–Corey Lewis shares some of his artwork from his Seag and Konami days.
–SPLAT: A Graphic Novel Symposium take splace in New York City tomorrow. Scott McCloud, K. Thor Jensen, Dean Haspiel, Ted Rall and many more will be on panels.
–J.M. DeMatteis shares some of his intro to the upcoming Conan Chronicles Vol. 15 from Dark Horse.
–Which presidential candidate has the most geek cred?
–Jeff Smith talks about how surprisingly easy it was to make a deal with Warner Bros. for the rights to a Bone movie.
–Johanna discusses the differences between retailer and customer needs. Interesting discussion follows.
–Want to make comics but think drawing is tedious? Maybe BitStrips is for you.
–Bully shares photos of the 1969 Marvel bullpen. And he does it without making the obvious joke about the word “bullpen.”
–Greg Burgas shares his thoughts on rogues’ galleries.
–Johanna also reviews The Blackblood Alliance, a webcomic about prehistoric wolves. I probably liked the story a little more than she did and agree that the art is the highlight, and she makes a good point about the names being too “Elfquestian.” The writer would have benefited from following the KISS rule when naming the characters instead of coming up with names like “Swiftkill” and “Bloodspill” … which, come to think of it, sound like something from a 1990s Image title as much as they do Elfquest. Still, it’s worth looking at online for free.