Okay, still catching up a bit on links, so there's plenty of reading here...
Sean T. Collins pops in today with a review of Brian Ralph's post-apocalyptic Daybreak.
Emily Nilsson, Virginia Paine, and Tom Neely plan to continue Sparkplug Books.
Eddie Campbell on how to draw women's feet the Frank Frazetta and Craig Thompson way.
Gary Groth talks to the L.A. Times's Geoff Boucher about the upcoming Carl Barks reprints.
Nicole Rudick interviews Kate Beaton for the online Paris Review.
Art Spiegelman is interviewed about future publishing technologies in regard his new MetaMaus by Brian Heater at Publishers Weekly.
Milo George points out a fun old Lynda Barry interview on YouTube.
I don't think Dan posted this last week, but if he did, no harm done repeating it, I guess: Inkstuds has gone video, and Brandon Graham is the first guest.
James Jarvis (of De Profundis) is doing a guest blog at PictureBox this week.
If I told you that a fan had recently been arrested for attempting to reenact scenes from a comic book, would you immediately think I must mean Chester Brown's Paying for It?
I think I got this from Abhay Khosla: A good discussion of Hergé's drawing techniques is on Quora.