it ---

PARSONAGE TURNER SYNDROME

Definition

Parsonage-Turner syndrome (PTS) is a rare syndrome of unknown cause, affecting mainly the lower motor neurons of the brachial plexus. The brachial plexus is a group of nerves that conduct signals from the spine to the shoulder, arm, and hand. PTS is usually characterized by the sudden onset of severe one-sided shoulder pain, followed by paralysis of the shoulder and lack of muscle control in the arm, wrist, or hand several days later. The syndrome can vary greatly in presentation and nerve involvement.

Description

PTS, also known as brachial plexus neuritis or neuralgic amyotrophy, is a common condition characterized by inflammation of a network of nerves that control and supply (innervate) the muscles of the chest, shoulders, and arms. Individuals with the condition first experience severe pain across the shoulder and upper arm. Within a few hours or days, weakness, wasting (atrophy), and paralysis may affect the muscles of the shoulder. Although individuals with the condition may experience paralysis of the affected areas for months or, in some cases, years, recovery is usually eventually complete.

Local pain around the shoulder girdle is the prevalent symptom of Parsonage-Turner syndrome. It is usually sudden and often severe, often awakening persons during the night. The pain worsens progressively for up to two days. Described as a constant, severe ache associated with tenderness of the muscles, the pain is not affected by coughing. However, it is accentuated by arm movements and muscular pressure, but almost unaltered by movements of the neck. The pain is commonly distributed across the back of the scapula (shoulder blade) and the tip of the shoulder. Pain often radiates down the outer side of the arm and up along the neck, and seldom spreads down as far as the outer side of the forearm, below the elbow. There is no exact correlation between the localization of the pain and the distribution of the subsequent muscle paralysis.

However, in general, pain radiating below the elbow is associated with involvement of the biceps or triceps, and radiation into the neck involves the sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles. Usually the severe pain lasts from a few hours to three weeks and then disappears rather suddenly; at the same time, muscular wasting and weakness are occurring. A less severe pain may persist considerably longer.

As the pain subsides, paralysis of some muscles of the shoulder girdle, and often of the arm, develops. Usually, muscle weakness appears suddenly, but sometimes gradually increases over two or three days, or up to one week in rare cases. The paralysis involves limpness and rapid wasting of the affected muscles. Tendon reflexes might be affected, depending on the severity and extent of muscular paralysis and wasting. Weakened reflexes are frequently encountered, and fasciculations (fine tremors) occasionally occur.

Demographics

In the United States, the incidence is approximately 1.64 cases per 100,000 people per year. Internationally, PTS has been described in many countries around the world, although specific rates of incidence have not been reported. There is a male predominance in PTS with a male-to-female ratio ranging from 2:1–4:1. Individuals as young as three months or as old as 74 years can be affected with PTS; however, the prevalence is highest in young to middle-aged adults. When a child develops Parsonage-Turner syndrome, hereditary PTS should be considered.

Gotta tell you guys, the pain - to this day - is incredible. It took 4 months and tons of testing to finally arrive at this diagnosis. Scary time last fall.

The pain in my shoulders continues. With PT - and not lifting / using it too much -- it is manageable.

Throughout all this, I have not taken painkillers (except ibuprofen) because I don't like the drugged feeling.

Candidly, I forgot I even had a LD message board.

However, I've been diligently working on the LD monthly (I type with my left hand only) and am quite stoked about it.

It's a very "death metal" series.

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i hope u get better ............sorry about the bathroom joke

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Wow - that sucks...

You looked to be in fine health the last time I saw you (just re-inforces "live each day to the fullest").  I have to admit I didn't see that one coming and to be honest never really expected a reply.  So with that said... Sorry to hear about your illness which is definitely a personal issue, but I for one am glad you shared that.  I hope you have a FULL recovery and that Lady Death comes back with a vengeance, because the natives have been restless.
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Ah, now we know! Don't take this seriously, but that's a pretty exclusive form of writer's cramp!

1.64 per 100,000 people? Dammit, Brian, I thought you were one in at least a million!

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Hope it goes away soon, take care BP
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