On the site: Jog brings us the Week. I wish Jog did this for all my weekly intake: Food, entertainment, humans. Etc. And we’re pleased to re-present Bob Levin’s 2008 interview with S. Clay Wilson. A real TCJ highlight from the last handful of years. Also, Bob added the following note, which we should all pay attention to:
A few months after this interview took place, Wilson sustained disabling brain injuries requiring special care. Contributions maybe sent to Wilson’s Special Needs Trust, PO Box 14854, San Francisco, CA 94114.
[UPDATE FROM TIM: Here’s a link to the online home of the trust.]
Drawn & Quarterly’s Tom Devlin, Pascal Girard, Matt Forsythe visited a school in Montreal and Tom wrote up a typically entertaining report.
Hey, Kate Beaton has a great new comic up that is far into new territory.
Frank Young reports news about his David Lasky-drawn graphic novel that many of us will be excited about: “I just turned in the last color pages for our long-in-progress graphic novel Carter Family Comics: Don’t Forget This Song!”
Shit My New Yorker Cartoons Says continues apace, with a read through of this week’s issue.
-More of my deranged interest in E.R. Burroughs: A John Carter story maybe drawn by his son, John Coleman Burroughs.
-Apparently before it was scuttled the Akira movie produced some decent looking storyboards.
-I’ve never seen this very nice Howard Chaykin story from the 1970s…