Some quick links.
Item: Dinosaur Comics’ Ryan North talks internet woes with the Globe and Mail.
Item: Ed Brisson notes that there will be no Vancouver Comics Jam in July.
Item: Walrus comics blogger Sean Rogers talks about David Mazzucchelli.
Item: Robert Fulford writes about Harvey Kurtzman and Mad for the Post.
Item: Seth tells us why George Sprott will be one of Amazon’s best books of 2009.
Item: The Wizard Toronto comic convention has a new logo.
Item: Iranian-Canadian policart Nik Kowsar talks to the Washington Post about his experiences on the wrong side of the law in Iran.
Item: In case you missed yesterday’s Summer Reading entry, the big (old) news is that Les 400 Coups has started a new imprint for genre comics/bd, entitled Rotor.
Item: Montreal weekly The Hour reviewed Adrian Tomine’s 32 Stories and Shortcomings published by D&Q