Reviews and commentary found 'round the Web this week:
• ComicMix on the latest volume of The Complete Peanuts
• Occasional Superheroine and The Comics Reporter on Dash Shaw's Bottomless Belly Button — the latter's Tom Spurgeon enthuses "Bottomless Belly Button reaches so high and executes so much of what it does so well that it shames you into reconsidering every other book you may have praised recently."
• Newsarama on The Last Musketeer by Jason
• Comics Worth Reading's Johanna Draper Carlson explains why she named Linda Medley's Castle Waiting one of the "Best of 2006"
• Sequart on Willie & Joe: The WWII Years by Bill Mauldin
• Sequart again on Ellen Forney's Lust
• Sexuality in the Arts and Noah Berlatsky each comment on the Schulz feature in The Comics Journal #290 (the former via Uncivilsociety.org)
• Dick Hyacinth places Jessica Farm Vol. 1 by Josh Simmons and Ganges #2 by Kevin Huizenga on his "Halfway point (more or less) best of 2008" list
• The Star Clipper Blog on R. Kikuo Johnson's Night Fisher
Bonus! Here are some non-review links:
• My Year Online reports on Martin Kellerman's appearance at the Oslo Comics Expo
• Our pals at WFMU are auctioning a copy of the first printing of Love and Rockets #1 with Fantagraphics co-founder Mike Catron's business card stapled to the cover
• A fan report from last weekend's Shag event at our storefront
• What happens when you read too much Daniel Clowes
• Art Speculum and Kim Ditch?
• Speaking of Kim
Ditch Deitch, here's a portrait of him (and Waldo the Cat) by photographer Seth Kushner: