Today we have Kristy Valenti's interview with Tom Neely, author, most recently, of The Wolf.
And elsewhere, Bill Kartalopolous writes about The Death-Ray in the context of comic book-based publishing and film. Also on the Bill K. front, he alerted us to this Dutch documentary on comics which features a rare look into Jerry Moriarty's studio. Speaking of legendary cartoonists, here's a typically fun post from Drew Friedman on his time with Jack Davis at The Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival. We'll have a recording of Gary Groth and Drew's conversation with Davis very soon. And more legends ... Mike Lynch posted a bunch of Jerry Robinson-centric articles from the National Cartoonists Society newsletter.
In newer things news, there's now a complete look online at Brian Chippendale and Jungil Hong's current exhibition in Providence. And Deb Aoki previews her 25 most anticipated manga titles of 2012.