And...did you know there was a super villain named "Crazy Quilt?"
"Crazy Quilt", an obscure D.C comics villain who ran around in a patchwork patterned tunic and tights which he accesorized with a jaunty scarf. "Crazy Quilt" referred to himself as the "King of Color Crimes"and he could shoot light rays out of a special hat. Sadly, he didn't last long. Crazy Quilt may not have been too successful as a comic book character but given what we're seeing today with the works of Newport, Kijima and Claytor, perhaps he was just a bit ahead of his time. - http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/snippets/issue3/comic_quilt (do read this page)And...for comics as quilts.....and the value of grandmas (which my aunt is getting the hang of).... take a look at Ryan Clayton's Graduate Thesis Exhibition which he's graciously posted online.
Happy Birthday, Aunt Debbie.