August 30, 2016
Random Comics News Story Round-Up
* Sean Kleefeld on Imitation Game
. Tara Marie on Morning Glories
. Keith Silva on Enough Astronaut Blood To Last The Winter
* Garry Trudeau does a rare interview
-- they are still reasonably rare, despite his doing more of them these days -- with Michael Cavna of Comic Riffs
about the subject of his latest book: Donald Trump. Greg Hunter talks to Gilbert Hernandez
* here's a look
at the general publishing trends that come out of analyzing the staggering $100M Kickstarter.com participants have put into various publishing-related projects. The virtues of neglected work making it into print are discussed.
* go, look: Herriman dailies
, via Library Of American Comics.
* if I were in the big-magazine-about-comics business, there's a feature article out there to be written about festivals that aren't comics shows folding in comics elements
* here's a look at the community politics that sometimes swirls around a canceled mainstream title
. A system that relies on pre-orders is going to be rough
over the long-term, and in a creative sense already is.
* I wonder how I as a kid would have dealt with these Marvel teasers and the like. I think I would have liked them, but I'm not sure. This one made me laugh
, I'm not sure why.
* hey, Glen Baxter
* finally, this profile
of the character Cutthroat stops for a while to kidney-punch Arcade a few times. I heartily approve.
posted 5:05 pm PST
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