– Jeffrey Brown talks to seibertron.com about the Incredible Change-Bots:
I’ll be working on some new Change-Bots stories for an issue of my “Sulk” comic book series with Top Shelf for sometime probably late next year. That issue will also probably print some of the drawings I did for the Change-Bots fan club – before the offer expired, I did around a hundred drawings for the club, each of which was like a stand-alone panel, so I’d like to print the best of those. And if the first vinyl figures of Balls and Microwave do well, Devil’s Due may do some of the other characters.
– Three Sparkplug Comic Books creators will host a signing at Quimby’s in Chicago this Thursday. Cartoonists Austin English, Jeremi Onsmith and John Hanciewicz will be signing copies of the 2nd issue of Sparkplug Comic Books’ Windy Corner, a hybrid of a comic and a magazine that features comics, comics criticism and interviews.
Quimby’s has quite a few upcoming events, including Eddie Campbell on July 28, so go check out their website for more info.
– The trials and tribulations behind the upcoming American Flagg collection.
– Todd Allen plays the numbers game.
– The Village Voice talks to Brian Wood about The New York Four.
– Thought Balloonist Charles Hatfield reports from the “Reading Pictures: The Language of Wordless Books” panel at the American Library Association’s annual conference.
Compiled by JK and Chris