The internets are a big place, so here are some posts of interest from various parts of it that you might like if your interests are anything like mine (and if they aren't, why would you be reading this?). I'm going to try to be better about marking these things to show up over on the "Recent Readings" box on the sidebar in the future.
ITEM: Steve Bissette talks to Bryan Talbot about the British underground scene and other things. And posts many other things. His site feed still seems to be dead, so catch up if you've missed out
ITEM: Mark Martin comments on the comics market and the end of his RUNAWAY COMIC
ITEM: Harry Mendryk explores some of the inking on old Jack Kirby romance covers
ITEM: Craig Yoe talks to Kirby Museum board member Randy Hoppe
ITEM: Mark Evanier looks at some filmed versions of one of my favourite plays, INHERIT THE WIND.
ITEM: I look at one of the greatest Beanworld guest shots ever
ITEM: Craig Boldman draws his character Tailipoe as Yoda.
ITEM: Tom Brevoort explains some of the changes in comics distribution from the 1970s and 1980s
ITEM: Alison Bechdel commences posting her early "Dykes to Watch Out For" strips online, starting at the beginning
ITEM: Bully examines a later day non-Barks Scrooge tale. Or does he...
ITEM: Kevin Church explains Superboy's most recent personality shift
ITEM: Mike Sterling focuses on the mystified residents of Lulu's town
ITEM: Michael T. Gilbert doesn't seem to have permanent links to his journal posts, but he has some great art there. Look down on April 28, 2007, for a nice Mr. Monster / Heap drawing.
ITEM: Vincent Colletta exposes the dark underbelly Marvel in the 1980s
ITEM: Stephen DeStefano kills the Venture Bros. whoever they are
ITEM: Fist-a-Cuffs declares its tag team champ
ITEM: Pat praises one of the more unheralded Silver Age heroes
ITEM: I post something with art by Jack Kirby. Go figure
ITEM: J.M. DeMatteis remembers Kurt Vonnegut
ITEM: Dennis O'Neil does too
ITEM: Neil Gaiman doesn't need any kind of link from me to get attention. But it'll be interesting to see what this "interesting device" is.
ITEM: Michael Ryan runs some of the coolest photos and links for dinosaur fans
ITEM: Wolfman visits Oz, brings photos
ITEM: Eddie Campbell chronicles his adventures in courtroom sketching
ITEM: Steve Thompson ponders how Sheldon Mayer turned a gorilla into a bear
ITEM: Dr. Scott examines the questionable techniques of Dr. Dan
ITEM: I post some stuff about Ditko. Go figure
ITEM: Steve Cohen writes about Russ Manning. And Leonard Starr. And Neal Adams. And Joe Staton. And...