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January 14, 2015

Random Comics News Story Round-Up

* a new Frank Santoro correspondence course starts today. I don't know if there's still time to get on board but I know a few cartoonists who have spoken very highly of that experience.

image* Johanna Draper Carlson on Street View.

* check out this lovely Richard Sala preview. You can't tell me that guy hasn't become a more effective artist over the years, and he started at a very high level.

* there's a nice profile here of Tom Devlin and Drawn and Quarterly from the Montreal Gazette.

* one nice bit of news that got lost in last week's horrors is that Tom Gauld reopened his store. I'm a big fan of Gauld's work, and I think it's suited to a lot of different uses.

* Nate Powell girds himself for the March Book Two release and flurry of events. I think that book is a much more harrowing read than the first one.

* it's always fun to look at Chris Schweizer's character designs.

* it's a better world for having Kevin Huizenga's comics in it.

* Simon Gane draws Franquin's great Gaston LaGaffe. Jillian Tamaki shows us how comics are made.

* totally missed this summary report from Roger Langridge on his 2014.

* finally, I missed the final outcome of Zak Sally possibly putting his latest issue of Recidivist on-line.
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