The out-of-print collecton of Mark's POV columns.
From the back cover:
Mark Evanier has been writing comic books since 1969 when he apprenticed with the legendary Jack Kirby and, in other news, began writing Disney-type funnybooks.
But he was writing about comics before that and reading them since he was a tot. His later comic credits include a thousand scripts for titles as diverse as Blackhawk, Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo, Superman, The New Gods (the version no one, including him, liked) and his co-creations, the DNAgents, Crossfire, Space Circus and many others. He has collaborated with Sergio Aragones on over 150 issues of Groo the Wanderer, for which he has won numerous awards and occasionally seen a check.
He has also written hundreds of hours of television programming and been nominated repeatedly for Emmy Awards, but we won't get into that. He lives in Los Angeles in a big house full of comic books and he has recently completed writing copy for the back cover of a paperback collection of old columns. This book will tell you things about him that even he doesn't want to know.