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Wednesday, September 09, 2009

 
Beyond the Galaxy 090909 -- Being an occasional assemblage of links to posts and articles I found enjoyable, informative and/or infuriating.

* Tom Spurgeon follows up on Chris Butcher's analysis of the current, broken Direct Market distribution/retailing model. Must-reading.

* Staying at TCR for a moment, this Tom Spurgeon review of a naff old Teen Titans trade paperback is noteworthy to me because, well, pretty much all Marvel and DC superhero titles read this way to me at the moment. Sometimes pretty, almost always empty.

* Thanks to CBR's Tim Callahan for a very thorough look at my new eBook, Conversations with ADD. It's really intriguing to see what people like and don't like about something like this, and since I have more planned for the near future, I appreciate the feedback. I also totally agree with Tim about Q&As vs. feature interviews pretending to be interviews. Maybe it's growing up with the long Comics Journal interviews, but I love the way a well-conducted and well-edited Q&A can get to the heart of a subject so much better than sprinkling some quotes throughout a feature article ever will.

* Uncomics: The Beatles' 2009 remasters explained (via Sean T. Collins).

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