On the site today:
Michael Dean has a report on the news of sudden closure of the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art's Soho location. And Craig Fischer brings us video arguments for the Jack Kirby family. Something to keep in mind as the megalith of Comic-Con rumbles to life. And Sean T. Collins reviews the first issue of Gilbert Hernandez's new series, Fatima the Blood Spinners.
-Kevin Huizenga, whose Gloriana (one of the all-time great comics) was recently reissued in hardcover, is interviewed at the AV Club and PW.
-Here's a guide to the Love & Rockets 30th anniversary celebrations at Comic-Con.
-TCJ-contributor Sean T. Collins has a cartoon collaboration with Jonny Negron over at Studygroup.
-I've enjoyed comics by lots of these people, so this Oily Comics subscription seems like a good deal.
-Huh, Peter Milligan and Brendan McCarthy briefly had a comic strip in 1987.
-Finally, here's a mess of Edgar Rice Burroughs covers, just because.