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February 7, 2014


Random Comics News Story Round-Up

* great to hear that Richard Thompson is back at home and working.

image* Jen Sorensen talks to Alison Bechdel. J. Caleb Mozzocco talks to Michael DeForge. Garrett Martin talks to Matt Fraction. Camila profiles Laura Park. James Reich talks to Malcolm Mc Neill. Paul Gravett profiles Paul Pope. Mark Evanier writes about Jack Kirby, two decades gone.

* James Vance sent along this Will Eisner, um, homage. (Actually, I don't know, it might be an acknowledged homage.)

* color! Steve Gerber! Bobby London!

* Robert Boyd likes the way the forest is drawn in Nausicaa as much as I do, and makes an industry cross-art comparison.

* Paul Hornschemeier draws Chip Kidd.

* Sabaa Tahir profiles the release of Marvel's new Ms. Marvel comic book in a way I figure a lot of articles are profiling that one. Joanna Scutts on The Great War.

* the retailer Mike Sterling describes how a comic can go from being valuable to not being valuable without anyone noticing.

* folks suggested to Milton Knight that he try his hand at autobiography; this is what resulted.

* finally, Tim O'Shea walks us through the sketchbooks of Dustin Harbin.
 
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