We hope our North American readers enjoyed Labor Day, and that those of you overseas didn't mind too much the day off from comics reportage and criticism. We're back with Joe McCulloch and his weekly column—this time shining a spotlight on the immortal (so I'm told) Jack T. Chick.
Elsewhere on the internet:
—As Heidi MacDonald caught, WNYC has been posting audio from the 1954 Senate hearings on comic books and their purported links to juvenile delinquency. It's in two parts.
—Continuations & Conclusions. The second part of the Brandon Graham interview Dan linked to last week is now up, as our parts two and three of John Porcellino's materials & process posts.
—Journal columnist Jared Gardner has reviewed Joe Sacco's Journalism, and (via Tom Spurgeon) the secret origin of another Journal columnist, Charles Hatfield, was recently revealed by his brother Scott, in two blog posts.
—Matthias Wivel writes on recent David B.
—The Guardian has the first review of Charles Burns's The Hive I've seen in the wild.
—Gabrielle Bell appeared on a comedy podcast.
—Andrew Rilstone overthinks Superman as only he can.
—The Sean Howe Marvel Tumblr is the gift that keeps on giving.