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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.


Pulp finds today. This Flickr pool of pulp cover photos via Coudal via The Casual Optimist. And the work of Francesco Francavilla at Pulp Sunday via Kevin at the shop.


Word from the printer today with good news about the long-awaited first issue of New West; details later, but, in the meantime, download the (slightly revised) preview.


Unauthorized Valentine's present: the new Lulu Eightball collection by the awesome Emily Flake. Suppose I shoulda included the weekly strip in the top ten … I guess it's not technically a comic, that'll be my excuse.


Watching the opening ceremony for the Olympics last night … OK, who's with us: wouldn't Donald Sutherland make an awesome Elijah Snow?


Not much for New Year's resolutions, but for the past couple months I've been using TeuxDeux to help with the organization, especially the to-dos among locations.


Local author, and keeper of Santa Fe Literary News, James McGrath Morris will be kicking off the book tour for his new biography of Joseph Pulitzer tonight at Collected Works, and we'll be there.



In other news from awesome, Molly's book just arrived, Monica's reading it now.


From the time we first started following The Losers, it seemed like a movie waiting to happen — not that it seemed like a pitch/storyboard, like so many books now do. But it's on its way to becoming a movie; that poster and the trailer look pretty good, though it is lacking the graphic sensibility that Jock and Lee Loughridge brought that so helped define the feel of the book.

Time for a re-read.


"I think some of the reason Calvin and Hobbes still finds an audience today is because I chose not to run the wheels off it." The elusive Bill Watterson answers a few questions about Calvin and Hobbes. It's short, but it's a big deal to even get this much out of him. Via JWB.

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