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Get to Work

It’s day three of Leslie Stein’s week at the wheel of A Cartoonist’s Diary. Mike Dawson’s TCJ Talkies returns, and Sammy the Mouse creator and La Mano honcho Zak Sally is taking questions. And finally, Chris Mautner reviews the other Carl Barks collection from this winter.

Elsewhere, it’s SOPA Blackout Day, as many of you may be vaguely aware. Here’s a basic link explaining some of what’s going on.

Cartoonist Zack Soto and former TCJ editor Milo George just took their new Study Group magazine online, and it looks very promising.

Evie Nagy reviews Tarpé Mills’s Miss Fury at the L.A. Review of Books.

Annie Nocenti gets the HiLobrow tribute treatment.

Judge Dredd artist Brett Ewins has reportedly been injured and arrested after an encounter with police. (via)

The BBC Channel 4 followed Alan Moore to Occupy London to meet protestors wearing the V for Vendetta mask:

And Inkstuds has posted its newest video interview, this time with David Lasky:


3 Responses to Get to Work

  1. Paul Slade says:

    Small correction: the Alan Moore film wasn’t the BBC’s work, it was Channel 4’s. That’s an independent TV channel here in the UK, and nothing to do with the Beeb.

  2. Tim Hodler says:

    Thanks.

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