Thursday, July 10, 2008  
Doing the Rounds

:: Posted by BK @ 7/10/2008 01:35:00 a.m.


Summer Reading Part I: Since I had only 3 hours sleep Tuesday night, today I read 4 old Lois Lane comics, Billy Hazelnuts, Joe Ollman's Chewing on Tinfoil, and an old issue of the Cherkas/Hancock Suburban Nightmares series that I found for 50 cents at the BMV on Bloor Street ... as well as the information at the following links:

Comic book collection stolen in Kincardine.

The U.S. vs Canada, in caricature.

Merriam-Webster dictionary finally lists "fanboy."

Happy 10th Anniversary, Editions La Pasteque, publisher of fine French-language graphic novels!

Robin Bougie on stealing money to buy comics when he was a kid. Part One. Part 2.

The most popular graphic novels in Canada are translated comics from Japan. Chris Butcher comments on the state of the manga industry in North America: Part One. Part 2.


(top image: Michael Nicoll Yahgulanass' "Haida Manga Bear")

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