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Kilroys Were Here

It's the day of the week when Joe McCulloch brings us all his guide to the Week in Comics!, with spotlight picks from Étienne Davodeau and Hiroaki Samura.

Meanwhile, elsewhere:

—Interviews & Profiles. At The Paris Review, Nicole Rudick has a typically great interview with the Zap cartoonist and poster artist Victor Moscoso. (And if you missed it, Nicole wrote about Zap for us earlier this year.)

And The Beat talks to Hope Larson about adapting Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time.

—News. The parent who initially complained about Gilbert Hernandez's Palomar being shelved at the Rio Rancho High School library is appealing the recent decision to retain the book.

—Reviews & Commentary. Sarah Horrocks wrote about Sam Alden's Hawaii 1997, and Berliac wrote another piece in response.

Hayley Campbell gives her time as a comic-shop employee the BuzzFeed treatment.

—Misc. Discussing his reading history with the Globe & Mail, novelist Tom McCarthy praises Hergé.


One Response to Kilroys Were Here

  1. Max West says:

    The Victor Moscoso interview is a fascinating read. As for the Rio Rancho censorship debate, let’s hope it doesn’t escalate further.

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