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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.


"Tagged dracula hates twilight."



Jamie's MYX is one of the inaugural Midnight Fiction Favorites.


Marc notes, "sounds like a cover story."


Cartoons about branding at PulpBranding. Found while looking through the archives at Brand New for inspiration.


Digging through couple-week-old notes to myself: this interview with Brian Huskey, formerly of those Sonic commercials we're so fond of at Squirrel Central (and we're not the only ones).

We miss you in those Sonic commercials.

(I'm still offering a bounty for a video of that Valentine's one, "oh, the darkness....')


Traveling last week, so that's why there were even fewer posts than usual. While we were away, Richard Thompson noted the launch of a new comic strip by DC-area humorist Gene Weingarten.


NYC's Squirrel Whisperer.


Met and visited with illustrator Kate Sherron at the con, who was doing drawings while talking about her webcomic. Couldn't resist the Anubis and Abernathy illustration — and then she was good enough to create this amazing pinup for the next volume of RBS.


One of the highlights of the Phoenix Comicon was getting to see Doc again — and, finally, got to spend an evening out with him and Joedy. They led us to Hanny's, a '40s-era department store remodeled into a hip, beautiful, restaurant where, though our scruffy convention-going group didn't quite match the atmosphere, we were made very welcome. And that Maple Hook Manhattan with a touch of maple syrup ....

Update: mix your own.
A break from trying to assemble more post-con posts: Paul Cornell interviewed over at Pink Raygun.


Because of our location, the con was trying at times — but our neighbors John and Melissa, David, and Jolene helped make up for it with their good humor and company.

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