• Shhhh! The comics industry is sleeping now.
• At Good Comics for Kids, Scott Robins reports that Scholastic has plans for more Bone after Vol. 9 is released next spring. Previously published “peripheral material” will be adapted for a young audience.
• ComiPress has an exhaustive roundup of manga-related convention coverage.
• Tor.com’s Pablo Defendini reports on the Watching the Watchmen panel, which featured Dave Gibbons, Chip Kidd and Mike Essel discussing the upcoming book that details the making of the groundbreaking comics series.
• According to Geoff Boucher of The Los Angeles Times, sales of original art were brisk at the convention. He spoke with art dealer Joe Mannarino, who had just laid out $115,000 for the original pages from Green Lantern #84, by Neal Adams and Bernie Wrightson.
• Wired‘s Underwire blog provides a convention overview, focusing on the relationship between comics and Hollywood.
• Creators Jason Aaron, Brian Azzarello, Cliff Chiang, G. Willow Wilson and Brian Wood blogged from San Diego. Azzarello will never have a career as a food photographer …
• USA Today blogger Whitney Matheson rattles off her “15 favorite things about Comic-Con.”
• Heroes star Milo Ventimiglia is, I don’t know, producing a comic through his DiVide Pictures, to be released by Top Cow.
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