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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.


Jamie's MYX #4 gets a good review over at Midnight Fiction today.


A pretty awesome page at Kate's 1322 Knob Lick Lane today (warning: a bad word).

And, if you're like me and the name sounds familiar but you don't know, here you go.


Why did Raph hold out on Brave and the Bold: The Lost Issues for so long? Who can say, but he didn't let me know about it until the end of the alphabet … which, as it turns out was the countdown to the end. And its rebirth as Marvel Two-in-One: The Lost Issues. Both, just way, way too much fun.


Take a few minutes and play the slideshow of this Flickr set of Edward Gorey book covers. Pretty amazing, style and subject ranging from what you'd expect from him to some surprises (including a few purely typographic). Via Lines and Colors.


An unexpected story of unearthed "degenerate" art. Via Shirl.


Y'know, Friday night, after reading Batman and Robin #16 for the second time that evening, I was plagued with nightmares of Batman. Not any adventure, not being menaced — nightmares of being a reader trying to figure out the whole tale Morrison's telling. True story.


Two of my favorite liberal elites: Chip Kidd interviews Gary Trudeau. I grew up reading Doonesbury, a coup when I moved out was making off with my parents' books. I teared up when I read the B.D. storyline, it was like someone I knew, and I think what he's done from there is some of the best. There may be flighty moments, sometimes the political satire comes up short, but what he's doing is unequaled — and will be — in daily comics.


Even better? I dunno, there's a little too much that's not pumpkin for the purist in me.

Anyway, more Star Wars love, via Lines and Colors.

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