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Occasional posts from (usually) Bram and (sometimes) Monica about comics in general, this comic in particular, art, design, publishing, visual culture, and far, far too many things about actual squirrels.


The American Society of Magazine Editors has announced the top 40 magazine covers of the last 40 years. Unfortunately, the cover gallery gives no art direction or photography credits.


Hey, the ol' alma mater's kind of the butt of a joke over at Doonesbury today.


Via AJ, the Beeb has selected the best wildlife photo of the year. What I love most about it is that it could be a brush and ink illustration.


Unfortunately, the whole squirrels on crack thing is still unconfirmed.


OK, literally just finished reading the first Gotham Central trade In the Line of Duty. Yeah, yeah, mainstream, DC, &c. To that I say, Brubaker and Rucka. Artwork reminiscent of Year One. And a whole story and feel that takes me back to Homicide, which I still think was pretty much the best show on television.


Before he retired from Calvin and Hobbes, Bill Watterson shared his thoughts on the past successes — and current failings — of newspaper comics.


There's an interview with Matt and some images from our old cohorts at the DC Conspiracy at Equal Footing. Keep an eye out for the upcoming women of comics issue . . .
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Revolutionary book designer and comic book-book writing Chip Kidd has a new book showcasing a two decades of the work that pretty much reinvented book cover design.


Of course we made it out to Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit for opening weekend. Of course we loved it (though I'll always prefer The Wrong Trousers. Aardman's box-office winning weekend was unfortunately tempered by some bad news.


My old hometown museum is now encouraging everyone to be a Surrealist. Don't judge them too harshly. I spent many hours getting lost among their collection in my youth, and I still fondly recall visiting one of my favorite paintings. (OK, I was going to insert a link to Max Ernst's "Europe After the Deluge," which the Wadsworth's abysmal search engine will not turn up in their own collection; maybe they do deserve the grief).


On the occasion of the release of a new, comprehensive Calvin and Hobbes book, The Washington Post gets nostalgic.


Build your own newspaper comics page, courtesy of The Houston Chronicle.

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