Saturday, November 06, 2004

Saturday night linkblogging 

I missed this somehow: Fourth Rail recently posted a review of Family Reunion, a mini comic written by Sean Stewart and drawn by me. YAnd now, thanks to the magic of "jpegs," you can read it online for free. It's all here. (For you print junkies, you can buy a hard copy there, too. I think they're asking cost one dollar, so check under the couch cushions and see if you can afford it.)

Speaking of Sean, he just wrapped up something that got a lot of attention. You can read more about it here.

Via Boing Boing I saw this review of a debut graphic novel from an Indian cartoonist named Sarnath Banerjee. Sounds worth a look.

Drew gets respect: From a review of "Down to Earth" in Booklist Magazine, October 15, 2004:
"...penciler Drew Johnson's portrayal captures the superheroine's grace
and divinity within smooth and appealing narrative drawing."

"Together, Purvis and Ottaviani's portrait of Bohr reveals a deeply principled, humble man who could be as playful (using spinning tops and ping pong balls for inspiration) as he could be serious minded."
This is exciting: Time.com reviews Jim Ottaviani and Leland Purvis'sSuspended in Language.

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