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January 11, 2011


CR Holiday Interview Series Ends

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My thanks to everyone that participated in this year's CR Holiday Interview series. Comics is stuffed full of articulate, smart people, and it's been a blast to tap into that for a few weeks as a change of pace from CR's standard approach. I hope those of you that read the series found new comics to read, new issues to think about and new people to pay attention to. I am deeply appreciative of your time.

Here in one place are links to all the interviews. I'd be very happy if anyone out there linked to this post as a way of throwing some attention on the series as a whole, or used the link as an opportunity to provide any feedback that comes to mind. I'm thankful for all of you that linked to individual pieces along the way.

CR Holiday Interview #1 -- Joe Casey
CR Holiday Interview #2 -- Karl Stevens
CR Holiday Interview #3 -- Matt Seneca
CR Holiday Interview #4 -- Matt Bors (art below)
CR Holiday Interview #5 -- Dustin Harbin
CR Holiday Interview #6 -- Peggy Burns
CR Holiday Interview #7 -- Zunar
CR Holiday Interview #8 -- Kiel Phegley
CR Holiday Interview #9 -- Jason T. Miles
CR Holiday Interview #10 -- Dylan Horrocks
CR Holiday Interview #11 -- Daren White
CR Holiday Interview #12 -- David Brothers
CR Holiday Interview #13 -- Andrew Farago
CR Holiday Interview #14 -- Kelly Sue DeConnick
CR Holiday Interview #15 -- Matt Gagnon
CR Holiday Interview #16 -- Dirk Deppey
CR Holiday Interview #17 -- James Sturm
CR Holiday Interview #18 -- Brigid Alverson
CR Holiday Interview #19 -- Daniel Clowes
CR Holiday Interview #20 -- Jaime Hernandez (art above)

As always, there were a few people with whom I missed connections and on whose interviews I got sidetracked in the course of getting the series out there. I hope to send out apology e-mails to those people in the next day or so, but let me say publicly that I'm sorry, there was nothing personal about it, it was all on me not doing my job as well as I can and I hope I can make it up to you in the days and weeks ahead.

Next year's series should be 15 interviews long and run December 18 to January 1, a tighter window to reflect comics' expanded activity over the holiday period. Between this series and that one, I hope to renew this site's devotion to weekly Sunday interviews and occasional chats with news makers. I hope everyone has a great 2011 and I'm looking forward to digging into all of comics' various worlds in the year ahead.

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