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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

 
Noah Berlatsky on "A Future for Comics" -- The Comics Journal's Noah Berlatsky has posted his thoughts on my essay "A Future for Comics," which appears in The Comics Journal #289, the current issue.

Berlatsky's a sharp writer, so I can't really argue with his conclusions, except to note that I hope he's wrong and that great comic book stores continue to thrive.

I also hope you'll pick up this issue of The Journal; it's the second of their new format, and features a lengthy interview with writer Robert Kirkman as well as the usual boatload of great writing about comics. And I think Ken Smith is even missing this issue, so it's actually all about comics and comprehensible to those of us without Stephen Hawking-level IQs.

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