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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.



An Interesting Comics-like Thing

Some of the conventions of comics in this hybrid story at the NYT. Via Andy.



Well, the Elbonians do, and look where it gets them.


They're Everywhere

"There's no such thing as a sea squirrel!"




A little reluctant to admit, have only read one Tony Hillerman mystery. I liked it well enough, understand his importance and appeal, but didn't need to go any further.

We finally (after years in the queue) got to the second (actually first, turns out we viewed out of order) Mystery adaptation of his novel.

And I have to say — I like the TV better. They're filled with more moments of nothing happening than something, and certainly more nothing than anything on TV now. The West is all about the negative space — the moments of stillness, of quiet, of nothing to look at — that make you appreciate what is there. Not without their flaws, but I think these adaptations capture that better than the novels, where there always has to be something filling up the pages.


Captain Haddock Model Sheet

Captain Haddock's model sheet.


Squirrel Power

"The lights go out when our electrical grid can find no way around this stuck hunk of dead weight that used to be a squirrel." Via Andy, this NYT piece is well worth one of your free reads.

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