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Donations now welcome

5 Dec

by Mike Hansen

Puss in BootsOn the advice of readers and friends, I’ve added a Paypal donation button to the site. Up until now, all work on All Day Comics has been done for free, in my spare time – which, unfortunately, takes time away from other paying work. If you like what you see, and would like to see more posts (and more often), please consider showing your appreciation by donating – all donations will fund additional work on ADC and allow for more opportunities to share more stuff with you. Thanks very much for reading!

Incidentally, today’s my birthday: donations would be especially valued today! In fact, for every donation in the next 24 hours – of any dollar amount – I will write an extra post on this site within the next seven days. Heck, I’ll even dedicate a post to a donator upon request (please include a contact email, and your website if you want me to share it*). Thank you!

*website must not have a “red” or “yellow” warning on Web Of Trust.

Thieving Bastard Gets 6 Years in Prison for Stealing Superman Stuff

16 Nov

by Mike Hansen

This is an original Superman costume owned by ...

Here, donators, put this on. You've earned it. (Image via Wikipedia)

I saw this yesterday and forgot to mention it (and I’m probably the last to, at this point…) – the Belleville News Democrat reports that scumbag Gerry Armbruster, the man who stole 1800 Superman items from a disabled collector, was sentenced to six years in prison:

…[Theft victim Mike] Meyer was touring [Superman co-creator Jerry] Siegel’s home Tuesday when he heard that Armbruster had pleaded guilty and received a six-year prison sentence.

“Mike said he wishes they could have put him in for a couple of years longer, but he is happy that (Armbruster) will spend some time behind bars,” said Keith Howard, friend and fellow Superman fan who accompanied Meyer to Cleveland.

Police caught up to Armbruster in September while investigating another crime: Armbruster had beaten and robbed a 76-year-old man who was trying to hire him to clean up a vacant business on the block.

Armbruster pleaded guilty to residential burglary and aggravated battery…

What an absolute bastard. I wish him luck finding a job in six years: I don’t think Google will be very forgiving to him in that time.

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