Monday, October 24, 2005


Check it out, crack writer Inara Verzemnieks did a nice long piece on Portland cartoonist Joe Sacco in this Sunday's paper. Unfortunately you can't see the pictures that went with it, unless there's some other link for that which I didn't see. She wrote a good overview of Mercury a while back, so we're big fans. Of Sacco too!

That was Parker. This is Lieber, with more news about cartoonists we like:

Over at her blog, Jane Irwin explains why Carla Speed McNeil's FINDER, is so damn good. And as you minght already know, FINDER is now a free webcomic. You have no excuse. Go. Read.

Steve Rolston will be taking over Phillip Bond's slot as artist on Brian K Vaughn's ongoing story in The Escapist. Read about it here, on Steve's blog. He begins with issue #8, which will also feature new work from Jeff Parker. If I'm not mistaken, this story will be the first color story on which Jeff did the complete job (writing, art, lettering and color) since The Interman.

Bone Sharps, Cowboys and Thunder Lizards got a nice review from Entertainment Weekly. Here's the writer/publisher Jim Ottaviani, conferring with Jeff Parker about something:

And finally, big congratulations are due to Gordon Purcell, who made it to the $50,000 level on who wants to be a millionaire.

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