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You never call! Maybe you should instead? Seriously, we'd love to know what you think about RBS.


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.


Redesigned Washington Post Web site today. It's not major, but I think it's an improvement. I'm just happy that Richard's Poor Almanac has found a permanent home on the Style page. Seeing as how a search on the Post's own site wouldn't even turn it up.

They're saying complimentary things, but also setting their expectations high at the Indy Comic Review review of Death, Cold As Steel.


Kinda ambivalent, for a number of reasons, about seeing 300 — but this review makes me want to go catch it now.


During a discussion over at the DCC group, one of the members pointed to this article — perhaps a bit dated already, but with some valid points.



Danny stepped up and made this contribution on behalf of all New Mexico to Izzy's 50 States Jam.

Some (wry, knowing) laughs to be had over at Kruskopf Coontz's site, under "Fun Stuff" and then "B.S. Central." Also: they did ads for The Body "The Governor" Ventura. Via Adrants.


Pluralizing words that end in "s," no more apostrophes in DVDs, and maybe a plausible story about why newspapers traditionally eschew the serial comma as the NYT's Director of Copy Desks answers questions.


Pete and I have been working over the past week — and now the 7000 BC galleries at ComicSpace are open, with work from a bunch of members.


"All in all, an unforgettable read, with an addictive story and highly enjoyable art." The Broken Frontier review of Los Alamos.




Decaf, a jam comic made by 7000 BC at our meeting yesterday.


Mostly through the quarterly business trip — posting will resume when I return.


Not that anyone asked, but here are the webcomics that, at the end of every week, I load up and read: Girls With Slingshots, Maakies, Ig City, Lulu Eightball, and Bob the Angry Flower


Marc's got some awfully nice things to say about RBS. In all fairness, I should note that, as a talented creator and artist, he contributed to Los Alamos and is already working on some stuff for Squirrel Tales. But I'm just really happy when someone takes notice of what I'm not doing.


"He kept live squirrels. The evidence, though powerful, is circumstantial." A look at the real-life (Pulitzer Prize-nominated) cartoonist whose obsession is discovering the Zodiac killer.

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