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The Bay Model; a Cool Thing

The San Francisco Bay Model isn’t a best-kept secret. I’m just ignorant. I knew there was a Bay Model somewhere in the area because I saw a film about it years ago on PBS, and because the Mythbusters used in … Continue reading

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World of Tomorrow

The coolest thing about Brian Fies’s book-signing at the Four Eyed Frog was when Joel Crockett introduced him to Nick. Nick is a high school senior. He and his mom are Gualala locals. The Sig-O knows her. Like most locals, … Continue reading

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The World of Tomorrow is Here

Whatever Happened to the World of Tomorrow? Brian Fies Abrams Comicarts, 2009 “. . . and then, without even meaning to, they built it.” Full disclosure: I know Brian Fies and I consider him a friend. My copy of this … Continue reading

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