Other things to check out: New strips by Chynna Clugston, Andi Watson and Paul Pope (among others), interviews with Peter Bagge and Roz Chast, and a batch of articles about comics and the connections between sex and comics (Insert joke here). Anyway, a batch of interesting comics-related stuff in a general audience atmosphere. Nifty stuff all-around, and you can also check out the Personals on the sidebar and wonder how all these attractive people with fascinating interests are unable to find a date.
(One minor complaint, though: Kicking off the comic issue with a graphic of a bed bedecked with Superman sheets and pillows = lousy idea.. That would be like trying to entice people to discover the cinema by smacking them over the head with a screening of "Batman Returns" or Carrot Tops' "Chairman of the Board". I can understand the high concept, I guess -- the site features a lot of sex stuff, there's a bed, there's a comic character, right, got it, check. But the comics coverage on the site is largely of the non-superhero/alt/indy variety, and that garish Eltingville wet dream bedscape is what is known as a fucking turn-off to everyone on the planet other than certain members of DC editorial. There's a dick-wilter if there ever was one, why not toss a dead, eviscerated wombat and some liposuction leftover on that bed while you're at it? Speaking of that bed, it's too clean -- no one on Earth has Superman sheets on that clean a bed. It's either kiddie-wrecked or fanboy-spunked and food-soiled. Couldn't they at least have gone for some good-looking folks in custom Underoos or something if they had to go that route? If you have to go cheeseball, at least provide some eye/hormone candy for the audience. Yeesh. Superman sheets. It's like Kryptonite for your crotch.)
In other interview news: Robin McConnell has put together a new, more user-friendly website for The Inkstuds radio show/podcasts, You can find audio interviews with folks such as Jaime Hernandez, Ivan Brunetti, and a number of other notable and up and coming citizens of the cartooning world. If you missed my gabfest with Robin and Colin Upton, you can listen to it here.
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