November Rain – This Week’s Links

Nobody is ever going to fix my roof; water is just going to keep dripping in until the rainy season passes. Luckily, the supply chain has not disrupted the delivery of these links – digital insulation to warm your soul.


Journey Into Marvel/Disney’s Copyright Wars

Michael Dean reports on the recent legal efforts of individuals, heirs and estates to pursue copyright terminations for Marvel superhero characters, and share in the mammoth profits generated by the properties those creators made possible.


Born Slippy – This Weeks Links

You walk through the streets, confident–but do they know something you don’t? Their faces seem writ with knowledge, their eyes, round with whimsy. Oh no: you haven’t read your weekly Clark yet! How will you keep up in this Golden Age of Sequential Art, without his trusty hand to guide you towards the last week that comics saw? Never fear, friend. His hand is reaching out. Won’t you take it?

Trip Report – Chicago Comics: 1960s to Now

Artist and educator Anya Davidson visits a new exhibition of Chicago cartoonists at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, spanning over half a century of history. Features dozens of pictures, an interview with co-curator Dan Nadel, and a visit to an alternative exhibition at the DIY space Gridsport.

The 2020 Report: Day Seven – Finale

Abhay concludes his series on sexual harassment in comics, examines his personal history writing about these subjects, considers some of the possible ways that things can and are changing for the better, and then walks out of the building, with the microphone left dead on the stage behind him.

The 2020 Report: Day Six

Today, Abhay is looking at two men with a history of allegations going back multiple years: Charles Brownstein & Scott Allie. What changed in 2020?

The 2020 Report: Day Five

Today, Abhay is looking the stories surrounding Jason Latour, Scott Lobdell and others, as well as the convention bar scene that often surrounds these stories.