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§ Bookforum spotlights GRAPHIC NOVELS, the hottest thing going!
Chris Ware on Rodolphe Topffer
J. Hoberman on Kirby (Actualy link is wrong. Anyone got the correct one?)
Nicole Rudick on Rocketship

§ Larry Young write to remind us it’s the 9th anniversary of the release ASTRONAUTS IN TROUBLE: LIVE FROM THE MOON #1, making it AIT/PlanetLar’s 9th birthday. Congrats, Larry and Mimi!

§ Dan Goldman goes to SXSWi , the interactive part of South by Southwest, the indie music fest .

§ Brian Wood goes to Splat! Graphic Novel Symposium

§ Toon Zone interview Steve Purcell.

§ Spot the cartooners in this wedding announcement

Megan Crane, a daughter of Anne G. Crane and Thomas R. Crane Jr. of Ridgewood, N.J., was married yesterday to Jeffrey Shane Johnson, a son of Karen Wood of Kihei, Hawaii, on the island of Maui. Daniel Panosian, who became a Universal Life minister for this event, officiated at the Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort and Spa in Dana Point, Calif. Mr. Panosian’s wife, Elena, who also became a Universal Life minister, participated.


§ NPR talks about Catwoman. Listen in the link.

Catwoman ranks No. 51 on the 100 Greatest Villains of All Time list from Wizard Magazine. And no wonder: Her hisses — and purrs — have made her a symbol of feminine power.

§ Pilipino Komiksof the 20s by Fernando Amorsolo and Jorge Pineda. The above is by Pineda.

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  1. That ToonZone interview was great, but why in God’s name did they guy ask Purcell over and over again what Max is? He’s a psychotic bunny rabbit…it’s not rocket science.

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