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What Goes On

Joe McCulloch brings you another edition of his column, the only weekly comics buying guide that matters.

Kim Thompson explains the back story behind that mysterious photo comic from last week. It involves a very young Mark Gruenwald.

Another interview with Maurice Sendak, this time at the New York Times.

Matt Seneca innovates a new way to perform criticism online, starting a site just to demonstrate what he means for this dissection of a short Jerry Moriarty piece.

Stephen Bissette writes a follow-up post to his recent essay on not wanting to draw your graphic novel.

And this is old, but new to me: Kim Munson has posted the three Sundays of Lil’ Abner in which Al Capp parodied Charles Schulz’s Peanuts. (via)


One Response to What Goes On

  1. A.Lipp says:

    Sorry to be an obnoxious stickler for grammar, but “…innovates a new way to…” is redundant. You might alternatively substitute “innovates” for “invents” or simply write “…innovates online criticism”.

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