Monday 21 September 2020

Please Hold For Wilf Jenkins

Hi, Everybody!

I have spoken (on the record) with Wilf Jenkins:

As you all know, Wilf Jenkins was the Aardvark/Vanaheim lawyer for years, and during that time he was on the comp list. Wilf saved all his copies. Dave and Wilf have signed them, and there's a certificate of authenticity.The books will be available from Looking For Heroes, for $10 (CAD) plus $4 dollars shipping to Canada and $5 dollars shipping to the USA. All the money goes to the Food Bank of the Waterloo Region.

I'm not sure which reader questions Wilf answered, but if you feel he neglected one you asked, let me know, and I'll see about making him do this again.

Dave's release.

Order HERMANN #1! (The NEW CiH?), buy Batvark: PENIS on the 30th, check out the new Cerebus masks and whatnots, Signed copies of Vark Wars: Walt's Empire Strikes Back (Signed by Dave, Signed by Dave and me, Signed by me after I scribble out Dave's name, Pretty much available Signed only...), don't forget or their eBay auctions: (Misprinted #1), (Sketch Card with a Sketch by Dave), (Another Sketch Card with a Sketch by Dave), and bid on a slightly used copy of SODAR:
Bidding starts at $50 (USD)
And the Monday report: 
Next Time: The AMOC SODAR review...


Brian West said...

Thank you, Matt.

john g. said...

No insight into the counterfeit Cerebus # 1? No insight into the Wolveroach legal drama? No insight into the Dave-Deni breakup? You did “corporate compliance stuff”? C’mon, Wilf! Give us something juicy! I guess we shouldn’t be looking for the “Wilf Jenkins Reality Show” anytime soon. Oh, well- no complaints. The price was right. Thanks for the interview.

Dave Kopperman said...

I feel like Dave's read on this particular scripture is looking at it from too much of a modern Western POV, particularly with his reasoning of why Jesus and gang were at the wedding. My own understanding of Semitic practices is limited, but I gather there's a real emphasis on welcoming all comers into your home with open arms, including (especially?) strangers. That's contemporary practice, true. But as long as there's going to be speculation on why the disciples attended, I'd think that's just as likely as what Dave posits.

Tony Dunlop said...

Agreed, Dave K. Dave S. Is basically assuming his own interpretation of late 20th century North American wedding protocol is directly applicable to that of first century, Roman-occupied Judea.

Dan E. said...

Your call with Wilf was interesting. If there is a follow-up, I would ask what difficulties (if any) were there in dealing with issues in countries that weren't Canada?

Glen said...


I found your podcast "An Audio Moment of Cerebus" on iTunes on the weekend & subscribed to it.

Thank you for making the effort and looking forward to more discussions with Dave.