Some views and voices…we’re only gonna do this for a few days, don’t worry. We’ll be back at SBM on Friday am. § Brian Heater got to interview everyone from The Mighty Boosh to Seth to Stan Lee: He’s genuinely funny and warm during our interview, and while he doesn’t seem to precisely grasp the […]
Archives for July 2009
Brigid Alverson talks to the new Girlamatic editor Diana McQueen
Sometimes it’s hard to tell whether an internet feud is just an excuse to type or lot or a manifestation of an actual conflict. We’d kind of decided that the Con-vs-Twlight feud was halfway a work, but on the floor we heard enough anecdotal evidence and passing references to decide that the Twilighters are, in […]
As only he can do it…
We would plug in to this idea! Call us nuts.
Okay, a very brief linkage of some of the points of interest we saw during yesterday’s recovery time: § Douglas Wolk reviewed >ASTERIOS POLYP for the NY Times, in a review Scott McCloud deemed “insightful.” § This Booth Babe business is pretty annoying. § Here’s that letter by Chuck Rozanski everyone is talking about. § […]
How much work did the Lost brain trust put into their (last?) Comic-Con panel presentation? A lot, according to an article in today’s NYT. “Is it too late for when Carlton and I come out onstage for there to be giant towers of flames?” Mr. Lindelof said (mostly) facetiously. Tip of the hat to Peter […]
Posted by Evie Mile High Comics’ Chuck Rozanski appears to be the first out of the gate with the annual “where are the comics at Comic Con?” lament, and Val D’Orazio has a further discussion. My personal flash-assessment, having not been there this year but having gone in the past and following the news from […]
Via an unnamed correspondent, apparently the Becky Cloonan/Amy Reeder Hadley feud errupted in VIOLENCE over the weekend. Sad that comics have come to this.
We’ll have our big long meditation on Comic-Con and What It Means tomorrow or (more likely) Wednesday am, but in the meantime, Sunday wrapped up with FAR MORE crowded floors than Saturday, and reports of mixed sales, fewer costumes, and the same “It was brutal but it was great!” vibe from 97 percent of the […]