I'm still pretty busy picking up all the confetti and streamers from my birthday party yesterday, so in order to catch up, here's a guest submission for 365 Days of Star Wars Comics, sent in by my good pal Mister Mike Sterling. Thanks, Mike! He's sent me a cover that I can only describe as another entry in the long list of Archie's Generic Celebrities: Not Actually Threepio and Artoo!
Cover of Mad House #111 (February 1978), artist uncredited
Thanks again, Mike! A slice of day-old birthday cake is being emailed to you now as we speak!
Panel from Star Trek (IDW 2011 series) #34 (June 2014); script by Mike Johnson;, pencils by Joe Corroney; inks by Joe Corroney, Victor Moya, and Rob Doan, colors by Sakti Yuwomo, letters by Neil Uyetake
Panels from Star Wars: Battle of the Bounty Hunters: The Pop-Up Comic Book one-shot (July 1996); script by Ryder Windham, painted art by Christopher Moeller, letters by Ellie de Ville (Click picture to Jabba-poppin'-up-right-at-you-size)
I'm going to postpone the final day of this year's "There Is No Hope in Crime Alley" until tomorrow, folks, which may seem like bat-sacrilege, but I think there's something much more important to commemorate today. Altho' it's of course not the end of the discussion there will be battles both social and political to come, I'm sure it's a triumph and a celebration for today. We all should be dancing in the streets, because we all win when love does. If you look for it, I've got a sneaky feeling you'll find that love actually is all around.
Panels from Astonishing X-Men (2004 series) #51 (August 2012); script by Marjorie Liu, pencils by Mike Perkins; inks by Mike Perkins and Andrew Hennessy; colors by Andy Troy, Jim Charalampidis, and Rachelle Rosenberg; letters by Joe Caramagna, Corey Petit, and Clayton Cowles