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October 12, 2015


Random Comics News Story Round-Up

* Francois Walthéry has won this year's Grand Prix St. Michel; looks like that one's been given away for several decades now.

image* Rob Clough on Super Cakes.

* I enjoyed this rambling conversation about the pain-in-the-butt qualities of having to draw on blank comics covers. The list of weird things that comics-makers are routinely expected to do always kills me.

* go, look: work by Serafine Frey.

* Bruce Canwell talks to John Romita Sr. and writes about talking to John Romita Sr.

* not comics: folks keep recommending this to me.

* Rory Frances talks to Austin Holcomb. Anna March Bendixen talks to John Porcellino.

* not sure how this article about Train World got into my bookmarks, but I'm glad it did. I could spend a couple of days looking art the way cartoonists have depicted trains and that would be a totally acceptable 48 hours.

* David Press on a page from the last Waid/Samnee Daredevil. I like focused reviews.

* don't think I'd seen this illustration of Groucho Marx by Joost Swarte.

* Riley Rossmo would like to tell you about The Winter Men. That's a hole in my own reading, to be honest with you.

* finally, Corey Blake talks to Rick Lowell about his mighty Casablanca Comics.
 
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