It's Tuesday, and as usual, Joe McCulloch is here to give you a guided preview of tomorrow's best-sounding new comics releases.
—Interviews & Profiles. Michael Cavna at The Washington Post interviews 2015 NAACP History Maker Keith Knight.
—News. As you may have seen elsewhere, the American Library Association's annual list of the ten most-challenged books this year includes three works of comics: Satrapi's Persepolis, Vaughan & Staples's Saga, and Telgemeier's Drama.
—MoCCA. For those of you who like reading festival reports, here are a few early MoCCA ones from Heidi MacDonald, Conundrum Press, and Joe Ollmann.
—Reviews & Commentary. Joshua Glenn pays birthday tribute to Daniel Clowes.
Kenan Malik takes strong exception to the anti-Charlie Hebdo speech from Garry Trudeau.
Domingos Isabelinho writes about the Italian artist Stefano Ricci's La storia dell’Orso.
Ken Parille has "translated" an excerpt of an obscure academic text describing a certain kind of comic-book critic the supposed authors call "The Anti-Nostalgic."