|Daily OCD: 11/27/09|
|Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Zak Sally, Willie and Joe, rock, Linda Medley, Jim Blanchard, Gilbert Hernandez, Gary Panter, Dash Shaw, Charles M Schulz, Bill Mauldin, Al Columbia||27 Nov 2009 2:40 PM|
Black Friday Online Commentary & Diversions:
• List: At NPR.org, Glen Weldon recommends "Tomes With Which to Tough Out Your Turkey Coma," including Linda Medley's Castle Waiting ("a wryly funny fairy tale narrative that's both women-centered and women-powered") and Gilbert Hernandez 's Palomar ("Dense, vividly realized and both literally and figuratively magical")
• Interview: Robot 6's Chris Mautner talks to Dash Shaw about The Unclothed Man in the 34th Century A.D., BodyWorld and other topics: "There’s a meshing going on between film/animation and comics. The meshing is happening in my own interests, the subject matter of my stories, the way my stories are created, and it’s been fueled a little by what’s going on outside of me..."