* Sean Kleefeld notes a couple of post-Golden Age Of Newspaper Strip efforts and suggests that maybe it's not always the shrinking space provided by newspaper that was the culprint in terms of people not doing a certain kind of art on the comics page anymore.
* the writer Sean T. Collins riffs on that "convenient canon" article from several days back as I did, but goes in a more comics-specific direction: comparing the lack of HBO television series on specific platforms to Marvel Comics falling behind DC in terms of building in the public's imagination a pantheon of worthy works because it's so much harder to see and access their worthy material. I do think Marvel's mess of a books program costs them money, but I never wondered after whether it cost them prestige.
* CF draws an image from that omnipresent relic of the early VHS rental days: Liquid Sky.
* I'm blogging a few days ahead right now from personal necessity, so I hope that you've already read Paul Tumey's piece at TCJ.com on a new, emerging, Seattle cartooning scene.