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Friday, July 13, 2007

 
The Friday Briefing -- What a week in comics, from DC's hapless Zuda tap-dancing to Cold Cut possibly shuffling off to Buffalo...

* Christopher Butcher gets emotional about Cold Cut, offering up some insight into how important the artcomics distributor has been to one of the most important and progressive comic book stores in North America. I posted my thoughts about Cold Cut late yesterday afternoon, in case you missed it.

* Up now: The Comics Journal's guide to this year's San Diego Comicon, which could double, for those of us not attending, as a checklist of notable artcomics worth keeping an eye out for over the next few weeks.

* The new issue of The Comics Journal is arriving in at least some shops next week. I'm most looking forward to the Roger Langridge interview, conducted by Gary Groth. So much so that I am not reading the excerpt posted online, although you may want to. That's right, I avoid spoilers for interviews with artcomics creators. My true nerditry unveiled! Related: I really wish Langridge's The Thirteenth Floor would see the light of day as a printed graphic novel. Somewhat related: Happy Friday the 13th!

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