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Sneak peek video & photos: Deitch's Pictorama
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under videopreviewsnew releasesKim Deitch 8 Aug 2008 3:49 PM

Here's the next entry in our current batch of daily video and photo teasers of upcoming releases: Deitch's Pictorama, a unique and exciting book of "picto-fiction" by brothers Simon, Seth and Kim Deitch. Watch the video above, and take a closer look in our photo gallery. (Note that these images are of my own personal copy, so you'll see a signature and inscription on the Table of Contents page that aren't part of the printed book.)

Deitch's Pictorama by Kim, Seth and Simon Deitch

Sketchbook #74
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Ted Stearnart 8 Aug 2008 10:07 AM

Ted Stearn's "The Comics Industry As Metaphor":

Willie Nelson & the Moriaritys
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Pat Moriarity 8 Aug 2008 9:59 AM
This is the neatest story of the day. Jack Moriarity is the 8-year-old son of cartoonist Pat Moriarity, and Jack is something of a rock prodigy. He made his live debut this summer at a 4th of July BBQ and Pat threw a couple of the vids up on YouTubeOne was a cover of Willie Nelson's "A Peaceful Solution," which charmed the pants off of none other than Willie hisself. Pretty cool.
Woodring-Wide Web
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Jim Woodring 7 Aug 2008 10:26 PM

I stumbled across both these links today, and was going to include them in tomorrow's "Blogosphere roundup," but decided they deserve their own post: Woodring Simulacra is a blog compiling images of real-world "things that look like Jim Woodring made them up," and Jimland Novelties is a Flickr user who is posting images of an incredible collection of Woodring rarities and ephemera, with Jim's permission.

Jimland Novelties

FLOG vs. SLOG: It's On
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under The StrangereventsDavid B 7 Aug 2008 9:11 PM

Stranger boner

I just can't resist pointing out this editorial boo-boo by our pals over at The Stranger, mistakenly placing the graphic for next Wednesday's David B. event with today's item for the Museum of Bad Art on their SLOG blog. I'm trembling in mock outrage!

Sketchbook #73
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Charles Burnsart 7 Aug 2008 8:58 PM

Courtesy Charles Burns:

Sneak peek video & photos: Sammy the Mouse #2
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Zak Sallyvideopreviewsnew releases 7 Aug 2008 4:35 PM

Our latest batch of daily video and photo teasers of upcoming releases marches on with a look at the last of three releases in our Ignatz format due later this month: Sammy the Mouse #2 by Zak Sally (which some of you on the West Coast have been lucky enough to pick up at one of Zak's recent tour stops). Watch the video above, and take a closer look in our photo gallery.

Yoe on Inkstuds
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Craig Yoe 7 Aug 2008 4:03 PM
The master of all things Arf, Craig Yoe, joined the Inkstuds Radio Programme for a talk about his wide range of projects in the world of publishing. 
Vancouver Comic Art Show w/Deitch & More
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Kim Deitcheventsart 7 Aug 2008 10:32 AM

Free Bottomless Belly Button Excerpt
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Steve DitkoDash Shaw 7 Aug 2008 9:38 AM

The First Post has a free 12-page excerpt up of THE BOTTOMLESS BELLY BUTTON by Dash Shaw. 

By the way, Fanta has just gone back to press on BBB, which we're thrilled about. I was thinking this morning that the two artists we've published of late with perhaps the most "heat" at the moment are Dash Shaw and Steve Ditko. Which then reminded me of Dash's unpublished Dr. Strange strip (see below), and inevitably led me to one conclusion: that really, Marvel Comics should give Dr. Strange to Fantagraphics. Marvel doesn't know what the fuck to do with him. Give him to us and we'll start an ongoing Dr. Strange anthology with new work by Los Bros, Dash Shaw, Daniel Clowes, Kim Deitch, and other longtime Ditko fans, and include reprints of the classic Ditko Strange as well. Joe Quesada, it is your moral duty to make this happen.