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June 4, 2008

Random Comics News Story Round-Up

* this feels potentially important: Dilbert will be animated five days a week.

* does this make anyone else feel old?

image* the cartoonist Adrian Tomine covers The New Yorker and its fiction issue. I like the gag. Here's a round-up of his covers for that issue.

* I missed this Lynda Barry interview on NPR's Talk of the Nation.

* the cartoonist William Messner-Loebs talks about a new gig lined up for him by the Hero Initiative.

* the Chester Gould -- Dick Tracy Museum is now closed.

* the writer Matt Maxwell discusses his BEA experience.

* Trump has ended up at Dark Horse.

* yeah, I'm glad I don't work for a comics publishing company.

* speaking of which, anyone that called Ian Brill "a blogger made good" because he moved into an editorial position at a comics company needs to be punched in the face.

* Editor & Publisher talks about Dan Piraro's efforts to get people to sign a petition against horse-drawn carriages in New York City.

* finally, Mike Manley expands on his convention report by suggesting that it's a cosplay world, and we're just selling comics once or twice a month near it.
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