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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.


I'm with the commenter, I don't see it. But I'm duty-bound to report all squirrel news.


"They know that the story is the original killer app." Joel Achenbach on the dying art of long narrative.

Coming from a good writer in a newspaper, it can be come across as a bit of wishful thinking, that thing about how Tweets and blogs can't take the place of novels. But he's spelling out the problem that's been confounding me: "Šobviously there will be little of value to aggregate if only rich people and dilettantes can afford to type up their thoughts."


A couple days late, but Squirrel Central favorite Ryan Dunlavey has got some daily comics takes on superhero comics. Some, more successful than others (and some I don't get); that Family Circus unfortunately nails its "humor," but the art's so great, I want to see a comic of that. Favorite = The Far Side.


" 'You know every time I think of your artwork, the first thought that comes to mind is huge shoulder pads.' We are not kidding. Stan Lee actually says this." Chris watches the lost Rob Liefeld interview and annotates it, so you don't have to.


So, will Sugarshock make it onto my Top Ten for this year? Yes.


It wasn't just me — Monica's first reaction upon seeing this DJ Hero trailer was "Run, Makita, Run."


More on art looting. This time, Peru and the residents who are doing something about it. I've started on his book already.


FallCon this weekend! We'd hoped to make it out to St. Paul this year to participate, but it didn't come together … but if you're in the Twin Cities, stop on by to support the folks from the Cartoonist Conspiracy and check out the show. We went as attendees last year, and it's a great time.


OK, absolutely nothing comics-like here, but Regretsy has caused both of us, on separate occasions, to start laughing so hard we couldn't breathe.


24 Hour Comics Day 2009 starts in Albuquerque in a couple hours; we're not able to participate this year, but Chuck will be blogging at 24 Hours from New Mexico and at the official site, where participants from around the world will be tracking their progress.

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