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(Katherine M. Hill) writes an appreciation of "The Ladies of Winsome Icarus " Love and Rockets
would like to see Daniel Clowes's The A.V. Club (and Like a Velvet Glove Cast in Iron Ware's Jimmy Corrigan, and Burns's Black Hole, and 21 other comics) adapted into a movie
Jog previews by Mort Walker & Jerry Dumas (amongst other of this week's releases) Sam's Strip: The Comic About Comics
reports from the "25 Years of Comic Book Resources Usagi Yojimbo" panel at Wondercon
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, Boody. The Bizarre Comics of Boody Rogers posts a couple of Sparky Watts backup stories Pappy's Golden Age Comic Blogzine
Daily links: 3/2/09
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under The Comics Journal, Ted Stearn, Supermen, reviews, Mome, Michael Kupperman, Jules Feiffer, Johnny Ryan, Ivan Brunetti, Hernán Migoya, Derek Van Gieson, Boody Rogers, Basil Wolverton
2 Mar 2009 1:45 PM
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teased it; now read the of New York Times Book Review review Supermen!
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gives Mania an "A" (last item on the page) The Wolverton Bible
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, Rick Klaw says The SF Site is "amazing" (see sidebar) The Wolverton Bible
says Graphic Novel Reporter by Ted Stearn is "a joy to read" (and favorably compares it to Fuzz & Pluck: Splitsville Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)
examines "the genius" of The Quarterly Conversation Fuzz & Pluck: Splitsville
Sean T. Collins has a bone to pick with Mome Vol. 13
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, Tim O'Shea praises Robot 6's periodic "What Are You Reading?" column Boody: The Bizarre Comics of Boody Rogers
also features Boing Boing Boody
• Interview: I feel like maybe I've seen
this with Bookslut interview Ivan Brunetti before, but it popped up in my search feeds today so here it is
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A recent batch of commissioned artwork by Johnny Ryan
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On the , Covered blog Derek Van Gieson does New Mutants #37
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contributor Mome Hernán Migoya keeps a blog; his post about his is a good place to start Mome appearance
Mike Sterling quotes and comments on some classified ads from the July 1981 issue of The Comics Journal
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The takes a loving look at Fort Worth Business Press Humbug
finds "a lot to love" in the pages of The Daily Cross Hatch Boody. The Bizarre Comics of Boody Rogers
says that The Lighthouse Keeper's Cat by Camille Rose Garcia is "a great graphic novel" The Magic Bottle
Jog takes you story-by-story through Supermen!
is somewhat overcome by the arrival of The Comics Reporter Humbug
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Hopey Glass is in Montreal, posting on Craigslist (via ) The Beat
Daily links: 2/23/09
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Supermen, reviews, Popeye, Peter Bagge, Peanuts, Mort Walker, Mome, Mark Kalesniko, Love and Rockets, Los Bros Hernandez, Johnny Ryan, Jerry Dumas, Jaime Hernandez, Humbug, Hernán Migoya, Frank Thorne, Fantagraphics Bookstore, Derek Van Gieson, Dash Shaw, Daniel Clowes, Boody Rogers, Beasts
23 Feb 2009 2:38 PM
gives Comic Book Resources 4 out of 5 stars and calls it "a must for any fans of comic strips" Sam's Strip
takes on Comics Worth Reading Supermen!
Rob Clough examines Mome Vol. 13
checks out Parka Blogs Beasts! Book 2
Paul Gravett examines (and recommends) the work of Mark Kalesniko in an article which also appears in Comics International
Jared Axelrod, applying his "10 Rules of Quality Superhero Fiction," declares Jaime Hernandez's story in "one of the best superhero comics of the past year" Love and Rockets: New Stories #1
John Whitlock recommends our books Popeye
(a.k.a. Rick Klaw) previews The Geek Curmudgeon , Humbug and Boody Supermen!
(a.k.a. Russ Kick) also previews Books Are People, Too Humbug
Rod McKie describes how comics by Daniel Clowes, Peter Bagge and the Hernandez Brothers helped him get through a health crisis
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On his blog, Derek Van Gieson previews his work in the just-released (and keep exploring for a teaser of Mome Vol. 14 Mome Vol. 15)
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On his blog, Dash Shaw presents a ex libris plate he created for French comics shop Super Heros (you may also have seen Jason Miles's photo of Dash at Super Heros Bottomless Belly Button here on Flog recently)
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presents a blast from future past, Boing Boing Gadgets Frank Thorne style
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Now available for preview and pre-order:
, the first-ever collection of Golden Age comic-book visionary Boody Rogers's wacky, weird, wild and sexy yarns, culled from the pages of such forgotten classics as Boody. The Bizarre Comics of Boody Rogers Babe, Darling of the Hills and Sparky Watts. This book is scheduled to be in stock in late February or early March and in stores approximately 4 weeks later.
View a photo & video slideshow preview embedded here.
Click here if it is not visible, and/or to view it larger in a new window (recommended). And visit the product details page for a downloadable, 12-page PDF preview containing an entire Sparky Watts story!
Daily links: 1/5/09
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Simon Deitch, Roger Langridge, Robert Pollard, reviews, Popeye, Peanuts, Mome, Michael Kupperman, Lilli Carré, Kim Deitch, Kevin Huizenga, Johnny Ryan, Jaime Hernandez, Debbie Drechsler, Dash Shaw, Craig Yoe, Boody Rogers, Bob Fingerman, Beasts
5 Jan 2009 12:39 PM
Michael C. Lorah's "Top Eleven: Best of 2008" at includes Newsarama by Jaime Hernandez and The Education of Hopey Glass by the brothers Deitch Deitch's Pictorama
Jog's "Twenty 'Hot Ones' from 2008" best-of list: (#18), Mome Vol. 12 by Johnny Ryan (#9), and Angry Youth Comix #14 by Kevin Huizenga (#7) Ganges #2
which include Tom Bondurant's choice of Comic Book Resources' new multi-author blog Robot 6 presents their "favorite comics of 2008," by Dash Shaw; Chris Mautner giving Bottomless Belly Button by E.C. Segar the top spot; and Tim O'Shea including Popeye Vol. 3: "Let's You and Him Fight!" by Lilli Carré and The Lagoon by Debbie Drechsler Daddy's Girl
places "the comics of The Oklahoman's "top 10 periodical comic book series of 2008" Kevin Huizenga" at #4
In their "Bull Tongue" column for , Thurston Moore & Byron Coley check out Arthur Magazine by Robert Pollard and declare it "stunning" Town of Mirrors
talks to Newsarama Craig Yoe about Boody Rogers and our upcoming Yoe-edited collection of Rogers's work, Boody: The Bizarre Comics of Boody Rogers
spotlights the comics of Comic Book Resources' "Comics Should Be Good" Michael " Tales Designed to Thrizzle" Kupperman
looks at LIT MOB by Lilli Carré The Lagoon
The Northwest Science Fiction Society takes note of Beasts! Book 2
presents part 2 of their 3-part interview with The Daily Cross Hatch Bob Fingerman
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here's Roger Langridge
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According to , " Boing Boing snoopy" is the 192nd worst password of all time (beating out " buddy" but just behind " chester")
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under previews, new releases, Boody Rogers
24 Nov 2008 12:22 PM
Cover design by Jacob Covey. Lettering by Eric Reynolds. Coming next year.
While going through some of Craig Yoe's comic books here at the office I came across a particularly great example of the old pulp coloring. Why they didn't bother to just build the entirety of the suit's black color with cyan I don't know... (That's a Boody Rogers comic page.)
UPDATE: "Jacob, Man, you and Frank Santoro should have a blog where you just say stuff that doesn't make sense to anyone." - Tom Devlin.
We're begining production on a collection of Boody Rogers comics, edited by Arf's Craig Yoe (who I recently learned lives in the castle that was used as the girls school on the TV show The Facts of Life). Opening up the first comic on the stack I saw some scratchy handwriting at the bottom of the first page and thought about how many comics I come across that are defaced by kids' scribbles.
Then I realized this old comic isn't from my collection or yours, it's from Craig Yoe's collection. So of course that's Boody's handwriting...