Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Little Christmas (noun): (1.) The day on which Christmas was celebrated under the Roman calendar, before the adoption of the Gregorian calendar; otherwise known as "the Epiphany," celebrated as the day the three wise men visited the baby Jesus; January 6. (2.) A comic book self-published by K.O. Comix, written by Russ Kazmierczak, Jr., illustrated by Brent Otey, adapting mythology about St. Nicholas to explore what Santa Claus might do the rest of the year.
In a sentence: Precious few copies of the comic book Little Christmas remain in Russ's K.O. stash, so if anybody wants one, they'd better e-mail him fast!