This past week on TCJ.com:
R. Fiore on Chris Ware’s Acme Novelty Library Vol. 20.
Rob Clough looked at John Stanley’s Nancy comic books.
In his Minis Monday column, Rich Kreiner traced a different kind of underground comics lineage via Colin Tedford’s Square Dance #4.
R.C. Harvey close-read Jan. 35 comic strips.
R.C. Harvey welcomed back Peyo and the Smurfs.
Rob Clough also looked at Tubby.
Tom Crippen pondered Superman’s immigration status.
R.C. Harvey: Writer Defined.
R.C. Harvey also chose Sinfest as one of his Best Comics of 2010.
Meanwhile, tcj.com’s international bloggers looked at the controversy surrounding Don Lawrence’ Storm, explained the Latin American legacies of Luiz Sá and Harvey Pekar and announced Australian comics events.
And coming next week:
Geoff Johns, DC Co-Publisher/Chief Creative Officer/writer and co-producer of the Green Lantern movie, talks to Nathan Wilson; Kristian Williams takes a ride on The Night Bookmobile; R.C. Harvey reviews the Wolverton Bible; Rob Clough examines Doug Wright’s Nipper and the underground comix zine Mineshaft; and much more.
From Green Lantern #59 (December 2010), written by Johns, penciled by Doug Mahnke and inked by Christian Alamy, Keith Champagne and Mahnke. ©2010 DC Comics