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Links: Archie is everywhere!

At Comic Book Resources, Alex Dueben talks to Derek Kirk Kim and Gene Luen Yang about working together on The Eternal Smile. And does a video interview with Gene. (Via Journalista.) Tim O’Shea talks to Swallow Me Whole creator Nate Powell at Robot 6. Comics folks know Chris Arrant as someone who writes about […]

Review: Dracula Madness

To be honest, I read this title a while ago, and set it aside to review for when I was caught up with my life.  And while I’m still catching up, I actually felt compelled to finally put up this review after watching my 8-year-old niece read this aloud to her 6-year-old sister.  My one […]

Reviews: Squirrelly Gray and YAM: Bite-Sized Chunks

Nick Magazine was one of the last kid-friendly serials to feature comics—in fact, every issue contained a special section showcasing work by some of the industry’s most creative minds. Unfortunately, Viacom just announced that it would be pulling the plug on Nick. As Joe Flint of the LA Times observed, Nickelodeon’s website had rapidly eclipsed […]

All ages comics and manga for 6/3/09

It’s another good week for kid’s comics.  Boom! Studios has done a second printing of their Incredibles #1, just in case you missed out the first time.  Drawn & Quarterly releases volume 4 of Moomin Complete in hardback, and First Second’s Tiny Tyrant makes it to the direct market this week.  And for the young […]

Hot Fall Graphic Novels for Libraries at BEA

For those of you who haven’t had the chance to attend a book industry trade show, a Buzz Panel is when a bunch of publisher representatives gather together to present to the masses the books they feel are the very best their publishing houses have to offer in the coming season.  They can be fun, […]

Links: Creators and mythology

There’s some great fresh content up at Graphic Novel Reporter this week: John Hogan talks to Udon’s Jim Zubkavich about the new Udon Kids manga line, Jimmy Gownley about the award-winning Amelia Rules, and Eric Wight about his new chapter book-graphic novel hybrid Frankie Pickle and the Closet of Doom. Also, GNR picks the hottest […]