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[rec.arts.comics] REVIEWS FAQ: Technical Guide
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Posts are most quickly posted if they follow a basic Subject Keyword
format.  Right now there are three standard Keywords that the bot looks
for, as well as checking the newsgroups line:  CAPSULES:, REVIEW:, and
PREVIEW.  Other subject-line keywords may be arranged with the moderator.

For example, here's the suggested Subject line format for a review:

REVIEW: TITLE #nnn  (any other information the author includes)

REVIEW: SUPERMAN #800  Quick Picks reviews

It's nice to put the review/column title last and the comic title first, 
because then all of the SUPERMAN #800 reviews can be listed in 
alphabetical order on a newsreader.

Please note that it's best to give *some* hint of which titles you're
discussing in your review;  don't just say "Mark's Reviews 11-2000".

When you follow up to a review, delete the stuff you aren't directly 
commenting on, including the other person's .sig file.  Place your 
response after each section you're commenting on, instead of at the very
top or very bottom of the post.  Leave white space after each paragraph.  
That makes it easier to understand what you're responding to, and makes 
your posts and responses a lot easier to read.  Make sure that your 
followups are only going to the newsgroups where the reviewed book or 
product would be discussed.  Thanks.


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