November 30, 2013
CR Week In Review
The top comics-related news stories from November 23 to November 29, 2013:
1. Eyes move across the Atlantic for a pair of significant stories in terms of non-US awards: the winners
of the second BCAs; the "official selections
" of the Angouleme Festival.
2. The end-of-the-year job maneuvering has begun
3. Call goes out
from the Southern California based society of comics-makers CAPS that the great Stan Sakai could use some help in closing the gap on a shortfall regarding homecare health insurance, necessary because of the issues facing wife Sharon. Please consider giving.
Winner Of The Week
Your Angouleme Nominees.
Losers Of The Week
Any folks that get left out a bit this holiday season due to the massive wave of companies, individuals and organizations all making a holiday plea for support based on something other than a direct commercial exchanges of goods or services for cash.
Quote Of The Week
"Rowe (who, by the way, is a cartoonist's dream in his own right, being very tall and lampost-slender and golliwog-haired) loves to give people lots to look at in his cartoons because he's sure that people really do 'pore over' and fossick in cartoons when they're given lots to look for." -- Ian Warden
today's cover is from the all-time series
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