Joe McCulloch offers his usual take on the week in comics, with a bonus mini-essay on Phoebe Gloeckner.
Rob Clough reviewed the latest Jason (& Fabien Vehlmann) book, Isle of 100,000 Graves. This is a really fun story, and personally, I liked it as much as any other Jason I've read.
Department of historical oddities: An Alan Moore/Fantagraphics comic book that never happened.
Jordan Crane's Last Lonely Saturday has been made into a short film.
Paul Gravett writes about war comics, British and Canadian.
Some of you may remember the Australian tabloid story linked to here last week, in which a controversy was manufactured regarding an upcoming visit by Robert Crumb. Because of that story, the cartoonist has cancelled his appearance. [UPDATE: Tom Spurgeon has additional information here. This is a Spurgeon-heavy post today! It is good to have him back.]
Luc Sante once wanted to be a cartoonist? Who knew?
The A.V. Club tours the house where Siegel and Shuster created Superman.
Christopher Allen reviews the new issue of the Comics Journal.