ANDREW’S LINKS: Isn’t He A Little Short…?
(See the continuation for an explanation of our "Bob & Godzilla" photo today.)
Publishers Weekly Comics Week talks to Matt Fraction, writer of Casanova.
Steven Grant, at Comic Book Resources, thinks about Jack Kirby and the art of comic book covers, then and now.
Brian Michael Bendis was interviewed by CBR about the various flavors of Avengers currently available in the marketplace.
CBR also interviews Ryan Dunlavey, artist of Action Philosophers!
The Beat casts its beady eye on Platinum Studios’ plans to go public.
The Baltimore City Paper (motto: “Eh, who needs a fancy name. It’s only Baltimore.”) visits Steve Geppi’s museum.
The Edmonton Journal interviews Peter Kuper, author of Keep Forgetting to Remember.
The New York Daily News profiles Meredith Gran, creator of the webcomic Octopus Pie.
Washington Post Express interviews the creators of Black Metal.
Publishers Weekly reviews Robert C. Harvey’s biography of Milton Caniff.
Warren Peace Sings the Blues reviews the October issue of Shojo Beat, and finds an unexpected obsession with breasts.
Brian Cronin of Comics Should Be Good looks at this week’s Thor and realizes that editors should say no to J. Michael Straczynski more often.
All of Comics Should Be Good gang-review the first issue of Potter’s Field.
From The Savage Critics:
- Douglas Wolk reads Potter’s Field #1
- Graeme McMillan reviews a Countdown tie-in with a title so long it can be seen from space
- and Abhay starts a review of Runoff, and interviews its creator, Tom Manning.
Ain’t It Cool News reviews a pile of comics.
SF/Fantasy LinksSFWA President Michael Capobianco has an official statement about SFWA’s position on authors rights. (Executive summary: they’re in favor of such.)
Reviews of SF/FantasyThe Agony Column looks at Richard Parks’s Worshipping Small Gods.
SciFi Weekly reviews Susan Palwick’s Shelter.
Book Fetish reviews the anthology Many Bloody Returns.
Paul McAuley thinks that Paul Kincaid’s recent Bookslut column – claiming literary fiction is now better at depicting real science than SF – is, to put it mildly, not entirely true.
David Moles wonders what might replace SFWA (for those who dream of its demise).
Robert J. Sawyer defines science fiction.
Kathryn Cramer, on a related subject, thinks about defining literary terms by public concensus.
Interviews with various peopleFantasy Book Critic interviews David Gunn, author of Death’s Head.
Graeme’s Fantasy Book Review questions Mike Carey, author of the “Felix Castor” novels.
Brian Ruckley answers five questions from Neth Space.
The Fantasy Review talks to Karen Miller, author of The Innocent Mage.
Jeff VanderMeer at The Amazon Blog asks a few questions of Will Shetterly and Emma Bull.
EcoGeek interviews Karl Schroeder, about…pretty much what you’d expect.
Irene Gallo has a quick interview with artist Adam Rex, along with a gallery of his work.
OdditiesFuturismic is looking for bloggers.
Bob Eggleton visits Toho Studios, and meets their most famous "actor."
Issue 11 of PostScripts magazine is now out, with stories by Forrest Aguirre, Richard Paul Russo, Steve Aylett, and others.
SF Signal is still digging up SF stories from ManyBooks.net; today they have five more, from such names as Poul Anderson and Frederik Pohl.
[I’m sure something here came originally from Journalista!]