Item: Toronto retailer Chris Butcher reacts to the news of a new manga line from Fantagraphics.
Item: Speaking of manga, one of Canada’s two manga publishers, D+Q, has a preview of their new/old Tatsumi graphic novel Black Blizzard.
Item: Silver Snail employee, comics writer, and Wordburglar Sean Jordan talks to Living Between Wednesdays about one of my favourite 1970s characters, Marvel’s Tigra.
Item: A profile of the Boychuks –the brothers behind The Chuckle Bros syndicated comic strip.
Item: Students grapple with moral question of Watchmen [no, the question isn’t “Is this the worst movie ever?”].
Item: Policart Aislin hasn’t been controversial for awhile. Now he’s in hot water over a Montreal Gazette cartoon depicting a woman wearing a Niqab.
Item: There are probably whole sites devoted to comic book film hype, but this report of a Warren Ellis-based Bruce Willis film is sort of in my backyard.
Item: Paul Rivoche interview by Jeffery Klaehn, author and cultural commentator.