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October 23, 2004


CR Week In Review

Top Stories
The week's most important comics-related news stories, October 16 to October 22, 2004:

1. Isaac Perlmutter Becomes Marvel CEO
2. Arkansas State Supreme Court Clarifies Elements of Display Law
3. King Features Syndicate Announces On-Line Service

Winners of the Week
Isaac Perlmutter and the current management at Marvel, who continue to lock things into place just the way they want them.

Losers of the Week
Fans of the Two Fat Slags from the British humor magazine Viz, who not only suffered the recent debut of a lousy movie adaptation, but witnessed the resulting mercy killing of the feature by dismayed editors.

Quote of the Week
image"Honestly, I didn't really choose to use this style. It's just the way I draw. I pretty much find myself reading manga more than American comics so I suppose it's natural that I draw that way." -- 23-year-old artist, cartoonist and Slave Labor Graphics talent Christy Lijewski, who later describes herself as "an American comic artist who draws American comics," answers a question on her heavily manga-influenced art and provides a glimpse into the probable future.
 
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