Today on the site, big content week continues with a long interview that Gavin Lees conducted with the sui generis Scottish art team Metaphrog.
Also, Sean T. Collins reviews Prison Pit: Book Three, the latest release from our last interview subject, Johnny Ryan.
Elsewhere, Rob Clough presents his thoughts on the latest issue of Love and Rockets.
And David Brothers and Graeme McMillan offer the first two substantial reviews of Frank Miller's Holy Terror I've yet seen. They're both tremendously negative takes, but probably because of the book's subject matter, they avoid the yuk-yukking of most Miller-bashing. I expect a lot more of this kind of thing.
Also, interesting that this and Habibi are coming out on the same week, and so close after the tenth anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks. It's hard not to compare them as long-gestating responses to those events, even if they are only (in the case of Habibi) indirectly so.