Who am I? I'm just a comic enthusiast, like any other, who likes to be organized.
After using several other comic book pull list generators on the internet, I got kind of frustrated. Sure, I had a pull-list to take with me to the store each week, but it was just that. A flat list. Plus, the best generator I found listed each and every publisher and title on one page, which meant I had to SCROLL and SCROLL and SCROLL to find the titles I was interested in.
Then, after my list was printed, I'd manually go back and total up how many comics I had, and then I'd even go through and manually add up the prices, so I had an idea of what I was spending at the store.
Then it hit me. Why am I doing this, when I could have a program do it all for me? So one Wednesday night, after the kids were in bed, I started writing. By the time I went to work the next morning, I had 75% of the site finished, and already living on it's new domain name of weekly-comics.com. By the time I went to bed on Thursday night, I had the rest of the site live and working. Sure, I make tweaks here and there, but tool itself is the product of only 2 nights of work. I added in all of the bells and whistles I could think of, so it wasnt just what I wanted, but could be useful for everyone.
So take a look around. If you know of a tool that we could add to our site, or have a suggestion or request, please drop a message on the CONTACT US page!
P.S. - I'd like to throw out a special thanks to the folks over at comiclist.com for thier weekly RSS Feed, that this tool uses to populate its weekly lists. Thanks, guys!