comics research bibliography
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(Last updated November 28, 2009)

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This bibliography lists both monographs and journal or magazine articles about comic books, comic strips and animation. Some of these materials have NOT YET been verified for accuracy or content; please contact the authors if you notice any inaccuracies and they will be fixed.

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Saarni, Carolyn. 1979. Children's understanding of display rules for expressive behavior [using comic strips]. Developmental Psychology 15(4):424-429.

Saarni, Carolyn. 1979. When 'not' to show what you feel: Children's understanding of relations between emotional experience and expressive behavior [using comic strips]. Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (Mar), San Franscisco, CA.

Saba, Arn. 1985. Harold R. Foster: Drawing Upon History [Prince Valiant interview]. Comics Journal (102; Sept.): 61-84

Saban, Alan. 2006. Absolutely `Unfabulous': Even with film version of gay comic strip, cartoonist Eric Orner says his heart is still in drawing. Southern Voice (July 28). online at http://www.southernvoice.com/2006/7-28/arts/film/ethan.cfm

Saberhagen, Fred. 1980. Berserker's Planet [Cover by Boris Vallejo]. New York: Ace

Sabet, Mostafa Mousavi . 2006. World Cup inspires Iranian cartoonist to find humor in football [Kambiz Derambakhsh]. MNA (January 17): http://www.mehrnews.ir/en/NewsDetail.aspx?NewsID=279254

Sabetti, Stephen. 2008. Black, white film for our generation: In the animated film ''Persepolis,'' hand-drawn technique proves successful. Cal State, Long Branch's Daily 49er (March 13). Online at http://media.www.daily49er.com/media/storage/paper1042/news/2008/03/13/Diversions/Black.White.Film.For.Our.Generation-3267327.shtml

Sabin, R. 1993. Adult Comics. London. Routledge

Sabin, Roger and Teal Triggs (ed.). 2001. Below Critical Radar: Fanzines and Alternative Comices from 1976 to Now. Slab-O-Concrete Publications

Sabin, Roger. 1993. Adult Comics: An Introduction. London: Routledge.

Sabin, Roger. 1997. Not just superheroes [Seth; Chris Ware; Sacco]. Speak (Summer).

Sabin, Roger. 1998. Comics on the Web. EBR 7 (Summer): http://www.altx.com/ebr/ebr7/7sa2.htm#false

Sabin, Roger. 1998. Comics on the Web: Dave McKean Interview. EBR 7 (Summer 1998): http://www.altx.com/ebr/ebr7/7sa1.htm

Sabin, Roger. 2000. Strip teasers: The graphic novel, the publishing world's strangest hybrid, is alive and kicking. Observer (December 24): 18

Sabin, Roger. 2001. Side by side in the fantasy league: Roger Sabin casts his eye over Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The House on Borderland by Richard Corben and Simon Revelstroke, and the rest of a recent crop of graphic novels. The Observer (September 2). online at http://observer.co.uk/review/story/0,6903,545404,00.html

Sable, Mark. 2009. Inside Look: Unthinkable #3. Broken Frontier (August 17): http://www.brokenfrontier.com/lowdown/p/detail/inside-look-unthinkable-3

Sable, Mark. 2009. Unthinkable ARG: 'Director's Commentary,' part one. Comic Book Resources (May 12): http://robot6.comicbookresources.com/2009/05/unthinkable-arg-directors-commentary-part-one/

Sacco, Joe & Rhea Patton. 1998. The War Crimes Trials [comic strip journalism on Bosnia]. Details (September): 260-265.

Sacco, Joe And Art Spiegelman. 2006. Only Pictures? [Danish Islam cartoon controversy]. The Nation (March 6). Online at http://www.thenation.com/doc/20060306/interview

Sacco, Joe and Rhea Patton. 2000. The Rude Blues [comic strip journalism]. Details (April): 140-145

Sacco, Joe. 1994. Palestine: A Nation Occupied [Reprints 1-5.]. Seattle: Fantagraphics Books

Sacco, Joe. 2000. Bleak Prospects [book review]. Washington Post (December 24): Book World 8

Sacco, Joe. 2000. Safe Area Gorazde: The War in Eastern Bosnia 1992-1995 [cartoon journalism]. Seattle: Fantagraphics

Sacco, Joe. 2001. Hebron: A Look Inside [cartoon journalism]. Time (March 12): 40-43

Sacco, Joe. 2003. The Underground War in Gaza [comic strip journalism]. New York Times Magazine (July 6)

Sacco, Joe. 2004. A Day in a Life... [comics journalism]. Islamica Magazine (Summer/Fall): 36-37

Sacco, Joe. 2005. Complacency Kills [cartoon journalism on Iraq]. Guardian (February 25). online at http://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-files/Guardian/documents/2005/02/25/sacc o1.pdf

Sacco, Joe. 2005. War's End: Profiles from Bosnia 1995-96 [cartoon journalism]. Drawn & Quarterly

Sacco, Joe. 2007. Down! Up! [cartoon journalism on Iraq war]. Harper’s Magazine (April): 47-62

Sacco, Joe. 2008. Burmese days: Guy Delisle's third Asian travelogue is another insightful masterwork of the comics form, writes Joe Sacco. United Arab Emerates' The National (November 6): http://www.thenational.ae/article/20081107/REVIEW/153320036/-1/SPORT

Sacerdoti, Guy. 1986. Comics in a campaign. Far Eastern Economic Review 131(Jan 9):31.

Sachs, Andrea. 2004. Springfield 101: A Homeric odyssey across the United States [Simpsons]. Washington Post (October 31): P2

Sachs, Rob. 2004. My Fellow Americans: Lalo Alcaraz, Cartoonist. National Public Radio's Day to Day (December 2). online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=3D4197055

Sackmann, Eckart . 1998. Keine Sprechblasen [on the development of word balloons, in German]. RRAAH! (45; November): 22-26

Sackmann, Eckart. 1998. Franz von Pocci [in German]. Rraah! (43; May): 48-49

Sacks, Ethan. 2002. Marvel-ous Comics On City Heroes [The Call of Duty]. New York Daily News (June 3)

Sacks, Ethan. 2006. Band of Brothers: How the Dabels penned their own success story in the comic book industry. New York Daily News (December 18). online at http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/story/480506p-404357c.html

Sacks, Ethan. 2006. It's all Greek to him: Comic book writer/artist Eric Shanower tests his mettle with 'Age of Bronze'. New York Daily News (October 5). online at http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/story/458334p-385714c.html

Sacks, Ethan. 2006. Silk Road warrior: Controversial editorial cartoonist Ted Rall sounds the alarm over U.S. policy in Central Asia. New York Daily News (September 22)

Sacks, Ethan. 2007. Captain America killed! Marvel comic book hero cut down by sniper. New York Daily News (March 7)

Sacks, Ethan. 2008. Captain America lives again. New York Daily News (January 28). Online at http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/arts/2008/01/28/2008-01-28_captain_america_lives_again.html

Sacks, Ethan. 2009. A gathering of heroes: Comic Con heads to NYC. New York Daily News ( February 1): http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/2009/02/01/2009-02-01_a_gathering_of_heroes_comic_con_heads_to.html

Sacks, Ethan. 2009. Batman, Iron Man among comic book stars hit hard by recession. New York Daily News (February 22): http://www.nydailynews.com/money/2009/02/21/2009-02-21_batman_iron_man_among_comic_book_stars_h.html

Sacks, Ethan. 2009. Captain America, a.k.a. Steve Rogers is coming back to life in a comic near you. New York Daily News (June 15). Online at http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/arts/2009/06/15/2009-06-15_some_comic_relief_captain_america_is_coming_back_to_life_in_a_new_fivepart_serie.html

Sacks, Ethan. 2009. Comics' new dynamic duet: Marvel puts Eminem in their super hero, the Punisher's, crosshairs. New York Daily News (May 15): http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/music/2009/05/15/2009-05-15_eminem_joins_the_punisher_in_the_strangest_duet_in_marvel_comics_history.html

Sacks, Ethan. 2009. Hayao Miyazaki, the 'Walt Disney of Japan,' still does animation the old fashioned way in 'Ponyo'. New York Daily News (August 8): http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/movies/2009/08/08/2009-08-08_hayao_miyazaki_the_walt_disney_of_japan_still_does_animation_the_old_fashioned_w.html

Sader, Luke. 2002. Jonah: VeggieTales. Hollywood Reporter (October 2). online at http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hollywoodreporter/reviews/article_displ= ay.j sp?vnu_content_id=3D1729474

Sadler, Michael & Serge Dutfoy. 1986. Cartoon History Of Rock And Roll, The. London: Elm Tree Books

Sadownick, Doug. 2000. 'Don't See, Don't Look'': Times' response to offensive gays-in-military cartoon causes more problems [Michael Ramirez political cartoon]. LA Weekly (January 28). online at http://www.laweekly.com/ink/00/10/news-sadownick.shtml

Sadowski, Greg. 1998. Natalie Krigstein, 1920-1997. Comics Journal (201; January): 25.

Sadowski, Greg. 2006. The Comics Journal Library Vol. 7: Harvey Kurtzman. Seattle: Fantagraphics

Sadri, Ahmad. 2007. Stereotypes in '300' Fail to Match Historical Reality. National Public Radio's All Things Considered (April 14). Online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=9587471

Saenz, Mike & William Bates. 1988. Iron Man: Crash [Computer generated.]. New York: Epic Comics

SAFECO Title Insurance Co. 1982. Pink Panther Fun Book, The. Los Angeles: SAFECO

Sagal, Peter. 2000. Not My Job!: Kevin ''KAL'' Kallagher, cartoonist for the Baltimore Sun and the Economist magazine. National Public Radio's Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! (November 18) online at http://www.npr.org/programs/waitwait/archrndwn/2000/nov/001118.waitwait.html

Sagarin, Edward. 1971. The deviant in the comic strip: The case history of Barney Google. Journal of Popular Culture 5(1; Summer).

Sagario, Dawn. 2001. Convention draws growing crowd of anime fans. Des Moines Register (August 26)

Sagendorf, Bud. . Popeye The Sailor. New York: Tor

Sagendorf, Bud. 1979. Popeye, The First Fifty Years. New York: Workman Publishing

Sagendorf, Bud. 1981. Popeye On Spook Island. New York: Tor

Said, S.F. 2000. The Misfits of Zwigoff [Clowes' Ghost World comic book movie]. [England] Sight and Sound (August)

Said, SF and Dave McKean (ill.). 2006. The Outlaw Varjak Paw. David Fickling Books

Sailer, Steve. 2002. Video of the Week: 'Powerpuff Girls Movie'. UPI (November 14): http://www.upi.com/view.cfm?StoryID021102-125541-8229r

Saint-Gelais, Richard. 1995. Le Fantome du hors-champ: Regards obliques sur la bande dessinee [criticism of comic strips; in French]. Dalhousie French Studies 32(Fall):61-73.

Sainz, Adrian / Associated Press. 2006. Martin Nodell, 91, Creator of Green Lantern, Dies. New York Times (December 13)

Sainz, Adrian / Associated Press. 2006. Martin Nodell, 91; Created Comic Book Hero Green Lantern [obituary]. Washington Post (December 16): B5

Saitani, Ryo & Hayao Miyazaki. 1995. I understand Nausicaa a bit more than I did a little while ago [manga interview]. Comic Box (January).

Saito, Mhari. 2008. Saving Superman's House: Comic Book Fans Unite [Jerry Siegel]. National Public Radio's Day to Day (September 10). Online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=94457056

Sakai, Stan. 1999. Usagi Yojimbo Book One [6th printing; originally published in 1987]. Seattle: Fantagraphics Books

Sakai, Stan. 2004. Usagi Yojimbo 2005 Calendar. Windsor, CT: Tide-Mark Press / Dark Horse Comics

Sala, Richard. 1997. The Chuckling Whatsit [comic book]. Seven Hills Book Distributors.

Sala, Richard. 2007. The Grave Robber's Daughter. Seattle: Fantagraphics

Sala, Richard. 2009. Cat Burglar Black. New York: First Second

Salajan, Ioanna. 1982. Zen Comics II [Religious educational comic strips.]. Rutland, VT & Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle

Salamon, Jeff. 1994. Revenge of the Fanboys. Village Voice 39(37; Sep 13):47.

Salamon, Jeff. 1997. Babe watch: Jessica Abel chronicles the young and the feckless in Artbabe. Spin (Aug):44.

Salamon, Jeff. 2007. The influential cartoonist Scott McCloud explains how computers have - and haven't - changed the world of comic books. Austin American-Statesman (February 11). Online at http://www.statesman.com/life/content/life/stories/books/02/11/11mccloud.html

Salamon, Jeff. 2008. The somewhat amazing adventures of 'The Escapist'. Austin American-Statesman (January 6). Online at http://www.statesman.com/life/content/life/stories/books/01/06/0106quick.html

Salamon, Julie. 2000. Aardvark and pals celebrate [Arthur's Perfect Christmas animation]. New York Times (November 23): E14

Salamon, Julie. 2001. In his kingdom, sun always shines [documentary about Walt Disney]. New York Times (September 14): D20

Salamon, Julie. 2001. It's Always Saturday on TV [children's animation]. New York Times (February 2)

Salamon, Julie. 2001. Television review: Cinderella's convertible, the prince on a cycle [Christmas animation 'Twas the Night and Santa Baby]. New York Times (December 17): E5

Salamon, Julie. 2001. Thankful for the escape of the cartoon world [children and terrorism]. New York Times (September 17): D5

Salamon, Julie. 2002. Grabbing TV Audiences 'Tween 8 and 14 [animation]. New York Times (February 15)

Salcido, Mario A. 1993. The Robotech assault [based on anime]. Collectible Toys & Values (32; July): 27-28

Sale, Jonathan. 2001. 'I enjoyed drawing the letters - and still do' -- Passed/Failed: An Education in the Life of Posy Simmonds, Cartoonist and Author. Independent (22 February)

Sale, Jonathan. 2002. Anniversary of the week: First newspaper comic strip, October 24 1896 [Outcault's Yellow Kid]. The Guardian (October 21)

Salek, Rebecca and Barb Lien-Cooper. 2002. A Pantheon of Fables: Bill Willingham. Sequential Tart (July)

Salek, Rebecca and Barb Lien-Cooper. 2002. Fair and Fowl: Steve Gerber. Sequential Tart (January)

Salek, Rebecca et al. 2005. Tart Tastes: Top Shelf Productions. Sequential Tart (November)

Salek, Rebecca et. al. 2005. Tart tastes: Carla Speed McNeil.Sequential Tart (January)

Salek, Rebecca et. al. 2005. Tart Tastes: Favorite Depiction of Loveand/or Sex in a Comic. Sequential Tart (February)

Salek, Rebecca. 2000. A Classic Woman - Diana: The Wonder Woman Character Portrait. Sequential Tart 3 (7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2000. A Supergirl By Any Other Name Is Still A Super Girl! Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2000. Canary Cry: A Profile of the Black Canary. Sequential Tart 3 (11; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2000. Every Girl's Secret Dream: Amethyst Character Portrait. Sequential Tart 3 (6; June): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2000. Greatest Characters of All Time? Sequential Tart 3 (8; August): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2000. Magic Witch Girl E! Elizabeth Watasin [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (8; August): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2000. Mantle Of The Bat: Batgirl. Sequential Tart 3 (3; March): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2000. Tart To Heart: In the spirit of the season, what is your favorite comic story about the winter holidays? Sequential Tart 3 (12; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2000. The Huntress and the Hunted [DC Batman spin-off]. Sequential Tart 3 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2001. Bargain Bin Treasures. Sequential Tart 4 (12; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2001. Courage is Universal: Rod Espinosa [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (5: May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2001. Spider-Girl: Feeling Loose and Slamming Heat! Sequential Tart 4 (2: February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2001. The Doctor Is In: Dr. Mid-Nite. Sequential Tart 4 (5: May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2001. The Godmother Of Comixs: Trina Robbins [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Comic Book Love [for comic book characters]. Sequential Tart (February)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Comic­Con 2002: The Diary. Sequential Tart (October)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Comics To The Small Screen [television]. Sequential Tart (October)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Convention Memories. Sequential Tart (November)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Crossover Heaven. Sequential Tart (September)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Elseworld's Finest. Sequential Tart (March)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Everything I Need to Know About Life I Learned From .... Sequential Tart (July)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Free Comic Book Day Part Three: The Morning After ... Sequential Tart (June)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Free Comic Day Part One: Or, The Little Girls and Guys Hatch a Plan. Sequential Tart (May)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Free Comic Day Part Two: The Big Girls and Boys Hatch a Plan, Too. Sequential Tart (May)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Gettosake Entertainment: How to Build a Better Eisner Ceremony; Or, A Snarky But Sincere Critique Full of Useful Suggestions By a Fan Who Cares. Sequential Tart (September)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Heroines Revisited or All Right Then You Pick The Ten Greatest Heroines Of All Time! Sequential Tart (July)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. How To Build a Better Graphic Novel Section. Sequential Tart (October)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Indie-To-Mainstream Wishlist. Sequential Tart (May)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. No, It's Not a Promotion (or) Why the Spider-Man Movie Is Not Inherently Better than the Spider-Man Comics, and for that Matter Neither are Any of the Other Movies or TV Shows Based on Comics, So There. Sequential Tart (August)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Stick That In Your Stocking and Smoke It! or, Gift­Giving for the Non­Converted. Sequential Tart (December)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. The Ten Greatest Heroines in Comics Today According to Wizard Magazine or, The List O' Big-Busted, Super Powered White Women (With The Odd Exception)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. When Indies Go Mainstream. Sequential Tart (June)

Salek, Rebecca. 2002. Z is for Zed: Michel Gagne. Sequential Tart (March)

Salek, Rebecca. 2003. Get 'Em While They're Young: The Best Series toConvince Kids That Comics Are Cool. Sequential Tart (January)

Salek, Rebecca. 2003. On Earth F, Friends Of Linus Recommend....[satire on women and comics]. Sequential Tart (March)

Salek, Rebecca. 2003. Tart to heart: Game, Set ... And A PerfectMatch [ favorite comic romantic couple]. Sequential Tart (February)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. All Access - Fantastic Firsts: Horus.Sequential Tart (September)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. All Access: Cine­Manga. Sequential Tart (November)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. All Access: Kid Beowulf. Sequential Tart (October)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. All Access: San Diego Comic Con: Fun for theWhole Family. Sequential Tart (September)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. Fantastic Firsts: Bone: The Complete CartoonEpic in OneVolume. Sequential Tart (December)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. Fantastic Firsts: Flight Volume One.Sequential Tart (October)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. Fantastic Firsts: Ursula. Sequential Tart(November)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. Gaming Geek, Comic Freak, Cool Guy: AaronWilliams. Sequential Tart (September)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. I'm Dreaming Of A DVD Xmas. Sequential Tart(December)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. Of Con Virgins, Booth Bunnies and Too MuchCool Stuff!!: SDCC 2004. Sequential Tart (September)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. Tart to Heart: Back To School [donating comicbooks for education]. Sequential Tart (September)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. The Joy Of Webcomics. Sequential Tart (November)

Salek, Rebecca. 2004. What Lies Ahead: Great All­Ages Series in2005. Sequential Tart (December)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. About Abadazad: JM DeMatteis. Sequential Tart(January)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Aliens! Giant Robots! More Aliens! Scott Christian Sava. Sequential Tart (October)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access - Angel Oberoi: Bringing HistoryAlive - in Comics! [Gossamer Books]. Sequential Tart (May)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access - Fantastic Firsts: The Stardust Kid #1. Sequential Tart (July)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access - More Than Just Mommy and Daddy: 'Nontraditional' Families in Comics. Sequential Tart (June)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access - Otis Frampton: In the Land of Fignation. Sequential Tart (July)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access - Spiral-Bound: Aaron Renier and His Magic Blue Notebook. Sequential Tart (September)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access Fantastic Firsts - The Brontes: Infernal Angria #1. Sequential Tart (August)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access: Favorite Comics as a Kid.Sequential Tart (January)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access: Holiday Gift Guide. Sequential Tart (November)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access: Human Rights. Sequential Tart (December)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access: Mike S. Miller. Sequential Tart(March)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access: Non-Dysfunctional Families.Sequential Tart (February)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. All Access: What If ...? Favorite ChildhoodBooks Adapted as Comics. Sequential Tart (April)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Fantastic Firsts - Jax Epoch and the QuickenForbidden: Separation Anxiety. Sequential Tart (January)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Fantastic Firsts - Neotopia Volume Three: The Kingdoms Beyond. Sequential Tart (June)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Fantastic Firsts - Once In a Blue Moon: Volume One. Sequential Tart (November)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Fantastic Firsts - Power Pack: Pack Attack! Sequential Tart (October)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Fantastic Firsts - Sleeping Dragons Book One: Becca's Scarecrow. Sequential Tart (December)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Fantastic Firsts - Walt Disney's World of the Dragonlords. Sequential Tart (October)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Fantastic Firsts: Banana­Tail. Sequential Tart(March)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Fantastic Firsts: Opposite Forces. Sequential Tart (September)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Fantastic Firsts: Owly Volume Two: Just aLittle Blue. Sequential Tart (April)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Fantastic Firsts: The Dare Detectives.Sequential Tart (February)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Get A Room ... PLEASE! Sequential Tart (February)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Ghosts! Ghouls! And Joss Whedon?!: ScottAllie. Sequential Tart (March)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Got Comics? Got Ennui? Sequential Tart (April)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Hyperion Goes Graphic: Brenda Bowen. Sequential Tart (May)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. If I Were A Millionaire ... Sequential Tart(March)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. In Search of a Few Good Recruits: Mike Carriglitto. Sequential Tart (August)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. It's a Revolution! Jonathan Myers. SequentialTart (May)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Let's Make a Movie! Sequential Tart (May)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Plucky Heroines and Noble Knights: The Best ofTrina Schart Hyman. Sequential Tart (May)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Poisonous Bugs, Crazy Farmers and the TrueMeaning of Enlightenment: Josh Neufeld and Sari Wilson [travel comic].Sequential Tart (February)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Samurai, Fairy Godmothers and Fallen Angels — Oh, My! Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco. Sequential Tart (October)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Secret Origin of a Fan Girl. Sequential Tart(January)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Spooky! Scary! Creepy! Fright Fests For All-Ages. Sequential Tart (October)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. Spotlight on ... Fifty Graphic Novels No Fan Should Be Without: The Sequential Tart Edition. Sequential Tart (August)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. The Challenge of 24 Hour Comics: Nat Gertler. Sequential Tart (September)

Salek, Rebecca. 2005. The Tartie Awards. Sequential Tart (June)

Salek, Rebecca. 2006. All Access: Romance in (All-Ages) Comics. Sequential Tart (February)

Salek, Rebecca. 2006. Easy Speakin' Guys: Chris Stone and Vito DelSante. Sequential Tart (February)

Salek, Rebecca. 2006. Fashion Kitty [Hello Kitty]. Sequential Tart (March)

Salek, Rebecca. 2006. Great Graphic Novels for Teens: Librarians Speak! Sequential Tart (March)

Salek, Rebecca. 2006. The Amazing, Astounding History of the Captains Marvel! Zorikh Lequidre. Sequential Tart (March)

Salek, Rebecca. 2006. The Humpty Dumpty Chronicles - Fantastic Firsts. Sequential Tart (February)

Salem, Rob. 2003. Actor finds his voice - and others; Voiceovers are gold for Maurice LaMarche [animation]. Toronto Star (March 10). online at http://www.thestar.com/NASApp/cs/ContentServer?pagename=thestar/Layout/Artic le_Type1&c=Article&cid=1035778927880&call_pageid=968867495754&col=9694831916 30

Salem, Rob. 2007. Heroes welcome: Tim Kring admits he's no geek or comics fan [tv show]. Toronto Star (January 21). online at http://www.thestar.com/artsentertainment/article/173234

Salem, Rob. 2008. Shaking things up in Smallville. Toronto Star (April 24). Online at http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/Television/article/417678

Salerno, Heather. 1996. Boy's Wonder Becomes Industry's Superman? Holy Transformation! Washington Post (Sep 9; Washington Business):9.

Salerno, Marie (ed). 1999. New York Pop-Up Book [illos by Sorel, Feiffer and Hirschfeld]. Universe Publishing

Saley, Mary H. 1997. His-and-hers comics [letter]. Washington Post (Nov 8):A23.

Salholm, Erik. 2009 Interview: Paul Grist. OK Erok blog (March 4): http://okerok.blogspot.com/2009/03/interview-paul-grist.html

Salie, Faith. 2008. Kimberly Peirce, Jeff Yeager, Bryan Lee O'Malley. Public Radio International's Fair Game (March 20). online at http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/fairgame/.jukebox?action=viewMedia&mediaId=688285&podcastId=2743

Salie, Faith. 2008. Neil Shubin, Jim Gaffigan, Mat Johnson [Incognegro]. Public Radio International's Fair Game (March 31). Online at http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/fairgame/.jukebox?action=viewMedia&mediaId=691464&podcastId=2743 ; http://stream.publicbroadcasting.net/production/mp3/fairgame/local-fairgame-691464.mp3

Salie, Faith. 2008. Nicholas Christakis, Chris Parnell, David Hajdu [The Ten-Cent Plague]. Public Radio International's Fair Game (April 1). Online at http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/fairgame/.jukebox?action=viewMedia&mediaId=691886 ; http://stream.publicbroadcasting.net/production/mp3/fairgame/local-fairgame-691886.mp3

Salij, Marta. 2001. State artist honored for book: Winner of Caldecott drew U.S. presidents [David Small, illustrator of 'So You Want To Be President?']. Detroit Free Press (January 16)

Salmon, Jacqueline L. 1999. For preteens and parents, hunt is on for Pokemon [Japanese cartoon characters]. Washington Post (June 7): B1, 7

Salmon, Mike. 2003. Cartoonist pokes fun at senior living [Hugh Wynn]. [Burke, VA] Connection (February 6-12)

Salmon, Mike. 2003. Hulk artist shares comic book career; Local Marvel Comics artist Sal Buscema discusses a big, green movie star. Burke [VA] Connection (July 3)

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Schwarzbaum, Lisa. 1999. Crude awakening: Trey Parker and Matt Stone hit hilarious heights with the frickin' fould South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut. Entertainment Weekly (July 9): 42

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Schwarzbaum, Lisa. 2004. Spin city: Tobey Maguire swings both human and heroic in the superpowered Spider-Man 2. Entertainment Weekly (July 9): 59-60

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Scott, A. O. 2001. A Comic-Book Artist's Descent Into Unconsciousness, as Freud Might Tell It ['Monkeybone']. New York Times (February 23): B10

Scott, A. O. 2001. In a World Where the Whiz-Bang Gizmos Whiz and Bang [''Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius'' computer animation]. New York Times (December 21)

Scott, A. O. 2002. A maiden voyage to where the live action isn't [Academy Awards and animation]. New York Times (March 10)

Scott, A. O. 2002. Defending Earth, With Worms and a Talking Pug [Men in Black II]. New York Times (July 3)

Scott, A. O. 2002. Muscles Ripple, Webs Unfurl, Hormones Race ['Spider-Man']. New York Times (May 3)

Scott, A. O. 2005. A New Challenge for an Englishman and His Dog [Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit]. New York Times (October 5)

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Scott, A. O. 2007. Voila! A Rat for All Seasonings ['Ratatouille']. New York Times (June 29). Online at http://movies2.nytimes.com/2007/06/29/movies/29rata.html?ex=1340769600anden=8e5e08e83c7d6591andei=5124andpartner=permalinkandexprod=permalink

Scott, A. O. 2007. Why the Movies Keep Digging Into TV’s Bottomless Dustbin [animation]. New York Times (May 6) Online at http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/06/movies/moviesspecial/06scot.html

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Scott, A.O. 2000. Cold comfort [illustrated by Alec Stevens]. New York Times Book Review (June 25): 6

Scott, A.O. 2000. Hey, Moose, do you hear an Iron Curtain falling? ['The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle' animated movie]. New York Times (June 30): B13

Scott, A.O. 2000. Jurassic lark: Rex of the cartoon jungle [Disney computer animated film 'Dinosaur' review]. New York Times (May 19): B10

Scott, A.O. 2000. Masochists always hurt the ones they love ['Sasayaki (Moonlight Whispers)' movie based on Masahiko Kikuni's manga 'Gekko no Sasayaki']. New York Times (November 22): E8

Scott, A.O. 2000. Sense and nonsense: With Starbellied Sneetches and blibber-blubber verse, Dr. seuss invented the modern idea of childhood. The makers of 'Grinch' and 'Seussical' seem not to have noticed. New York Times Magazine (November 26): 48-52, 105

Scott, A.O. 2001. Homer's Oddyssey: After 12 years, how does 'The Simpsons' remain the best show on television? New York Times Magazine (November 4): 42-47

Scott, A.O. 2001. Homer's Odyssey: After 12 years, how does 'The Simpsons' remain the best show on television? New York Times Magazine (November 4): 43-47

Scott, A.O. 2001. Teenagers' Sad World in a Comic Dimension ['Ghost World']. New York Times (July 20)

Scott, A.O. 2002. Escaping Deep-Space Exile and Making Friends in Hawaii [Lilo and Stitch]. New York Times (June 21)

Scott, A.O. 2003. My, a Cat Can Be Mean on a Very Big Screen [Garfield]. New York Times (November 21). online at http://movies2.nytimes.com/2003/11/21/movies/21CAT.html?8dpc

Scott, A.O. 2003. Nostalgia For a Land That Twirls In Dreams [The Triplets of Belleville,' by Sylvan Chomet] New York Times (November 26)

Scott, A.O. 2003. Tall and Green, but No 'Ho, Ho, Ho' [Hulk movie]. New York Times (June 20). online at http://movies2.nytimes.com/2003/06/20/movies/20HULK.html

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Scott, A.O. 2004. A Not-So-Cuddly Cat Cracks a Mean Whip [Catwoman]. New York Times (July 22)

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Scott, A.O. 2004. Moral Guidance From Class Clowns ['Team America']. New York Times (October 15)

Scott, A.O. 2004. Putting Action After Feelings of a Superhero ['Spider-man 2']. New York Times (June 29)

Scott, A.O. 2004. The New Son-in-Law's an Ogre, and Hollywood Is the Target ['Shrek 2' ]. New York Times (May 18)

Scott, A.O. 2006. 'The Ant Bully,' in Which the Bugs Sound Like Movie Stars. New York Times (July 28)

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Scott, A.O. 2008. Returned From the Dead, Ducking Villains and Vixens [Spirit]. New York Times (December 25). Online at http://movies.nytimes.com/2008/12/25/movies/25spir.html?partner=permalink&exprod=permalink

Scott, A.O. 2009. 3-D Fun With a Beefed-Up Bride and a Dumb Blob Named B.O.B. [Monsters vs. Aliens]. New York Times (March 27). Online at http://movies.nytimes.com/2009/03/27/movies/27mons.html

Scott, A.O. 2009. Caught Between Ice and a Coldblooded Killer ['Whiteout']. New York Times (September 11). Online at http://movies.nytimes.com/2009/09/11/movies/11whiteout.html?ref=arts

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Scott, A.O. 2009. Figures Made of Clay in an Imaginary World [$9.99 Israeli-Australian animation]. New York Times (June 19). Online at http://movies.nytimes.com/2009/06/19/movies/19nine.html

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Smith, Andrew A. / Scripps Howard News Service. 2007. Gunslingers, Vampires and Heroes [NBC's ''Heroes,'' Stephen King's '' Dark Tower '' or TNT's ''Angel''] Captain Comics (October 29): http://www.captaincomics.us/Captain-Comics/Gunslingers-Vampires-and-Heroes-Oh-My.html

Smith, Andrew A. / Scripps Howard News Service. 2009. The graphic novel origins of 'Whiteout'. Macomb Daily (September 11): http://www.macombdaily.com/articles/2009/09/11/entertainment/srv0000006362527.txt

Smith, Andrew A. / Scripps Howard. 2002. JLA, JSA top month's reading. [Northern Virginia] Journal (November 1): E32

Smith, Andrew A. / Scripps Howard. 2004. Fleshing out Space Ghost. Maryland / Northern Virginia Journal (November 3): 21

Smith, Andrew A. / Scripps Howard. 2004. Kirby tome tops new works about comics. [Maryland] Journal (December 15): 23

Smith, Andrew A. / Scripps Howard. 2004. Legendary comic book team is reborn: DC Comics relaunches 'Legion of Super-Heroes' ...again. [Maryland] Journal (December 29): 18-19

Smith, Andrew A. / Scripps Howard. 2004. Mxyed up over Superman's foe. Maryland Journal (November 24): 25

Smith, Andrew A. / Scripps Howard. 2005. Daredevil and Elektra: The inside scoop. Northern Virginia Journal (January 14): 28

Smith, Andrew A. / Scripps Howard. 2005.A guide to comic book terminology.Washington Examiner (March 23): 26

Smith, Andrew A. / Scripps Howard. 2005.Marvel's 'House' party: Summer event will shake up comic universe.Washington Examiner (April 20): 28

Smith, Andrew A. / Scripps Howard. 2005.Puppy power: Superpets fly to Cartoon Network [Krypto the Superdog].Washington Examiner (April 6): 31

Smith, Andrew A. 2000. Kane left mark on superhero comics; Artist was known for dynamic work that never became dated [obituary]. Minneapolis Star Tribune (February 11): E13

Smith, Andrew A. 2001. Captain Comics: Marvel to unveil comics for mature readers [scrapping Comics Code]. Scripps Howard News Service (August 29)

Smith, Andrew A. 2001. Captain Comics: The mystery of Edgar Allen Poe [NBM books by Geary, Richard Moore, Moran and Buchet]. Scripps Howard News Service (March 13)

Smith, Andrew A. 2001. The Joker: Get the Hook [Joker: Last Laugh event, Doom Patrol #1, and Supergirl Archives Vol. 1.]. Manchester, NH, Union Leader (October 1)

Smith, Andrew A. 2003. Fast-growing CrossGen titles perfect for kids. Memphis Commercial Appeal (March 23)

Smith, Andrew A. 2003. Readers share views on best comic-to-film rankings: Also-rans still worth a look. Memphis Commercial Appeal (January 19)

Smith, Andrew A. 2003. When comics made the leap to live action, a few soared [movie and television adaptations]. Memphis Commercial Appeal (January 12)

Smith, Andrew A. 2003. Yes, Virginia, there are PG-type comics for kids. Memphis Commercial Appeal (March 16)

Smith, Andrew A. 2004. Characters of old retrofitted for new series [Conan]. Memphis Commercial Appeal (February 8)

Smith, Andrew A. 2004. New Superman movie faces dramatic booby-traps. Maryland Journal (October 27): 19

Smith, Andrew A. 2004. Some super stuff to start '04; Hail the Justice League - straight up and '60s-style. Memphis Commercial Appeal (January 11)

Smith, Andrew A. 2005. Comics to film, rest of 2005. Scripps Howard News Service (September 25). online at http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=22155

Smith, Andrew A. 2005. Disasters in comics. Scripps Howard News Service (September 11). online at http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=22153

Smith, Andrew A. 2005. Find the true Force on Cartoon Network [Star Wars animation]. Comic Buyer's Guide (1606, July). online at http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=22160

Smith, Andrew A. 2005. Justice League Unlimited season 5. Scripps Howard News Service (October 2). online at http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=22156

Smith, Andrew A. 2005. Light the Bat-Signal: Rating Batman [movies]. Comic Buyer's Guide (1607, August). online at http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=22161

Smith, Andrew A. 2005. Reviews [comic books]. Scripps Howard News Service (September 18). online at http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=22154

Smith, Andrew A. 2005. Spotlighting 'The Spirit'. Comic Buyer's Guide (1604, May). online at http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=22158

Smith, Andrew A. 2005. The Fantastic Four Roll Call Comic Buyer's Guide (1608, September). online at http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=22162

Smith, Andrew A. 2005. The sins of 'Sins Past' [Amazing Spider-Man]. Comic Buyer's Guide (1603; April). online at http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=22157

Smith, Andrew A. 2005. Who is the Scarlet Witch? Comic Buyer's Guide (1605; June). online at http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=22159

Smith, Andrew A. 2005.Able to leap fire hydrants in a single bound! [Krypto the Superdog].Scripps Howard News Service (April 10).online at http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=16192

Smith, Andrew A. 2007. More of that Dark Night [''30 Days of Night'' creator Steve Niles]. Scripps Howard News Service (October 16): http://www.captaincomics.us/Captain-Comics/More-of-that-Dark-Night.html

Smith, Andrew A. 2007. The Long Dark Night [''30 Days of Night'' creator Steve Niles]. Scripps Howard News Service (October 8): http://www.captaincomics.us/Captain-Comics/The-Long-Dark-Night.html

Smith, Andrew A. 2008. Childe Rolande to the Dark Tower and other tales [Stephen King]. Scripps Howard News Service (March 4): http://www.captaincomics.us/Captain-Comics/Childe-Rolande-to-the-Dark-Tower-and-other-tales.html

Smith, Andrew A. 2009. Comics: Recent series resurrect Roy Rogers, Tarzan, Turok [Dark Horse Comics]. Scripps Howard News Service (April 21): http://www.scrippsnews.com/node/42653

Smith, Andrew A. 2009. Comics: 'Treachery' continues Marvel's history of Roland Deschain [Stephen King's ''Dark Tower'']. Scripps Howard News Service (May 12): http://www.scrippsnews.com/node/43080

Smith, Andrew A. 2009. Taking a stand [Stephen King's novel ''The Stand'']. Scripps Howard News Service (March 18): http://www.captaincomics.us/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=767&Itemid=1

Smith, Andrew. 1996. Marvel and DC square off in comics warfare [Marvel vs. DC crossover]. Kansas City Star (Feb 19).

Smith, Andrew. 1996. Mr. Sandman (and Neil Gaiman) sends readers one last dream. Kansas City Star (Jan 13).

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Smith, Andrew. 1999. [gorillas and their long and distinguished history on the covers of DC Comics]. Brockton, MA Enterprise (July 5)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Adventure ties New Gotham defenders to comics [Birds of Prey]. Memphis Commercial Appeal (October 13)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Before Dilbert, there was T.H.U.N.D.E.R.: Superheroes battle bad guys and bureaucracy. Memphis Commercial Appeal (December 8)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. 'Black and White' Batman reveals chameleon; Other prizes: '50s Superman survey, a catalog to end catalogs. Memphis Commercial Appeal (October 26)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Calif. comics convention a fun, friendly giant. Memphis Commercial Appeal (August 18)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Curt Swan penciled definitive Man of Steel. Memphis Commercial Appeal (December 15)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Earliest Star Trek issues are so odd, they're just cosmic. Memphis Commercial Appeal (October 20)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Farewell to two greats of the comic-book world [John Buscema, Dan DeCarlo]. Memphis Commerical Appeal (January 20)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Firefighter miniseries reveals world of real heroes: Realistic portrayal renders overdue tribute [''The Call of Duty,'' from Marvel]. Memphis Commercial Appeal June 2, 2002

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Firefighter miniseries reveals world of real heroes: Realistic portrayal renders overdue tribute [''The Call of Duty,'' from Marvel]. Memphis Commercial Appeal June 2, 2002

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Hawkman Swoops Again. Manchester, NH, Union Leader (March 4)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Hold the syrup -- Captain America's a fighter. Memphis Commercial Appeal (April 7)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. In praise of Sun Boy: Hey, he's got a cool costume. Memphis Commercial Appeal (June 9)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. In praise of Sun Boy: Hey, he's got a cool costume. Memphis Commercial Appeal (June 9)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. It's no surprise - comic fans are really quite open-minded [on homosexuality]. Memphis Commercial Appeal ( September 8)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. It's time for Spider-Man's identity to come out. Memphis Commercial Appeal (March 17)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Kids get back into the action-figure action. Memphis Commercial Appeal (December 22)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Loeb, Lee signal quality for Batman. Memphis Commercial Appeal (October 6)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. MAD genius gets due respect from DC Archives. Memphis Commercial Appeal (November 17)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Marveling at the idea of sharing... and suing for a better cut of the profits [Stan Lee, Joe Simon, Jack Kirby]. Memphis Commercial Appeal (December 1)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Miller's Dark Knight II enjoyed best as stark contrast to original. Memphis Commercial Appeal (February 17)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Two-bit snit pits editor, Captain scribe [Peter David and Joe Quesada]. Memphis Commercial Appeal (March 31)

Smith, Andrew. 2002. Where on Earth (or in space) is Buck's anthology? Memphis Commercial Appeal (November 24)

Smith, Andrew. 2003. Comics go with public opinion during wartime. Memphis Commercial Appeal (March 30)

Smith, Andrew. 2003. Movie debuts a decent Daredevil: Romance is compressed. Memphis Commercial Appeal (February 23)

Smith, Andrew. 2004. Best of October/Emerald Rebirth [Green Lantern]. Scripps Howard News Service (October 10): = http://www.captaincomics.us/forums/index.php?showtopic=3D10311

Smith, Andrew. 2005. Super-plans for some icons [DC and Dan DiDio]. Washington Examiner (November 23): 30

Smith, Andy. 2002. Spider-Man Live swings into PPAC for some web-slinging. Providence Journal (October 20)

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Smith, Bruce. 1982. History Of Little Orphan Annie, The. New York: Ballantine

Smith, Bruce. 1982. The history of Little Orphan Annie. New York: Ballantine.

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Smith, Chad. 2006. Squatter cartoonist sees parallels with New Orleans [Seth Tobocman]. Villager 75 (48; April 19-25). online at http://www.thevillager.com/villager_155/aquattercartoonist.html

Smith, Chris. 1999. A big gap to fill rinkside: Show goes on without Schulz. Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 24)

Smith, Chris. 1999. Schulz faces battle with colon cancer. Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 21)

Smith, Chris. 1999. SR's Schulz recovering from surgery. Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 18)

Smith, Chris. 1999. Syndicate set to rerun 'Peanuts' if necessary. Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 23)

Smith, Chris. 2000. Fellow cartoonist [Greg Evans] who worshipped Schulz. Santa Rosa Press Democrat (February 14)

Smith, Chris. 2000. Fellow cartoonists had surprise planned for Sparky; Award now will be giv en posthumously [Charles Schulz]. Santa Rosa Press Democrat (February 22)

Smith, Chris. 2000. World mourns Charles Schulz; SR cartoonist died in his sleep at home. Santa Rosa Press Democrat (February 14)

Smith, Corinne. 2001. Hull library told to yank racy comics: Removal of items to locked room sparks cries of censorship [in Canada]. Ottawa Citizen (December 6)

Smith, Craig S. 2004. Euro Disney Pins Hope on Additions [theme park]. New York Times (October 17)

Smith, Craig S. 2006. Next Step by Weekly in Paris May Be to Mock the Holocaust [Danish Islam cartoons]. New York Times (February 9)

Smith, Craig S. and Ian Fisher. 2006. Temperatures Rise Over Cartoons Mocking Muhammad [Danish Islam cartoons]. New York Times (February 3)

Smith, Craig. 2005. Novel cinema: A cadre of innovative graphic novelists discuss their craft [Smithsonian program with Frank Miller, Paul Pope, Terry Nantier]. [Washington Post] Express (March 10): E6

Smith, Damon. 2000. Up from underground, again [alternative comic books]. Boston Globe (July 9): M1

Smith, Dave & Steven Clark. 1999. Disney: The First 100 Years [By Disney's archivist.]. New York: Hyperion

Smith, Dave and Steven Clark. 1999. Disney - The First 100 Years. Hyperion

Smith, Dave. 1998. Disney A-Z: The Updated Official Encylopedia [By Disney's archivist]. New York: Hyperion

Smith, David Gaddis. 2006. Comic-book treatment of 9/11 report earns high praise. Paramus Post (September 1): http://www.paramuspost.com/article.php/20060831212647656

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Smith, Dean Wesley. 1996. Spider-Man: Goblin's Revenge [Novel. Immediately follows Spider-Man: Carnage in NY.]. New York: Boulevard

Smith, Dean Wesley. 1997. Steel [Novel based on movie.]. New York: Tor

Smith, Dean Wesley. 1997. X-Men: The Jewels Of Cyttorak [Novel.]. New York: Boulevard

Smith, Dean Wesley. 1999. Men In Black: The Green Saliva Blues [novel]. New York: Bantam

Smith, Dean Wesley. 2000. Spider-Man: Emerald Mystery [Novel. Illustrated by Bob Hall, cover by Vince Evans.]. New York: Berkley Boulevard

Smith, Dinitia. 2004. Oh, the places he would go! Exploring Dr. Seuss' moral imagination. New York Times (October 24)

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Smith, Greg. 1999. Political Cartoonists Meet in Iowa Associated Press (October 16)

Smith, Heather. 2008. Kerviel Inspires Comic Book on Societe Generale Trading Loss. Bloomberg (September 23): http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601088&sid=aPvQf9rDuWNw&refer=home

Smith, Ian. 2009. Bizarro' Cartoonist Takes Aim at the Abuse of Cats at St. Louis Children's Hospital; Former WUSTL Student Dan Piraro Teams Up With PETA to Roast Facility for Defying the Experts and Teaching Second-Rate Medicine. Peta Media Center (July 13): http://www.peta.org/mc/NewsItem.asp?id=13317

Smith, Ian. 2009. Cartoonist Joins PETA in Campaign to End Cruel Cat Labs [Dan Piraro]. Rush PR News (August 5): http://www.rushprnews.com/2009/08/05/cartoonist-joins-peta-in-campaign-to-end-cruel-cat-labs/

Smith, J.Y. 1997. Pop Art pioneer Roy Lichtenstein dies. Washington Post (Sep 30):B6.

Smith, J.Y. 2001. Herblock, Longtime Post Cartoonist, Dies. Washington Post (October 8): A1

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Smith, Jeff. 1996. Bone Vol. 1: Out From Boneville . Columbus, OH: Cartoon Books

Smith, Jeff. 1996. Bone Vol. 2: The Great Cow Race . Columbus, OH: Cartoon Books

Smith, Jeff. 1996. Bone Vol. 3: Eyes Of The Storm . Columbus, OH: Cartoon Books

Smith, Jeff. 1997. Bone Vol. 4: The Dragonslayer . Columbus, OH: Cartoon Books

Smith, Jeff. 1998. Bone Vol. 5: Rock Jaw . Columbus, OH: Cartoon Books

Smith, Jeff. 2005.Meet the Author: Jeff Smith [on Bone].Scholastic.com (April): http://www.scholastic.com/bone/author.htm

Smith, Jennifer L. 2007. Whot’s That? Aaron Ashmore - Smallville’s latest story. TV Guide (January 29): 15

Smith, Joan Lowell. 2008. Concerning animals: Missing Earl, helping others -- and a contest [Mutts]. Newark Star-Ledger (April 17). Online at http://www.nj.com/living/ledger/index.ssf?/base/living-0/1208407011272750.xml&coll=1

Smith, Joan Lowell. 2008. Concerning animals: Parting is sweet sorrow for 'Mutts' creator. Newark Star-Ledger (April 3). Online at http://www.nj.com/starledger/stories/index.ssf?/base/living-0/120720100011340.xml&coll=1

Smith, Joel. 2005. Steinberg At The New Yorker [Introduction by Ian Frazier]. New York: Harry N. Abrams

Smith, John M. 1995. The Audio History of the Cartoon History of the Universe: A CD-ROM Title Soundtrack Case Study. CD-ROM Professional 8(9):53.

Smith, John, Hala Innab, Abraham H. Foxman, Paul Mareth, and Daniel F. Lotspeich. 2006. The Muhammad Cartoon Furor (5 Letters) [Danish Islam cartoons]. New York Times (February 4)

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Smith, Ken & Mack White (ill.). 1998. Raw Deal : Horrible and Ironic Stories of Forgotten Americans Blast Books.

Smith, Ken. 1996. Laughing at the way we see: The role of visual organizing principles in cartoon humor. Humor 9(1):19.

Smith, Kenneth. 2000. U(ncertain) S(anity): Uncle Sam by Steve Darnell and Alex Ross [review]. Comics Journal (219; January): 33-36

Smith, Kevin, Joe Quesada, Danny Miki and Richard Isanove. 2001. First Kiss Comics! My Date with Destiny! [fashion comic strip]. New York Times Magazine (August 26): 41-49

Smith, Kevin. 2000. Hot Defection: Stan Lee [interview]. Rolling Stone (September 14)

Smith, Kevin. 2001. A Superman for All Seasons ['Smallville']. TV Guide (December 8): 24

Smith, Kristen M. 1999. The Lines Are Drawn: Political Cartoons of the Civil War. Hill Street

Smith, Kristian. 2009. Celebrated cartoonist revisits UT [Marshall Ramsey]. Daily Beacon of the University of Tennesee (April 15): http://dailybeacon.utk.edu/showarticle.php?articleid=55031

Smith, Kyle. 2006. Bronx Bummer [Everyone's Hero]. New York Post (September 15). online at http://www.nypost.com/entertainment/movies/bronx_bummer_movies_kyle_smith.htm

Smith, Kyle. 2006. Cape Fear: Cliched Whodunit Kryptonite for Tale of Tv's Doomed Superman [Hollywoodland movie and television Superman]. New York Post (September 8). online at http://www.nypost.com/entertainment/movies/cape_fear_movies_kyle_smith.htm

Smith, Kyle. 2007. Fangs For Nothing ['30 Days of Night']. New York Post (October 19). Online at http://www.nypost.com/seven/10192007/entertainment/movies/fangs_for_nothing.htm

Smith, Kyle. 2007. God Isn't Great; Secularism Isn't Much Better [Danish Islam cartoons]. New York Post (May 20): http://www.nypost.com/seven/05202007/postopinion/postopbooks/god_isnt_great_postopbooks_kyle_smith.htm

Smith, Kyle. 2009. Watch It! Dark Comic Is Thrillingly Sophisticated [Watchmen]. New York Post (March 4). Online at http://www.nypost.com/seven/03042009/entertainment/movies/watch_it__157975.htm

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Smith, Leef. 1999. Virginia's Internet Law Challenged; Ban to Protect Children Called Unconstitutional [Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and censorship]. Washington Post (October 7): B1, 4

Smith, LR and BE Ryan. 1997. Language arts achievement level, attitude survey format, and adolescents' attitudes towards reading [using Jim Davis' Garfield]. Adolescence 32 (126; Summer): 271-4

Smith, Matt. 2007. The Mayor’s Audacity [cartoon journalism satire]. SF Weekly (October 31): 6-11

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Smith, Mitchell. 1941. The Art of Caricaturing: A Series of Lessons Covering All Branches of the Art of Caricaturing. Chicago: Frederick J. Drake

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Spurgeon, Tom and Gil Jordan. 1999. Jean-Claude Forest, creator of Barbarella, dies. Comics Journal (210; February): 22-3

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Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Comics Revue #150 edited by Rick Norwood [review]. Comics Journal (208; November): 52

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Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Gare du Nord [review]. Comics Journal (201; January): 39.

Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Harlan Ellison receives 1998 Defender of Liberty award [from Comic Book Legal Defense Fund]. Comics Journal (208; November): 41

Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Ignatz Awards 1998: Same old, same old? [Small Press Expo convention].. Comics Journal (208; November): 25

Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Industry rocked by changes [DC / Wildstorm merger; Marvel staff cuts; Kitchen Sink firings; Gladstone drops Disney]. Comics Journal (208; November): 5-8

Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Industry Rocked By Changes. The Comics Journal (208; November): 5-8

Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Marvel part of Universal [theme park] expansion. Comics Journal (208; November): 42

Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Marvel resolution on a faster track? Comics Journal (201; Jan):16-17.

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Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Proust comic book enjoys publicity bonanza. Comics Journal (208; November): 42

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Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Tintin consultant Chang dies. Comics Journal (208; November): 42

Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Viva la Comix! Happy Birthday, Garfield! The Comics Journal (207; September): 10-11

Spurgeon, Tom. 1998. Zits by Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman [review]. Comics Journal (208; November): 523

Spurgeon, Tom. 1999. Belgian cartoonist Greg dies at 68. Comics Journal (218; December): 20

Spurgeon, Tom. 1999. Bitchy Bitch leaps to stage. Comics Journal (179; August): 19

Spurgeon, Tom. 1999. Deals, deals, deals [Moebius / Dan O'Bannon story 'The Long Tomorrow' optioned for tv series; Peanuts play on Broadway; Maggie Whorf's comic book series 'Bohos' optioned for tv series]. Comics Journal (210; February): 28 '', Spurgeon, Tom. 1999. Dork! #7 by Evan Dorkin [review]. Comics Journal (218; December): 150-151

Spurgeon, Tom. 1999. Evan Dorkin [interview]. Comics Journal (214; July): 38-88

Spurgeon, Tom. 1999. Flase starts, false hopes, false faces. A last look back: The year in comics news, 1998. Comics Journal (211; April): 7-12

Spurgeon, Tom. 1999. How Diamond works. Comics Journal (215; August): 30-39

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Spurgeon, Tom. 1999. Saul Steinberg dies at 84. Comics Journal (213; June): 35-38

Spurgeon, Tom. 1999. The See-Through Company: Is Marvel in chaos? Comics Journal (210; February): 7-9

Spurgeon, Tom. 1999. Tom Roberts, [Cultural Jet Lag] comics writer, dies. Comics Journal (210; February): 24

Spurgeon, Tom. 1999. Warren case moves forward; Publisher claims numerous violations in case against Harris Publications. Comics Journal (210; February): 11-13

Spurgeon, Tom. 2000. Drawing enemy lines: Safe Area Gorazde: The War in Eastern Bosnia, 1992-95 [by Joe Sacco, review]. Comics Journal (227; September): 5-6

Spurgeon, Tom. 2000. The Genius of James Thurber and The Pick of Punch [reviews]. Comics Journal (219; January): 142

Spurgeon, Tom. 2000. Unshakeable [comic books' survival]. Suck (December 1): http://www.suck.com/daily/2000/12/01/1.html

Spurgeon, Tom. 2000. Zoetrope: All-Story Volume Three, Number Four edited by Adrienne Brodeur [review]. Comics Journal (219; January): 143

Spurgeon, Tom. 2001. Excelsi-sore! Stan Lee Media takes pre-holiday hit: Massive lay-offs, trading suspended on stock, SEC investigates. Comics Journal (230; February): 10-13

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. A Short Interview With Bob Andelman [on Eisner]. Comics Reporter (December 11): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/3595/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. A Short Interview with Douglas Fraser. Comics Reporter (June 18): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1924/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. A Short Interview With James Kochalka. Comics Reporter (July 17): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/2292/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. A Short Interview With Jeet Heer and Kent Worcester. Comics Reporter (June 26): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/2032/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. A Short Interview With Jim Ottaviani. Comics Reporter (June 12): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/2253/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. A Short Interview With Keith Jones. Comics Reporter (December 18): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/3629/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. A Short Interview With Larry Young. Comics Reporter (July 3): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/2256/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. A Short Interview With Martin Kellerman, a Short Run from Rocky and a Bonus Chat with Kim Thompson [Sweden]. Comics Reporter (November 20): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/3434/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. A Short Interview With Michael Kupperman. Comics Reporter (August 7): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/2481/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. A Short Interview With Ted Slampyak. Comics Reporter (June 5): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1785/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. An Interview With Dan Nadel. Comics Reporter (November 13): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/3287/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. An Interview with Joe Casey. Comics Reporter (December 4): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/3537/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Brownstein and The CBLDF 2005 Year In Review [Comic Book Legal Defense Fund]. Comicon’s The Pulse (December 9): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=004520

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Frank Miller On-Line. The Comics Reporter (April 3): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1291/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Interview with Cartoonist Johnny Ryan. Comics Reporter (March 24): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1211/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Interview With Cartoonist Mark Heath [Spot the Frog]. Comics Reporter (March 25): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1199/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Interview With Cartoonist Peter Bagge. Comics Reporter (March 21): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1210/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Interview With Cartoonist Scott Mills. Comics Reporter (March 22): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1197/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Interview With James Kimball of Pantheon Books. Comics Reporter (March 22): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1177/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Interview with Publisher Nadia Katz-Wise of Typocrat Press. Comics Reporter (March 24): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1196/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Interview With Writer Matt Fraction. Comics Reporter (March 25): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1198/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Interview: Jeff Smith (1999). Comics Reporter (March 21): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1179/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Interview: John Romita (2002). Comics Reporter (March 22): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1178/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Marjane Satrapi On-Line. The Comics Reporter (April 24): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1420/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Short Chat With Cartoonist Alex Robinson. Comics Reporter (March 21): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/briefings/commentary/1213/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Spiegelman Looking Forward To Lafayette Despite Controversy. Comicon's The Pulse (February 21): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=003482

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. Stan Lee's Lawyer: 'Marvel Should Honor its Obligation to Stan'. Pulse (January 21): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=3Dget_topic&f=3D36&t=3D= 00335 6

Spurgeon, Tom. 2005. The Spirit of Will Eisner: Talking with Bob Andelman. PW Comics Week (November 15): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6283769.html

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Brief Interview with Comic-Con International's David Glanzer About Housing and Registration. Comics Reporter (July 3): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/news_story/5486/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Cartoonist, Artist and Illustrator Peter Bergting [of Sweden]. Comics Reporter (December 22): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/holiday_interviews_5_peter_bergting/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Ed Brubaker. Comics Reporter (August 27): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/5964/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Eddie Campbell. Comics Reporter (May 7): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/4621/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Gabrielle Bell. Comics Reporter (November 5): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/6581/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Gerry Alanguilan. Comics Reporter (October 14): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/6314/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Greg Sadowski and Gary Groth [on Kurtzman book]. Comics Reporter (December 16): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/6895/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With James Vance. Comics Reporter (August 13): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/5875/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Jeff Parker [on Marvel Comics and Alex Toth]. Comics Reporter (August 5): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/5755/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Joe Ollmann. Comics Reporter (December 10): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/6934/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Johnny Ryan. Comics Reporter (June 18): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/5304/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Kazimir Strzepek. Comics Reporter (November 19): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/6813/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Matt Madden. Comics Reporter (January 8): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/3917/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With R Stevens On Diesel Sweeties' Newspaper Syndication Deal. Comics Reporter (September 7): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/6123/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Shaenon Garrity. Comics Reporter (December 18): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/an_interview_with_shaenon_garrit y/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. A Short Interview With Tom Devlin About The Moomin Series. Comics Reporter (October 28): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/6562/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. An Interview With Buzz Dixon. Comics Reporter (March 26): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/4576/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. An Interview With Ed Brubaker (2004). Comics Reporter (September 2): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/6073/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. An Interview With Grady Klein. Comics Reporter (April 30): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/4600/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. An Interview With Mark Siegel, Part One [First Second editor]. Comics Reporter ( April 23): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/4610/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. An Interview With Renee French. Comics Reporter (April 16): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/4288/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. An Interview With Todd Hignite. Comics Reporter (July 23): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/5349/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. Art Spiegelman Withdraws Art From Jewish Museum Portion of Masters Exhibit. Comics Reporter (September 15): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/art_spiegelman_withdraws_art_from_jewish_museum_portion_of_masters_exhibit/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. CBLDF Sends Letter To Marshall, Missouri; Craig Thompson Statement. Comics Reporter (October 9): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cbldf_sends_letter_to_marshall_missouri_craig_thompson_statement/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. Comics as Art: We Told You So. Seattle: Fantagraphics Books

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. Holiday Interviews #2: Joe McCulloch - ‘Spider-Man is a Dirty Tease With His Dirty Golden Spats’: An Interview With Comics Critic Joe ‘Jog’ McCulloch. Comics Reporter (December 19): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/an_interview_with_joe_jog_mcculloch/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. Holiday Interviews #3: Anne Ishii - An Interview With Vertical, Inc. Director of Marketing and Publicity Anne Ishii. Comics Reporter (December 20): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/a_short_interview_with_anne_ishii/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. Holiday Interviews #4: Jacob Covey - An Interview With Art Director Jacob Covey [of Fantagraphics]. Comics Reporter (December 21): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/a_short_interview_with_jacob_covey/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. Holiday Interviews #6: Chris Oliveros - A Short Interview With Publisher Chris Oliveros [of Drawn and Quarterly]. Comics Reporter (December 26): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/holiday_interviews_7_chris_oliveros/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. Holiday Interviews #8 -- Jamie S. Rich. Comics Reporter (December 28): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/holiday_interviews_8_jamie_s_rich/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. Martin Nodell, 1915-2006. Comics Reporter (December 11): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/martin_nodell_1915_2006/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2006. Milton Caniff's Aircraft Insignia Art. Comics Reporter (June 9): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/miltons_caniff_aircraft_insignia_art/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. A Short Interview With Aleksandar Zograf. Comics Reporter (January 7): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/7202/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. A Short Interview With David Lloyd. Comics Reporter (January 14): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/7236/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. A Short Interview With Jason. Comics Reporter (January 27): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/7393/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. A Short Interview With Jordan Crane. The Comics Reporter (May 13): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/8258/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. A Short Interview With K. Thor Jensen. Comics Reporter (April 14): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/8144/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. A Short Interview With Nate Powell. Comics Reporter (April 8): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/8137/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. A Short Interview With Nick Bertozzi. Comics Reporter (April 28): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/8232/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. A Short Interview With Paul Grist. Comics Reporter (February 10): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/7532/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. A Short Interview With Richard Sala. Comics Reporter (February 3): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/resources/interviews/7447/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. CR Holiday Interview #3: Simon Gane. Comics Reporter (December 18): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_3_simon_gane/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. CR Holiday Interview #4: Will Pfeifer. Comics Reporter (December 19): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_10/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. CR Holiday Interview #5: Tom Devlin. Comics Reporter (December 20): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_15_tom_devlin/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. CR Holiday Interview #6: Tim Hodler on the Year in Art Comics. Comics Reporter (December 21): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_6_tim_hodler/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. CR Sunday Interview: Brett Warnock [of Top Shelf]. Comics Reporter (June 24): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_brett_warnock/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. CR Sunday Interview: Charles Brownstein [Comic Book Legal Defense Fund]. Comics Reporter (October 21): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/a_short_interview_with_charles_brownstein/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. CR Sunday Interview: Jeet Heer. Comics Reporter (July 8): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_jeet_heer/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. CR Sunday Interview: Joe Casey. Comics Reporter (June 10): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_joe_casey/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. CR Sunday Interview: Paul Karasik. Comics Reporter (June 17): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_paul_karasik/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. CR Sunday Interview: Steven Weissman. Comics Reporter (September 23): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_steven_weissman/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. More Marvel-ous movies? With its top-tier heroes all spoken for, the comic book icon looks to its bench for box-office hits. Los Angeles Times (May 12). Online at http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/la-oe-spurgeon12may12,0,7482762.story?coll=la-opinion-rightrail

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. Newsmaker: Brendan Burford [King Features Syndicate comic strip editor]. Comics Reporter (May 1): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_feature_a_short_interview_with_king_features_brendan_burford/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. Newsmaker: Tim Leong [Comics Foundry website]. Comics Reporter (May 18): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/newsmaker_tim_leong/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2007. Newsmakers: New ComicsPro Board Members Trujillo, Lowell and D'Angelo. Comics Reporter (May 3): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/comicspro_new_member_interviews/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. A Short Interview With Joe Casey About The Act of Promoting His Comics. Comics Reporter (February 27): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/a_short_interview_with_joe_casey_about_the_act_of_promoting_his_comics/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CBR: DC Comics Ends Minx Imprint. Comics Reporter (September 25): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cbr_dc_comics_ends_minx_imprint/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #10: Frank Santoro. Comics Reporter (January 5): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_8_frank_santoro/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #11: Vito Delsante [comics writer and Jim Hanley's Universe store]. Comics Reporter (January 5): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_9_vito_delsante/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #12: Karen Berger. Comics Reporter (January 6): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_13/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #13: Francoise Mouly. Comics Reporter (January 6): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_7/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #14: Sean T. Collins on The Year In Mainstream Comics. Comics Reporter (January 7): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_2_graeme_mcmillan_on_the_year_in_mainstream_comics/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #15: Alan Gardner on the Year in Newspaper Strips and Editorial Cartooning. Comics Reporter (January 7): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_19/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #2: Jeet Heer On Little Orphan Annie. Comics Reporter (December 23): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_2_jeet_heer_on_little_orphan_annie/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #3: Tucker Stone On The Year In Mainstream Comics. Comics Reporter (December 24): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_tucker_stone_on_the_year_in_mainstream_comics/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #4: Sean T. Collins On The Year In Alternative/Arts Comics. Comics Reporter (December 26): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_4_sean_t_collins_on_alternative_arts_comics/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #5: Dan Nadel. Comics Reporter (December 27): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_5_dan_nadel/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #6: Eddie Campbell. Comics Reporter (December 28): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_xx_eddie_campbell/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #7: Kurt Busiek. Comics Reporter (December 29): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_xx_kurt_busiek/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #8: Matt Forsythe. Comics Reporter (December 30): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_xx_matt_forsythe/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Holiday Interview #9: Batton Lash. Comics Reporter (December 31): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_9_batton_lash/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Newsmaker: Sammy Harkham. Comics Reporter (August 27): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_newsmaker_sammy_harkham/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Sunday Feature: The 50 Things That Every Comics Collection Truly Needs. Comics Reporter (September 28): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/fifty_things_that_every_great_comics_collection_needs_to_have/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Sunday Interview: Douglas Wolk. Comics Reporter (February 17): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_20_doug_wolk/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Sunday Interview: Fred Hembeck. Comics Reporter (March 9): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_fred_hembeck/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Sunday Interview: James Kochalka. Comics Reporter (November 23): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_james_kochalka/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Sunday Interview: James Turner. Comics Reporter (January 13): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_17/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Sunday Interview: Lynda Barry. Comics Reporter (June 29): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_lynda_barry/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Sunday Interview: Richard Thompson. Comics Reporter (January 20): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_richard_thompson/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Sunday Interview: Scott McCloud. Comics Reporter (September 14): http://www.comicsreporter.com/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Sunday Interview: T. Alixopulos. Comics Reporter (September 21): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_t_alixopulos/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Sunday Interview: Thomas Scioli. Comics Reporter (June 8): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_tom_scioli/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. CR Sunday Interview: Tim Lane [on Abandoned Cars]. Comics Reporter (August 17): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_tim_lane/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. Dave Stevens, 1955-2008. Comics Reporter (March 12): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/dave_stevens_1955_2008/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. Jack Kamen, 1920-2008. Comics Reporter (August 7): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/jack_kame_1920_2008/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. Newsmaker Interview: Tony Shenton [Fantagraphics sales representative]. Comics Reporter (May 28): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/newsmaker_interview_tony_shenton/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. R. Crumb's Underground Closing At Frye. Comics Reporter (April 25): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/r_crumbs_underground_closing_at_frye/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. Steve Gerber, 1947-2008. Comics Reporter (February 11): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/steve_gerber_1947_2008/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2008. That Obama Cartoon: What You Think [Blitt caricature]. Comics Reporter (July 15): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/that_obama_cartoon_what_you_think/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. Claude Moliterni, 1932-2009. Comics Reporter (January 22): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/claude_moliterni_1932_2009/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. CR Holiday Interview #11: Karl Stevens. Comics Reporter (January 3): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_xx_karl_stevens/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. CR Holiday Interview #12: Matt Fraction. Comics Reporter (January 4): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_holiday_interview_xx_matt_fraction/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. CR Newsmaker: Kim Thompson On Fantagraphics Publishing Jacques Tardi. Comics Reporter (March 10): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_newsmaker_kim_thompson_on_fantagraphics_publishing_jacques_tardi/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. CR Sunday Interview: Carol Tyler. Comics Reporter (July 5): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_carol_tyler/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. CR Sunday Interview: Craig Yoe. Comics Reporter (May 17): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_craig_yoe/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. CR Sunday Interview: Lance Fensterman [New York Comic-Con]. Comics Reporter (January 25): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_lance_fensterman/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. CR Sunday Interview: Lilli Carre. Comics Reporter (August 2): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_interview_lilli_carre/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. CR Sunday Interview: Peter Bagge. Comics Reporter (July 12): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/cr_sunday_feature_peter_bagge072509/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. Gary Groth On TCJ Post-#300 Moves [Comics Journal]. Comics Reporter (October 28): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/gary_groth_on_tcj_post_300_moves/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. Martin Vaughn-James, 1943-2009 [French cartoonist]. Comics Reporter (July 8): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/martin_vaughn_james_1943_2009/

Spurgeon, Tom. 2009. Why Diamond's New Minimums Policy Is Wrong, & What They Should Do About It. Comics Reporter (February 8): http://www.comicsreporter.com/index.php/why_diamonds_new_minimums_policy_is_wrong_and_what_they_should_do_about_it/

Spurgeon, Whit. 1999. Signal to Noise benefit highlights CBLDF fundraising weekend [play adaptation of Gaiman and McKean graphic novel]. Comics Journal (210; February): 18-9

Spurlock, Duane. 2008. ''Where Have All the Fans Gone?'': An Interview with Henning Kure [Tarzan comic books, from 1992]. Pulprack (November 17): http://pulprack.com/arch/2008/11/awhere_have_all.html

Spurlock, J. David (ed.). 1998. Steranko: Graphic Prince of Darkness. Vanguard.

Spurlock, J. David. 1998. Steranko's unknown Marvels: His short (but sweet) career as '70s Marvel cover artist Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 58-9

Square, Leah. 2009. Chamber to hold awards banquet [Marshall Ramsey]. Madison County Herald (January 17). Online at http://www.mcherald.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090117/GO/901170301/1010

Squirek, Mark. 2002. Maximizing Diamond: More ways to 'work the system'. Comics and Games Retailer (126; September): 50, 56

Squirek, Mark. 2003. Brave New World: Personal journey leads to entrepeneurship for California comics-shop owner [Adam Freeman]. Comics and Games Retailer (137; August): 50-54

Squirek, Mark. 2003. Earthworld Comics: A down-to-earth comic-book store. Comics and Games Retailer (138; September): 56-58

Squirek, Mark. 2003. On comic ground: Experiences as a collector advise retailer's business plan [Marilyn Goodman and On Comic Ground store]. Comics and Games Retailer (135; June): 58-59

Squirek, Mark. 2004. >From fan to retailer: Brian Peets builds his own store - A-1 Comics. Comics and Games Retailer (153; December): 40-46

Squirek, Mark. 2004. An Amazing Fantasy: Life-long comics interest leads to four-store chain. Comics and Games Retailer (151; October): 44-49

Squirek, Mark. 2005. Touring for new ideas: Cross-country travel benefits Midwestern retailer [Dragon's Lair]. Comics and Games Retailer (154; January): 10-20

Sragow, Michael. 1997. Hommes en noir: film blanc: A refreshingly small, and forgettable, sci-fi farce [Men in Black movie]. Dallas Observer (July 3). online at http://www.dallasobserver.com/issues/1997-07-03/film2.html

Sragow, Michael. 1997. Muscle bound; Disney's Hercules is all brawn, no brain [animation]. Dallas Observer (June 26). online at http://www.dallasobserver.com/issues/1997-06-26/film3.html

Sragow, Michael. 1998. Making a mountain out of an anthill; The craftsmen at Pixar delight with the inventive and enchanting A Bug's Life [Disney animation]. Dallas Observer (November 26). online at http://www.dallasobserver.com/issues/1998-11-26/film4.html

Sragow, Michael. 1998. This tomboy's life; With the gender-bending Mulan, Disney's head is in the right place, but the heart is missing [animation]. Dallas Observer (June 18). online at http://www.dallasobserver.com/issues/1998-06-18/film.html

Sragow, Michael. 2000. 'Chicken Run': The first feature from the creators of 'Wallace and Gromit is a plucking good time. Salon (June 21): http://www.salon.com/ent/movies/review/2000/06/21/chicken_run/index.html

Sragow, Michael. 2000. 'Dinosaur'; Bambi meets Godzilla: Disney goes for the goo in a by-turns gory and sappy new epic of computer-generated images. Salon (May 19): http://www.salon.com/ent/movies/review/2000/05/19/dinosaur/index.html

Sragow, Michael. 2000. Great escapists: 'Chicken Run' creators Nick Park and Peter Lord talk about animating with emotion, Mel Gibson's patriotic rooster and finding an idea with legs, er, drumsticks. Salon (June 22): http://www.salon.com./ent/col/srag/2000/06/22/chicken/index.html

Sragow, Michael. 2008. LaRoque: Quick on the draw; Illustrator to put his touch on Velocity miniseries. Baltimore Sun (March 9). Online at http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/movies/news/bal-al.work09mar09,0,2977040.story

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Sudell, Denise. 2002. A Serious Interview With a Funny Writer, Part Two - John Lustig. Sequential Tart (March)

Sudell, Denise. 2002. A Serious Interview with a Funny Writer: John Lustig. Sequential Tart (February)

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Sudell, Denise. 2002. Queer Characters: Hook 'Em Up, Then Shoot 'Em Down [homosexuality]. Sequential Tart (April)

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Sudell, Denise. 2002. Transcript from 'Gays In Comics: Crossfire' Panel at Comic­Con International: San Diego Part Two. Sequential Tart (October)

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Suintres, John . 2006. Christos Gage, When Greeks Collide. Word Balloon (December 18?): http://www.wordballoon.com/GAGE.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Brad Meltzer Gets Booked. Word Balloon (September 3): http://www.wordballoon.com/BRAD.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Brian Azzarello, No Alibis. Word Balloon (September 26): http://www.wordballoon.com/azzarello.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Crossing Swords With Ben Lichius and The Black Coat. Word Balloon (December 21): http://www.wordballoon.com/LICHIUS.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Dan Didio, What Do You Think You're Doing? Word Balloon (December 13?): http://www.wordballoon.com/DIDIO.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Denny O'Neil Answers The Question. Word Balloon (December 6): http://www.wordballoon.com/ONEIL.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Ed Brubaker Cases the Joint [interview]. Word Balloon (August 21): http://www.wordballoon.com/BRUBAKER.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Eureka's Andrew Cosby Stake's (Sic) His Claim. Word Balloon (September 18): http://www.wordballoon.com/COSBY.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Geoff Johns's Corner of the Dc Universe. Word Balloon (October 31): http://www.wordballoon.com/GEOFFJOHNS.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Globetrotting With Steve Bryant And Athena Voltaire. Word Balloon (December 26): http://www.wordballoon.com/BRYANT.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Jeff Parker Spymaster to the Agents of Atlas. Word Balloon (September 30): http://www.wordballoon.com/PARKER.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Joe Casey Interview. Word Balloon (April 12): http://www.wordballoon.com/CASEY.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Joe Quesada and the Whole Enchilada. Word Balloon (October 19): http://www.wordballoon.com/JOEQ.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Kurt Busiek Interview. World Balloon (April 25): http://www.wordballoon.com/BUSIEK.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Mark Millar, a Civil Conversation. Word Balloon (September 11): http://www.wordballoon.com/MILLAR.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Mark Waid Keeper Of The DCU Flame. Word Balloon (November 24): http://www.wordballoon.com/WAID.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Marvel Editor Axel Alonso. Word Balloon (May 8): http://www.wordballoon.com/AXEL.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Matt Fraction Is Melting My Brain! Word Balloon (December 1): http://www.wordballoon.com/FRACTION.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Max Allan Collins [interview]. Word Balloon (July 30): http://www.wordballoon.com/MAX.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Michael Avon Oeming's Tales of Mythic Proportions. Word Balloon (October 4): http://www.wordballoon.com/OEMING.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Paul DeMeo & Danny Billson Interview #2 [Flash]. Word Balloon (November 19): http://www.wordballoon.com/FLASHGUYS.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Paul Gulacy-Master Of Kung Fu. Word Balloon (December 31): http://media-c02m03.libsyn.com/podcasts/61b8824cc3a17115ac33d020529e0110/45aa4bb2/wordballoon/WBgulacy.mp3

Suintres, John. 2006. Ross Ritchie Lays down the Boom (Studios) [interview]. Word Balloon (August 24): http://www.wordballoon.com/BOOM.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Scott Hinze, Fanboy At Large. Word Balloon (September 8): http://www.wordballoon.com/Hinze.html

Suintres, John. 2006. The Bendis Tapes May Edition Part 1. Word Balloon (May 11): http://www.wordballoon.com/BENDIS.html

Suintres, John. 2006. The Bendis Tapes, November Edition. Word Balloon (November 10): http://www.wordballoon.com/BENDIS.html

Suintres, John. 2006. The Bendis Tapes:back to School Edition. Word Balloon (August 12-18): http://www.wordballoon.com/BENDIS.html

Suintres, John. 2006. The Moonstone Books Phantom 2006 San Diego Presentation. Word Balloon (September 10): http://www.wordballoon.com/PHANTOMPANEL.html

Suintres, John. 2006. The Wrath of Haun: Jeremy Haun Interview. Word Ballon (October 11): http://www.wordballoon.com/HAUN.html

Suintres, John. 2006. To Hell(boy) and back , with Mike Mignola Word Balloon (October 24): http://www.wordballoon.com/MIGNOLA.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Walking Through The Park With Daniel Way. Word Balloon: http://www.wordballoon.com/WAY.html

Suintres, John. 2006. Wizard World Chicago 2006 Coverage. Word Balloon (August 8): http://www.wordballoon.com/WIZ06.html

Suintres, John. 2007. Drew Friedman and the Original Kings Of Comedy. Word Balloon (March 28): http://wordballoon.blogspot.com/2007/03/drew-freidman-and-original-kings-of.html

Suintres, John. 2007. Ed Brubaker: Cap Is dead...Now What ? Word Balloon (May 21): http://wordballoon.blogspot.com/2007/05/ed-brubaker-cap-is-deadnow-what.html

Suintres, John. 2007. Geof Darrow From Hard Boiled action, to Shaolin Serenity [2004 interview]. Word Balloon (May 13): http://wordballoon.blogspot.com/2007/05/geof-darrow-from-hard-boiled-action-to.html

Suintres, John. 2007. Geoff Johns After The 52 Grind. Word Balloon (May 31): http://wordballoon.blogspot.com/2007/05/geoff-johns-after-52-grind.html

Suintres, John. 2007. HACKing and SLASHing , with Tim Seeley. Word Balloon (January 24): http://www.wordballoon.blogspot.com/

Suintres, John. 2007. Heroes - Jesse Alexander unlocks the secrets. Word Balloon (May 15): http://media.libsyn.com/media/wordballoon/WBjessealexander.mp3

Suintres, John. 2007. In The Trenches, With Matt Fraction. Word Balloon (April 12): http://wordballoon.blogspot.com/2007/04/in-trenches-with-matt-fraction.html

Suintres, John. 2007. Jay Faerber's Noblest Causes. Word Balloon (February 19): http://www.wordballoon.com/FAERBER.html

Suintres, John. 2007. Spiting Venom, with David Michelinie. Word Balloon (April 6): http://wordballoon.blogspot.com/2007/04/spiting-venom-with-david-michelinie.html

Suintres, John. 2007. The Bendis Tapes Special Post NYCC Edition. Word Balloon (February 26): http://www.wordballoon.com/BENDIS07.html

Suintres, John. 2007. The Greg Rucka Debrief 2007 edition-part 1. Word Balloon (April 18): http://wordballoon.blogspot.com/2007/04/greg-rucka-debrief-2007-edition-part-1.html

Suintres, John. 2007. The Nightly News Designed By Jonathon Hickman. Word Ballon (January 9): http://wordballoon.blogspot.com/2007_01_01_archive.html

Suintres, John. 2007. The Rucka '07 Debrief pt 2. Word Balloon (April 25): http://wordballoon.blogspot.com/2007/04/rucka-07-debrief-pt-2.html

Suintres, John. 2007. Tim Bradstreet Covers It All pt 1. Word Balloon (June 6): http://wordballoon.blogspot.com/2007/06/tim-bradstreet-covers-it-all-pt-1.html

Suintres, John. 2007. View From The Floor, At Orlando's FX Con. Word Ballooon (February): http://www.wordballoon.com/FXCON.html

Suintres, John. 2008. Word Balloon: Alex Ross - Batman, JSA and More [Batman: Black & White motion comics]. Newsarama (December 4): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/120804-Word-Balloon-Ross.html

Suintres, John. 2009. Brian Michael Bendis: Spider Woman Motion Comic. Newsarama (February 25): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=26244

Suintres, John. 2009. Chris Eliopoulos @ NYCC 2009 Newsarama (March): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=26528

Suintres, John. 2009. Daredevil, Kabuki & Electric Ant: David Mack. Newsarama (March): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=26553

Suintres, John. 2009. David Lloyd @ NYCC 2009. Newsarama (March): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=26547

Suintres, John. 2009. Len Wein @ NYCC 2009. Newsarama (March): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=26369

Suintres, John. 2009. Leonard Kirk and Jeff Parker @ NYCC 2009 Part 1-2 [Captain Britain, Agents of Atlas]. Newsarama (March): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=26532 and http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=26535

Suintres, John. 2009. Paul Levitz @ NYCC 2009 [DC Comics publisher]. Newsarama (February): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=26058

Suintres, John. 2009. Sean McKeever @ NYCC 2009 [Teen Titans]. Newsarama (March): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=26530

Suintres, John. 2009. Star Wars Legacy: John Ostrander & Jan Duursema. Newsarama (March): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=26510

Suintres, John. 2009. The Elephantmen: with Richard Starkings. Newsarama (March): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=26648

Suintres, John. 2009. Word Ballon: Rick Remender Practices Voodoo, Punishes Guilty. Newsarama (September 17): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/090917-Word-Balloon-Remender.html and http://media.libsyn.com/media/wordballoon/WBremender0909.mp3

Suintres, John. 2009. Word Balloon Exclusive: Robert Kirkman. Newsarama (September 3): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=30514

Suintres, John. 2009. Word Balloon Exclusive: Robert Kirkman. Newsarama (September): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=30514

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Szadkowski, Joseph. 2000. Zadzooks! Close look at human side of conflict in the Balkans [Sacco]. Washington Times (April 8): B2

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2000. Zadzooks! Collecting comics: New Green Lantern tales don't hold up to original. Washington Times (May 27): B2

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2001. Joker's Latest Scheme Is No Laughing Matter. Washington Times (September 15)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2003. A violent, evocative romp from brain behind Spawn. Washington Times (December 27)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2003. Computer animation surges forward. Washington Times (August 14)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2003. George Perez draws life into comic superheroes. Washington Times (February 22)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2003. Spider-Man and sidekick weave muddled adventure. Washington Times (November 21). online at http://washingtontimes.com/arts/20031121-081104-5881r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2004. 'Incredibles' creator eyes superheroes' home lives ['Iron Giant' director Brad Bird, Will Eisner]. Washington Times (October 23). online at http://washingtontimes.com/arts/20041022-090900-7146r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. 'Batman Begins' package does justice to Caped One. Washington Times (October 22)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. Book celebrates the Goon, and so does creator Powell. Washington Times (October 8)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. 'Bride' a chillingly fun visit. Washington Times (September 25)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. Bump on head does good for warrior, target Earth [toys]. Washington Times (December 3) Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. Nightmare 3, Triple Threat rate a ho-hum response [videogames]. Washington Times (December 10)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. 'Catwoman' DVD fizzles, but Kitt extra is enjoyable. WASHINGTON TIMES (January 7). online at http://www.washtimes.com/entertainment/20050107-093859-7374r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. 'Country' filled with scenes of childhood deprivation. Washington Times (September 24)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. DVD set traces complete history of Batman films. Washington Times (November 12)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. Fantastic Four Blasters help opponents see light. Washington Times (December 17)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. Inside the neurotic minds of familiar characters [comic book reviews]. Washington Times (March 26)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. Memorable 'Sin City,' dismal 'Fantastic Four' [movies]. Washington Times (December 24)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. Presidents dignify toy fair in popular politician line. Washington Times (March 12). online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20050311-091131-7933r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. Reflections on teen guilt: Breathtaking art, but story has limits in 'MirrorMask'. Washington Times (September 30)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. Shanna battles dinosaurs. Washington Times (November 26)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. Spider-Man and Venom battle for control of city [videogame]. Washington Times (November 19)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. Spirit of the season is spoiled by holiday chaos. Washington Times (December 31)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. The Escapist must stop postwar Nazi activity. Washington Times (January 29): C9

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. The real Puffy AmiYumi leave TV 'toon fans happy [anime]. WASHINGTON TIMES (August 27)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005. X-Men, Mutants link up to battle with Apocalypse. Washington Times (October 15)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2005.Justice League heroes, fire­breathing Berserker.Washington Times (April 2).online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20050401­093359­6222r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006 Captain ready for action; Thamuz menaces Spawn. Washington Times (August 5)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006 Epic relic search with Lara is loaded with adventure [Lara Croft, Tomb Raider]. Washington Times (June 17)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006 Krypto says 'Woof, woof' to cartoon series on DVD [Justice League, X-Men: Evolution]. Washington Times (June 10)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006 Superman action figure searches for redemption. Washington Times (July 1)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006 Teen Titans called to duty to thwart 10 worst villains. Washington Times (July 15)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. 1 Year Later DC Comics adds to the Infinite Crisis. Washington Times (March 25). online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061101-100820-7230r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. 3 heroes restart history of Justice League's glory. Washington Times (August 26)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. A great hero devolves as plotters play re-creator [Spider-Man: The Other]. Washington Times (April 22)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Action fans will perk up for old-style macho hero [comic book reviews]. Washington Times (July 29)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Animated 'Star Trek' cast; Donner's 'Superman II'. Washington Times (December 9). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061208-082514-3075r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Avengers take on latest alien threat to the planet. Washington Times (February 11)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Batman, Spirit in Hawaii; Spider-Girl back in action. Washington Times (December 30). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061229-092545-5077r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Bizarro issues challenge to archrival, Man of Steel. Washington Times (April 1)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Bizarro issues challenge to archrival, Man of Steel [toys, Infinite Crisis]. Washington Times (April 1)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Borne of a wave of creativity [V for Vendetta movie]. Washington Times (March 17)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Civil War epic explores many critical social issues. Washington Times (September 30)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Classic 'Star Wars' figures put George Lucas in play. Washington Times (May 6)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. DC Comics' Infinite Crisis revisits 1985 successes. Washington Times (January 28). online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20060127-083634-4157r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Dragon Ball Z's Fighters do battle with a monster. Washington Times (March 18)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. From Darth to Washington, action stars have shrunk. Washington Times (February 4)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Gift ideas that will thrill cartoon, comic-book fans. Washington Times (December 16). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061215-084936-4272r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Graphic-novel adaptation ignores its true 'History' Washington Times (March 11).

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Heroes must again save the world from Brainiac Washington Times (November 11). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061110-090558-1845r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Hilarity reigns as Tick, pals battle absurd villains. Washington Times (September 23)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Hong Kong Phooey bats at villains in 3-D action. Washington Times (October 7). online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061006-084935-5318r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Hungry Monster House gobbles up young heroes. Washington Times (August 19)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. 'Incredible' powers retained for full superhero action [videogame]. Washington Times (January 21)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. 'Justice League' on DVD; 'King Kong' weak on extras. Washington Times (April 8)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. 'Justice League' on DVD; 'King Kong' weak on extras. Washington Times (April 8, 2006

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Lego builds its inventory of Batman-related figures Washington Times (February 25)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Moon Knight is restored to life, set to battle crime [toys]. Washington Times (September 2)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. One Piece takes players on adventure with pirates [videogame based on Japanese manga and anime by Eiichiro Oda]. Washington Times (October 21). online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/functions/print.php?StoryID=20061020-084920-4295r

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Original TV 'Superman' 2nd season now on DVD. Washington Times (January 14)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. 'Phantom' artist's work recalls childhood memories [Graham Nolan]. Washington Times (February 18). Online at http://washingtontimes.com/functions/print.php?StoryID=20060217-092131-4835r

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Plagues pummel Earth, good fights evil in Spawn. Washington Times (November 25). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/functions/print.php?StoryID=20061124-090648-1518r

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Quality figure of Thanos goes easy on the budget. Washington Times (January 7).

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. 'Robot Chicken' first year tastelessly assaults viewers [Adult Swim animation]. Washington Times (May 13)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Scissorhands inventor a detailed, dapper figure. Washington Times (November 4). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061103-090307-9495r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Snake's looking for data but gets a blast of action [videogames and comic books] Washington Times (April 15)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Snake's looking for data but gets a blast of action. Washington Times (April 15)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Snoopy's dogfight with Red Baron [Peanuts videogame]. Washington Times (November 2)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Squad of horror figures engages in deadly game [HeroClix games]. Washington Times (September 9)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Star Wars action figures hit right note for season. Washington Times (December 2). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061201-084853-6055r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. The 'Justice League' team has returned on DVD set. Washington Times (November 18). online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061117-085913-9915r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. The 'Pumpkin' is still special [‘It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown’ Peanuts animation]. Washington Times (October 27). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061026-102733-7957r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Toy fair figures can tickle the interest of action fans. Washington Times (March 4)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Trivia tests, side missions part of search for villains [videogames]. Washington Times (December 23). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061222-093839-6972r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. Ultimate Avengers get round 2 of animation mix ['V for Vendetta': Special Edition; 'The Boondocks': The Complete First Season]. Washington Times (August 12)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. X-Factor series takes humorous, clever turns. Washington Times (May 27)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. X-Men game not up to challenge. Washington Times (June 8). online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20060607-094157-6472r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. 'X-Men' make their stand in a Georgetown sit-down [movie]. Washington Times (May 20): http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20060519-091028-5586r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. X-Men take a stand, Tracy a slapstick injustice. Washington Times (October 14). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20061013-085321-9456r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2006. 'Zoom' taps superpowers. Washington Times (August 20)

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Animated ninja figures learn all about warrior art [Naruto: Uncut Boxed Set, Simpsons]. Washington Times (January 13). Online at http://washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070112-105906-1258r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Bone creator sees skies sunny ahead for industry [Jeff Smith]. Washington Times (June 23). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/article/20070623/ENTERTAINMENT/106230014/1007

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Convoluted plot spoils Man of Steel's comeback [Superman Returns videogame]. Washington Times (January 20). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070119-090217-6513r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Darth Sidious is perfect Star Wars creature [toys]. Washington Times September 1). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/article/20070901/ENTERTAINMENT/109010016/1007/entertainment

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Doctor Strange meets a dreaded archenemy ['The Secrets of Isis: The Complete Series']. Washington Times (August 18). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/article/20070818/ENTERTAINMENT/108180024/1007

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Earth's top hero, Goku, takes action at a low price. Washington Times (March 17). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070316-090551-4598r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Elephantmen are free, but watched by humans. Washington Times (March 24). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070323-085419-3633r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Extra credit: The Powerpuff Girls: The Complete First Season, Collector's Series. Washington Times.com (June 28): http://video1.washingtontimes.com/zadzooks/

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. 'Fantastic Four' DVD exonerated by extras. Washington Times (June 30). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/article/20070630/ENTERTAINMENT/106300014/1007

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Films, comic products offer plenty of choices [Toy Fair]. Washington Times (March 3). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/functions/print.php?StoryID=20070303-123011-4505r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. G.I. Joe American Hero teams up three new sets. Washington Times (December 1). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/article/20071201/ENTERTAINMENT/112010015/-1/RSS_ENTERTAINMENT

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Ghost Rider just burning to prevent Armageddon [300: March to Glory videogames]. Washington Times (March 10). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070309-085203-3017r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Hall of Justice arrives at Six Flags' Gotham City [DC comics amusement park ride]. Washington Times (June 9). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070608-103244-6648r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Hammer-wielding Steel packs 6-inch-tall punch [action figure toy]. Washington Times (June 2). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070601-082806-1738r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. HD enhances 'Heroes'; 'RoboCop' director's cut. Washington Times (September 8). Online at http://washingtontimes.com/article/20070908/ENTERTAINMENT/109080044/1007

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. How Bernie Wrightson learned to love monsters. Washington Times (February 17). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070216-085724-6348r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. 'Iron Man' lacks mettle [Hellboy, Teen Titans animation]. Washington Times (February 10). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070209-090619-1667r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. It's only game of solitaire as turtles go on missions [Marvel Trading Card Game]. Washington Times (April 21). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070420-083723-8759r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Killer mutant from Japan arrives on American soil [Medicom Toy, Marvel Comics]. Washington Times (January 6). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070105-090111-3798r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Mix of tradition, fantasy comics pays off for artist [Jeff Smith]. Washington Times (June 16). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070615-091422-5597r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Morphing Megatron has plan to rule the universe. Washington Times (July 7). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/article/20070707/ENTERTAINMENT/107070014/1007/entertainment

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. One shot alters universe; 'Prophecy' series compiled. Washington Times (May 26). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070525-090244-7830r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Predator, Darth Maul are intricate models of terror [Star Wars toys]. Washington Times (February 3). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070202-090714-9104r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Samurai warriors slash and smash their enemy ['Spider-Man 2.1']. Washington Times (April 14). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070414-122732-5465r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Spider-Man 3 figure set easy to assemble, clobber. Washington Times (March 31). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070330-092431-7558r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Spider-Man battles foes on many toy land fronts. Washington Times (May 5). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070504-085837-9647r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Spider-Man, Batman face police states of the future. Washington Times (January 27). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070126-090037-7518r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Spider-Man's living suit retold for young readers. Washington Times (April 28). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070427-094509-2896r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Spidey faces the dark side. Washington Times (May 19). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070518-084728-9480r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Spooky comic books bring Halloween chills. Washington Times (October 27). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/article/20071027/ENTERTAINMENT/110270011/1007

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Strong thirst for more after 'Trinity Blood' DVD. Washington Times (May 12). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070511-084957-8730r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. Toy fair features array of multimedia creations. Washington Times (February 24). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070223-084103-9688r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2007. With push of a button, Mysterio's face changes. Washington Times (April 7). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/entertainment/20070406-103239-6265r.htm

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2008. 'Creator' disc disappoints; Swamp Thing's star turn. Washington Times (January 12). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080112/ENTERTAINMENT/777214219/1007

Szadkowski, Joseph. 2008. Zadzooks: Hulk is game for smashing. Washington Times (July 10). Online at http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/jul/10/hulk-is-game-for-smashing/

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Thielman, Sam. 2008. The Saga of Swamp Thing's Saga. PW Comics Week (November 18): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6613261.html?nid=2789

Thill, Scott. 2004. The man who invented the future: Alan Moore, who reinvented the comic = book as the cutting-edge literary medium of our day, talks about = beheading, the diabolical power of the media, the Bush dynasty and the = fall of Tony Blair. Salon (July 22): = http://www.salon.com/books/int/2004/07/22/moore/index_np.html

Thill, Scott. 2008. Joe Sacco on Comics, the Arabs and the Jews; Make it mandatory. LA Weekly ( January 16). Online at http://www.laweekly.com/art+books/books/joe-sacco-on-comics-the-arabs-and-the-jews/18138/

Thill, Scott. 2008. Virgin Comics Dies, Liquid Comics Is Born. Wired.com's Underwired blog (September 24): http://blog.wired.com/underwire/2008/09/virgin-comics-p.html

Thill, Scott. 2009. Neil Gaiman Writes a Final 'Love Letter to Batman'. Wired's Underwire blog (April 21): http://blog.wired.com/underwire/2009/04/a-love-letter-t.html

Thill, Scott. 2009. The Unwritten Blurs Conspiracy, Lit Into Meaty Metafiction. Wired's Underwire blog (June 29): http://www.wired.com/underwire/2009/06/unwritten/#more-9450

Thill, Scott. 2009. Watchmen Back Story Unspools in Under the Hood DVD. Wired.com Underwired blog (March 23): http://blog.wired.com/underwire/2009/03/watchmen-backst.html

Thingvall, Joel. 1998. Curt Swan: A Super Artist and a Super Guy! [interview]. CFA-APA fanzine (47; Fall)

Tholmer, Regina. 1999. The `Boondocks' Debate Continues: Color Barriers [letter]. Chicago Tribune (June 4)

Thomas, Bob. 2001. At the Movies: 'Monkeybone'. Associated Press (February 22)

Thomas, Bob. 2006. New film probes 1959 'Superman' death [Hollywoodland movie and television Superman]. Associated Press (September 6): http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060906/ap_en_mo/film_hollywoodland

Thomas, Brandon. 2009. Ambidextrous Q&A: Joe Casey - The Works. Newsarama (May 14): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/050914-Ambidextrous.html

Thomas, Cal / Tribune Media Services. 2001. Cartoons no laughing matter: Schools are churning out children made in the liberal image ['Editorial Cartoons by Kids - 2001']. Charlotte Observor (September 7)

Thomas, Dave. 2006. Graphic novels go interactive [Hideo Kojima - Metal Gear Solid]. Grand Rapids Press (August 14). online at http://www.mlive.com/entertainment/grpress/index.ssf?/base/features-1/1155566747128710.xml&coll=6

Thomas, Denis. 1979. comic books (Book Review) Listener 102(2642):880

Thomas, Derek. 1998. Toon Out: The Second Annual World Animation Celebration. LA Weekly (February 13). online at http://www.laweekly.com/ink/98/12/film-thomas.shtml

Thomas, Devon. 2004.Tales of the 'Lost Boys' [of Sudan Africa].Newsweek (August 23): 13

Thomas, Douglas. 1998. Before the Vitascope [letter on Patrick Reynold's comic strip Flashback]. Washington Post (October 3): A17

Thomas, Frank & Ollie Johnston. 1981. Disney Animation: The Illusion of Life. New York: Abbeville Press.

Thomas, Frank & Ollie Johnston. 1995. Illusion Of Life: Disney Animation, The . New York: Hyperion

Thomas, Frank. 1997. Superlative Man, The [Novel about a superhero.]. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Thomas, George M. 2003. Harvey Pekar - Comedy Lies in Mundane Life. Akron Beacon Journal (August 15)

Thomas, George M./ Knight Ridder Tribune News Service. 2003. Movie division saves comic company from brink of death. Akron Beacon Journal (February 17)

Thomas, George M./ Knight Ridder Tribune News Service. 2003. Superhero movies save Marvel from brink of ruin. Charleston Sunday Gazette - Mail (February 23)

Thomas, Harry. 2000. Warren Ellis: Hot Comic Book Writer. Rolling Stone (September 14)

Thomas, Harry. 2001. Hot Comeback: The Dark Knight [Frank Miller's Batman]. Rolling Stone (August 30): 98

Thomas, HC. 1946. Boy Fighter With Andrew Jackson, A [Ill. by Henry E. Vallely. Looks like a comics artist.]. Racine, WI: Whitman

Thomas, Herbert. 1997. The Superlative Man [novel]. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Thomas, Jack. 1999. Much ado about comics [anti-strip editorial by ombudsman]. Boston Globe (May 24)

Thomas, Jennifer. 2009. 'Arrested Development' cast voices animated 'Sit Down, Shut Up'. Pioneer Local's Entertaining Ideas blog (January 13): http://blogs.pioneerlocal.com/entertainment/2009/01/arrested_development_cast_voic.html

Thomas, John Rhett. 2006. John Romita Jr. 30th Anniversary Special. New York: Marvel Comics

Thomas, John Rhett. 2009. Marvel Reading Chronology [checklist]. New York: Marvel

Thomas, Kevin. 2001. A Creative, Zesty Purgatory Comes to Life in 'Monkeybone': Brendan Fraser fits perfectly in a surreal world of fantasy, special effects and Hollywood wizardry. Los Angeles Times (February 23)

Thomas, Kevin. 2003. Finally, a breakout film for Piglet: The Hundred Acre Wood gang teaches life lessons with affection and humor. Los Angeles Times (March 21)

Thomas, Landon Jr. 2006. Disney Says It Will Link Marketing to Nutrition. New York Times (October 17)

Thomas, Marlo. 1987. Free to be a Family [includes 'And Superbaby Makes 3' by Mark Saltzman, Carmine Infantino and Dick Giordano]. New York: Bantam

Thomas, Mary. 2003. Gallery Gathers Works from the Comic Cosmos [for exhibit]. Pittsburgh Post - Gazette (February 15)

Thomas, Mike. 2005. Holocaust cartoonist turns to 9/11 [Art Spiegelman]. Chicago Sun-Times (June 6). http://www.suntimes.com/output/terror/cst-nws-bookside06.html

Thomas, Neale. 1997. Great Moments in Rock #9: Joe Strummer tells Bez of bark's healing properties. Word. [British comic strip]. Select Magazine (Sep):15.

Thomas, Ralph. 2000. Morrison And Marvel. Sequential Tart 3 (7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Thomas, Rebecca. 1998. Omega Man: Alonzo Washington built the socially conscious comic book character and his company from the ground up. Austin American-Statesman (June 9): E1

Thomas, Richard. 2000. Who's Who on U.S. Stamps: Bill Mauldin. Linn's Stamp News (April 3)

Thomas, Rob. 2005. 'Boondocks' irreverence going to cable. Capital Times (November 1). online at http://www.madison.com/tct/features/stories/index.php?ntid=59949

Thomas, Rob. 2006. Cartoonist documents life one panel at a time [Chris Ware]. Capital Times (October 20). online at http://www.madison.com/tct/features/index.php?ntid=104011&ntpid=1

Thomas, Roy & Barry Smith. 1978. Conan The Barbarian, Vol. 1 [Reprints of Marvel comic]. New York: Ace

Thomas, Roy & Barry Smith. 1978. Conan The Barbarian, Vol. 2 [Reprints of Marvel comic]. New York: Ace

Thomas, Roy & Barry Smith. 1978. Conan The Barbarian, Vol. 3 [Reprints of Marvel comic]. New York: Ace

Thomas, Roy & Barry Smith. 1978. Conan The Barbarian, Vol. 4 [Reprints of Marvel comic]. New York: Ace

Thomas, Roy & Barry Smith. 1978. Conan The Barbarian, Vol. 5 [Reprints of Marvel comic]. New York: Ace

Thomas, Roy & Barry Smith. 1979. Conan The Barbarian, Vol. 6 [Reprints of Marvel comic]. New York: Ace

Thomas, Roy & Bill Schelly (eds.). 1997. Alter Ego: The Best Of The Legendary Fanzine. Seattle: Hamster Press.

Thomas, Roy & Gil Kane. 1991. Ring Of The Nibelung, The . New York: DC Comics

Thomas, Roy (ed.). 1999. The Stan Lee Roast held at the '95 Chicago Comicon [with Sal Buscema, Chris Claremont, Peter David, John Romita, Julius Schwartz, Jim Shooter, Roy Thomas]. Alter Ego 3 (1; Summer): Silver Age section 4-16

Thomas, Roy, Aaron Lopresti et al. 1997. Xena comic. TV Guide (2315; Aug 9):40-44.

Thomas, Roy. 1979. Incredible Hulk: A Video Novel, The [From the TV show.]. New York: Pocket

Thomas, Roy. 1998. A brief ode to Joe Kubert. Alter Ego 2 (1; Spring): 4

Thomas, Roy. 1998. A fantastic first! The creation of the Fantastic Four - and beyond! Alter-Ego 2 (2; Summer): 4-9

Thomas, Roy. 1998. It was thirty years ago today... The rarely-seen Topps super-hero parodies. Alter Ego 2 (1; Spring): 10-16

Thomas, Roy. 1998. Okay, Axis, here we come - again! The retro-birth of the Invaders Alter-Ego 2 (2; Summer): 14-16

Thomas, Roy. 1998. Stan the Man & Roy the Boy: A conversation between Stan Lee and Roy Thomas. Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 6-18

Thomas, Roy. 1999. >From Mars to Zamboula: The Thomas / Adams collaborations on 'War of the Worlds ' and Conan the Barbarian. Alter Ego 2 (5; Summer): 10-13

Thomas, Roy. 1999. An All-Star Sensation: An examination of the first two Wonder Woman stories. Alter Ego 3 (2; Autumn): Golden Age section 30-33

Thomas, Roy. 1999. 'Draw for Comic Books! Learn and Earn in Your Spare Time - At Home!': When Joe Kubert and Norman Maurer taught comics drawing by mail! Alter Ego 2(3; Winter): 8-13

Thomas, Roy. 1999. Hark, the Herald Tribune sings! A look at a very special issue of New York Sunday Magazine [Eisner's Spirit]. Alter Ego 3 (2; Autumn): Silver Age section 40-41

Thomas, Roy. 1999. 'Hi! I'm your host, Tom Fagan!' [Halloween in Rutland, VT]. Alter Ego 2(3; Winter): 22-25

Thomas, Roy. 1999. How Marv Wolfman and Co. saved (a bit of) the Golden Age [original art]. Alter Ego 3 (2; Autumn): Golden Age section 19-21

Thomas, Roy. 1999. 'It was only Starman I paid attention to!': A Conversation with Jack Burnley. Alter Ego 3 (2; Autumn): Golden Age section 4-17

Thomas, Roy. 1999. Mutant memories, or: 'Write pretty, Roy!' The Thomas / Adams / Palmer Xmen - another point of view. Alter Ego 2 (4; Spring): 4-10

Thomas, Roy. 1999. Reading Between the Panels. Comic Book Artist (3; Winter): 5, 53

Thomas, Roy. 1999. 'So I took the subway and there was Shelly Mayer...' An interview with golden age artist Irwin Hasen. Alter Ego 3 (1; Summer): Golden Age section 2-13

Thomas, Roy. 1999. Splitting the Atom: More than you could possibly want to know about the creation of the Silver Age mighty mite! Alter Ego 3 (2; Autumn): Silver Age section 4-14

Thomas, Roy. 1999. 'Stan made up the plot.. and I'd write the script...': A conversation with artist-writer Larry Lieber. Alter Ego 3 (2; Autumn): Silver Age section 18-31

Thomas, Roy. 1999. The secret origins of Infinity, Inc. Alter Ego 3 (1; Summer): Silver Age section 25-34

Thomas, Roy. 1999. Thunder over Hollywood: Captain Thunder and Blue Bolt, of all people, in Tinseltown [characters optioned for never-produced movie]. Alter Ego 2(3; Winter): 31-33

Thomas, Roy. 1999. Two touches of Venus; Wonder Woman gets 'Shanghaied into Space' - twice over! Alter Ego 3 (1; Summer): Golden Age section 14-18

Thomas, Roy. 1999. What did you do in the intergalactic war, Daddy? A walking tour of the Kree-Skrull war. Alter Ego 2 (4; Spring): 18-29

Thomas, Roy. 1999. X marks the spot: Celebrating a fond but somewhat variant remembrance of the Thomas-Adams [X-Men] years [editorial]. Alter Ego 2 (4; Spring): 2-3

Thomas, Roy. 2000. ...And a post-Fawcett footnote from ye editor [on Gerry de la Ree and Otto Binder]. Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter): Captain Marvel section 18-19

Thomas, Roy. 2000. ['Just received my coby of CBA #6' letter]. Comic Book Artist (7; March): 11-13

Thomas, Roy. 2000. A moon... a bat... a hawk: A candid conversation with Sheldon Moldoff. Alter Ego 3 (4; Spring): Silver Age section 4-14

Thomas, Roy. 2000. All-Star Companion: An Historical and Speculative Overview of the Justice Society of America, The [DC Comics series. Foreword by Julius Schwartz.]. Raleigh, NC: TwoMorrows Publishing

Thomas, Roy. 2000. 'Bill Everett was a friend of mine': A very personal reminiscence of the creator of the Sub-Mariner. Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter): 4-20

Thomas, Roy. 2000. Carl Burgos: Marvel mystery man. Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter): 26-32

Thomas, Roy. 2000. 'Flash and Fantasy': A conversation with Harry Lampert, co-creator of The Flash. Alter Ego 3 (4; Spring): Golden Age section 13-22

Thomas, Roy. 2000. George Roussos R.I.P. Alter Ego 3 (4; Spring): Golden Age section 47

Thomas, Roy. 2000. 'Let their past BE their past!': Alex Ross conducts a walking tour of his early-90s Marvel family project -- revealing awesome, previously-unglimpsed work. Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter): Captain Marvel section 3-12

Thomas, Roy. 2000. Make mine Charlton! (At least for a little while!) - Roy Thomas' anecdotes. Comic Book Artist (9; August): 54-58

Thomas, Roy. 2000. Postcards to Wendy: Drawings sent from a father to his daughter - only the father was Bill Everett! Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter): 21-25

Thomas, Roy. 2000. Remembering Gil; A very personal reminiscence of Gil Kane. Alter Ego 3 (4; Spring): Silver Age section 34-44

Thomas, Roy. 2000. 'Stan was the prince...': Gil Kane on Timely Comics. The Golden / Silver Age artist talks about Marvel before it was Marvel! Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter): 34-42

Thomas, Roy. 2000. The power of Jerry Ordway!: Little-seen (and never-seen) art from the 1990s Shazam! series. Alter Ego 3 (3; Winter): Captain Marvel section 24-28

Thomas, Samuel J. 1984 'Portrait of a 'Rebel' Priest: Edward McGlynn in Caricature, 1886 -1893' Journal of American Culture, vol.7 no.4, Winter. pp.19-32

Thomas, Samuel J. 1987. The Tattooed Man Caricatures and the Presidential Campaign of 1884. Journal of American Culture 4 : 1-20.

Thomas, Susan Gregory. 1994. Toontown Tricksters: For Animators, Gig is Up as Laser Disc Exposes Dirty Deeds. Washington Post (Mar 18).

Thomas-Lester, Avis. 1999. For parents, it's no game; Pokemon plays hard to get. Washington Post (December 13): B1, 3

Thomas-Lester, Avis. 2000. Reprehensible: Must I push my son away from black music? [illustrated by Peter Kuper]. Washington Post (November 5): B1, 4

Thomason, Robert. 1998. Whatever you say, boss... [N. Matheson MacKinnon's web cartoons NetSerfs]. Washington Post (July 2): B4.

Thompson, Anne. 2004. Puppet Love: A Comedy With Strings Attached ['Team America: World = Police' by South Park's Trey Parker and Matt Stone]. Washington Post (October 10): N1

Thompson, Anne. 2008. Marvel vs. D.C. [movies]. Variety's Thompson on Hollywood blog (August 15): http://weblogs.variety.com/thompsononhollywood/2008/08/marvel-vs-dc.html

Thompson, Annie. 2004. Listen to Blacksburg man who gives voice to comics: Bob Benoit sits down at the breakfast table each morning and narrates comics for Voice of the Blue Ridge, benefiting the visually impaired. Roanoke Times (December 4). online at http://www.roanoke.com/news/roanoke%5C14849.html

Thompson, Bob. 2005. Hunter Thompson Death Blows Uncle Duke's Mind In Cartoon Tribute. Washington Post (March 9): C1

Thompson, Bob. 2008. Drawn From Her Own Life; Marjane Satrapi can laugh now, but 'Persepolis,' her graphic memoir adapted to film, explores the horrors inside Iran and the heartache of exile from it. Washington Post (January 20): M08. Online at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/01/18/AR2008011800957.html

Thompson, Bob. 2008. 'Toonsmith: Art Spiegelman Gets Graphic About His Life, Career and the Processes of a Comics Universe. Washington Post (November 6): C1. Online at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/11/05/AR2008110504443.html

Thompson, C and UG Turner III. 1977. Sex symbols: the laughter is infectious, but so is the disease which is the subject of this cartoon campaign. Biomedical Communications 5 (4; Jul): 19-20

Thompson, Cliff. 1993. Meteor Man, The [Novelization of movie based on original screenplay by Robert Townsend.]. New York: Scholastic

Thompson, Craig. 2000. ['Thank you splendidly for printing Mr. Hatfield's Chunky Rice review' letter]. Comic Book Artist (7; March): 13

Thompson, Craig. 2008. Remembering the Self-Publishing Movement: Craig Thompson. Boneville.com (March 1): http://www.boneville.com/2008/03/01/remembering-the-self-publishing-movement-craig-thompson/

Thompson, David. 2001. The Back Half - No laughing matter [trends in comic books]. New Statesman (January 15). online at http://www.consider.net/forum_new.php3?newTemplate=OpenObject&newTop01011 50031&newDisplayURN0101150031

Thompson, David. 2004. With just one puff, he was a superhero; Daniel Clowes upends the superhero genre in the latest instalment of the Eightball series, The Death Ray. Observer (September 5): http://www.guardian.co.uk/theobserver/2004/sep/05/comics

Thompson, David. 2006. Twilight zone: Guy Delisle's Pyongyang , an illustrated account of his time in North Korea, lacks depth, says David Thompson. The Observer (October 15). online at http://books.guardian.co.uk/reviews/travel/0,,1922622,00.html

Thompson, Don & Maggie & Julie Stuempfig. 1994. Comics Buyer's Guide 1995 Comic Book Checklist & Price Guide [1st price guide.]. Iola, WI: Krause Publications

Thompson, Don & Maggie. 1993. Comic-Book Superstars [biographies]. Iola, WI: Krause Publications

Thompson, Don & Maggie. 1993. Comics Buyer's Guide 1994 Annual . Iola, WI: Krause Publications

Thompson, Don & Maggie. 1993. Comics Buyers Guide Marvel Comics Checklist & Price Guide: 1961 to Present Krause Publications.

Thompson, Don and Dick Lupoff (eds.). 1974. The Comics Book House. Arlington House.

Thompson, Don and Maggie Thompson. 1993. Comic-book superstars. Iola, WI: Kruase Publications.

Thompson, Don and Maggie. 1981. Fandom Zone: 1963: The calm before the storm. Comics Feature (11; August): 55-56

Thompson, Hunter S. & Ralph Steadman (ill). 1976. Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas . New York: Popular

Thompson, Hunter S. & Ralph Steadman (ill). 1983. Curse Of Lono, The . New York: Bantam

Thompson, Jack. 1996. The visionary 'Tintin' [letter to the editor]. Washington Post (Dec 21).

Thompson, Jeffrey. 2006. Four-Color Shadows: Dark Shadows in Comics – Part One. Scoop (April 7): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=11731&si=124

Thompson, Jeffrey. 2006. Four-Color Shadows: Dark Shadows in Comics - Part Two. Scoop (April 14): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=11805&si=124

Thompson, Jeffrey. 2006. Star Collector - Jeffrey Thompson: Collecting by Catagories. Diamond Dialogue (June): 44-45

Thompson, Kevin D. 2003. Holy Comeback, Batman! ; Yes, Adam West and Burt Ward Have Reunited for a Batman and Robin Tv Movie, Which Recalls Their Colorful Comic Book Series (Bam! Pow!) And Their Crazy, Behind-the-scenes Exploits (Sex! More Sex!). Palm Beach Post (March 8)

Thompson, Kim 1983. Influential 'naive' underground cartoonist Rory Hayes dead at 34. Comics Journal (87; December): 23

Thompson, Kim 1983. Ray Moore dead at 78; was first artist to draw Phantom strip. Comics Journal (87; December): 21-22

Thompson, Kim 1983. Splitsville artist Frank Baginski dies. Comics Journal (87; December): 23

Thompson, Kim. 1999. A Modest Proposal: More Crap Is What We Need. Comics Journal Online (July 14): http://www.tcj.com/3_online/e_thompson_071499.html

Thompson, Kim. 1999. Man of Steel conquers Eisners [awards]; Dark Horse's 300 and Grendel win five nominations each. Comics Journal (212; May): 19-21

Thompson, Kim. 1999. New publisher to release classic European comics albums [Fantasy Flight Publishing]. Comics Journal (179; August):18

Thompson, Kimberly M. and Fumie Yokota. 2001. Depiction of alcohol, tobacco, and other substances in G-rated animated films. Pediatrics 107 (6; June): 1369-1374

Thompson, Lamont. 1999. The `Boondocks' Debate Continues: Dealing with Race [letter]. Chicago Tribune (June 4)

Thompson, Luke Y. 2000. Crash of the Titan: Disney-esque characters and anime stylings don't mix, but at least the battles are cool [Bluth animated movie 'Titan A.E.' from Fox]. Dallas Observer (June 15). online at http://www.dallasobserver.com/issues/2000-06-15/film2.html

Thompson, Luke Y. 2009. $9.99: Tatia Rosenthal's Mighty Tenner; Director expands the form of the animated feature. LA Weekly (June 10): http://www.laweekly.com/2009-06-11/film-tv/tatia-rosenthal-a-mighty-tenner?src=newsletter

Thompson, Maggie & Brent Frankenhoff. 1995. Comic Buyer's Guide 1996 Comic Book Checklist & Price Guide . Iola, WI: Krause Publications

Thompson, Maggie. 1999. Dream weaver: Neil Gaiman's journey through comics. Comics Buyer's Gude (1348; September 17): 50-52

Thompson, Maggie. 2001. Marvel execs initiate retailer phone conferences. Comics Retailer (107; February): 40-41

Thompson, Maggie. 2001. Oarr joins DC Direct Sales; Bleistein new CBLDF head. Comics Retailer (107; February): 14

Thompson, Maggie. 2001. Shops, distributors rally to help NYC store [after terrorism]. Comics & Games Retailer (November): 12

Thompson, Maggie. 2007. Diamond at 25: A quarter century of delivering comics. Comics and Games Retailer (182; May): 16-18

Thompson, Maggie. 2009. Who ARE these guys? Tiny Tots? J.R.? [copyright of comic books]. Comics Buyer's guide (1654; June): 104-107. Online at http://www.cbgxtra.com/Portals/1/BG_Images/Online%20PDFs/1654%20Balloons%20copyright.pdf

Thompson, Mark. 1999. Censorship in Australia [of Eros Comix]. Comics Journal (179; August): 28

Thompson, Mike. 2006. Mike Thompson: Pulitzer finalist [multimedia interview on editorial cartoonist]. Detroit Free Press (April 18): http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060418/OPINION01/604180324/-1/BUSINESS07

Thompson, Mike. 2008. Them damned (moving) pictures [animated editorial cartoon]. Detroit Free Press blog (December 4): http://www.freep.com/article/20081204/BLOG24/81203139/1068/OPINION

Thompson, N.P. 2008. Iranian life in cartoon motion [Marjane Satrapi, ''Persepolis'']. Northwest Asian Weekly (January 26): http://www.nwasianweekly.com/200827005/cartoon20082704.htm

Thompson, Richard. 1999. Richard's Poor Almanac: The Big Leg [cartoon on the Army Medical Museum]. Washington Post (October 17): F2

Thompson, Richard. 1999. The Century in the Post: Dagwood Takes First Nap on Sofa [cartoon]. Washington Post (April 18): F2

Thompson, Richard. 2001. Richard's Poor Almanac: Proposed Herblock Monument [cartoon]. Washington Post (October 14): F2

Thompson, Richard. 2002. Little Neuro in Slumberland [Little Nemo terrorism parody]. Washington Post Magazine (September 8): 24-25

Thompson, Richard. 2002. Richard's Poor Almanac: A National Cartoonist's Day Special [cartoon]. Washington Post (May 5)

Thompson, Richard. 2002. Richard's Poor Almanac: Summer Reading [cartoon with Stan Lee joke]. Washington Post (June 9)

Thompson, Richard. 2002. Richard's Poor Almanac: Summer Reading [cartoon with Stan Lee joke]. Washington Post (June 9)

Thompson, Richard. 2002. Richard's Poor Almanac: The Cartoon Roundtable Advice Column. Washington Post (August 4)

Thompson, Richard. 2003. A short history of Valentine's Day cards [cartoon]. Washington Post Magazine (February 9): cover, 12-13

Thompson, Richard. 2003. Richard's Poor Almanac: Cartoon Advice to the Graduates. Washington Post (June 8)

Thompson, Richard. 2003. Richard's Poor Almanac: Express your Ambivalence in No Uncertain Terms [political cartoon]. Washington Post (March 23)

Thompson, Richard. 2003. Richard's Poor Almanac: Kim Jong Il Bobblehead [cartoon]. Washington Post (January 19)

Thompson, Richard. 2004. Richard's Poor Almanac. Cincinatti: Emmis Books

Thompson, Richard. 2006. Richard Thompson [chat]. WashingtonPost.com (September 11): http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/discussion/2006/09/08/DI2006090800043.html

Thompson, Richard. 2007. Drawing a Funny Cartooon in 20 Easy Steps [comic strip]. Washington Post (October 7): M10

Thompson, Richard. 2008. Cul De Sac. Kansas City: Andrews McMeel

Thompson, Richard. 2009. Cul De Sac 2010 Calendar. Kansas City: Andrews McMeel

Thompson, Richard. 2009. Cul De Sac: Children at Play. Kansas City: Andrews McMeel

Thompson, Robert. 2004. Made-for-television traditions still soaring [Christmas animation and merchandising]. Northern Virginia Journal (November 30): 13

Thompson, Stephen. 1999? Making his mark: Mark Hamill, of Star Wars and Corvette Summer fame, talks about the many things he's done since--including his impressive new comic book [interview]. The Onion A.V. Club: http://avclub.theonion.com/avclubarchive/markhamill.html

Thompson, Stephen. 2000. Chuck Jones [animator interview]. The Onion A.V. Club: http://avclub.theonion.com/avclub3313/avfeature3313.html

Thompson, Stephen. 2000. Long live the Simpsons: Executive producer Mike Scully talks about his background, the show's past and future, and the heavily publicized death of Maude Randers [interview]. The Onion A.V. Club: http://avclub.theonion.com/avclub3606/avfeature_3606.html

Thompson, Steve. 1988. The Walt Kelly Collector's Guide: A Bibliography. Richfield, MN: Spring Hollow Books

Thompson, Steve. 2000. The editorial cartoons of Walt Kelly. Hogan's Alley (8; Fall): 74-87

Thompson, T. L. and E. Zerbinos. 1995. Gender roles in animated cartoons: Has the picture changed in 20 years? Sex Roles 32(9-10):651.

Thomson, David. 2001. A director who likes to sit alone in the dark [Terry Zwigoff and 'Ghost World']. New York Times (July 22)

Thomson, David. 2001. The antique rude show: His cartoons have a charming old-fashioned look about them. And then you read the words. David Thomson enters the bizarre worldof Chris Ware. Guardian (September 4). online at http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/story/0,3604,546458,00.html

Thomson, Desson Puppet Masters [Team America]. Washington Post (October 15): Weekend 33

Thomson, Desson. 2004. A Bighearted 'Fat Albert'. Washington Post (December 24): Weekend 35

Thomson, Desson. 2004. 'SpongeBob SquarePants': Soak Up Some Fun. Washington Post (November 19): Weekend 33

Thomson, Desson. 2004. The Cat's Me-Ouch! ['Catwoman']. Washington Post (July 23): Weekend 37

Thomson, Desson. 2005. Clay Time: Wallace & Gromit's U.S. Romp. Washington Post (October 2): N1

Thomson, Desson. 2005. So Good, It's 'Sin'-ful ['Sin City']. Washington Post (April 1): Weekend 43

Thomson, Desson. 2006. 'Happy Feet' Puts a Spring in Your Step. Washington Post (November 17): WE34

Thomson, Desson. 2006. The Truly Unfabulous 'Social Life of Ethan Green'. Washington Post (August 11): WE32

Thomson, Desson. 2007. Hollywood and Indie Offerings [Ratatouille]. Washington Post (June 29). Online at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/06/28/AR2007062802484.html

Thomson, Desson. 2007. 'Ratatouille': A Classic Recipe. Washington Post (June 29): C1

Thomson, George H. 1975. The four story forms: Drama, film, comic strip, narrative. College English 37(3):265-280.

Thomson, Gus. 2007. FoxTrot comic strip moves from daily to Sunday only; Cartoon is being replaced by The Elderberries. Auburn Journal (January 1). Online at http://www.auburnjournal.com/articles/2007/01/02/news/top_stories/03comics02.txt

Thomson, Ross and Bill Hewison. 1994. How To Draw And Sell Cartoons . Cincinnati, OH: North Light Books

Thorn, Jesse. 2008. Podcast: The Ten Cent Plague: David Hajdu on Comic Book Censorship in the 1950s. The Sound of Young America (May 2): http://www.maximumfun.org/blog/2008/05/podcast-ten-cent-plague-david-hajdu-on.html

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Truitt, Brian and Scott Rosenberg. 2004. Murder most foul: Predicting the culprit in 'Identity Crisis'. Maryland Journal (December 8): 18-19

Truitt, Brian. 2004. An 'Astonishing' year: DC's 'Y: The Last Man' the best comic book series of 2004. [Maryland] Journal (December 22): 16

Truitt, Brian. 2004. This week's comic book releases. Maryland Journal (December 1): 19

Truitt, Brian. 2004. This week's comic releases. [Maryland] Journal (December 15): 23

Truitt, Brian. 2004. Why ask 'Y?' From 'The Last man' on earth to superhero mayors, comic writer Vaughan handles them all. Maryland Journal (December 1): 18

Truitt, Brian. 2005. And they call it zombie love: 'Fragile' more romance than horror story [French comic by Stefano Raffaele]. Washington Examiner (March 30): 29

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'Atomika' powered: Russian hero, female magician lead Speakeasy's comic charge. Washington Examiner (March 16): 26

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'Beavis and Butt-Head' do DVD: MTV comic duo returns on new collection. Washington Examiner (November 13)

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Better red than dead: Jennifer Garner's good but the story isn't for 'Elektra'. Northern Virginia Journal (January 14): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'Blazer of glory': 'Engines' a fine introduction to Constantine [Hellblazer]. [Maryland] Journal (January 26): 18

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Cartoon misfits 'Drawn Together' on DVD. Washington Examiner (October 3). online at http://www.dcexaminer.com/articles/2005/10/03/features/digital_arts/73bd igital03drawn.txt

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Come sail away with 'The Darkness': Alt-universe tale puts Top Cow characters at sea. Washington Examiner (February 23): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Comic book previews. Washington Examiner (February 2): 30

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Comics - 'Maze Agency' a defective detective story. Washington Examiner (December 21). Online at http://www.dcexaminer.com/articles/2005/12/25/features/comics/62bcomics21maze.txt

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'Creature' feature not worth its binding [Gaiman Zulli 'Creatures of the Night'] Washington Examiner (February 2): 31

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Dan Brown aboud in 'Revelations': Dark Horse comic takes on the church. Washington Examiner (September 7): 22

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'Danger'ous she spies return [Danger Girl]. Washington Examiner (November 16): 24

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Darker Knight: N.Va. native Steve Niles takes on Batman. Washington Examiner (October 12). online at http://www.dcexaminer.com/articles/2005/10/12//features/comics/92comics12batman.txt

Truitt, Brian. 2005. DC's upcoming plans. Washington Examiner (September 21): 22

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'Down' undercover: Ellis returns with crime story. Washington Examiner (November 30): 25

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Dracula and Magdalena tussle in 'Monster' match: Horror characters invade the Top Cow Universe. Washington Examiner (May 11) :31

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Female trouble: Luna brothers tackle small-town angst in 'Girls'. Washington Examiner (June 1): 25

Truitt, Brian. 2005. G.I. Joe prepares for redeployment: Josh Blaylock prepares for comic relaunch. Washington Examiner (May 4) :31

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Gaiman's big-screen dreams. Washington Examiner (September 29). online at http://www.dcexaminer.com/articles/2005/09/29/features/entertainment/30a movie30gaiman.txt

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Greener pastures? New 'She-Hulk' lacks style, humor of old series. Washington Examiner (October 26): 22

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'Harvest' of sorrow [Black Harvest by Josh Howard]. Washington Examiner (November 23): 30

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Hero film nearly incredible: Adults shine in teen movie [Sky High]. Washington Examiner (November 28): 26

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'High' schooing: Angarano mines real experiences for hero film [Sky High]. Washington Examiner (November 28): 26

Truitt, Brian. 2005. How about one more 'X-Men' book? Washington Examiner (May 25): 30

Truitt, Brian. 2005. IDW's dreamy new book [Night Mary]. Washington Examiner (August 10): 21

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Jodie Christianson Superstar? Controversy aside, 'Chosen' an easy pick. Washington Examiner (November 2): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Joker nothing to laugh about [Batman]. Washington Examiner (February 16): 30

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Keeping up with an odd Jones: Warren Ellis' 'Desolation' falls outside of comic norm. Washington Examiner (May 18): 25

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Let the golden age begin - again: 'The Battle Hymn' takes a new twist on old-time heroes. Washington Examiner (March 2): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Little Boy Blue seeks out his lost love in 'Fables'. Washington Examiner (December 29)

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'Maze Agency' a defective detective story. Washington Examiner (December 21): 21

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Mr. Sandman: Neil Gaiman talks about 'Anansi Boys'. Washington Examiner (September 28): 27

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (August 10): 21

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (August 17)

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (September 7): 22

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (October 12)

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (October 19): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (October 26): 22

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (November 2): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (November 23): 30

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (November 16): 24

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (November 30): 25

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (December 7): 29

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (December 14): 21

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (December 21): 21

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (December 28): 21

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (September 14): 29

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (September 21): 22

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (September 28): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (April 27) :24

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (February 9): 29

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (February 16): 30

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (February 23): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (June 1): 25

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (March 2): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (March 9): 35

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (March 30): 30

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (March 16): 26

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (May 4) :30

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (May 11) :31

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New comic releases. Washington Examiner (May 18): 26

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New detective comic 'Fell' a real bargain. Washington Examiner (September 14): 29

Truitt, Brian. 2005. New Silke - smooth 'Pin-up' book. [Maryland] Journal (January 26): 18

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Niles' 'Night' moves in Hollywood: Horror writer awaits big-screen vampire tale. Washington Examiner (October 14)

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Not your average tea party: 'Hatter M' makes over Carroll's 'Wonderland'. Washington Examiner (December 14): 21

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Pigeons of a feather serve Britain together [Valiant animated movie]. Washington Examiner (December 12): 22

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Previous 'Batman' films collected in new set. Washington Examiner (October 17)

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Saddle up for 'Loveless': Vertigo Comics heads to the wild, wild West. Washington Examiner (November 2): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Second-tier characters take center stage in 'Y' [Brian Vaughn's Y: The Last Man]. Washington Examiner (December 12): 21

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'Sin City' claws its way to DVD: Miller's vision re-created on film. Washington Examiner (August 15)

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Sixth 'South Park': Fellowship of the wrong. Washington Examiner (October 9)

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'Slash'er heaven [Hack / Slash: Land of Lost Toys by Seeley and Crosland]. Washington Examiner (December 7): 29

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Something wicked this way squirms: Lose your mind in new thriller comic [Mnemovore]. Washington Examiner (April 27) :24

Truitt, Brian. 2005. The new 'Testament': Vertigo comic doesn't shy away from controversy. Washington Examiner (December 28): 22

Truitt, Brian. 2005. This party is Kronk: Lovable lug gets lead role in 'Groove' sequel. Washington Examiner (December 12): 21

Truitt, Brian. 2005. This week's comic releases. [Maryland] Journal (January 12): 19

Truitt, Brian. 2005. This week's comics. [Maryland] Journal (January 26): 19

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Voodoo child: Papa Midnite butts heads with John Constantine. Washington Examiner (February 2): 30

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Walled street journal: 'DMZ' transforms New York into an actual war zone. Washington Examiner (November 16): 24

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Welcome to the wild New West: 'Daisy Kutter' brings the western genre to the future. Washington Examiner (February 16): 29

Truitt, Brian. 2005. Wilson adapts 'Keep' for comics: Horror author looks to better film adaptation. Washington Examiner (October 19): 28. online at http://www.dcexaminer.com/articles/2005/10/19//features/comics/91acomics19keep.txt

Truitt, Brian. 2005. 'Wraithborn' a little too familiar: Series mimics Top Cow's 'Magdalena'. Washington Examiner (September 28): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2005.Aarrgh, it's gonna bite ye, matey! 'Sea of Red' joins pirates,vampires for revenge epic.Washington Examiner (April 13): 31

Truitt, Brian. 2005.New Comic Releases.Washington Examiner (April 6): 31

Truitt, Brian. 2005.New Comic Releases.Washington Examiner (April 13): 31

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Truitt, Brian. 2006. A brutal 'History' lesson: Cronenberg's 'Violence' not for the squeamish. Washington Examiner (March 13)

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Batman villain flies again in new ‘Man-Bat’ miniseries. Washington Examiner (April 24): 22

Truitt, Brian. 2006. 'Bots, 'Cons revealed for blockbuster [Transformers animation]. Washington Examiner (August 21): 23

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Britain's 'Battler' royal: Thanks to Ennis, war hero gets a modern makeover. Washington Examiner (July 15): 15

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Comic - 'Cable / Deadpool vol. 4: Bosom Buddies'. Washington Examiner (March 13)

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Comic - 'JSA: Black Vengeance'. Washington Examiner (March 16)

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Davis is young at heart, and on film; 'Jimmy Neutron' creator goes small with 'The Ant Bully'. Washington Examiner (July 31): 21

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Graphic Novels. Washington Examiner (December 19)

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Hedging her bets: Wanda Sykes voices a skunk with self-esteem issues [Over the Hedge]. Washington Examiner (May 22): 25

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Hulk out properly [television show]. Washington Examiner (July 19): 24

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Kids’ DVDs [animation] Washington Examiner (December 14)

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Larry the cable truck: Southern comedian voices four-wheeled scene-stealer [Pixar's Cars]. Washington Examiner (June 9): 29

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Marvel embraces grrlpower with 'Dragon': Lesser-known characters take center stage. Washington Examiner (January 18). online at http://www.dcexaminer.com/articles/2006/01/20/features/comics/56acomics18dragon.txt

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Miyazaki's house of style: Oscar-nominated 'Castle' is a complex tour de force. Washington Examiner (March 16)

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (January 18): 21

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (February 1): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (February 15)

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (March 8): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (March 22)

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (April 12)

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (July 5): 24

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (July 12): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New comic book releases. Washington Examiner (July 19): 26

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (August 2): 24

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (August 9): 24

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (August 16): 24

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (August 23): 24

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (August 30): 24

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (September 6): 25

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (September 13)

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (September 27): 28

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (October 4): 32

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (October 11): 29

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (October 18): 27

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (October 25): 27

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (November 1): 29

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (November 29): 36

Truitt, Brian. 2006. New Comic Book Releases. Washington Examiner (December 6): 36

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Truitt, Brian. 2006. Simply Marvelous [Ms. Marvel]. Washington Examiner (March 8): 26

Truitt, Brian. 2006. The surreal super life; Television - Who Wants to Be a Superhero? Washington Examiner (July 27): 20

Truitt, Brian. 2006. Warren Ellis' 'Next' project: Comic writer tries his hand at absurdity [Nextwave from Marvel]. Washington Examiner (February 1). online at http://www.dcexaminer.com/articles/2006/02/01/features/comics/54acomics01nextwave.txt

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Unknown. 1912. Courthouse notes: Seeks accounting ['Bud' Fisher]. Los Angeles Times (June 2)

Unknown. 1913. Mrs. Bud Fisher hurt: Actress's throat cut - says she fell on broken pitcher. New York Times (June 26)

Unknown. 1913. Mrs. Bud Fisher injured: Actress, wife of cartoonist, falls with pitcher and slashes throat. Washington Post (June 26)

Unknown. 1915. Sad Experience of Big and Little Willie [cartoons about World War I]. Chatto & Windus

Unknown. 1917. Olivia Searches for a Husband: ''Doings of Duffs'' being Filmed in ''Movies''. Decatur Review (April 19): 14

Unknown. 1917. Search for Suitor in ''Movie'' plot [The Doings of the Duffs comic strip]. Decatur Review (June 10): 26

Unknown. 1918. American Caricatures Pertaining to the Civil War; reproduced from the original lithographs published from 1856-1872, with introduction [reprintof Caricatures Pertaining to the Civil War; reproduced from a private collection of originals designed for Currier & Ives (1892)]. New York : Brentano's

Unknown. 1918. Star Company May Reproduce 'Mutt and Jeff' Cartoons. Editor and Publisher (June 29)

Unknown. 1919? Mr. Punch's History of the Great War. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company

Unknown. 1922. Comic Drawings in Parish House [Gene Carr]. New York Times (April 13)

Unknown. 1925. Jiggs and Maggie ''on the carpet'' in Persia [McManus, Bringing Up Father]. Lethbridge Herald (March 14). Online at http://lethbridgeherald.newspaperarchive.com/PdfViewer.aspx?img=62613373

Unknown. 1926. How Cartoon are Syndicated: Million Dollars' Worth of Space Devoted by Newspapers Each Year to Comic Strip Showing Gasoline-Alley Adventures. Popular Mechanics (March): 451-456

Unknown. 1928. E. Carey, cartoonist, dies. New York Times (October 12)

Unknown. 1928. Edward Carey, sports cartoonist, dies in N.Y. Chicago Tribune (October 12)

Unknown. 1932. Jiggs' and Maggie's Twentieth Anniversary [McManus, Bringing Up Father]. Lethbridge Herald (January 23): 9. Online at http://lethbridgeherald.newspaperarchive.com/PdfViewer.aspx?img=68673822

Unknown. 1933. Own spirit of adventure impelled artist, writer to creat the Times Herald's new strip [Brick Bradford by Clarence Gray and William Ritt]. Middletown (NY) Times Herald (August 19)

Unknown. 1934. 100 Comic Cartoonists Guests of Marx Brothers. New York Herald Tribune (October 22)

Unknown. 1936. A dual personality [Brick Bradford by Clarence Gray and William Ritt]. Middletown (NY) Times Herald (December 31)

Unknown. 1936. Behind the Scenes [comic strips]. Popular Mechanics (January): 34-37, 130A, 132A

Unknown. 1938. Walt McDougall killed by bullet: Dean of cartoonists, 80, a suicide at Waterford, Conn. -- Diary noted 'tough times'. New York Times (March 7)

Unknown. 1939. Hollywood censores its animated cartoons. Look (January 17): 17-21

Unknown. 1940. Making of a 'Funny' [McManus, Bringing Up Father, comic strip printing technology]. Popular Science (March): 84-88

Unknown. 1941. Bioff Unions sign with Disney; Disregard strike. PM (July 10)

Unknown. 1941. Disney strike picket signs pack a punch. PM (July 22): 11

Unknown. 1941. Men who draw Walt Disney’s animated cartoons report on their own strike [cartoon journalism]. PM (June 6): 26-27

Unknown. 1941. Television’s newest character,a weather-predicting lamb… …has a sketch for every forecast [Douglas Leigh advertising animation]. PM (October 15): 22

Unknown. 1942. American cartoonists attack India's greatest man: They portray Gandhi as either fool or traitor [inc. Ding, Crawford, Talburt, Burt Thomas and Ray]. Life (August 24): 32

Unknown. 1942. Donald in Nutiland sired ‘Der Feuhrer’s Face’ [Disney World War II animation propaganda]. PM (November 3): 23

Unknown. 1942. Donld Duck was there [World War II propaganda airplane art]. PM (December 6)

Unknown. 1942. How to Draw for the Comics [Fisher, Greene, Farr, McCay, Binder, Marcoux and Small]. New York: Street & Smith

Unknown. 1942. It goes in here [World War II propaganda and caricature photograph]. PM (August 25)

Unknown. 1942. Speaking of pictures... Russian war posters are colorful and forceful [caricature]. Life (August 24)

Unknown. 1942. The Ducktators [Looney Tunes World War II propaganda and caricature]. PM (October 21): 22

Unknown. 1942. The New Spirit (In Which Donald Duck Learns How Income Taxes Will Bury the Axis) [Disney World War II animation propaganda]. PM (February 3): 12

Unknown. 1942. Walt Disney Goes to War. Life (August 31). online at http://www.animationarchive.org/2008/10/history-walts-war.html

Unknown. 1943. Comic strips at war [Ham Fisher's Joe Palooka, Leslie Turner's Wash Tubbs, Russ Westover's Tillie the Toiler, Siegel & Shuster's Superman, Frank Miller's Barney Baxter, Fred Laswell's Barney Google, V.T. Hamlin's Alley Oop, Frank Martinek's Don Winslow, Russell Ross' Jane Arden]. Look (November 30).

Unknown. 1945. [Freckles and Merrill Blosser article]. Calgary Albertan (October 3)

Unknown. 1950. Szyk given great ovation at July Fourth ceremony. New Canaan [CT] Advertiser (July 6): 1, 3

Unknown. 1950. Torchy Brown will be big hit in Courier [strip by black woman cartoonist Jackie Ormes]. Pittsburgh Courier (August 12)

Unknown. 1952. 'Bringing Up Father'': Running in Herald for 35 years - George McManus produces revealing autobiography in Collier's - Adds returns from Jiggs up to $12,000,000. Lethbridge Herald (January 29). Online at http://lethbridgeherald.newspaperarchive.com/PdfViewer.aspx?img=5477894

Unknown. 1953. Al Capp Exposed: The Secret Sex Life. Confidential (October)

Unknown. 1955. The Comics Code Authority. Newsdealer (January): 12-13

Unknown. 1956. Cartoonist dies in wreck of auto [Flash Gordon comic strip, Alex Raymond]. New York Times (September 7): A24

Unknown. 1957. Disney Productions Fail in Appeal Over ‘Peter Pan’. London Times (February 15)

Unknown. 1959. Cartoonists Honored; Creator of 'Gasoline Alley' and Others Cited Here [National Cartoonists Society]. New York Times (April 22)

Unknown. 1960. On your toes, spinach growers of America: Two Popeyes will be plugging your product and it's a wise child who can tell the difference. TV Guide (August 27)

Unknown. 1962. Luncheon Is Planned By Cartoonists Society [National Cartoonists Society]. New York Times (October 21)

Unknown. 1962. This is Huckleberry Hound, Yogi Bear, Quick draw McGraw, Blabbermouse, Snagglepuss, Baba Looey, Super Snooper, Augie Doggie Hokey Wolf, Mr. = Jinks -- and Dixie! [Hanna-Barbera animation voice artists Daws Butler]. TV Guide (February 24)

Unknown. 1963. Comic Books Writer's Digest 43(10):10

Unknown. 1963. Mullin to Be Honored At Boxing Writers' Fete. New York Times (December 29)

Unknown. 1964. A fond portrait of those wild... wartime comics [in Canada]. Maclean's (September 19): 28-30

Unknown. 1966, Gladys Parker, a Cartoonist, 56: Creator of ‘Mopsy’ dies of cancer on West Coast. New York Times (April 28)

Unknown. 1966. Comic Book Markets Writer's Digest 46(6):30

Unknown. 1966. Famous cartoonist honored by the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness. Sight Sav Rev 36 (3; Fall):168-9

Unknown. 1966. Gardner Rea, 72, Cartoonist, Dies; His Sharp-Edged Drawings Appeared in New Yorker. New York Times (December 29). Online at http://74.125.95.132/search?q=cache:HeV-BX9tSR8J:brookhavensouthhaven.org/history/Rea/GardnerReaObituary.htm+Rea+cartoonist&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

Unknown. 1967. Kinney plans to acquire National Periodical [DC] in exchange of stock. Wall Street Journal (July 24)

Unknown. 1968. Harold Gray, creator in 1924 of ‘Little Orphan Annie, dead. New York Times (May 10)

Unknown. 1968. Kinney National [DC] acquistion. Wall Street Journal (March 27)

Unknown. 1968. Small Talk: They give voice to Charlie Brown and co. [Peanuts animation]. TV Guide (February 10)

Unknown. 1968. Student has fascinating hobby [comic book, strip and art collector Ethan Roberts]. Daily Hampshire Gazette (May 7)

Unknown. 1970. Asterix invades Britain. Times of London (July 10)

Unknown. 1970. It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Nabil Fawzi! [translating comics including Superman into Arabic]. Aramco World Magazine 21 (2; March-April): cover, 18-25

Unknown. 1972. Cartoonist Is Fined in Sex Attempt [Al Capp]. United Press International (February 12)

Unknown. 1972. Cartoonists Will Honor Paige at Dinner Jan. 25 [National Cartoonists Society]. New York Times (January 16): S5

Unknown. 1972. Collectors of comic strips [Bill Blackbeard and San Francisco Academy of Comic Art]. Los Angeles Times (February 27)

Unknown. 1972. Letters: French Comic Strip London Magazine n.s.(12:1):132

Unknown. 1973. Cloyd Sweigert born feb 20, 1897 / C.J. Sweigert Dies; Political Cartoonist [obituary]. San Jose Mercury (February 21): 87

Unknown. 1974. Meet the Woodchucks [production staff including Gafford, Mitchell, Levitz, Harrison, Asherman, Rozakis, Lillian and Bridwell] Amazing World of DC Comics (1; July): 23

Unknown. 1975. [Lee Falk] Cartoonist PROfiles (27; September): 20-24

Unknown. 1975. The comic book market for freelancers such as it is Writer's Digest 55(4):25

Unknown. 1976. Doonesbury: Drawing and quartering for fun and profit. Time (Feburary 9): cover, 57-66

Unknown. 1977. St. Louis fetes Al Hirschfeld, a prodigal son. New York Times (May 2)

Unknown. 1977. What now, Asterix? Economist (November 12)

Unknown. 1979. Look - it's a PR gimmick! [Superman and Metropolis, IL]. Washington Star (February 3)

Unknown. 1980. Happy anniversary, Femlin [LeRoy Neiman]. Playboy (December)

Unknown. 1981. Art dealer [Stu Reisbord] becomes comic strip villain [in Leonard Starr's Annie]. Comics Feature (11; August): 22

Unknown. 1981. DC raises price to 60 cents; adds pages. Comics Feature (11; August): 14

Unknown. 1981. Focus: Comic Books Social Education 45(5):304

Unknown. 1981. Gene Colan leaves Marvel for DC, will pencil Batman, Wonder Woman and The Phantom Zone. Comics Feature (11; August): 13-14

Unknown. 1981. Jack Kirby returns to comics; Captain Victory on the way. Comics Feature (11; August): 15

Unknown. 1981. Marvel struggles to support schedules. Comics Feature (11; August): 15

Unknown. 1981. New Media expands comics line: 'Semi-pro' books set to debut in autumn. Comics Feature (11; August): 17

Unknown. 1981. New X-Man's debut delayed; [Silkie] Still Dave Cockrum's property. Comics Feature (11; August): 18

Unknown. 1981. NMP's Adventure Illustrated prepares for release. Comics Feature (11; August): 16

Unknown. 1981. 'Superman II,' in first weekend sets records. New York Times (June 22)

Unknown. 1982. [comic writer T. Casey Brennan anti-smoking campaign]. [Michigan] New Times (November 17)

Unknown. 1982. Doing the sigh of a goldfish [Mel Blanc]. New York Times (November 26)

Unknown. 1982. Harold Foster dies; Creator of 'Prince Valiant' was 89. New York Daily News (July 27?): 18

Unknown. 1982. Superman was 4-F [illustrated by Elwood H. Smith]. Parade (December 12)

Unknown. 1983. [editorial on Newman's letter on NY Times review of Ariel Dorfman's The Empire's Old Clothes: What The Lone Ranger, Babar, and other innocent hereoes do to our minds]. Wall Street Journal (June 2)

Unknown. 1983. Macabre? Not at all, says Gorey. New York Times (November 9)

Unknown. 1984. [Mel Blanc, the voice of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck et al...] Washington Post (March 31)

Unknown. 1984. Al Hirschfeld to get award. New York Times (May 5)

Unknown. 1984. Comic Books and History: A Symposium Radical History Review 28/30:229

Unknown. 1984. 'Kick the Habit' in zines [comic writer T. Casey Brennan anti-smoking campaign]. Fandom Times (8, November)

Unknown. 1984. Memorable voices [Mel Blanc]. New York Times (March 3)

Unknown. 1985. Off the shelf [Disney Channel]. New York Times (June 2)

Unknown. 1986. [black woman cartoonist Jackie Ormes obituary]. Chicago Defender (January 4)

Unknown. 1986. [black woman cartoonist Jackie Ormes obituary]. CT (January 3)

Unknown. 1986. [black woman cartoonist Jackie Ormes obituary]. Jet (January 20)

Unknown. 1986. Royer [exhibit catalogue]. Ixelles: Musée d'Ixelles/Museum van Elsene

Unknown. 1987. A super symposium [Superman]. New York Times (June 3)

Unknown. 1987. Strip aids [letter]. Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 37 (304): 526

Unknown. 1989. Cartoons [editorial in Italian]. Rivista dell Infermiere 8 (4; Oct-Dec): 172-4

Unknown. 1989. The cartoonist's assist [Mauldin]. Washington Post (March 13)

Unknown. 1990. DEATH TO MAGGIE BOOK SPARKS TORY UPROAR [British comic St. Swithin's Day by Grant Morrison] The Sun (March 19).

Unknown. 1990. Zap to Zippy: The Impact of Underground Comix. A Twenty-five Year Retrospective [includes Eisner and Griffith]. San Francisco: Cartoon Art Museum

Unknown. 1991. Black cartoonists [including Jackie Ormes]. Ebony Man (October)

Unknown. 1991. Cartoonists Across America [Phil Yeh literacy image chosen as Hungarian postage stamp]. The Comics Journal (142; June 1991): 23

Unknown. 1992. A sad day at DC Comics, as the staff mourns the world's superhero [Superman]. New York Times (November 19): B22

Unknown. 1992. 'Big' strip offered ['Big Flat City' by Richard Kolkman]. Editor and Publisher (November 2): 40

Unknown. 1992. Bill Mauldin to retire. Editor and Publisher (March 14): 32

Unknown. 1992. Bush enjoyed strips [of Nancy by Jerry Brown]. Editor and Publisher (March 14): 32

Unknown. 1992. Cartooning stamps? Editor and Publisher (March 14): 32

Unknown. 1992. Gathering in Florida [Joan and Dik Browne Cartoon Classic]. Editor and Publisher (March 14): 32

Unknown. 1992. Lurie [political cartoon] work goes to ex-Soviet republics. Editor and Publisher (November 2): 39

Unknown. 1992. NEA offers 'Pop Culture' strip after it runs in British newspapers [by Steve McGarry]. Editor and Publisher (November 2): 39

Unknown. 1992. New cartoon panel ['Endearing Species' by Dean Norman]. Editor and Publisher (November 2): 40

Unknown. 1992. Stamps for Strips. The Comics Journal (149; Mar): 23

Unknown. 1992. The Phantom Diary 1993. Sydney: Mallon Publications

Unknown. 1992. 'What' [is this?' by Dennis Boulay] panel offered. Editor and Publisher (March 14): 32

Unknown. 1993. [Editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers] On Pittsburgh daily. Editor and Publisher (January 30): 36

Unknown. 1993. [Jerry] Scott now treasurer [of National Cartoonists Society]. Editor and Publisher (September 4): 32

Unknown. 1993. [Jim Scancarelli attends] Harmonica meeting. Editor and Publisher (September 25): 34

Unknown. 1993. [Mell Lazarus] On another tv show. Editor and Publisher (February 13): 36

Unknown. 1993. [Political cartoonist Dan] Dowling dead at 87. Editor and Publisher (August 21): 36

Unknown. 1993. A joint comic effort [between Bill Griffith's Zippy and Tom Tomorrow's Sparky]. Editor and Publisher (January 30): 36

Unknown. 1993. A new comic name ['Snafu' changed to 'Beattie Blvd' for merchandising reasons]. Editor and Publisher (September 4): 32

Unknown. 1993. A new 'Pogo' writer [Michael Lewis replaces Peter Kelly]. Editor and Publisher (September 25): 34

Unknown. 1993. A story about birds [by 'Beaver Creek' creator Dean Norman]. Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993. A television update [Beakman's World]. Editor and Publisher (July 3): 38

Unknown. 1993. About baseball star ['Jump Start' by Robb Armstrong on Negro League star Gene Benson]. Editor and Publisher (January 30): 36

Unknown. 1993. About black artists [in Ebony magazines]. Editor and Publisher (January 9): 30

Unknown. 1993. 'Aladdin' sequence available from King [and Disney]. Editor and Publisher (October 23): 35

Unknown. 1993. 'Alley Oop' birthday. Editor and Publisher (August 7): 38

Unknown. 1993. An ACE for Hamill [from National Cartoonists Society]. Editor and Publisher (December 11): 42

Unknown. 1993. An editorial cartoon roundup covers '92. Editor and Publisher (January 2): 60

Unknown. 1993. Anti-tobacco strips [in 'Crock']. Editor and Publisher (December 11): 42

Unknown. 1993. API names fellows [Mike Peters]. Editor and Publisher (August 14): 31

Unknown. 1993. Arkansas cartoonist draws the new prez [Sherrie Shepherd's 'Francie']. Editor and Publisher (January 23): 34

Unknown. 1993. Babin is syndicated [in editorial cartoon package]. Editor and Publisher (November 6): 32

Unknown. 1993. 'Baby Blues' gallery [opens in Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center]. Editor and Publisher (February 13): 36

Unknown. 1993. Baby born in 'Baby' [Baby Blues]. Editor and Publisher (August 21): 36

Unknown. 1993. 'Batch' and 'Batch' [strips with same name]. Editor and Publisher (November 6): 32

Unknown. 1993. Business cartoon is introduced by TMS [Bottom Liners by Bill & Eric Teitelbaum]. Editor and Publisher (April 17): 39

Unknown. 1993. Callahan list [of clients] grows. Editor and Publisher (July 10): 28

Unknown. 1993. Cantone organizes cartoon exhibit [No Laughing Matter: Political Cartoons on the Environment]. Editor and Publisher (February 20): 36

Unknown. 1993. Cartoon exhibitions. Editor and Publisher (September 4): 32

Unknown. 1993. Cartoon show news [Human rights exhibit by Jerry Robinson; political cartoonist Oswaldo Sagastegui]. Editor and Publisher (October 30): 34

Unknown. 1993. Cartoons auctioned. Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993. Cartoons cover the top stories of 1993. Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993. Comic on computer [Dilbert]. Editor and Publisher (May 15): 40

Unknown. 1993. Comic stars dragon [Jon Urban's 'Potluck']. Editor and Publisher (November 6): 32

Unknown. 1993. Comics are offered ['The Recyclers'; 'Henry'; and 'Kahn' by Jim James Productions]. Editor and Publisher (January 9): 30

Unknown. 1993. Comics are ranked [in polls]. Editor and Publisher (October 23): 36

Unknown. 1993. Comics from Singer ['Fantastic Facts' by Jim Gilbert, 'Giraffics' by Petro, 'Paradise Park' by Roland Claude, 'The Pirateer of Pawcatuck' by Mary Fallon Fisher, 'Tiffani' by Peaco Todd]. Editor and Publisher (December 18): 44

Unknown. 1993. 'Cool Jerk' cartoon [by Paul Horn]. Editor and Publisher (July 24): 32

Unknown. 1993. Created 'Alley Oop' [Vincent T. Hamlin obituary]. Editor and Publisher (June 26): 36

Unknown. 1993. Creative use of color [San Diego Union-Tribune truck painted with comic strips 'Blondie', 'Rex Morgan, M.D.', 'Beetle Bailey']. Editor and Publisher (September 25): 22C

Unknown. 1993. 'Dick Tracy' update [Locher writing strip]. Editor and Publisher (March 20): 36

Unknown. 1993. Did several comics [Malcolm Hancock obituary]. Editor and Publisher (March 27): 48

Unknown. 1993. Disney's withdrawal [from former Yugoslavia]. Editor and Publisher (February 6): 35

Unknown. 1993. Drew 'Mary Worth' [Bill Ziegler obituary]. Editor and Publisher (August 21): 36

Unknown. 1993. Educational videos [by Morrie Turner]. Editor and Publisher (July 24): 32

Unknown. 1993. Elvis impersonation [by Mark Alan Stamaty at the White House]. Editor and Publisher (March 27): 48

Unknown. 1993. 'First Lady' strip is introduced by TMS [by Madeline Brogan]. Editor and Publisher (October 9): 31

Unknown. 1993. 'Gasoline' turns 75. Editor and Publisher (November 20): 44

Unknown. 1993. Groening syndicate office in new locale. Editor and Publisher (April 17): 39

Unknown. 1993. 'Hagar' anniversary. Editor and Publisher (February 6): 35

Unknown. 1993. Halloween cartoons [with safety tips and Garfield]. Editor and Publisher (October 23): 36

Unknown. 1993. He created 'Quincy' [Ted Shearer obituary]. Editor and Publisher (January 9): 30

Unknown. 1993. Herblock improving. Editor and Publisher (August 7): 38

Unknown. 1993. Human rights show [curated by Jerry Robinson]. Editor and Publisher (June 26): 36

Unknown. 1993. Human-rights show [curated by Jerry Robinson]. Editor and Publisher (October 2): 32

Unknown. 1993. Hurd cartoon book. Editor and Publisher (October 30): 34

Unknown. 1993. Illegal merchandise ['Calvin & Hobbes' bootleg t-shirts]. Editor and Publisher (July 10): 28

Unknown. 1993. In their underpants [Berke Breathed's Outland]. Editor and Publisher (August 7): 38

Unknown. 1993. It's computer-drawn ['The Bytemans' by Jim Wagner]. Editor and Publisher (September 11): 48

Unknown. 1993. Ivins is speaker at cartoon convention. Editor and Publisher (May 22): 34.

Unknown. 1993. Jailed due to 'B.C.' [in Saudi Arabia; religious censorship]. Editor and Publisher (August 7): 38

Unknown. 1993. Kerber doing comic [panel 'Eco-logic'] Editor and Publisher (November 6): 32

Unknown. 1993. 'Les Moore' cartoon [syndicated by Phillip Jewell]. Editor and Publisher (February 13): 36

Unknown. 1993. 'Luann' cast grows. Editor and Publisher (September 11): 48

Unknown. 1993. Lurie in 'Guinness'. Editor and Publisher (July 31): 34

Unknown. 1993. Lurie named fellow. Editor and Publisher (August 21): 36

Unknown. 1993. Lurie-named award. Editor and Publisher (September 25): 34

Unknown. 1993. MacNelly and panel are also on schedule. Editor and Publisher (September 25): 33

Unknown. 1993. 'Mad' veteran doing a syndicated comic [Dave Berg's 'Roger Kaputnik']. Editor and Publisher (January 16): 42

Unknown. 1993. Many 'Dilbert' fans. Editor and Publisher (November 20): 44

Unknown. 1993. 'Marmaduke' [blood donation] promo. Editor and Publisher (July 3): 38

Unknown. 1993. Massive sales effort [political cartoonist Geoffrey Yerke]. Editor and Publisher (July 31): 34

Unknown. 1993. 'Middletons' switch. Editor and Publisher (October 30): 34

Unknown. 1993. Montana company's syndicated package [Prose Works; editorial cartoons]. Editor and Publisher (January 23): 34

Unknown. 1993. NEA is syndicating Christmas sequence ['The Grizzwells' by Bill Schorr]. Editor and Publisher (November 27): 33

Unknown. 1993. New 'Annie' music [illustrated by Leonard Starr]. Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993. New comic strip for black-owned newspapers [Posro Komic's The Griots]. Editor and Publisher (March 13): 32

Unknown. 1993. New title for comic ['Slylock Fox']. Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993. News about awards [Herblock receives award from the American Lung Association]. Editor and Publisher (October 2): 32

Unknown. 1993. News about 'Funky'. Editor and Publisher (July 3): 38

Unknown. 1993. News about honors [Ruben Bolling; Walt Handelsman; Jerry Scott; Garfield]. Editor and Publisher (May 8): 40

Unknown. 1993. Northwest cartoons [editorial cartoons by Scott Bateman]. Editor and Publisher (September 11): 48

Unknown. 1993. Ohio State donation [of David Crane originals by Creig Flessel]. Editor and Publisher (October 23): 36

Unknown. 1993. 'Pluggers' comic is introduced by TMS [Jeff MacNelly]. Editor and Publisher (January 16): 41

Unknown. 1993. Post-surgery return for Post's Herblock. Editor and Publisher (September 25): 32

Unknown. 1993. Programs and more [Spider-Man; Animal Crackers; Annie; Baby Blues; Wee Pals]. Editor and Publisher (May 8): 40

Unknown. 1993. Rare art is available [from Newspaper Features Council]. Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993. Readers rate strips. Editor and Publisher (December 18): 44

Unknown. 1993. Readers respond to comic and columns [Doonesbury poll]. Editor and Publisher (May 22): 34.

Unknown. 1993. Readers respond to 'Peanuts' and polls. Editor and Publisher (July 10): 27

Unknown. 1993. Reuben finalists all on Universal roster. Editor and Publisher (February 27): 34 '',

Unknown. 1993. Ripped off 'Zippy'? Editor and Publisher (July 31): 34

Unknown. 1993. 'Rose' strip rises to top of comic survey. Editor and Publisher (January 2): 60

Unknown. 1993. Schorr wins contest. Editor and Publisher (December 11): 42

Unknown. 1993. Schulz sixth on list [of Forbes richest entertainers]. Editor and Publisher (September 25): 34

Unknown. 1993. Sharpnack cartoons [editorial cartoons are self-syndicated]. Editor and Publisher (December 25): 34

Unknown. 1993. Show and donation [of editorial cartoonist Bill Crawford]. Editor and Publisher (September 11): 48

Unknown. 1993. Spider-Man starring in a crossover story. Editor and Publisher (October 9): 31

Unknown. 1993. 'Starr' creator [Dale Messick] talks. Editor and Publisher (June 19): 64

Unknown. 1993. 'Stepfamilies' comic [by Richard Sirgiovanni]. Editor and Publisher (December 18): 44

Unknown. 1993. Strip features three female generations ['9 Chickweed Lane' by Brooke McEldowney]. Editor and Publisher (July 10): 27

Unknown. 1993. Sun-Times offering 'Batch' comic trip [by Marin Bartels and William Lane]. Editor and Publisher (September 25): 33

Unknown. 1993. 'Tank' comic ahead on Schott situation. Editor and Publisher (February 27): 34

Unknown. 1993. 'Tar Pit' feature has a prehistoric setting [by Steve Dickenson]. Editor and Publisher (July 3): 37

Unknown. 1993. Truck delivers yuks [San Diego Union-Tribune truck painted with comic strips 'Blondie', 'Rex Morgan, M.D.', 'Beetle Bailey']. Editor and Publisher (July 3): 38

Unknown. 1993. Two comic contests ['Lockhorns' and 'Dilbert']. Editor and Publisher (January 2): 61

Unknown. 1993. United gives library numerous cartoons. Editor and Publisher (February 13): 35

Unknown. 1993. United has [Dick Wright] portraits. Editor and Publisher (August 28): 32

Unknown. 1993. Universal has panel with home-life gags [John McPherson's Close to Home]. Editor and Publisher (February 6): 35

Unknown. 1993. Universal strips win four comic surveys. Editor and Publisher (August 28): 31

Unknown. 1993. Veinte anos de comics [Spanish comics]. Aula de Literatura Vicens Vives.

Unknown. 1993. Veinte anos de comics [Spanish comics]. Aula de Literatura Vicens Vives.

Unknown. 1993. Wendy's promotion [Peter Guren's 'Ask Shagg' with fast-food restaurant]. Editor and Publisher (November 27): 34

Unknown. 1993. Wingert dead at 74 ['Hubert' creator]. Editor and Publisher (December 11): 42

Unknown. 1993. WPWG syndicating a recipe comic strip ['Cheap Thrills Cuisine' by Bill Lombardo and Thach Bui]. Editor and Publisher (August 28): 31

Unknown. 1993. Wright has package of political portraits. Editor and Publisher (June 19): 63

Unknown. 1993. 'Young Rube' show [play based on Goldberg's life]. Editor and Publisher (September 25): 34

Unknown. 1994. [Bunny Hoest] Speaks on campus. Editor and Publisher (July 2): 54

Unknown. 1994. [Debra] Solomon does film [animated 'Mrs. Matisse']. Editor and Publisher (April 9): 48

Unknown. 1994. [Editorial cartoonist Ed] Stein starts cartoon. Editor & Publisher (September 3): 36

Unknown. 1994. [Editorial cartoonist Marshall Ramsey] In cartoon package. Editor & Publisher (August 20): 36

Unknown. 1994. [Frank] Ridgeway dies at 64 [Mr. Abernathy creator]. Editor and Publisher (November 5): 37

Unknown. 1994. ['Gasoline Alley'] Anniversary marked.. Editor and Publisher (November 26): 31

Unknown. 1994. [Mike Peters holds Grimmy's Look-Alike] Anniversary contest. Editor and Publisher (July 30): 32

Unknown. 1994. [Oliver Harrington] Returns to America. Editor and Publisher (February 5): 32

Unknown. 1994. [Pop Art Times] Insert about comics. Editor and Publisher (September 24): 34

Unknown. 1994. ['Small Society' creator Morrie] Brickman dies at 76. Editor and Publisher (April 2): 32

Unknown. 1994. [Stan Lee] Gets a lifetime pack [with Marvel Entertainment Group (which is broken in 1999)]. Editor and Publisher (May 28): 32

Unknown. 1994. A comics exhibition [at Barnum Museum]. Editor and Publisher (December 17): 42

Unknown. 1994. A comics publisher [Alfred Harvey dies]. Editor and Publisher (July 16): 50

Unknown. 1994. A waffling dilemma [Tom Tomorrow and Garry Trudeau use same symbol for Clinton]. Editor & Publisher (August 27): 36

Unknown. 1994. 'Adolf' strip offered ['Lil' Adolph' by Ella Koch and Al Kesselring]. Editor and Publisher (June 4): 56

Unknown. 1994. Already-known strip offered by Creators [Jeff Shesol's Thatch]. Editor and Publisher (October 22): 41

Unknown. 1994. An interactive strip ['Normy's Beach Babe-O-Rama' video game based on 'Making It: A Survival Guide for Today' strip by Keith Robinson]. Editor and Publisher (June 4): 56

Unknown. 1994. An offbeat cartoon ['Tomfoolery' by Mark Dolan]. Editor and Publisher (December 31): 30

Unknown. 1994. An online 'Peanuts'. Editor and Publisher (December 17): 42

Unknown. 1994. Anti-illiteracy effort by Ohio cartoonists. Editor and Publisher (December 17): 41

Unknown. 1994. Anti-smoking comic. Editor and Publisher (November 5): 37

Unknown. 1994. Apollo and Snoopy [Peanuts]. Editor and Publisher (July 23): 32

Unknown. 1994. Batiuk's gun series. Editor and Publisher (June 4): 56

Unknown. 1994. Beetle, Lois reunite. Editor and Publisher (October 22): 42

Unknown. 1994. 'Big Nate' to switch. Editor & Publisher (May 7): 36

Unknown. 1994. Bill Mauldin… New York Times (April 28)

Unknown. 1994. Browne comic ends ['Chris Browne's Comic Strip']. Editor and Publisher (July 23): 32

Unknown. 1994. California cartoons [editorial cartoons by T. Brian Kelly]. Editor and Publisher (April 9): 48

Unknown. 1994. 'Caniffites' goes on. Editor and Publisher (July 30): 32

Unknown. 1994. Cartoon duck ['Mallard Fillmore'] soars. Editor and Publisher (July 2): 54

Unknown. 1994. Cartoon pregnancy [in 'Baby Blues']. Editor and Publisher (March 5): 32

Unknown. 1994. Cartoon stamps are expected next year [contemporary strips excluded]. Editor and Publisher (September 17): 35

Unknown. 1994. Cartoonist [Nicole Hollander] files suit. Editor and Publisher (April 2): 32

Unknown. 1994. Cartoonist [Paul Fell] has new fax and radio effort. Editor and Publisher (July 2): 53-4

Unknown. 1994. Cartoonist to 'temp' for his former paper [Wiley]. Editor and Publisher (April 16): 47

Unknown. 1994. Cartoon-like canine ['Mother Goose & Grimm' contest]. . Editor and Publisher (October 8): 46

Unknown. 1994. Cartoons on wheels [painted on public bus]. Editor and Publisher (April 2): 32

Unknown. 1994. Christmas cartoons ['Betty' by Gary Delainey and Gerry Rasmussen]. Editor and Publisher (November 26): 31

Unknown. 1994. Cigarettes bug him [Ruben Bolling]. Editor and Publisher (March 5): 32

Unknown. 1994. Civil War sequence [in 'Gasoline Alley']. Editor and Publisher (July 23): 32

Unknown. 1994. Claimants seek pay [against NY Weekly including Bolling and Rall]. Editor and Publisher (April 2): 32

Unknown. 1994. Comic adds bishop ['For Heaven's Sake' religious strip by Rev. Mike Morgan]. Editor and Publisher (January 22): 32

Unknown. 1994. Comic is blown up [Prince Valiant printed at tabloid size]. Editor and Publisher (February 26): 42

Unknown. 1994. Comic is reinstated ['One Big Happy' by Rick Detorie]. Editor and Publisher (March 12): 44

Unknown. 1994. Comic stars teacher ['Mr. Klass' by Mike Suchcicki]. Editor and Publisher (March 19): 60

Unknown. 1994. Comic strip on disk ['Big Flat City' by Richard Kolkman]. Editor and Publisher (September 24): 34

Unknown. 1994. Comics are donated [Dick Wingert's 'Hubert']. Editor and Publisher (March 12): 44

Unknown. 1994. Comics fans speak [in poll]. Editor and Publisher (May 28): 32

Unknown. 1994. 'Committed' comic launched by United [Michael Fry]. Editor and Publisher (March 12): 43

Unknown. 1994. Computer cartoons. Editor and Publisher (November 26): 31

Unknown. 1994. Conrad's collection [of political cartoons donated to Huntington Library]. Editor and Publisher (February 26): 42

Unknown. 1994. Conservative artist [Chuck Asay] signs with Creators. Editor and Publisher (January 8): 31

Unknown. 1994. Countdown comics [Schulz's annual 'Peanuts Christmas Countdown' ads]. Editor and Publisher (November 19): 42

Unknown. 1994. Crime bill cartoons [by editorial cartoonist Henry Payne]. Editor & Publisher (August 27): 36

Unknown. 1994. CWS package has cartoons on soccer. Editor and Publisher (June 11): 32

Unknown. 1994. Davis, United close 'Garfield' agreement. Editor and Publisher (June 4): 55

Unknown. 1994. D-Day is recalled in 'Peanuts' sequence [for second time]. Editor and Publisher (June 11): 31

Unknown. 1994. 'Dennis' creator [Hank Ketcham] will retire at end of year. Editor and Publisher (October 29): 32 '',

Unknown. 1994. 'Doonesbury' series [about gays in the Catholic Church and thus religion] gets editor reaction. Editor and Publisher (June 11): 32

Unknown. 1994. Drake will be guest. Editor and Publisher (September 24): 34

Unknown. 1994. Drew aviation strip [Zack Mosley obituary]. Editor and Publisher (January 8): 32

Unknown. 1994. Editorial cartoonist [Jerry Holbert] is being syndicated. Editor and Publisher (June 18): 43

Unknown. 1994. Editorial cartoonist starts 'Media' strip [Jack Ohman's 'Mixed Media']. Editor and Publisher (April 2): 31

Unknown. 1994. E-mailers excise 'X' [Sherman's Lagoon poll]. Editor and Publisher (July 30): 32

Unknown. 1994. English cartoonists do Universal comic ['Tight Corner' by Ken Grundy and Malcolm Willett]. Editor and Publisher (June 18): 43

Unknown. 1994. Feature trio offered ['Mordred Labrat' panel by Keith Olsen]. Editor & Publisher (September 3): 36

Unknown. 1994. Festivals and shows [for comics centennial]. Editor and Publisher (August 6): 32

Unknown. 1994. Finalists are named for cartooning prize. Editor and Publisher (March 26): 32

Unknown. 1994. Fiscehtti recipients [editorial cartoonists John Deering and Bill Day]. Editor and Publisher (November 5): 37

Unknown. 1994. Food-drive cartoon [Bil Keane]. Editor and Publisher (March 12): 44

Unknown. 1994. 'Friends' cartoon is syndicated by King ['Between Friends' by Sandra Bell Lundy]. Editor and Publisher (June 18): 43

Unknown. 1994. From strip to panel [Jerry Van Amerongen's 'Ballard Street']. Editor and Publisher (February 19):48

Unknown. 1994. Gould remembered [at Dick Tracy Days]. Editor & Publisher (September 3): 36

Unknown. 1994. Groundbreaking for museum in Florida. Editor and Publisher (December 3): 33

Unknown. 1994. Hard hitting cartoon jab [by Bruce Beattie used on tv]. Editor and Publisher (March 5): 32

Unknown. 1994. Howard Stern strip [by Dave Miller]. Editor and Publisher (January 22): 32

Unknown. 1994. 'Hunny' kid feature offers short stories [Bunny Hoest]. Editor and Publisher (February 12): 45

Unknown. 1994. Inspired by [a Herblock] cartoon. Editor and Publisher (October 22): 42

Unknown. 1994. IPS, cartoon group [Souther California Cartoonists Society] and writer honored. Editor and Publisher (September 17): 36

Unknown. 1994. Larson liked panels published by paper. Editor and Publisher (December 31): 29

Unknown. 1994. LATS to syndicate 'Nooz' comic panel. Editor and Publisher (July 16): 49

Unknown. 1994. Locher prize winner [is editorial cartoonist John Davidson]. Editor and Publisher (June 4): 56

Unknown. 1994. Lurie cartoon award. Editor and Publisher (June 18): 46

Unknown. 1994. Lurie prize awarded [political cartoons]. Editor and Publisher (October 22): 42

Unknown. 1994. Lurie spotlighted in new Guinness book. Editor and Publisher (December 3): 33

Unknown. 1994. McDonnell is doing 'Mutts' comic strip. Editor and Publisher (October 29): 32

Unknown. 1994. Medal [of Freedom] for Herblock. Editor and Publisher (July 30): 32

Unknown. 1994. Mideast feature has column and cartoon [editorial cartoon by Lurie]. Editor and Publisher (January 29): 36

Unknown. 1994. Millions mourn loss of Gallic hero [Asterix]. Sunday Times (June 5)

Unknown. 1994. More funds coming for cartoon building [for International Museum of Cartoon Art]. Editor and Publisher (September 17): 35

Unknown. 1994. Museum moving to a bigger S.F. space.. Editor and Publisher (December 10): 36

Unknown. 1994. New video for kids [by Fred Lasswell]. Editor and Publisher (February 26): 42

Unknown. 1994. News about awards [Dick Locher from FBI]. Editor and Publisher (December 17): 42

Unknown. 1994. News about awards [Herblock, Luckovich, Morrie Turner]. Editor and Publisher (May 28): 31

Unknown. 1994. News of [Tom] Tomorrow. Editor and Publisher (March 19): 60

Unknown. 1994. Newsletters are out. Editor and Publisher (November 19): 42

Unknown. 1994. Offbeat comic panel ['Speed Bump' by Dave Coverly] offered by Creators. Editor and Publisher (June 18): 42

Unknown. 1994. Packet of cartoons [Kent Whitaker]. Editor and Publisher (March 12): 44

Unknown. 1994. Petition for 'Dilbert'. Editor and Publisher (December 3): 34

Unknown. 1994. 'Pling' comic panel ['Ask Pling Anything' by Sharon Awrey and Scott Wollum]. Editor and Publisher (February 26): 42

Unknown. 1994. 'Popeye' cartoonist Bud Sagendorf dies. Editor and Publisher (October 1): 35

Unknown. 1994. 'Popeye' in Florida [amusement theme park]. Editor and Publisher (December 3): 34

Unknown. 1994. Positive reaction to 'Spider-Man' story. Editor and Publisher (March 12): 43

Unknown. 1994. Princely happening [Prince Valiant's 3000 episode]. Editor and Publisher (August 13): 34

Unknown. 1994. Pulitzer nomination for Lynn Johnston? Editor and Publisher (March 26): 32

Unknown. 1994. Robin Williams film [planned on John Callahan]. Editor and Publisher (April 2): 32

Unknown. 1994. Rogers hits a triple [editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers]. Editor and Publisher (July 23): 32

Unknown. 1994. Russian resurfaces [in 'Motley's Crew']. Editor and Publisher (April 9): 48

Unknown. 1994. SA AIDS comic 'Roxy' [South African educational comic book]. Nursing RSA 9(10; October): 4

Unknown. 1994. Schulz travels back home to Minnesota. Editor and Publisher (October 1): 35

Unknown. 1994. Schulz will speak at California gathering. Editor and Publisher (February 26): 42

Unknown. 1994. Series goes on line ['Phantom 2040']. Editor and Publisher (December 3): 34

Unknown. 1994. Shagg on 'Siendfeld' and 'Ellen' sitcoms. Editor and Publisher (October 22): 41

Unknown. 1994. Siers joins package [caricatures by Kevin Siers, Ron Coddington and Tim Van Ness for 'Faces in the News']. Editor and Publisher (July 2): 54

Unknown. 1994. Six cartoon panels in 'Guest' package. Editor and Publisher (June 11): 31

Unknown. 1994. Some are critical of 'Lion King' column [Disney animated film]. Editor and Publisher (July 23): 31

Unknown. 1994. Spillane comic strip features private eye ['Mike Danger' syndicated by Big Entertainment]. Editor and Publisher (September 17): 36 Unknown. 1994. A kids' health effort [in 'Doonesbury']. Editor and Publisher (September 24): 34

Unknown. 1994. Strip features a cat and a beauty salon ['Process' by Crystal Davenport; African-American strip]. Editor and Publisher (August 6): 31

Unknown. 1994. Successful auction. Editor and Publisher (December 17): 42

Unknown. 1994. Sunday rock comic ['Dick Clark's Rock and Roll Remember' by Clark, Don Sherwood and Fred Bronson] is being syndicated. Editor and Publisher (September 10): 37

Unknown. 1994. Syndicate produces exhibition in Egypt [curated by Jerry Robinson for World Population Conference]. Editor and Publisher (September 10): 36

Unknown. 1994. Syndicated creators part of library show [Bil Keane]. Editor and Publisher (February 5): 31

Unknown. 1994. 'Terry' on television. Editor and Publisher (April 9): 48

Unknown. 1994. Thaves art in show. Editor and Publisher (March 12): 44

Unknown. 1994. 'The Far Side' and 'Calvin' win survey. Editor and Publisher (January 8): 31

Unknown. 1994. The widely syndicated 'Far Side' is being discontinued by Larson. Editor and Publisher (October 8): 45

Unknown. 1994. Traffic safety comic ['Family Circus' by Bil Keane]. Editor and Publisher (August 6): 32

Unknown. 1994. Trudeau is satirized [by editorial cartoonist Henry Payne]. Editor and Publisher (May 28): 32

Unknown. 1994. 'Tumbleweeds' fun [at amusement park]. Editor and Publisher (February 5): 32

Unknown. 1994. Two comics offered [African-American strips by Van Stone and Darius Jones]. Editor and Publisher (December 3): 34

Unknown. 1994. Universal donation for cartoon festival. Editor and Publisher (November 19): 41

Unknown. 1994. Upbeat offbeat total [Mark Parisi's 'off the mark' panel]. Editor and Publisher (November 5): 37

Unknown. 1994. Updated version of Caniff strip coming. Editor and Publisher (October 1): 35

Unknown. 1994. Wages are awarded [to Ted Rall]. Editor and Publisher (May 28): 32

Unknown. 1994. Wife of Dick Tracy is filing for divorce. Editor and Publisher (February 5): 31

Unknown. 1994. 'Wizard' lover votes thousands of times [in poll]. Editor and Publisher (December 31): 29

Unknown. 1995. [Dick Tracy writer] Kilian authors novel. Editor and Publisher (September 9): 36

Unknown. 1995. ['Dilbert'] Comic is reinstated. Editor and Publisher (February 4): 36

Unknown. 1995. [Editorial cartoonist Drew] Litton work on web. Editor and Publisher (September 9): 36

Unknown. 1995. [Editorial cartoonist Hugh] Haynie is departing. Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995. [Frank] Robbins dies at 77. Editor and Publisher (January 7): 68

Unknown. 1995. [Future Features] Syndicate on web.. Editor and Publisher (August 19): 36

Unknown. 1995. [Popularity of adult comic books]. National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (May 10)

Unknown. 1995. [Swedish] Award and book for 'Dilbert' cartoonist. Editor and Publisher (November 11): 47

Unknown. 1995. [Website by Hildebrandt Brothers] About art in 'Terry'. Editor and Publisher (September 16): 42

Unknown. 1995. A bad golfers event [founded by Pat Oliphant]. Editor and Publisher (July 8): 34

Unknown. 1995. A cartoon call-back [John Callahan cartoon of Marin Luther King]. Editor and Publisher (May 13): 39-40

Unknown. 1995. A Christmas series [Wiley 'Non Sequiter']. Editor and Publisher (November 18): 40

Unknown. 1995. A killing is coming [in 'Terry and the Pirates'] Editor and Publisher (December 2): 40

Unknown. 1995. A move and awards [editorial cartoonists David Horsey, Jim Berry]. Editor and Publisher (July 29): 34

Unknown. 1995. A show about Hart. Editor & Publisher (October 7): 36

Unknown. 1995. A suicide attempt in 'Funky' comic strip. Editor and Publisher (June 17): 36

Unknown. 1995. Against cartoon tax. Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995. An award for Batiuk. Editor and Publisher (February 4): 36

Unknown. 1995. An index of comics. Editor and Publisher (September 2): 28

Unknown. 1995. AOL appearances. Editor and Publisher (July 22): 36

Unknown. 1995. Art sales for Cohen. Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995. Artists going online . Editor and Publisher (August 19): 36

Unknown. 1995. Artists going online. Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995. 'Ask Shagg' e-mail. Editor and Publisher (November 18): 40

Unknown. 1995. 'Baby Blues' name. Editor and Publisher (April 1): 36

Unknown. 1995. Best cartoons book. Editor and Publisher (April 15): 40

Unknown. 1995. 'Betty' strip moves. Editor and Publisher (November 25): 36

Unknown. 1995. Billy the kid cameo [from Family Circus in Zippy]. Editor and Publisher (January 7): 68

Unknown. 1995. Birthday for 'Love' ['Love Is...' by Kim Casali] Editor and Publisher (February 25): 30

Unknown. 1995. 'Bootsie' cartoonist [Oliver Harrington dies]. Editor and Publisher (November 18): 40

Unknown. 1995. 'Calvin wins [poll] again. Editor and Publisher (September 9): 36

Unknown. 1995. 'Captain Canuck' is star of a story strip [by Canadian Richard Comely]. Editor and Publisher (August 12): 35

Unknown. 1995. Career in comics is focus of new book [by Lee Nordling]. Editor and Publisher (December 9): 32

Unknown. 1995. Caricature package ['Caricatures of the World'] marks 10th birthday. Editor and Publisher (July 15): 35

Unknown. 1995. Cartoon centennial celebrated in show ['100 Years of Cartoon Art in America' by Newspaper Features Council]. Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Unknown. 1995. Cartoon centennial is theme of festival. Editor and Publisher (July 29): 33

Unknown. 1995. Cartoon credit card for Florida museum. Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Unknown. 1995. Cartoon draws bomb donations [Oklahoma City bombing cartoon by Dan Wasserman]. Editor and Publisher (June 10): 35

Unknown. 1995. Cartoon on racism is still controversial. Editor and Publisher (September 16): 41

Unknown. 1995. Cartoon trio offered [Buzz Gambill's Caricatoons, Heartland, and Murfy]. Editor and Publisher (January 14): 40

Unknown. 1995. Cartoonist [John Belfi] has died. Editor and Publisher (October 28): 36

Unknown. 1995. Cartoonist is returning to Nebraskan paper [Paul Fell]. Editor and Publisher (August 5): 27

Unknown. 1995. Cartoonists draw a crowd at post office. Editor and Publisher (November 11): 47

Unknown. 1995. Cartoons and book by New York artist [Abe Blashko]. Editor and Publisher (December 9): 32

Unknown. 1995. Cartoons supported [in poll; 'Rubes' and 'Alley Oop']. Editor and Publisher (January 14): 40

Unknown. 1995. Changes in awards [from National Cartoonists Society]. Editor and Publisher (February 4): 36

Unknown. 1995. 'Chaos' on Internet. Editor and Publisher (March 4): 44 [Unknown.] 1995. Bumsteads hit a rocky patch. Albany Times Union (Oct 12):A2.

Unknown. 1995. Columns and comic offered by Little [Mark Tatulli's 'Bent Halos' religious strip]. Editor and Publisher (October 14): 33-4

Unknown. 1995. Comic about sports ['Play of the Day' by Bob Kuhn]. Editor and Publisher (September 9): 36

Unknown. 1995. Comic anniversary ['Kit 'n' Carlyle' by Larry Wright]. Editor and Publisher (December 2): 40

Unknown. 1995. Comic cat [Garfield] has new operation in Japan. Editor and Publisher (February 4): 34

Unknown. 1995. Comic creator dies [Richard Yager]. Editor and Publisher (August 12): 36

Unknown. 1995. Comic helps SADD [Luann by Greg Evans]. Editor and Publisher (June 3): 50

Unknown. 1995. Comic panel offered by Jennifer Berman Editor and Publisher (March 11): 40-1

Unknown. 1995. Comic stamp event [Jim Scancarelli signing]. Editor and Publisher (October 21): 41

Unknown. 1995. Comic stars critters on edge of suburbs [Michael Fry & T. Lewis Over the Hedge]. Editor and Publisher (May 27): 33

Unknown. 1995. Comic with all the colors of the wind [Disney's Pocahantas]? Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Unknown. 1995. Comics centennial events are coming; They include 100th anniversary exhibits, the unveiling of stamps, convention sessions and a cartoon festival. Editor and Publisher (March 18): 40

Unknown. 1995. Comics featured on new internet locale. Editor and Publisher (April 8): 29

Unknown. 1995. CompuServe strips. Editor and Publisher (December 2): 40

Unknown. 1995. Computerized color in Sunday 'Luann'. Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Unknown. 1995. Conrad exhibit and discussion in Calif. Editor and Publisher (June 17): 36

Unknown. 1995. 'Crabby' comic has entered syndication [Maxine, from Hallmark Cards, in Crabby Road by John Wagner]. Editor and Publisher (March 25): 54

Unknown. 1995. Creators is offering celebrity caricatures [Alex Perez]. Editor and Publisher (February 18): 43

Unknown. 1995. Creators Syndicate offering Park panel [W.B. Park's Off The Leash]. Editor and Publisher (January 14): 39

Unknown. 1995. CWS continues to distribute 'Ecotoon' Editor and Publisher (August 5): 27-8

Unknown. 1995. 'Deep End' cartoon is being syndicated ['Off the Deep end' by Jennifer Bartels]. Editor and Publisher (January 28): 36

Unknown. 1995. Did 'Gasoline' strip [William Miles Perry obituary]. Editor and Publisher (March 11): 42

Unknown. 1995. Digital color is now in 'Frank & Ernest'. Editor and Publisher (July 29): 33

Unknown. 1995. Digital consortium adds two members. Editor and Publisher (November 18): 39

Unknown. 1995. 'Dilbert' changeover [website]. Editor and Publisher (January 21): 36

Unknown. 1995. Donations for [Locher editorial cartoon] prize. Editor and Publisher (February 25): 30

Unknown. 1995. 'Doonesbury' artist is among honorees. Editor and Publisher (November 18): 39

Unknown. 1995. 'Doonesubry' disc on strip's 25 years. Editor and Publisher (December 9): 31 Unknown. 1995. Editorial blasts idea of a tax on cartoons. Editor and Publisher (August 19): 35

Unknown. 1995. Editorial cartoonist [Chris Britt] receives NPF prize. Editor and Publisher (January 28): 36

Unknown. 1995. Editorial cartoonist [Marshall Ramsey] named Copley exec. Editor and Publisher (February 25): 28

Unknown. 1995. Editorial cartoonist [Mickey Siporin is self-syndicating]. Editor and Publisher (November 25): 36

Unknown. 1995. Editorial cartoonist joins Copley again [Gary Markstein]. Editor and Publisher (August 5): 27

Unknown. 1995. Environmental work [full page editorial cartoon by W.B. Park]. Editor and Publisher (July 15): 36

Unknown. 1995. Events to mark the birthday of comics [centennial]. Editor and Publisher (April 8): 29

Unknown. 1995. 'Farcus' cartoon is delivered via e-mail. Editor and Publisher (April 29): 51

Unknown. 1995. Florida firm offers comics pagination. Editor and Publisher (February 25): 28

Unknown. 1995. 'For Better' strip is tops in top-100 poll; Lynn Johnston's feature is one of three comics that appear in 87 of America's 100 biggest newspapers. Editor and Publisher (March 11): 40

Unknown. 1995. Four nominated for major cartoon prize. Editor and Publisher (April 15): 38-9.

Unknown. 1995. Fred Lasswell's art is featured in show. Editor and Publisher (December 2): 39 Unknown. 1995.

Unknown. 1995. 'Garfield' firm loses a 14-year executive. Editor and Publisher (December 9): 32

Unknown. 1995. Goldberg exhibition. Editor and Publisher (December 2): 40

Unknown. 1995. 'Gooseberry' comic [Gooseberry Creek by FEN]. Editor and Publisher (April 8): 30

Unknown. 1995. Growing opposition to cartoon taxation. Editor and Publisher (November 25): 35

Unknown. 1995. Hoest at a mile run. Editor and Publisher (September 30): 32

Unknown. 1995. Homelessness data. Editor and Publisher (January 21): 36

Unknown. 1995. Hong Kong strip is popular on the Web [Larry Feign's The World of Lily Wong]. Editor and Publisher (September 16): 41

Unknown. 1995. 'Hot Pink' comic is launched by Sisters [Anne Gibbons; women-oriented]. Editor and Publisher (January 21): 35

Unknown. 1995. How many women are doing comics? Editor and Publisher (January 28): 36

Unknown. 1995. 'I Need Help,' says a new King creator [Vic Lee ]. Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Unknown. 1995. Ito asks for cartoon [by Jimmy Margulies]. Editor and Publisher (November 25): 36

Unknown. 1995. It's Momma herself at Xmas gathering [Mell Lazarus]. Editor and Publisher (December 9): 32

Unknown. 1995. Keane comic panel is now 35 years old. Editor and Publisher (March 18): 41

Unknown. 1995. King creators speak [at Barnum Museum exhibit including Hoest, Billingsley, Weber, DiPreta, Brian Walker, Greg Walker & Chance Browne]. Editor and Publisher (April 15): 40

Unknown. 1995. King signs 'Chaos' [by Brian Shuster]. Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995. King will represent digital comics firm. Editor and Publisher (October 14): 34

Unknown. 1995. Large sum is raised [for Oklahoma City by editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman]. Editor and Publisher (July 22): 7

Unknown. 1995. Launch date set for new 'Terry' cartoon. Editor and Publisher (January 14): 39

Unknown. 1995. Longtime cartoonist to take a sabbatical [Jerry Robinson]. Editor and Publisher (May 27): 33-4

Unknown. 1995. 'Loonies' gathering [features Dana Crumb]. Editor and Publisher (September 2): 28

Unknown. 1995. 'Luann' strip offers two special stories [fashion and drunk driving]. Editor and Publisher (March 18): 41

Unknown. 1995. Lurie will speak and receive prize at UN. Editor and Publisher (February 4): 35

Unknown. 1995. Mags for Wilkinson. Editor and Publisher (January 7): 68

Unknown. 1995. Man and woman do alternating cartoon [Wiley and Susan Dewar's 'Us & Them']. Editor and Publisher (August 19): 34-5

Unknown. 1995. Marriage prescribed [for 'Rex Morgan, M.D.']. Editor and Publisher (March 4): 44

Unknown. 1995. Marvel and 'Valiant'. Editor and Publisher (January 21): 36

Unknown. 1995. Michigan student is Locher prize winner [Drew Sheneman]. Editor and Publisher (June 17): 36

Unknown. 1995. Milestone for comic that began in 1950 ['Beetle Bailey']. Editor and Publisher (September 16): 41

Unknown. 1995. Milestone for 'Sally' [500th client]. Editor and Publisher (April 1): 36

Unknown. 1995. 'Momma' milestone [of 25th anniversary]. Editor and Publisher (November 4): 34

Unknown. 1995. Museum gets early drawings of Mickey [by Disney artist Ub Iwerks; donated by Steve Geppi]. Editor and Publisher (February 4): 35

Unknown. 1995. 'Nancy' to be done in Bushmiller style [by Guy and Brad Gilchrist]. Editor and Publisher (September 2): 27-8

Unknown. 1995. New artist will draw 'Brenda Starr' strip [June Brigman replaces Ramona Fradon] Editor and Publisher (November 11): 47

Unknown. 1995. New comic features fairy tale characters [Happily Ever After by Diane Brooks]. Editor and Publisher (March 25): 54

Unknown. 1995. News about awards [editorial cartoonists Stuart Carlson and Walt Handelsman win Fischetti]. Editor and Publisher (October 28): 36

Unknown. 1995. News about awards [Ted Rall, Herbert Block, Rob Rogers, Morrie Turner, Beakman's World tv show]. Editor and Publisher (June 10): 34

Unknown. 1995. 'Non Sequitur' strip will also be a panel. Editor and Publisher (January 21): 35

Unknown. 1995. O.J. cartoon slip-up [Mike Peters]. Editor and Publisher (September 2): 28

Unknown. 1995. Online appearance [by Lynn Johnston]. Editor and Publisher (June 3): 50

Unknown. 1995. 'Orange' cartoon is syndicated by King [Rhymes with Orange by Hilary Price]. Editor and Publisher (July 29): 33

Unknown. 1995. Pair of comics polls. Editor and Publisher (July 22): 36

Unknown. 1995. 'Peanuts' billboard. Editor and Publisher (August 5): 28

Unknown. 1995. 'Peanuts' exhibition. Editor and Publisher (July 1): 66

Unknown. 1995. 'Peanuts' joins web. Editor and Publisher (July 22): 36

Unknown. 1995. 'Pebble' comic strip [Frolicking Pebble by Howard Sherman]. Editor and Publisher (March 25): 55

Unknown. 1995. Pett receives award [political cartoonist]. Editor and Publisher (September 2): 28

Unknown. 1995. Prez talks to [Southern California Cartoonists Society] group. Editor and Publisher (February 25): 30

Unknown. 1995. 'Process' turns one [African-American strip by Crystal Davenport]. Editor and Publisher (August 12): 36

Unknown. 1995. Publication [for cartoonists, Pushin' the Envelope] debuts. Editor and Publisher (September 9): 36

Unknown. 1995. 'Raising Hec' strip [by Peter Ramirez]. Editor and Publisher (December 2): 40

Unknown. 1995. Religion is part of a new book by Keane. Editor and Publisher (September 9): 35

Unknown. 1995. Renamed restaurant [Herb & Jamaal by Stephen Bentley]. Editor and Publisher (April 1): 36

Unknown. 1995. Results of the reader's poll. Comics Journal (179; August): 123

Unknown. 1995. 'Ripley's' artist dies [Walter Frehm]. Editor and Publisher (July 1): 66

Unknown. 1995. Rock comic ['Dick Clark's Rock and Roll Remember'] to STF. Editor and Publisher (February 25): 30

Unknown. 1995. Schulz ranks 23rd on new Forbes list. Editor and Publisher (September 16): 41

Unknown. 1995. Schwadron offering his op-ed cartoons. Editor and Publisher (September 16): 41 Unknown. 1995. Seventh day added [for Mark Parisi's 'off the mark' panel]. Editor and Publisher (April 15): 40

Unknown. 1995. Several exhibitions at cartoon museums. Editor and Publisher (July 29): 33

Unknown. 1995. 'Shagg' to Creators. Editor and Publisher (July 29): 34

Unknown. 1995. Site on the internet for new 'Terry' strip. Editor and Publisher (March 18): 41

Unknown. 1995. 'Spider-Man' [tv] show. Editor and Publisher (March 4): 44

Unknown. 1995. Swedish campaign [for Children Rights includes Bud Brace, Dick Browne, Andrew Vachss]. Editor and Publisher (February 4): 36

Unknown. 1995. Syndicate launches 'True!' comic panel [by Daryl Cagle]. Editor and Publisher (April 8): 29

Unknown. 1995. Syndicate X offers numerous features [including comic strips for Generation X]. Editor and Publisher (October 28): 35-6

Unknown. 1995. Teacher suspended for running cartoon [Signe Wilkinson editorial cartoon]. Editor and Publisher (May 27): 34

Unknown. 1995. Tennant is offering computer cartoons [Rich Tennant's The 5th Wave]. Editor and Publisher (January 21): 35

Unknown. 1995. Thaves talks online. Editor and Publisher (March 25): 55

Unknown. 1995. The top 10 comics [Little Nemo, Krazy Kat, Thimble Theatre, Dick Tracy, Li'l Abner, Terry and the Pirates, Prince Valiant, Peanuts, Doonebury, Calvin and Hobbes]? Editor and Publisher (February 18): 44

Unknown. 1995. TMS is publishing a daily [editorial] cartoon fax. Editor and Publisher 128(5; February4):34.

Unknown. 1995. Tribune comic strip features young man ['Adventures of Aaron' by Aaron Warner]. Editor and Publisher (December 2): 39

Unknown. 1995. Tribune syndicating a comic called 'Ick' [by Rich Moyer]. Editor and Publisher (November 4): 33

Unknown. 1995. Tribune syndicating 'Ghost' comic strip [Ghost Story Club by Allan Zullo and Dick Kulpa]. Editor and Publisher (September 2): 27

Unknown. 1995. Two comics features [by father-and daughter team Conrad and Connie Day include 'Backyard U.S.A.' and 'Outa Sync']. Editor and Publisher (July 15): 36

Unknown. 1995. Two sued in comic [Herb & Jamaal]. Editor and Publisher (January 7): 68

Unknown. 1995. Two survey winners ['Calvin and Hobbes' and 'The Far Side']. Editor and Publisher (March 4): 44

Unknown. 1995. Veterans Day comic [Alley Oop]. Editor and Publisher (November 18): 40

Unknown. 1995. Virginian's cartoons [Chris Obrion's editorial cartoons]. Editor and Publisher (April 1): 36

Unknown. 1995. Web site cartoonist is signed by United ['Doctor Fun' by David Farley]. Editor and Publisher (July 8): 33

Unknown. 1995. WittyWorld on Web. Editor and Publisher (November 25): 36

Unknown. 1995. World War II comic [exhibit of Caniff's 'Male Call']. Editor and Publisher (June 10): 34

Unknown. 1995. WPWG distributing 'Smart Alex' comic [by Charlie Podrebarac]. Editor and Publisher (March 11): 41

Unknown. 1996. [Bob Greenberg] Will help LATS develop comics. Editor & Publisher (November 9): 39 Unknown. 1996. [Editorial cartoonist Brian Fairrington] Wins Locher prize. Editor & Publisher (May 25): 36

Unknown. 1996. [Editorial cartoonist Walt] Handelsman wins a Kennedy award. Editor & Publisher (May 11): 34

Unknown. 1996. [J.D.] Crowe exhibition [of political cartoons and caricatures]. Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996. [Wayne Stroot editorial cartoon about Senator Kerry] Draws reaction. Editor & Publisher (October 26): 32

Unknown. 1996. A bunch [of fans at booksigning] for Brady. Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36 Unknown [David Astor]. 1996. Panelists discuss editorial cartooning in Mexico. Editor & Publisher (July 13): 24

Unknown. 1996. A California pol criticizes comic [Doonesbury]. Editor & Publisher (October 12): 50

Unknown. 1996. A canine comic is being syndicated [Buckles by David Gilbert]. Editor & Publisher (March 23): 48

Unknown. 1996. A comic proposal [John Kovalic puts marriage proposal in his strip 'Wild Life']. Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36

Unknown. 1996. A 'Cultural' comic ['Cultural Jet Lag' by Jim Siergey begins]. Editor & Publisher (August 10): 34

Unknown. 1996. A man and his cat in 'PC' strip [PC and Pixel by Thatch Bui introduced]. Editor & Publisher (October 12): 49

Unknown. 1996. A naming contest [in Bill Holbrook's 'On the Fastrack']. Editor & Publisher (January 27): 34

Unknown. 1996. A new site on the Web for Universal. Editor & Publisher (June 29): 41

Unknown. 1996. AC is introducing Sunday comic CD. Editor & Publisher (March 16): 39

Unknown. 1996. Aided an Emmy [Caroline in the City tv show; Bonnie Timmons, Schulz, Walker, Batiuk, Smythe, and Browne]. Editor & Publisher (December 7): 32

Unknown. 1996. American Color buying its rival. Editor & Publisher (December 21): 26

Unknown. 1996. An award for Hart [religious]. Editor & Publisher (March 16): 40

Unknown. 1996. An eight-figure deal for 'Dilbert'. Editor and Publisher (November 2): 31

Unknown. 1996. 'Annie' program being produced. Editor & Publisher (August 17): 34

Unknown. 1996. 'Anthony' cartoon [Catholic religious strip 'Saintly Anthony' by Mark Armstrong]. Editor & Publisher (June 29): 42

Unknown. 1996. 'Arlo' [Christmas] sequence. Editor & Publisher (October 19): 50

Unknown. 1996. Art from overseas is at new museum [Israel's Ze'ev]. Editor & Publisher (April 6): 42

Unknown. 1996. Award winners [editorial cartoonist Mike Ramirez]. Editor & Publisher (December 21): 26

Unknown. 1996. 'Baby Blues' news. Editor & Publisher (February 24): 43

Unknown. 1996. 'Balloonatiks' strip will be introduced [from Animagic Publishing by Mark Gandy and Fred Goodman]. Editor & Publisher (June 29): 41

Unknown. 1996. Berrill successor [Jerry Jenkins on 'Gil Thorpe'] Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996. 'Better' is donated [Johnston strip to Ohio State University]. Editor & Publisher (January 27): 34

Unknown. 1996. Bombing coming in 'Funky' comic. Editor & Publisher (July 27): 33

Unknown. 1996. 'Border' is offered ['Border Disputes' by Ken Alvine and Dave Carpenter]. Editor & Publisher (July 13): 26

Unknown. 1996. Brenda Starr leaves Flash reporting job. Editor & Publisher (January 6): 72

Unknown. 1996. 'Buckles' is first [in comics poll]. Editor & Publisher (July 13): 26

Unknown. 1996. 'Calvin' collection raises NIE money. Editor & Publisher (May 4): 42

Unknown. 1996. Cartoon cat as English teacher [Garfield in China]. Editor & Publisher (November 30): 22

Unknown. 1996. Cartoon contest [in 'Big Nate']. Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Unknown. 1996. Cartoon suit [about Mike Luckovich editorial cartoon on welfare reform] dismissed. Editor & Publisher (March 30): 15

Unknown. 1996. Cartoonist [Gordon Rogers, creator of 'Babe' and 'Sparky Watts'] is dead. Editor & Publisher (March 16): 40

Unknown. 1996. Cartoonist dies [editorial cartoonist Randy Wicks]. Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Unknown. 1996. Cartoons offered [by editorial cartoonist Ed Fischer]. Editor & Publisher (May 25): 36

Unknown. 1996. Cat in theme park [Jim Davis' Garfield]. Editor & Publisher (February 17): 38

Unknown. 1996. Centennial in '96 [Maurice Horn on comics anniversary]? Editor & Publisher (March 30): 36

Unknown. 1996. 'Citizen' returns ['Citizen Dog' strip by Mark O'Hare]. Editor & Publisher (December 14): 32

Unknown. 1996. Cohen's web site [Mark J. Cohen Cartoonists' Agency]. Editor & Publisher (July 13): 26

Unknown. 1996. Comic confection [Doonesbury ice cream]. Editor & Publisher (February 17): 38

Unknown. 1996. Comic is coming ['Off-line' business panel by Herb Stansbury]. Editor & Publisher (June 29): 42

Unknown. 1996. Conservative cartoon duck hits the road, 'quack' [Bruce Tinsley's Mallard Fillmore]. Editor & Publisher (February 10): 10

Unknown. 1996. CPJ protests cartoonist jailing [in Algeria]. Editor & Publisher (July 27): 6

Unknown. 1996. Creator [Robb Armstrong] writes his first graphic novel. Editor & Publisher (February 3): 36

Unknown. 1996. Crowe subs for Wiley on comic. Editor & Publisher (August 17): 34

Unknown. 1996. CWS artists in shows, package [Richard Mock]. Editor & Publisher (September 14): 34

Unknown. 1996. Daily color comics and online scans. Editor & Publisher (February 3): 36

Unknown. 1996. 'Dave' on the web [by Dave Miller]. Editor & Publisher (April 20): 36

Unknown. 1996. 'Dilbert' cameo [Scott Adams tv appearances]. Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Unknown. 1996. 'Dilbert' joins elite 1,000-paper group. Editor & Publisher (June 29): 41

Unknown. 1996. 'Dr. Katz' [animated tv] show spawns a strip. Editor & Publisher (November 30): 22

Unknown. 1996. Editor Reassigned over His Cartoons for Gay Weekly; Conservative Group Claims Responsibility. AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Unknown. 1996. Ex-QB Bill Sanders Sculpts WKU Coach. AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Unknown. 1996. Falk is profiled [on A&E's Biography] as [Phantom] film makes debut . Editor & Publisher (June 15): 99

Unknown. 1996. Fans Push for Scrooge Commemorative Stamp. Comic Book Marketplace 2 (41; Nov): 68

Unknown. 1996. Feign wins [Amnesty International] award. Editor & Publisher (June 29): 42

Unknown. 1996. Fingers snipped [Herblock cartoon censored]. Editor & Publisher (November 30): 23

Unknown. 1996. Florida cartoonist [Dana Summers] moves to Tribune. Editor & Publisher (January 27): 33

Unknown. 1996. Garfield Online is now on the web. Editor & Publisher (July 13): 25

Unknown. 1996. Guv vs. [editorial] cartoonist [Chris Britt]. Editor & Publisher (February 17): 38

Unknown. 1996. 'Hagar' causes [religious] stir at paper in Kuwait. Editor & Publisher (April 27): 92

Unknown. 1996. 'Halloween' strips [from 'Beaver Creek' by Dean Norman]. Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36

Unknown. 1996. 'Halos' returns to Philly paper. Editor & Publisher (September 14): 34

Unknown. 1996. He promotes book with 'Mooch Tour' [Dan Piraro]. Editor & Publisher (April 27): 92

Unknown. 1996. Herblock tribute in Washington Post. Editor & Publisher (January 13): 32

Unknown. 1996. 'Hi' praise in mail [on 'male bashing' strips]. Editor & Publisher (April 20): 36

Unknown. 1996. 'Hi' praise in mail [on 'male bashing' strips]. Editor & Publisher (April 20): 36

Unknown. 1996. Home of Gould [for sale]. Editor & Publisher (November 9): 40

Unknown. 1996. Honors for several syndicated people [Jimmy Margulies, Mike Ramirez, Tom Batiuk, Morrie Turner]. Editor & Publisher (May 4): 42

Unknown. 1996. In the air with the chief exec [editorial cartoonist Mike Luckovich travels with President]. Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Unknown. 1996. Kelley does a book of editorial cartoons. Editor & Publisher (January 6): 72

Unknown. 1996. Kids' supplements ['Poof! The Magic Horse' by E. Dunston Gorin]. Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36

Unknown. 1996. Legislation spurs indecent proposal [by Dilbert's Scott Adams]. Editor & Publisher (March 23): 48

Unknown. 1996. 'Lockhorns' first [in comics poll]. Editor & Publisher (December 7): 32

Unknown. 1996. Longtime artist [Bo Brown dies]. Editor & Publisher (September 28): 34

Unknown. 1996. Longtime 'Moon' cartoonist dies [Ferd Johnson]. Editor & Publisher (November 9): 39

Unknown. 1996. Lowery Glowers; Bites Britt. Washington Governor Accuses Cartoonist of Dating Woman Who Accused Him. AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Winter)

Unknown. 1996. 'Luannn' cartoonist signs with United. Editor & Publisher (March 23): 48

Unknown. 1996. Magazine 'Rose' ['Rose is Rose' appearing in Good Housekeeping]. Editor & Publisher (October 5): 36

Unknown. 1996. 'Mallard' wings its way back to paper. Editor & Publisher (May 4): 41

Unknown. 1996. Memorial services for 'Tarzan' artist [Burne Hogarth]. Editor & Publisher (May 4): 41

Unknown. 1996. Menopause theme [Susan Dewar's 'Us & Them'] Editor & Publisher (February 24): 43

Unknown. 1996. Met on internet ['Us & Them' strip by Wiley and Dewar]. Editor & Publisher (November 9): 40

Unknown. 1996. Middle class is satirized in 'Set' ['The Dinette Set' by Julie Larson]. Editor & Publisher (November 30): 22

Unknown. 1996. Mommy gets new 'do after 36 years [in Bil Keane's Family Circus]. Editor & Publisher (June 1): 60

Unknown. 1996. New '3-G' team [of Lisa Trusiani and Brian Kotzky]. Editor & Publisher (November 30): 23

Unknown. 1996. New online comic ['Toy Trunk Railroad' by Erik Sansom]. Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36

Unknown. 1996. News about prizes [Patrick McDonnell; editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman]. Editor & Publisher (June 15): 99

Unknown. 1996. Nuptials in comic ['Rex Morgan, MD']. Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996. Ohio State show [of Roy Peterson's editorial cartoons]. Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996. Oliphant art show. Editor & Publisher (June 22): 48

Unknown. 1996. Online cartoons ['Intoon with the News' by editorial cartoonist Mike Keefe on America Online]. Editor and Publisher (November 2): 32

Unknown. 1996. 'Our Roots' looks at black achievers [British comic strip by Tayo Fatunla]. Editor & Publisher (January 20): 36

Unknown. 1996. 'Peanuts' exhibit [animated tv specials]. Editor & Publisher (May 25): 36

Unknown. 1996. Piro is doing a Chronicle comic [Fair Game strip]. Editor and Publisher (November 2): 31

Unknown. 1996. Plugging readers [readers now write Jeff MacNelly's 'Pluggers']. Editor & Publisher (August 3): 34

Unknown. 1996. Political cartoon is web-specific [Bill Mitchell]. Editor & Publisher (November 16): 42

Unknown. 1996. Political cartoonist [Ted Rall] also doing column. Editor & Publisher (January 27): 33

Unknown. 1996. Political cartoonist pair create a panel [Bob Gorrell and Gary Brookins 'Muddle America']. Editor & Publisher (March 23): 48

Unknown. 1996. Popeye [statue] is toppled. Editor & Publisher (May 18): 42

Unknown. 1996. Popeye service [for Frank 'Rocky' Fiegel]. Editor & Publisher (September 7): 34

Unknown. 1996. Prez draws Prez [editorial cartoonist Mike Luckovich travels with President] Editor & Publisher (October 5): 36

Unknown. 1996. Prize recipients [Jimmy Margulies wins Fischetti Editorial Cartoon Competition]. Editor and Publisher (November 2): 32

Unknown. 1996. Racial redrawing [of black children with guns in 'Amazing Spider-Man]. Editor & Publisher (August 3): 34

Unknown. 1996. 'Real World' man will be syndicated [Frumpy the Clown by Judd Winick who appeared on MTV show] Editor & Publisher (June 15): 99

Unknown. 1996. Religious [B.C.] strip is printed by Times. Editor & Publisher (May 4): 42

Unknown. 1996. Reuben change? Editor & Publisher (April 20): 36

Unknown. 1996. Rights package [editorial cartoons by Henry Payne]. Editor & Publisher (October 19): 50

Unknown. 1996. S.F. cartoon week. Editor & Publisher (March 16): 40

Unknown. 1996. Scholarship starts [from Luann - The Musical by Greg Evans]. Editor & Publisher (May 18): 42

Unknown. 1996. Schulz gets star on Walk of Fame. Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996. Schulz is witness. Editor & Publisher (May 25): 36

Unknown. 1996. Seeking a jerk ['Tank McNamara' contest]. Editor & Publisher (December 7): 32

Unknown. 1996. Sold at auction ['Muddle America' panel of original art]. Editor & Publisher (October 19): 50

Unknown. 1996. Son dies in fall [Jake MacNelly]. Editor & Publisher (October 19): 50

Unknown. 1996. Strip about Forbes ['Dinosaur Group' by Lew Sayre Schawrtz purchased]. Editor & Publisher (July 6): 36

Unknown. 1996. Strip stars boy and his dreams [Tommy by Jay Martin introduced]. Editor & Publisher (October 12): 49

Unknown. 1996. Tail to the chief [Garfield the cat]? Editor & Publisher (March 30): 36

Unknown. 1996. 'Tarzan' artist [Burne Hogarth] dies Editor & Publisher (February 17): 38

Unknown. 1996. Tax protest art appears online. Editor & Publisher (September 21): 42

Unknown. 1996. Teen wins contest [for Ghost Story Club]. Editor & Publisher (February 24): 43

Unknown. 1996. 'Terry' comic strip gets new creators [Jim Clark and Dan Spiegle]. Editor & Publisher (April 6): 42

Unknown. 1996. The age of Arlo [contest]. Editor & Publisher (November 9): 40

Unknown. 1996. The 'Life of Newt' [by editorial cartoonist Henry Payne]. Editor & Publisher (April 20): 36

Unknown. 1996. 'Thorp' cartoonist Berrill dead at 72. Editor & Publisher (March 23): 48

Unknown. 1996. TMS comic writer Forman dies at 60 [Motley's Crew]. Editor & Publisher (June 1): 60

Unknown. 1996. Tobacco-tainted [Ranan R. Lurie Political Cartoon] Award is nixed. Editor & Publisher (September 21): 42

Unknown. 1996. Trio win award [Environmental Media Association picks Rex Babin, KAL and Ann Telnaes]. Editor & Publisher (October 19): 50

Unknown. 1996. TVData offering seven features ['Toon In' by Donna Barstow]. Editor and Publisher (November 2): 31

Unknown. 1996. Two comics polls. Editor & Publisher (May 18): 42

Unknown. 1996. Universal offering 'UClick Comics' [for newspaper websites]. Editor & Publisher (July 6): 35

Unknown. 1996. Urban Snuffy in changed comic. Editor & Publisher (August 17): 33-4

Unknown. 1996. White launches 'Stars' for sites [Larry White's 'This Week in the Stars']. Editor & Publisher (November 30): 22

Unknown. 1996. 'Winnie Winkle' is closing up shop. Editor & Publisher (July 27): 33

Unknown. 1997. [ Bill Schorr] Hired [as staff editorial cartoonist] By N.Y. Daily News Despite Legal Situation. Editor and Publisher (July 26): 32

Unknown. 1997. [Bruce] Beattie's Comic ['Beattie Blvd.' panel] Now With LATS. Editor and Publisher (August 23): 39

Unknown. 1997. [Dan] Spiegle Honored [at Comic Art Professional Society's annual banquet]. Editor and Publisher (September 20): 38

Unknown. 1997. [Free] Funny Papers Are Cartoon-Crammed Editor & Publisher (April 19): 32

Unknown. 1997. ['Non Sequitur'] Comic Canned For Skewering Papers. Editor and Publisher (August 23): 10

Unknown. 1997. >From Printed Page To Television Stage [editorial cartoonists Dana Summers and Ralph Dunagin ]. Editor and Publisher (August 23): 38

Unknown. 1997. >From Turmoil To Turnaround At UM [United Media Syndicate]. Editor and Publisher (December 6): 36

Unknown. 1997. A Serious Look At Funny Page Polls. Editor & Publisher (November 22): 32

Unknown. 1997. 'Anti-Stupid' Motto At Heart Of His Work [Marshall Ramsey, editorial cartoonist]. Editor and Publisher (December 27): 22

Unknown. 1997. Cartoon Story Of Jackie Robinson [in Long Island, N.Y., Newsday's 'Student Briefing Page.']. Editor and Publisher (May 3): 56

Unknown. 1997. Cartoonist And Writer Honored [Bill Yates, former King Features Syndicate comics editor who works on 'Redeye' and 'Small Society' comics]. Editor and Publisher (October 18): 53

Unknown. 1997. Cartoonist Economist [political cartoonist Kevin Kallaugher]. Editor and Publisher (December 27): 16

Unknown. 1997. Cartoonists Help N.D. Relief Fund [started by 'One Big Happy' cartoonist Rick Detorie]. Editor and Publisher (July 19): 63 Brown, Robert U. 1997. Newspaperdom [50 years ago . . . Cartoonist Al Capp, creator of the comic strip'Li'l Abner,' filed a $14,000,000 damage suit against United Feature Syndicate]. Editor and Publisher (July 19): 9

Unknown. 1997. Cincinnati Creator [Editorial Cartoonist Jeff Stahler] Is Nationally Known. Editor and Publisher (June 7): 38

Unknown. 1997. Color Cartoons And Caricatures Coming [from Ranan Lurie's Cartoonews International Syndicate]. Editor and Publisher (July 26): 31

Unknown. 1997. Conversation Covers The 'Peanuts' Pause [Schulz vacation]. Editor and Publisher (December 20): 30

Unknown. 1997. Creators Offers [Mike] Lane Cartoons. Editor and Publisher (October 18): 53

Unknown. 1997. David Broder Gets A Lifetime Award [the highlight of his career involved a cartoon character]. Editor and Publisher (July 05): 32

Unknown. 1997. Entertainment Is 'Outtake' Theme [written by Mark Pothier, drawn by Ed Colley]. Editor and Publisher (May 10): 3

Unknown. 1997. 'Family Popcorn' strip syndicated. Editor and Publisher 130(7; February 15):38.

Unknown. 1997. 'For Better' Creator [Lynn Johnston] Explains Her Move. Editor and Publisher (September 13): 36

Unknown. 1997. 'For Better' Will Move To United. Editor and Publisher (September 6): 36

Unknown. 1997. Former Pulitzer [editorial cartoonist] Recipients Discuss The Newest Winner [Walt Handelsman]. Editor and Publisher (April 26): 95

Unknown. 1997. Funny hats but serious business: Headbone Interactive's Success. Editor and Publisher (August 2): 27

Unknown. 1997. His Latest Creation Is Web Animation [by editorial cartoonists]. Editor and Publisher (September 6): 36

Unknown. 1997. Is your computer spying on you? [Dilbert website]. Consumer Reports (May): 6

Unknown. 1997. Job Losses Bother Man Of Many Jobs [Milt Priggee]. Editor and Publisher (June 21): 106

Unknown. 1997. Judge Is Hit For 'Dilbert' Display. Editor and Publisher (August 9): 30

Unknown. 1997. Licensed To Lampoon [George K. Koukos 'Ad Nauseum,' editorial cartoon for New Jersey Lawyer]. Editor and Publisher (August 30): 10

Unknown. 1997. Los Angeles Times Hires [editorial cartoonist] Mike Ramirez [after Paul Conrad's retirement]. Editor and Publisher (July 26): 30

Unknown. 1997. Major Redesign For A Successful Web Site [United Media Syndicate]. Editor and Publisher (December 06): 37

Unknown. 1997. Making The Most Of Birthday Years [comic strip anniversaries]. Editor and Publisher (October 25): 50

Unknown. 1997. Mencken Awards [Best Cartoon: Michael P. Rameriz]. Editor and Publisher (October 4): 19

Unknown. 1997. Milt Priggee's Presidential Path [editorial cartoons]. Editor and Publisher (June 21): 108

Unknown. 1997. National Furor Over Editorial Cartoon [by Steve Benson used on Oklahoma City bombing]. Editor and Publisher (July 05): 33

Unknown. 1997. New Adventures For Editorial Cartoonists. Editor and Publisher (August 9): 28

Unknown. 1997. Non-Newspaper Web Sites Also Want Features. Editor and Publisher (November 15): 45

Unknown. 1997. Online Sales On The Rise For Syndicates. Editor and Publisher (November 15): 44

Unknown. 1997. Racial Message [of tolerance in Stan Lee's 'Spider-Man']. Editor and Publisher (July 26): 32

Unknown. 1997. Reaction To End Of [Syndicate] Exclusivity Lawsuit. Editor and Publisher (June 28): 49

Unknown. 1997. Should They Stay Or Should They Go? [syndication decisions]. Editor and Publisher (September 27): 45

Unknown. 1997. The Doctor Is In Error In [Rex Morgan, M.D.] Comic. Editor and Publisher (August 9): 29

Unknown. 1997. They Love HTTP At Groups Like NSNC [cartoons on the Web]. Editor and Publisher (May 3): 54

Unknown. 1997. Thirty-Minute Q&A On 68-Year Career [of Herbert Block]. Editor and Publisher (October 11): 43

Unknown. 1997. Two strips end as third thrives [Agatha Crumm and What A Guy canceled; Lockhorns continues]. Editor and Publisher 130(7; February 15):37.

Unknown. 1997. Universal Is Buying Chronicle Features. Editor and Publisher (September 27): 44

Unknown. 1997. Universal Signs Weekly Cartoon [Ruben Bolling's 'Tom the Dancing Bug']. Editor and Publisher (June 21): 108

Unknown. 1997. When Mercury Center unveiled a major redesign Dec. 10, it reported that its comics area would also have a new look a little later this month. But one thing that will stay almost the same is the huge number of comics in the online edition of the San Jose Mercury... Editor and Publisher (December 20): 31

Unknown. 1997. Your [political] Cartoon Nixed? Here Are Some Tips! [at AAEC meeting]. Editor and Publisher (July 12): 30

Unknown. 1998 Spartan printing finaly closes for good - Mexican owners decide to pull plug St. Louis Post-Dispatch (May 7).

Unknown. 1998. [Dilbert's Scott Adams interview]. Playboy (May).

Unknown. 1998. Anti-gay news cartoon raises alarm at ASU [editorial cartoon]. Washington Blade (March 27): 16.

Unknown. 1998. Boogie baby on board [marketing of computer-animated Dancing Baby]. Newsweek (August 3): 52

Unknown. 1998. British cartoonist Reg Smythe dies at 81; created internationally popular 'Andy Capp' Washington Post (June 15): C6. Unknown. 1998. Helen L. Baldwin dies; Music teacher, comic strip writer [Freddy]. Washington Post (March 16): B7

Unknown. 1998. Caricatures of comedians on British stamps. Linn's Stamp News (March 30): 1, 22

Unknown. 1998. Diccionario Basico del Comic [Spanish comics]. Madrid: Edit Acento.

Unknown. 1998. Diccionario Basico del Comic [Spanish comics]. Madrid: Edit Acento.

Unknown. 1998. Disney exhibit in Houston. Linn's Stamp News (January 19): 45

Unknown. 1998. Disney sets from Micronesia, Ghana. Linn's Stamp News (March 16): 31

Unknown. 1998. Dusan Vukotic, filmfaker [Croatian animator obituary]. Washington Post (July 10): B7.

Unknown. 1998. Flash Wayback and the Timesliders: Flash to the 50s [Celebrate the century stamp series activity book includes a comic strip framing device]. Washington, DC: United States Postal Service.

Unknown. 1998. Flash Wayback and the Timesliders: Flash to the 60s [Celebrate the century stamp series activity book includes a comic strip framing device]. Washington, DC: United States Postal Service.

Unknown. 1998. Gifted people [illustrated by Barry Blitt]. Entertainment Weekly (December 11): 12-3

Unknown. 1998. Henry G. Saperstein, producer, dies at 80 [animation]. Washington Post (June 28).

Unknown. 1998. James Algar, producer-director [animator's obituary]. Washington Post (March 2): B6.

Unknown. 1998. Johnston, Lynn. Current Biography (February): 35-37

Unknown. 1998. Parthenon hosts Aguila show [Eye of the Eagle: 50 Years of Editorial Cartoons by Dani D'Umuk Aguila exhibit]. AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Unknown. 1998. Perfectly Frank [Frank Miller interview]. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/subst/categories/humor/april1798-mille r-interview/002-8110149-5287033.

Unknown. 1998. Rosen creates memorial to women war veterans. AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Unknown. 1998. 'South Park' Poll: Adults Only. New York Post (March 22)

Unknown. 1998. Sylvester half-sheets, specially die-cut panes [of postage stamps]. Linn's Stamp News (April 20): 2

Unknown. 1998. Two cachets for Sylvester & Tweety. Linn's Stamp News (May 11): 12

Unknown. 1998. What's so funny? Post readers rate the comics. Washington Post (July 17): E4 (also http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/style/comics/poll98.htm).

Unknown. 1999. [60th anniversary of Batman]. Auburn [NY] Citizen (June 6)

Unknown. 1999. [anime article]. Vogue (November)

Unknown. 1999. [article on the Authority]. Greenville, SC Herald-Journal (November 18)

Unknown. 1999. [article on Veils, the Vertigo computer-enhanced graphic novel]. Computer Graphics World (July)

Unknown. 1999. [article on Will Pfeifer and his Vertigo Miniseries 'Finals']. Rockford, IL Register Star (July 9)

Unknown. 1999. [Batman: War on Crime and Trouble Magnet reviews]. Memphis Commerical Appeal (December 12)

Unknown. 1999. [Batman: War on Crime review]. Dubuque, IN Telegraph Herald (November 28)

Unknown. 1999. [Batman: War on Crime review]. Metro Santa Cruz (December 1)

Unknown. 1999. [Batman: War on Crime review]. Syracuse Herald-American (November 28)

Unknown. 1999. [DC Comics Millennium Editions]. Atlanta Journal (December 2)

Unknown. 1999. [DC Comics Millennium Editions]. Dayton Ohio News (November 20)

Unknown. 1999. [DC Comics Millennium Editions]. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (November 25)

Unknown. 1999. [DC Vertigo miniseries Finals writer Will Pfeifer]. Rockford, IL Register Star (October 16)

Unknown. 1999. [Jack Cole and his creation, Plastic Man, as remembered by Jack's youngest brother, Dick Cole]. New Castle [PA] News (June 13)

Unknown. 1999. [JLA: Earth 2 review]. Colorado Springs Gazette (December 12)

Unknown. 1999. [Monica's story about the political scandal from Hart & Kochalka]. Gainesville Sun (February 20)

Unknown. 1999. [New Yorker] Cartoonist Saul Steinberg Dies. Associated Press (May 13)

Unknown. 1999. [profile of DC's America's Best Comics 'Top 10' lesbian metacop]. [Miami Beach] TWN (August 18)

Unknown. 1999. [profile piece on Rhinebeck resident and new Impulse writer Todd Dezago]. [New York state paper] Gazette Advertiser (April 15)

Unknown. 1999. [Scooby-Doo and the current renaissance of his character; tv animation]. Birmingham, AL News (April 28)

Unknown. 1999. [Superman in the Sixties review]. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (November 8)

Unknown. 1999. [Superman: Deadly Legacy Landmine Awareness comics]. Grand Rapids Press (November 25)

Unknown. 1999. [Superman: Deadly Legacy Landmine Awareness comics]. Staten Island Advance (November 26)

Unknown. 1999. [The Sandman: the Dream Hunters review]. Albuquerque Journal (December 7)

Unknown. 1999. [The Sandman: the Dream Hunters review]. Biloxi Mississippi Sun Herald (November 29)

Unknown. 1999. [The Sandman: the Dream Hunters review]. Boston Phoenix (December 3)

Unknown. 1999. [The Sandman: the Dream Hunters review]. Buffalo News (December 7)

Unknown. 1999. [The Sandman: the Dream Hunters review]. Decatur, Illinois Herald & Review (December 2)

Unknown. 1999. [The shift of comics to an 'adult market'] Staten Island Advance (December 17)

Unknown. 1999. [Tony Harris profile piece]. Macon, GA Telegraph (April 9)

Unknown. 1999. [Vicente Fox, a possible Mexican presidential candidate for the conservative PAN (National Action Party), has secured rights to enlist comic book hero Kaliman in his campaign]. La Jornada (April 13): 1

Unknown. 1999. A great era in American history is about to end [on Schulz retirement]. Marion (Ohio) Star (December 16)

Unknown. 1999. Ailing 'Peanuts'' creator declines Clinton invite. Reuters (December 28)

Unknown. 1999. Ariz. Newspaper Pulls Bonfire Comic [by editorial cartoonist Steve Benson]. Associated Press (November 22)

Unknown. 1999. Beatrice Colen, TV actress [obituary for Etta Candy in 'Wonder Woman']. Washington Post (November 20): B7

Unknown. 1999. Betty Lou Gerson, actress [obituary; did Disney animated movie voices]. Washington Post (January 17): C7

Unknown. 1999. Bias in Comics Gone, but Minority Artists Are Few. Chicago Tribune (May 26)

Unknown. 1999. Book Currents: 'Tooned in [animation book reviews]. New Yorker (May 10): 20

Unknown. 1999. Book has Tricare answers ['The Provider', educational comic book on Army medical system]. [Army Medical Department] Mercury (October): 6

Unknown. 1999. Briefly noted [review of Hirschfeld On Line]. New Yorker (February 22 & March 1): 172

Unknown. 1999. Briefly noted [review of Katchor's The Jew of New York]. New Yorker (January 11): 89

Unknown. 1999. Bugs Bunny May Be Wascally, But He's Not A Sexist. Reuters (August 19)

Unknown. 1999. Cartoon research library gets $100,000 grant. Comics Journal (218; December): 22

Unknown. 1999. Cartoonist Turns Down White House ['Peanuts'' cartoonist Charles M. Schulz]. Associated Press (December 28)

Unknown. 1999. Cartoonists honor Schulz in strips. Washington Post (December 30): C3

Unknown. 1999. Charles Schulz hospitalized with colon cancer. Comics Journal (218; December): 22

Unknown. 1999. Charles Schulz out of intensive care unit. Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 20)

Unknown. 1999. Chicago Sun-Times Cancels Simpsons [comic strip]. Associated Press (December 21)

Unknown. 1999. Cinar shares drop 30 percent after allegations [Canadian animation company]. Reuters (October 18)

Unknown. 1999. Comic book writer Paul S. Newman dead at 75. CNN.com (June 7): http://www.cnn.com/books/news/9906/07/Newman.obit/index.html

Unknown. 1999. Comic relief [letter on McGruder's 'Boondocks' strip]. Chicago Tribune (May 19)

Unknown. 1999. Comics relief [letter on redesigning comics page and McGruder's 'Boondocks' strip]. Chicago Tribune (April 29)

Unknown. 1999. Comics writer Paul Newman dies at age 75. Washington Post (June 8): B6

Unknown. 1999. Don Rosa's Secret of Sampo Already in 4th Edition. Raivaaja (The Pioneer) [Finnish-American weekly newspaper] (December 29): 7

Unknown. 1999. Drawing a conclusion [Dave Miller is cancelling 'Dave', replaced by McGruder's 'Boondocks' strip]. Chicago Tribune (April 16)

Unknown. 1999. El Hombre Arana se une a la compana contra las drogas [Spider-Man anti-drug campaign, in Spanish]. Washington Hispanic (September 3): 1, 5

Unknown. 1999. 'Family Circus' Web Parody To Go. Associated Press (October 2)

Unknown. 1999. Geekfest '98: False Memories from Last Season's Cons, A Retrospective. Comics Journal (211; April): 4

Unknown. 1999. George E. Turner, Illustrator and Editor [obituary]. Washington Post (JUne 28): B7

Unknown. 1999. Get Well, Charlie Brown [editorial on Schulz retirement]. Chicago Tribune Internet Edition (December 18)

Unknown. 1999. Good Grief! 'Peanuts' museum gets go-ahead. Reuters (October 27)

Unknown. 1999. Good Grief: We're going to miss the Peanuts gang. [editorial on Schulz retirement]. Dallas Morning News, 12/16/99

Unknown. 1999. Harry Rossoll, Government illustrator [Smokey Bear cartoon creator obituary]. Washington Post (March 2): B7

Unknown. 1999. Helen Aberson Mayer, 'Dumbo' Writer [Disney author obituary]. Washington Post (April 5)

Unknown. 1999. Hugh Haynie, political cartoonist [obituary]. Washington Post (November 28): C8

Unknown. 1999. Imax sees strong sales for film 'Fantasia 2000' [Disney animation]. Reuters (December 22)

Unknown. 1999. It's Superman vs. Cashman in Canadian court. Reuters (July 23)

Unknown. 1999. John Goldwater, Archie creator [obituary]. Washington Post (March 2): B7

Unknown. 1999. 'Lion King' Dazzles UK Stage Award Judges. Reuters (November 22)

Unknown. 1999. Mary Kay Bergman, cartoon voice [obituary; worked on South Park, Scooby-Doo, Batman and Iron Giant animated shows]. Washington Post (November 20): B7

Unknown. 1999. Mind and Muscle [editorial on Charles Roman creator of Charles Atlas comic strip ad campaign]. Washington Post (July 28): A22

Unknown. 1999. Minn. Seeks Way To Honor Schulz. Associated Press (December 18)

Unknown. 1999. More than an artifact in comic-book history [Fred Guardineer, last surviving contributor of note to the comic book that introduced Superman: Action Comics No. 1, dated June 1938]. San Jose Mercury (April 11)

Unknown. 1999. Mounties Let Mickey Go [contract with Disney to protect intellectual property] Reuters (September 27)

Unknown. 1999. Mr. Sandman ... Send Us a Nightmare [Neil Gaiman]. Knoxville News-Sentinel (November 26)

Unknown. 1999. New comic strip draws its laughs from the worlds of Hip-hop and ... [McGruder's 'Boondocks' strip]. Chicago Tribune (April 19)

Unknown. 1999. Noted Cartoonist Saul Steinberg Dies at Age 84; Art in New Yorker Brought Comparisons to Picasso, Klee. Washington Post (May 14): B6

Unknown. 1999. Obituaries in the News [Thomas Wardlaw 'Sonny'' Shephard, did comic strip 'Historia'']. Associated Press (November 29)

Unknown. 1999. Online Short Distributor AtomFilms Gets $20 Million [animation]. Reuters (December 13 ) '',

Unknown. 1999. 'Peanuts' Cartoonist Has Surgery. Associated Press (November 17)

Unknown. 1999. ''Peanuts'' creator Charles Schulz undergoes surgery. Reuters (November 17)

Unknown. 1999. 'Peanuts' Creator Leaves Hospital. Associated Press (November 29)

Unknown. 1999. ''Peanuts'' creator Schulz has colon cancer. Reuters (November 21)

Unknown. 1999. 'Peanuts' should end when Schulz lays down his pen [editorial]. South Bend Tribune (December 19)

Unknown. 1999. Penney's cuts 'South Park' stuff. Associated Press (April 27)

Unknown. 1999. Pixar shares gain on 'Toy Story 2' strength. Reuters (November 29)

Unknown. 1999. Puerto Rican Lawmaker Wants Probe of Pokemon Craze. Reuters (November 30)

Unknown. 1999. Quebecor buys World Color: Canadian firm's $1.4B purchase of U.S. rival to create world's largest printer. CNN Financial News ( July 12): http://cnnfn.com/1999/07/12/deals/quebecor/

Unknown. 1999. Racist cartoon [letter on McGruder's 'Boondocks' strip]. Chicago Tribune (May 4)

Unknown. 1999. Refreshing cartoon [letter on McGruder's 'Boondocks' strip]. Chicago Tribune (May 4)

Unknown. 1999. Retailers Corner Corner Comics, Kenmore WA [interview]. Sequential Tart 2 (6; June): http://www.sequentialtart.com/june99/retailer.shtml

Unknown. 1999. Retailer's Corner: Comic Experience [store in San Francisco]. Sequential Tart 2(1; January) http://www.sequentialtart.com/jan99/retailer.shtml

Unknown. 1999. Rex Allen Sr., 78; Actor, singing cowboy ['Charlotte's Web' animation voice obituary]. Washington Post (December 19): C6

Unknown. 1999. San Diego Comic-Con 1999: Eisner [award] results. Comics Journal (216; October): 25

Unknown. 1999. Saul Steinberg [New Yorker cartoonist obituary]. London Times (May 14)

Unknown. 1999. Schulz sends his regrets. Washington Post (December 29): C3

Unknown. 1999. Schulz To Get Congressional Medal. Associated Press (December 24)

Unknown. 1999. Schulz To Retire 'Peanuts' . The Associated Press ( December 14)

Unknown. 1999. 'South Park' Creators Going on Web [animation]. Associated Press (December 8)

Unknown. 1999. Spiderman to fight youth drug abuse. CNN.com (August 31): http://cnn.com/US/9908/31/spiderman.drugs/

Unknown. 1999. Stirring the pot [letter on McGruder's 'Boondocks' strip]. Chicago Tribune (May 4)

Unknown. 1999. Taiwan Hitler [caricature] Ad for German Heaters Provokes Storm. Reuters (November 23) Unknown. 1999. The Picture Writer [Will Eisner]. Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel (August 8)

Unknown. 1999. The Color of Funny [Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder]. Atlanta Constitution (June 2)

Unknown. 1999. The Color of Funny [McGruder's 'Boondocks' strip]. Chicago Tribune (May 26) Unknown. 1999. A cartoonist whines [editorial against Spiegelman]. New York Post (March 6)

Unknown. 1999. The Funnies Without Snoopy? [editorial on Schulz retirement]. Christian Science Monitor (December 16)

Unknown. 1999. The 'Peanuts' Half-Century [editorial]. Washington Post (December 15)

Unknown. 1999. Trouble Came 3 Times [Ambiguously Gay Duo comic strip]. Playboy (December)

Unknown. 1999. When life imitates art [sexual harrassment in Beetle Bailey]. Generation Next (Summer): 6-7

Unknown. 1999. Xeric Grants awarded to seven comics creators. Comics Journal (218; December): 22

Unknown. 2000. [A new four-part Italian comic-book series tells the life of Pope John Paul II]. Newsweek (December 18): 16

Unknown. 2000. [article on DC Fall Fashion Insert, which was illustrated by Paul Pope]. Brandweek (July 17)

Unknown. 2000. [article on DC in 2000]. Atlanta Journal Constitution (January 1)

Unknown. 2000. [article on Impulse's Manchester, Alabama setting and its planned use of Alabama Governor Don Siegelman as a kidnap victim]. Alabama Montgomery Advertiser (January 3)

Unknown. 2000. [article on Impulse's Manchester, Alabama setting and its planned use of Alabama Governor Don Siegelman as a kidnap victim]. Alabama Times Daily (January 3)

Unknown. 2000. [DC Comics' Paradox Press 'The Big Book of the 70s']. [Owensburg, NY] Messenger-Inquirer (July 2)

Unknown. 2000. [DC's 'gems' of 1999, mentioning GON, 100 Bullets, Batman: No Man's Land, Batman: War on Crime, Planetary, the Authority, Wildcats, and all the America's Best Comics titles]. Cleveland Plain-Dealer (January 1)

Unknown. 2000. [DC's 'urban renewal' of Metropolis and Gotham in Superman and Batman com ic books]. Baltimore Sun (January 1)

Unknown. 2000. [Denis Gifford, British comics historian obituary]. The Independent (May 24)

Unknown. 2000. [Green Lantern's 60th Anniversary]. [Long Island, NY] Newsday (August 24)

Unknown. 2000. ['Light Reading' column featured Gon Underground and Mr. Majestic]. CMJ New Music Monthly (February)

Unknown. 2000. [MAD racecar driver Dale Creasy, Jr's support of Alfred E. Neuman's presidential campaign]. Advertising Age (August 14)

Unknown. 2000. [Mark Waid as a 'Faces of the Future']. Cinescape (January/February)

Unknown. 2000. [Superman villain Lex Luthor's presidential campaign]. [Vancouver, Canada] Columbian (June 24)

Unknown. 2000. [The Authority's gay characters, Apollo and the Midnighter]. Front Page [Raleigh, NC]: (May 17)

Unknown. 2000. [The Powerpuff Girls writer Abby Denson interviewed]. [Durham, NC] Herald-Sun (October 18)

Unknown. 2000. [The Sandman: the Dream Hunters review]. Locus (January 2000)

Unknown. 2000. [Tim] Burton Taking Stainboy 'Toon Online [animation]. Associated Press (January 28)

Unknown. 2000. 4 Egyptian Journalists Face Fines [cartoonist Essam Hanafi convicted of libel]. Associated Press (April 1)

Unknown. 2000. A Capital Idea! The one-stop publishing shop is here! [Charlton Comics; reprint of July 1958 Newsdealer article]. Comic Book Artist (9; August): 13O'Shea, Tim. 2000. On Patrol with John Arcudi ['Doom Patrol' writer interview]. The Comic Reader Online (June 26): http://www.thecomicreader.com/html/archive/62600a.SHTML

Unknown. 2000. Airport To Be Named For Schulz. Associated Press (March 22)

Unknown. 2000. All more electable than Pat Buchanan ['Presidental campaigns' by Superman-foe Lex Luthor and Doonesbury's Duke]. Time (August 28): 15

Unknown. 2000. An American Bestiary [McCarthy and Millis (ill.) book review]. Washington Post (August 6): Book World 11

Unknown. 2000. Animator Cinar fires founders Weinberg and Charest. Reuters (August 17)

Unknown. 2000. Army celebrates Beetle, Sarg. Hartford Courant (May 25): D2

Unknown. 2000. Artist-Author Gorey Dies at 75. Associated Press (April 16)

Unknown. 2000. Austin Powers Car, Speed Racer Sold [anime]. Associated Press (September 5)

Unknown. 2000. Barks, Donald Duck Illustrator Dies. Associated Press (August 25)

Unknown. 2000. Barksism: Carl Barks and the immortal ducks [in Greek]. TO VIMA (August 28)

Unknown. 2000. Bill Papas, 73, artist and widely syndicated political cartoonist [obituary]. New York Times (June 28): A26

Unknown. 2000. Biloxi Firefighter Passionate about His Art, Comics [Steve Scott, JLA artist]. Biloxi [MS], Sun-Herald (March 21)

Unknown. 2000. Brad Pitt in Talks to Don Batman's Cowl - UK Paper. Reuters (September 6)

Unknown. 2000. Bugs Vs. Mickey [poll of the best animated show of the century]. Reuters (January 28)

Unknown. 2000. Cancer. Good grief! [cartoon on Schulz retirement]. The Onion (January 12): http://www.theonion.com/onion3547/infograph_3547.html

Unknown. 2000. Candidates' Favorite Comic Strips. Associated Press (January 15)

Unknown. 2000. Carl Banks, papa de Donald Duck [in French]. Le Monde (August 26)

Unknown. 2000. Cartoonist Al Hirschfeld sues gallery, dealer. Associated Press (May 17)

Unknown. 2000. Cartoonist Miroslav H. Gregory, 89; Also was VOA broadcaster, linguist [obituary]. Washington Post (June 11): C6

Unknown. 2000. Cartoonist, Writer, Educator Irving W. Phillips Dead at 95. Houston Chronicle (November 1)

Unknown. 2000. Cartoonists Pay Tribute to Schulz [Schulz retirement]. Associated Press (January 3)

Unknown. 2000. Charles Schulz; At the strip's end, he's gone to meet the Great Pumpkin [editorial obituary]. Dallas Morning News (February 15)

Unknown. 2000. Charles Shulz [editorial]. Washington Times (February 15)

Unknown. 2000. Chicago Tribune Cartoonist MacNelly Dead at 52. Reuters (June 8)

Unknown. 2000. China rolls out red carpet for Stan Lee. Excite News (August 25, 2000): http://news.excite.com/news/rh/000825/03/china-rolls-out

Unknown. 2000. Chinese Cartoon Industry Steps out of Depression. People's Daily Online (November 17): http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200011/17/eng20001117_55474.html

Unknown. 2000. CINAR names new president for entertainment arm [animation]. Reuters (January 20)

Unknown. 2000. Clinton Honors Charles Schulz. Associated Press (June 21)

Unknown. 2000. Clinton Says Schulz, Peanuts Will Not Be Forgotten. Reuters (February 13)

Unknown. 2000. Collecting made EC [Grant Geissman]. Diamond Dialogue (May): 44-45

Unknown. 2000. Comic Book Artist [Gil] Kane Dies at 73. Associated Press (February 2)

Unknown. 2000. Comic Book Artist Gil Kane Dies; Drew a number of superheroes. Washington Post (February 5): B6

Unknown. 2000. Comic book artist who brought meticulous craft to the rejuvenation of cartoon heroes: Gil Kane [obituary]. Times of London (February 5)

Unknown. 2000. Comic Character to 'Duke' It Out for Presidency [Doonesbury]. Reuters (March 13)

Unknown. 2000. Comics [Stan Lee]. Redherring.com (May 23): http://www.redherring.com/mag/issue72/news-comics.html

Unknown. 2000. Comic-strip writer Eliot Caplin dies. Houston Chronicle (February 28)

Unknown. 2000. Congress Honors 'Peanuts' Creator. Associated Press (June 6)

Unknown. 2000. Creditors ask bankruptcy for Perelman's Marvel III. Reuters (February 15)

Unknown. 2000. CrestComm up over 6.5 pct on studio plan [India's Crest Communications Ltd, an animation film maker]. (Reuters (February 15)

Unknown. 2000. Crystal, Goodman In New Animation ['Monsters Inc.,'' computer-animated film from Pixar and Disney]. Associated Press (August 11)

Unknown. 2000. Cuento del Doctor Seuss llega a la pantalla grande: Como el Grinh se robo la Navidad [in Spanish]. [Washington, DC] Tiempo Latino (November 17): A21

Unknown. 2000. Cult Heroes: Alan Moore: Comics Visionary. Uncut (January 2000)

Unknown. 2000. Cutting back [Feiffer retires]. Hartford Courant (June 18): A2

Unknown. 2000. Dan Clowes & Chris Ware [Interview]. Mean Magazine (November/December)

Unknown. 2000. Deaths in the News: Charles O. Bissell [editorial cartoonist for The Tennessean]. Associated Press (November 12)

Unknown. 2000. Deaths: Eyvind Earle, Artist [Disney animator]. Washington Post (July 26): B7

Unknown. 2000. Deaths: G. Warren Schloat Jr.; Writer and Illustrator [Disney animator]. Washington Post (August 15): B7

Unknown. 2000. Deaths: Raymond Portwood Jr., Game Creator [Disney animator]. Washington Post (August 1): B7

Unknown. 2000. Deaths: Thomas G. Yohe, cartoon director. Washington Post (December 23): B5

Unknown. 2000. Dilbert gets new online cubicle. Reuters / Variety (February 15)

Unknown. 2000. Dino to Market Warner Bros Characters [in Germany]. Reuters (January 21)

Unknown. 2000. Disney Animation Veteran Michael Webster Dead at 60. Reuters (January 27)

Unknown. 2000. Disney chief outlines four-part strategy. Reuters (January 5)

Unknown. 2000. Disney to Launch Mickey Ad Campaign During Super Bowl. Reuters (January 28)

Unknown. 2000. Disney's Canadian departure comes as no great suprise [animation]. Reuters (February 14)

Unknown. 2000. Donald Duck cartoonist dies [Carl Barks]. BBC News Online (August 26)

Unknown. 2000. Ed Nofziger, Cartoonist, Illustrator, UPA storyman, passes away [animation obituary]. Los Angels Times (November 11)

Unknown. 2000. Editorial cartoonist Gibson Crockett; drew for Washington Evening Star [obituary]. Washington Post (February 20): C6

Unknown. 2000. Editorial: The enduring craft of Jeff MacNelly [obituary]. Chicago Tribune (June 9)

Unknown. 2000. Edvin Biukovic - Grendel, Star Wars artist - dies. Diamond Dialogue (January): 6

Unknown. 2000. Event to feature Charles Schulz's widow. Washington Post (March 20): B3

Unknown. 2000. Ex-Newspaper Sports Cartoonist Dies [Clyde 'Bud'' Morris]. Associated Press (February 1)

Unknown. 2000. Farewell to 'Peanuts' [Schulz retirement]. New York Times (January 4)

Unknown. 2000. Father of 'The Flinstones' Turns 90 [William Hanna]. Associated Press (July 15)

Unknown. 2000. French culture minister mourns Peanuts creator. Agence France Presse (February 14)

Unknown. 2000. G. Warren Schloat Jr., 86, Children's book author and [Disney] animator [obituary]. New York Times (August 13): 28

Unknown. 2000. Go speed racer! [Custom Comics of America 'RaceWarrior']. Newsweek (March 20): 8

Unknown. 2000. Government Paper to Launch Comic Hero [Venezuela political comic strip 'The Patriot']. Reuters (January 31)

Unknown. 2000. Grammer Becomes Net Rat ['Gary the Rat' animated internet show]. Daily Variety (August 22)

Unknown. 2000. He was a good man, Charles Schulz [Editorial]. South Bend Tribune (February 19)

Unknown. 2000. His pen was mighty and quick; Appreciation: In the world of cartooning, there simply wasn't another 'Shoe.' Jeff MacNelly drew his birds with wry humor and a conservative outlook. Baltimore Sun (June 9)

Unknown. 2000. Hollywood vs. Comic-Book Purists [Grant Morrison, Frank Miller and Warren Ellis on movies]. Premiere (July)

Unknown. 2000. House Honors 'Peanuts' Creator. Associated Press (February 15)

Unknown. 2000. House Seeks Medal for 'Peanuts' Cartoonist. Reuters (February 15)

Unknown. 2000. If it sounds good... [comic book collector Joe Serpico, Jr.]. Diamond Dialogue (August): 44-45

Unknown. 2000. In brief: Fiction: Jimmy Corrigan, The Smartest Kid on Earth by Chris Ware. Washington Post (November 26): Book World 11

Unknown. 2000. In Final Strip, Schulz Bids Farewell to 'Peanuts' Fans. Reuters (January 1)

Unknown. 2000. Insider: [Wonder Woman]. TV Guide (April 15)

Unknown. 2000. Iran Clerics Back Minister's Death [ in a scathing response to a political cartoon]. Associated Press (February 4)

Unknown. 2000. Iranian cartoonist gets no laughs; Iran frees cartoonist held over 'insulting'' drawing. Reuters (February 10)

Unknown. 2000. Italy Makes Fake Pokemon Arrests. Associated Press (August 22)

Unknown. 2000. It's no joke when cartoonists imitate Sparky [Schulz tribute]. Hartford Courant (May 31): D2

Unknown. 2000. Jacques Wellington Rupp, Disney Designer [animator obituary]. Washington Post (August 26): C6

Unknown. 2000. Jailhouse Cartoonist Executed in Texas [Billy Hughes]. Reuters (January 25)

Unknown. 2000. Joseph T. Mayhew, Library employee, cartoonist [obituary]. Washington Post (June 13): B5

Unknown. 2000. Jury Sides with Hockey Player in Name Case [against Todd McFarlane]. Reuters (July 7)

Unknown. 2000. Kellogg Suit vs. Exxon Reinstated [cartoon tiger]. Associated Press (April 12)

Unknown. 2000. Ken Peterson, Disney artist [obituary for animator]. Washington Post (April 18): 37

Unknown. 2000. Lawmakers endorse honor for ``Peanuts'' cartoonist. Reuters (February 15)

Unknown. 2000. Lex Luthor To Run for President [Superman villain]. Associated Press (June 13)

Unknown. 2000. List of 2000 MacArthur Fellows [Ben Katchor]. Associated Press (June 13)

Unknown. 2000. Longtime Cartoon Composer Hoyt Curtin Dead at 78 [Hanna-Barbera animation]. Reuters (December 11)

Unknown. 2000. Mad Cartoonist Don Martin Dies. Associated Press (January 7)

Unknown. 2000. Marc Davis, cartoonist [Disney animator obituary]. Washington Post (January 15): B7

Unknown. 2000. Marvel Enterprises adopts a shareholder rights plan. Reuters (September 1)

Unknown. 2000. Marvel grants 4Kids license for some of its brands. Reuters (April 20)

Unknown. 2000. Michael Webster, cartoon executive [for Disney tv animation]. Washington Post (January 29): B7

Unknown. 2000. Moment of Silence [on Schulz' death]. Santa Rosa Press Democrat (February 13)

Unknown. 2000. Mr. Wong, Miss Swan: Asian Stereotypes Attacked [cartoon racism]. E! Online (August 11)

Unknown. 2000. Mrs. Seuss: Whoville is not Poo-ville [Grinch movie]. E! Online (November 6)

Unknown. 2000. NBC Cancels Protested Cartoon ['God, the Devil and Bob'' animated tv series]. Associated Press (March 30)

Unknown. 2000. NBC Gives the Slammy to 'Sammy' [David Spade animated tv series]. E! Online (August 17)

Unknown. 2000. Nelvana files to sell 3.75 million shares [Canada animation company]. Reuters (April 28)

Unknown. 2000. Nelvana hopes share price will get boost from U.S. [Canadian animation]. Reuters (June 12)

Unknown. 2000. Nelvana Shares Climb on Speculation [Canada animation company]. Reuters (August 30)

Unknown. 2000. New at LC: Hirschfeld drawings on view at LC. Library of Congress Gazette (December 8): 1, 5

Unknown. 2000. Obituaries in the News - Raymond Eugene 'Gene'' Portwood Jr [Disney animator in 1950s]. Associated Press (August 1)

Unknown. 2000. Obituaries in the News [Charles N. Elliott, one of the models for the comic strip character Mark Trail]. Associated Press (May 2)

Unknown. 2000. Obituaries in the News: Frieda Pushnik [worked for Newspaper cartoonist Robert Ripley]. Associated Press (December 29)

Unknown. 2000. Obituaries in the News: Hoyt Curtin [ Hanna-Barbera animation music composer]. Associated Press (December 9)

Unknown. 2000. Obituaries in the News: John Patrick Lanigan [ political cartoonist and caricaturist]. Associated Press (March 28)

Unknown. 2000. Obituaries in the News: Nellis F. Johnson [created the nationally syndicated comic strip 'Cornflakes']. Associated Press (June 28 )

Unknown. 2000. Out of this world [cartoonist turned explorer Anthony Fiala]. National Geographic (January)

Unknown. 2000. Palm artists climbing the walls [restaurant caricatures]. Nashville Tennessean (November 30): 1E

Unknown. 2000. 'Peeing Calvin' decals now recognized as vital channel of national discourse [satire on 'Calvin and Hobbes' image piracy]. The Onion (April 5): http://www.theonion.com/onion3612/peeing_calvin.html

Unknown. 2000. People poll: Q: Who is your favorite superhero and why? [Flash, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman and George Washington]. Generation Next (May)

Unknown. 2000. 'Pokemon' Banned After Accidents [in Turkey]. Reuters (December 12)

Unknown. 2000. 'Pokey' Computer Virus Hits U.S., Slow to Spread [Pokemon]. Reuters (August 23)

Unknown. 2000. Postscript [Susan Davis obituary]. New Yorker (January 10): 29

Unknown. 2000. Previews professional comics poll [recommending 3 under-rated comic books ; Mike Allred, Peter Bagge, Dave Sim, Warren Ellis, David Lapham, Batton La sh, Joseph Michael Lisner, Scott McCloud, Joe Quesada, Jill Thompson, Jeph Lo eb, Terry Moore, Roger Stern and Mark Waid]. Previews X (1; January): 196-197

Unknown. 2000. Rencontre avec... Roland Francart [cartoons and postage stamps, in French]. Philinfo (35; February): 4-5

Unknown. 2000. Renowned Donald Duck cartoonist dies [Carl Barks]. Agence France Presse (August 25)

Unknown. 2000. Russian Cartoonist Kotenochkin Dies [animator Vyacheslav Kotenochkin]. Associated Press (November 20)

Unknown. 2000. Sabrina the Teenage Witch #29: Millennium Madness [Archie Comics character TV series short stories]. New York: Archway

Unknown. 2000. Safe Area Gorazde: The War in Eastern Bosnia, 1992-1995 by Joe Sacco [review]. Publisher's Weekly (June 12)

Unknown. 2000. 'Schoolhouse Rock' Creator Dies [animator Thomas G. Yohe]. Associated Press (December 22)

Unknown. 2000. Schulz Says He Will Miss 'Peanuts'. Associated Press (January 3)

Unknown. 2000. Senate Honors 'Peanuts' Creator [Charles Schulz]. Associated Press (May 2)

Unknown. 2000. 'Shoe' Cartoonist Jeff MacNelly Dies. Associated Press (June 8)

Unknown. 2000. Shyamalan Inspired by Comic Books [movie director]. Associated Press (November 19)

Unknown. 2000. 'Simpsons' Cartoonist Busy, Happy ['Life in Hell'' by Matt Groening]. Associated Press (December 4)

Unknown. 2000. Some Things Are Scary [by Heide and Feiffer, book review]. Publisher's Weekly (October 17): 76

Unknown. 2000. Spade gets back at Dad ['Sammy' by David Spade]. Washington Post (August 6): 3-4

Unknown. 2000. Spears Goes for Prince's Trousers -- on Film [British animation]. Reuters (June 14) '',

Unknown. 2000. Spiderman, X-Men Coming to Mobile Phones Soon [games; in Sweden]. Reuters (August 16 )

Unknown. 2000. St. Paul To Display Snoopy Statues [Schulz tribute]. Associated Press (April 30)

Unknown. 2000. St. Paul To Honor Charles Schulz. Associated Press (April 25)

Unknown. 2000. Stan Lee Media Halts Production, Fires Staff as Cash Runs Short. Bloomberg (December 16)

Unknown. 2000. Stan Lee Media Shuts Down. E! Online (December 19)

Unknown. 2000. Star collector: One-of-a-kind [Don Vernon original art collector]. Diamond Dialogue (June): 44-45

Unknown. 2000. Star Collector: Robert Beerbohm - Platinum before gold. Diamond Dialogue (January): 48-49

Unknown. 2000. Swann Fellows: Foundation announces award, applications. Library of Congress Information Bulletin (October): 240

Unknown. 2000. The Best and the Brightest: Donald Duck [advertisements in Finland comic books]. Reuters (December 18)

Unknown. 2000. The little boy in the blude stocking cap ['Noddy' animated children's show]. Newsweek (March 20): 76

Unknown. 2000. The 'tomorrow' look [Little Orphan Annie by Andrew Pepoy and Jay Maeder]. [Bergen County, NJ] Evening Record (June ?)

Unknown. 2000. The Wired Diaries 2000 [Neil Gaiman interview]. Wired (January 2000)

Unknown. 2000. This 'X' rates excitement: Stars of 'X-Men' film are hyped, happy, as comic heroes. CNN.com (July 13): http://www.cnn.com/2000/SHOWBIZ/Movies/07/13/x.men/index.html

Unknown. 2000. TNT Cartoons Shown Exit in China [animation]. Associated Press (February 3)

Unknown. 2000. Toon in! Presenting the winners of Playboy's first-ever comix and animation contest. Playboy (October): 127-129

Unknown. 2000. Tributes Planned for 'Peanuts' Creator Schulz. Reuters (February 14)

Unknown. 2000. Tributes Planned for 'Peanuts' Creator Schulz. Reuters (February 14)

Unknown. 2000. Turkey Warns Against Pokemon. Associated Press (November 25)

Unknown. 2000. TV Guide Seeks Simpsons Votes [animation]. Associated Press (September 7)

Unknown. 2000. 'Vader' van Donald Duck overleden [Carl Barks obituary]. Algemeen Dagblad [Netherlands] (August 26)

Unknown. 2000. 'Vader' van Oom Donald overleden [Carl Barks obituary]. Haagsche Courant [Netherlands] (August 26)

Unknown. 2000. Veep Guest Stars in TV Cartoon [Vice President Al Gore animated on 'Futurama']. Associated Press (May 21)

Unknown. 2000. Voodoo Doll Wins Expense Contest [judged by Scott Adams]. Associated Press (June 4)

Unknown. 2000. What he likes [original comic book art collector Jonathan Mankuta]. Diamond Dialogue (July): 44-45

Unknown. 2000. Wonderwear [superhero underwear 'Underoos' merchandising]. Newsweek (December 4): 8

Unknown. 2000. Zoinks! Gellar, Prinze May Do 'Scooby' [animation]. E! Online (November 3)

Unknown. 2001. 2001 Retailer Summits: A Resounding Success. Diamond Dialogue (November): 7

Unknown. 2001. A Superhero for Nissan [manga biography]. New York Times (December 2)

Unknown. 2001. Adman Tennant dies, shaped Doughboy, Marlboro Man. Reuters (December 10)

Unknown. 2001. Advertisers Pull Out of NY Post [over cartoon on anthrax terrorism]. Associated Press (October 24)

Unknown. 2001. Ambitious Indian Animated Feature Ends L.A. Run [The Prince of Light]. Reuters (November 16)

Unknown. 2001. Anonymous loan keeps Boca cartoon museum open. Associated Press (October 11)

Unknown. 2001. Are Your Kids Watching Cartoon Sex? Animated Videos Aren't Necessarily For Children. [Cleveland, OH] NewsNet5 (February 5)

Unknown. 2001. Artist honored [Al Hirschfeld] USA Today (October 26, 2001): 5E

Unknown. 2001. Ashley Judd Gets Catty ['Catwoman' movie]. E! Online (April 2)

Unknown. 2001. Atlantis: Lost World; Linguist creates his own language. Washington Post (June 18): C13

Unknown. 2001. Auction Set for Mickey Storyboard. Associated Press (May 29)

Unknown. 2001. Author Seymour Reit Dies; Helped Start Casper Comic [obituary]. Washington Post (December 18): B7

Unknown. 2001. B.C. Open to Sell Title on eBay [golf tournament named after comic strip]. Associated Press (June 18)

Unknown. 2001. Bam! Kapow! Blasting the code [Marvel withdrawing from Comics Code of Authority]. Newsweek (May 28)

Unknown. 2001. 'Barney Google' artist dies [Fred Lasswell]. CNN.com (March 4): http://www.cnn.com/2001/US/03/04/cartoonist.dead/index.html

Unknown. 2001. ''Beauty and Beast'' get big makeover [Disney animation]. Reuters / Variety (April 12)

Unknown. 2001. Boosey & Hawkes Ends Dispute with Disney [Fantasia animation music]. Reuters (January 18)

Unknown. 2001. 'Buffy' the Animated Slayer. E! Online (March 29)

Unknown. 2001. Bugs in blackface [editorial about animation censorship]. USA Today (May 11). online at http://www.usatoday.com/news/comment/2001-05-11-edtwof2.htm Unknown. 2001. Activision Acquires Jackie Chan [animated series]. Coremagazine.com (May 11): http://www.coremagazine.com/news/4191.php3 Unknown. 2001. 'Fantastic Four' Film-Bound. E! Online (May 4)

Unknown. 2001. Calif. Unveils 'Peanuts' Sculpture. Associated Press (March 5)

Unknown. 2001. Can cartoon museum succeed here? [International Museum of Cartoon Art]. Greenwich [CT] Time(August 28). online at http://www.greenwichtime.com/news/greenwich/2001-08-28/article3.shtml =

Unknown. 2001. Caricature and cartoon: Swann Foundation announces fellow for 2001-2002 [Martha Jane Nadell and black history]. Library of Congress Information Bulletin (September): 196

Unknown. 2001. Carrier, David. The Aesthetics of Comics [book review]. To Wit: Official Newsletter of the American Humor Studies Association new series 10 (2; April): 4

Unknown. 2001. Cartoon festival features illustrations of US atrocities [i.e. terrorism,in Scotland]. Ananova.com (September 28): http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_410866.html

Unknown. 2001. Cartoon Network Announces New Shows [animation]. Associated Press (February 23)

Unknown. 2001. Cartoonist Fired After Argument [Steve Kelley, editorial cartoonist for the San Diego Union-Tribune]. Associated Press (June 2)

Unknown. 2001. Cartoonists Reflect on Ketcham. Associated Press (June 1)

Unknown. 2001. Casper Friendly Ghost Creator Dies. Associated Press (December 17)

Unknown. 2001. 'Cathy' Cartoonist Honored. Associated Press (March 10)

Unknown. 2001. Chan Has Reasons for Making Cartoon. Associated Press (January 7)

Unknown. 2001. China's Searainbow inks deal with Disney Internet. Reuters (March 9)

Unknown. 2001. Chinese Cartoons Must Draw in More Interest. China Daily (August 20). online at http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200108/20/eng20010820_77742.html

Unknown. 2001. Chinese Edition of Belgian Albums Hits Book-stand [Tintin]. People's Daily Online (May 22): http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200105/22/eng20010522_70721.html

Unknown. 2001. Cigarette maker pulls ad cartoon [in Indonesia]. Jakarta Post (December 14)

Unknown. 2001. Cinar being sued by subsidiary's former owners [animation]. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (April 10): http://cbc.ca/cgi-bin/templates/view.cgi?/news/2001/04/09/cinar_010409

Unknown. 2001. Cinar says talks with potential buyer fail [Canadian animation]. Reuters (November 6 )

Unknown. 2001. Cinar's co-founders break silence [animation]. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (February 7): http://cbc.ca/cgi-bin/templates/view.cgi?category=Business&story=/news/2001/ 02/07/cinar010207

Unknown. 2001. Cleric Cool on Pokemon, But Won't Ban It [in Lebanon]. Reuters (May 16)

Unknown. 2001. Clipping Service [obituary for comic book writer Dorothy Woolfolk]. Comics Buyer's Guide (#1417, January 12): 56

Unknown. 2001. Collecting Christmas: Star Collector: Marc Nathan. Diamond Dialogue (December)

Unknown. 2001. College to run course in comics [in Scotland]. Ananova.com (September 28): http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_410752.html

Unknown. 2001. Comic Mocks Chinese Leaders Over 1989 Crackdown. Reuters (April 17)

Unknown. 2001. Comic on comfort women published in China. Japan Today (September 19). online at http://www.japantoday.com/e/?content=3Dnews&cat=3D1&id=3D78853 =

Unknown. 2001. Comic Strip Teases Gov. Ventura. Associated Press (January 29)

Unknown. 2001. Comics relief: Our funny pages are changing, thanks to your votes, so let the laughs begin. Nashville Tennessean (May 5): 1-2D

Unknown. 2001. Comics: the growing fad from a storied tradition [Will Eisner]. Yale Daily News (November 30). online at http://www.yaledailynews.com/article.asp?AID=17381

Unknown. 2001. Comic-strip Jiggs Came A-knocking. Linn's Stamp News (March 19): 22

Unknown. 2001. Cosby Finishes 'Fat Albert' Script. Associated Press (November 19)

Unknown. 2001. Court: Not All Mutants Are Alike [X-Men / Mutant X tv show lawsuit]. E! Online (August 10)

Unknown. 2001. Creator of 'Buffy' Has Comic Book. Associated Press (May 29)

Unknown. 2001. Creator of Heathcliff Cartoon Dies. Associated Press (October 2)

Unknown. 2001. Dan DeCarlo, Cartoonist [obituary]. Washington Post (December 25): B6

Unknown. 2001. Dave Grau, cartoonist [obituary]. Washington Post (December 18)

Unknown. 2001. David Taylor 1947-2001, ex-editor of Punch [obituary]. Sunday Times (November 18)

Unknown. 2001. DC announces dual promotions; Patricia Jeres: Director -- Sales & Marketing Communications, Rich Markow: Assistant Manager -- Events & Retailer Services. Comics Buyer's Guide (1419; January 26): 6

Unknown. 2001. Death on 'Spider-Man' Set. E! Online (March 6)

Unknown. 2001. Deaths: Don Tennant, advertising offical [created Tony the Tiger]. Washington Post (December 12): 6

Unknown. 2001. Deaths: Faith Hubley; Animation Innovator. Washington Post (December 9): C6

Unknown. 2001. Deaths: Mischa Richter, Cartoonist. Washington Post (March 28): B7

Unknown. 2001. Deaths: Robert Abel; Computer Animator. Washington Post (September 29): B7

Unknown. 2001. 'Dennis the Menace' Creator Hank Ketcham Dies. Reuters (June 1)

Unknown. 2001. Diamond Comic opens Memphis distribution center. Memphis Business Journal (September). online at http://memphis.bcentral.com/memphis/stories/2001/09/17/daily17.html

Unknown. 2001. DIC to Buy Golden Books for $70M. Associated Press (June 4)

Unknown. 2001. Dilbert Creator Plugs New Book Online. Associated Press (May 10)

Unknown. 2001. Dilbert, God and Being Human [Scott Adams interview]. Wired News Radio (May 23): http://www.wired.com/news/radio/0,1665,44030,00.html

Unknown. 2001. Disney animation unit to cut 25 pct of jobs-source. Reuters (June 15)

Unknown. 2001. Disney brings Mickey Mouse to China via Net. Reuters (August 26)

Unknown. 2001. Disney confirms purchase of royalty stream for Winnie The Pooh. Reuters (March 5)

Unknown. 2001. Disney Plans Cutbacks in Animation. Associated Press (April 24)

Unknown. 2001. Disney Sued Over 'Roger Rabbit'. Associated Press (May 29)

Unknown. 2001. Disney to cut jobs in feature animation. Reuters (April 24)

Unknown. 2001. Doomsday for a comic superhero [Stan Lee]. The Scotsman (September 7)

Unknown. 2001. 'Doonesbury' cartoons pulled in wake of attack. [Lehigh Valley, PA] Morning Call (September 14). online at http://www.mcall.com/html/news/regional/a_pg012a12_5doonesbury.htm

Unknown. 2001. DreamWorks studio plans 'Shrek' sequel. Reuters (May 31)

Unknown. 2001. Ed 'Big Daddy' Roth Dies; Created Rat Fink, Visionary Car Designs. Washington Post (April 7): B7

Unknown. 2001. Elliott, Nolte to Star in 'The Hulk'. Associated Press (December 21)

Unknown. 2001. Everyone's 'Fantasy'! ['Final Fantasy' animation voice Ming Na interview]. ET Online (July 10): http://www.etonline.com/celebrity/a4445.htm

Unknown. 2001. EWK pa natet [Swedish political cartoonist EWKs (Ewert Karlssons) starts website]. Aftonbladet (November 29). online at http://www.aftonbladet.se/vss/kultur/story/0,2789,109470,00.html

Unknown. 2001. Executives Indicted in Check Scam [Stan Lee Media]. Associated Press (October 26)

Unknown. 2001. Exhibit of Soviet Cartoons Opens [in England]. Associated Press (June 26)

Unknown. 2001. Fans of Jones' Animation Can Share. Associated Press (January 8)

Unknown. 2001. Fantagraphic Books to auction off a VANdura. Seattle Post-intelligencer (February 14). online at http://seattlep-i.nwsource.com/books/tfvan.shtml

Unknown. 2001. Fashion: A Sketchy Bride ['For Better or For Worse' wedding]. Newsweek (September 3)

Unknown. 2001. 'Fat Albert' Getting Live-Action Film [animation]. Associated Press (February 27)

Unknown. 2001. Felix statue sells out [from Dark Horse]. Comics Buyer's Guide (1419; January 26): 6

Unknown. 2001. Film Roman says Pentamedia deal meets problem [animation, India]. Reuters (April 7)

Unknown. 2001. Finnish sheet salutes Disney's 'Donald Duck' magazine. Linn's Stamp News (March 12): 4

Unknown. 2001. First generation collector: Star collector: Nick Carter. Diamond Dialogue (September): 44-45

Unknown. 2001. Fox Kids buys agency rights for Harvey's portfolio. Reuters (January 31)

Unknown. 2001. Fox renews 'King of the Hill,'' 'Futurama' [animation]. Reuters / Variety (January 5)

Unknown. 2001. Fox Weighing Kids Changes [tv animation]. Mediaweek.com (January 8)

Unknown. 2001. Galago hittar rätt [review of Swedish comics magazine Galago]. Aftonbladet (November 21). online at http://www.aftonbladet.se/vss/kultur/story/0,2789,107894,00.html

Unknown. 2001. 'Garfield' Voice Lorenzo Music Dies. Associated Press (August 7)

Unknown. 2001. Go gets popularity boost from comic [manga]. Yomiuri Shimbun (September 22). online at http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/newse/20010922woc2.htm

Unknown. 2001. Grand Comics Database adopts charter, elects board of directors. Comics Buyer's Guide (1419; January 26): 6

Unknown. 2001. Graphic novel wins First Book Award [Chris Ware's 'Jimmy Corrigan']. The Guardian (December 6). online at http://books.guardian.co.uk/firstbook2001/story/0,10486,614660,00.html

Unknown. 2001. Griffith Cartoon Annoys Conn. Church [Zippy the pinhead]. Associated Press (November 17)

Unknown. 2001. Hanna, Macmillan: 'Toon Legends Die. E! Online (March 22)

Unknown. 2001. Herblock [editorial]. Washington Post (October 8): A22

Unknown. 2001. Homer Simpson's Phrase in Dictionary. Associated Press (June 14)

Unknown. 2001. Icebox to Close Doors on Friday [internet animation. Reuters (February 7)

Unknown. 2001. ICv2 Q&A: Marvel President Bill Jemas; On the Competition, Newsstand Distribution, Ratings, and,Collectibility. ICv2 (June 5): http://www.icv2.com/articles/home/438.html

Unknown. 2001. Illustrator working on opera version of hit 1970s comic book [manga 'Berusaiyu no Bara' (The Rose of Versailles) by Riyoko Ikeda]. Kyodo News Service (April 22)

Unknown. 2001. Innovators [Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez tv appearance]. CNN's CNN & Time (February 11)

Unknown. 2001. Jam Co. to Dump Cartoon Trademark [Golly, a character with an oversized black face, of British preserve manufacturer Robertson and Sons Co.]. Associated Press (August 22)

Unknown. 2001. Japan animation shines in New York. Reuters (October 26)

Unknown. 2001. Japan's Animated 'Akira' Expands U.S. Run. Reuters (April 20)

Unknown. 2001. JCD activists set fire to 'anti-communal' cartoons in city. [Bangladesh] Daily Star (September 23). online at http://www.dailystarnews.com/200109/23/n1092303.htm#BODY4

Unknown. 2001. 'Josie and the Pussycats' debuts. Daily Herald [Suburban Chicago, IL] (April 10)

Unknown. 2001. 'Josie' Star Liked Being a Rock Star ['Josie and the Pussycats']. Associated Press (April 12)

Unknown. 2001. Judge Dredd courts new film deal. Reuters / Variety (October 23)

Unknown. 2001. Just Group launched by Butt Ugly Martians premiere [British animation]. Reuters (February 21)

Unknown. 2001. Korean, Japanese firms jointly develop 3-D cartoon series [animation]. Korea Herald News (April 2)

Unknown. 2001. Lewd Tintin shocks Belgium. BBC Online (February 14): http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/entertainment/newsid_1170000/1170301.stm

Unknown. 2001. Local Artist Sues Over Superman Comic. WTAE ThePittsburghChannel.com (October 8)

Unknown. 2001. Lucky Luke creator dies. BBC News Online (20 July): http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/entertainment/arts/newsid_1448000/1448987.s tm

Unknown. 2001. 'Made you look': Marvel president's PR style draws ire from retailer's. Comics & Games Retailer (June): 16

Unknown. 2001. Making the Band: Josie's All-Star Help. E! Online (April 16)

Unknown. 2001. 'Manga' enthusiasts set up comic book study society. Kyodo News Service (July 27)

Unknown. 2001. Marvel comics magazine sports new size, price. USA Today (January 16)

Unknown. 2001. Marvel Dumps the Comic Code: Three-tiered In-house Rating System Planned. ICv2 (May 16): http://icv2.omnimadison.com/articles/news/398.html

Unknown. 2001. Marvel Newsstand Variants: Titles and Issue Numbers Change. ICv2 (May 9): http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/378.html

Unknown. 2001. Mighty Mouse To Promote Cheese [animation]. Associated Press (April 2)

Unknown. 2001. Milestones: Died: William Hanna [animation]. Time (April 2): 17

Unknown. 2001. Moomin author Tove Jansson dead at 86 [in Finland]. Reuters (June 27)

Unknown. 2001. Move Over Buffy--Here Comes Fray. E! Online (June 3)

Unknown. 2001. Museum Auctions Prize Cartoons [International Museum of Comic Art]. Associated Press (May 13)

Unknown. 2001. Museum of Cartoon Art in Jeopardy. Associated Press (July 3)

Unknown. 2001. Nelvana says sells 'Medabots' rights to Hasbro. Reuters (June 12)

Unknown. 2001. New from Dilbert -- the 'perfect'' cubicle. Reuters (August 29)

Unknown. 2001. Norma Macmillan, cartoon voice [animation obituary]. Washington Post (March 23): B7

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Dave Graue [wrote the syndicated 'Alley Oop' comic strip]. Associated Press (December 11)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Don Tennant [advertising genius who created Kellogg's Tony the Tiger]. Associated Press (December 11)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Douglas Borgstedt [cartoonist]. Associated Press (February 9)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Faith Hubley [animator]. Associated Press (December 10)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Floyd Buford Yates. Associated Press (March 27)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Fred Lasswell. Associated Press (March 5)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: George Gately [Heathcliff creator]. Associated Press (October 2)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Maurice J. Noble [animation]. Associated Press (May 22)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Nancy Henry [appeared as 'Aunt Nancy'' in Family Circus]. Associated Press (February 20)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Norma Macmillan [animation voice]. Associated Press (March 20)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Peggy Chantler Dick [wrote scripts for the television shows 'Dennis the Menace' and 'Hazel']. Associated Press (November 27)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Ray Osrin [editorial cartoonist; Barney Google ghost]. Associated Press (April 4)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Richard Stone [animation music composer]. Associated Press (March 15)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries in the News: Robert Kraus [New Yorker cartoonist]. Associated Press (August 16)

Unknown. 2001. Obituaries: Paul Myatt [caricaturist]. Washington Blade (August 17): 37

Unknown. 2001. Offensive Lineman [Johnny Ryan's Angry Youth Comix]. Gear (May)

Unknown. 2001. Oni organizes benefit auction [after terrorism]. Comics & Games Retailer (November): 15

Unknown. 2001. Originality will liven up Asian animation market. Reuters (December 5)

Unknown. 2001. Oscar 'Tooning Up for 2002 [animation]. E! Online (December 12)

Unknown. 2001. 'Peanuts' gang, royal cipher on Gibraltar holiday stamps. Linn's Stamp News (November 26)

Unknown. 2001. Pixar Animation's Results Surpass Expectations. Reuters (February 8)

Unknown. 2001. Pixar has better Q2, ups 2001 view. Reuters (August 10)

Unknown. 2001. Pixar moves up ``Monsters, Inc.'' release date [animation]. Reuters (February 9)

Unknown. 2001. Pixar names Ed Catmull president [animation]. Reuters (January 24)

Unknown. 2001. Pixar posts first-quarter profit, raises 2001 forecast. Reuters (May 10)

Unknown. 2001. Pokemon characters appear on new stamps. Linn's Stamp News (February 19): 20

Unknown. 2001. 'Popeye' slot gets approval. Las Vegas Sun (October 8)

Unknown. 2001. Presidential Inkwell, Portrait Go to Auction [Thomas Nast and Republican Party symbol link]. Reuters (January 16)

Unknown. 2001. Prince a Wallace and Gromit Fan. Associated Press (July 2)

Unknown. 2001. 'Puddy' Grows Into Playing 'Tick' Associated Press (December 1)

Unknown. 2001. Quake for kids - from Disney [videogame based on 'Atlantis: The Lost Empire' animation]. Newsweek (April 2): 13

Unknown. 2001. Rat Fink Creator Roth Dies. Associated Press (April 6)

Unknown. 2001. Readers react to 'B.C.' Easter comic. Columbus [GA] Ledger- Enquirer (April 22). online at http://www.ledger-enquirer.com/content/columbus/2001/04/22/news/0422BC.htm

Unknown. 2001. Reclusive HK tycoon Nina Wang launches comic [in Hong Kong]. Reuters (July 29)

Unknown. 2001. Reeve Discusses 'Superman' Role. Associated Press (May 29)

Unknown. 2001. Reinventing an art form online: Scott McCloud discusses the future of digital comics. http://www.apple.com/creative/stories/mccloud/

Unknown. 2001. Report: Disney to Sell Rights to 6 Films to TV [animation]. Reuters (March 28)

Unknown. 2001. Richard Stone, composer [animation music; obituary]. Washington Post (March 17): B7

Unknown. 2001. Robert Kraus, author and cartoonist, 76 [obituary, New Yorker cartoonist]. New York Times (August 16): A17

Unknown. 2001. 'Samurai Jack' Heading to Big Screen. Reuters (November 20)

Unknown. 2001. Schulz Awarded Congressional Medal. Associated Press (June 7)

Unknown. 2001. ''Shrek'' Stalks ''Monsters, Inc.''. E! Online (November 1)

Unknown. 2001. 'Shrek' Tops $200 Million. E! Online (June 20)

Unknown. 2001. 'Shrek'' tops contenders for cartoon awards [Annie Award nominations]. Reuters / Variety (September 18)

Unknown. 2001. Six Simpsons Actors Get Raises [animation]. Associated Press (May 1)

Unknown. 2001. Snoopy postage stamp goes on sale in Santa Rosa. Associated Press (May 17)

Unknown. 2001. Some Cartoons Out of Bugs Tribute [Warner Bros. animation; racism; censorship]. Associated Press (May 4)

Unknown. 2001. 'Spider-Man' Starts Spinning Its Web [movie]. E! Online (January 5)

Unknown. 2001. Spielberg, Howard's Web 'Dreams' [internet animation]. E! Online (February 2)

Unknown. 2001. Stan Lee co-founder Peter Paul indicted. Reuters (June 12)

Unknown. 2001. Stan Lee says SEC looking into stock trades [Stan Lee Media, internet animation]. Reuters (January 2)

Unknown. 2001. Star Collector: 'Continuing the work' [Outcault and Yellow Kid collector Marty Goldman]. Diamond Dialogue (February): 48-49

Unknown. 2001. Star Collector: Excitement and fustration in the Silver Age [Marvel collector Charlie Novinskie]. Diamond Dialogue (March): 44-45

Unknown. 2001. Star Collector: Never could have dreamed... [Kerby Confer, Carl Barks]. Diamond Dialogue (April): 44-45, 59

Unknown. 2001. Star collector: Wyn Snyer. Old or new, as long as it's original [comic strip art]. Diamond Dialogue (November): 44-45

Unknown. 2001. Stern's 'Doomsday' Doomed? [animation]. E! Online (January 14)

Unknown. 2001. Steve Burns To Leave 'Blue's Clues' [animation]. Associated Press (January 1)

Unknown. 2001. Strip's author apologizes for upcoming Sunday comic [B.C., religion]. Charlotte Observer (April 12)

Unknown. 2001. Stupid tv gets political [Stone and Parker's 'That's My Bush']. Washington Times National Weekly Edition (April 16-22): 37

Unknown. 2001. Subway Kids Meal Features 'Sheep' [animation]. QSR: The Magazine of Quick Service Restaurant Success (May 28). online at http://www.qsrmagazine.com/shells/printer.phtml?id=3D901

Unknown. 2001. Syria Publishes 1st Satirical Paper [Al-Domari, or Lamplighter, is owned by Syrian cartoonist Ali Farzat]. Associated Press (February 26)

Unknown. 2001. Taiwan Envoy Says Japan Comic Distorted History ['Taiwan Discourse', manga history by Japanese cartoonist Yoshinori Kobayashi]. Reuters (March 12)

Unknown. 2001. Tezuka's animation to be shown on Internet. Kyodo News (June 27)

Unknown. 2001. The Euro counts on Scrooge McDuck. Syracuse Post-Standard (February 28)

Unknown. 2001. The Industry Reacts As Marvel Drops the Code: Strong Support for the CMAA. ICv2 (May 17): http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/401.html

Unknown. 2001. The Wonders of Wondercon: Comics Business and Festival Thrive During Economic Hard Time [convention]. San Jose Mercury (CA) News (April 15)

Unknown. 2001. Tintin conquers China. BBC News Online (23 May): http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/entertainment/arts/newsid_1346000/1346606.s tm '',

Unknown. 2001. Tintin porn gang smashed. Express (February 16)

Unknown. 2001. Toon titan [brief William Hanna obituary]. Newsweek (April 2): 8

Unknown. 2001. Top Picks: Comic Books: Akira [manga]. US News and World Report (January 8): 54

Unknown. 2001. Troubled Cinar Corp. cuts 54 Montreal staff [Canadian animation]. Reuters (November 23)

Unknown. 2001. TV and movie composer Raoul Kraushaar dies at 93 [music for cartoons ''Yogi Bear'' and ''Huckleberry Hound'']. Reuters (October 16)

Unknown. 2001. U.S. Grant's elephant inkwell sells for $26,050 [may have inspired Nast]. Reuters (January 18)

Unknown. 2001. UK's Winnie The Pooh sold to Disney, paper says. Reuters (March 4)

Unknown. 2001. Una moneta unica per zio Paperone: Il conio del primo euro con Visco e Alberto Sordi la cerimonia [Uncle Scrooge; in Italian]. La Republica (February 23): 37. online at http://www.repubblica.it/quotidiano/repubblica/20010223/economia/37broma.htm l

Unknown. 2001. Unclear if First Mickey Mouse Sketches Auctioned (also titled: Mickey Mouse sketches in auction limbo)[International Museum of Comic Art]. Reuters (May 20)

Unknown. 2001. Upset at Tintin's 'Chinese Tibet'. BBC News Online (23 May): http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/entertainment/arts/newsid_1349000/1349028.s tm

Unknown. 2001. Walt Disney Studios' chairman Schneider to resign. Reuters (June 20)

Unknown. 2001. Washington Post cartoonist Herblock dies. Reuters (October 8)

Unknown. 2001. Web animation firm probes possible thefts [anime distributor SyCoNet.com]. Washington Post (January 8): E1

Unknown. 2001. Welch delves into alien turf with 'Parasyte'' [movie based on manga]. Reuters / Variety (June 19)

Unknown. 2001. Worker Dies in Set Accident [Spider-Man movie]. Associated Press (March 6)

Unknown. 2001. Worker killed on L.A. set of new Spider-Man movie. Reuters (March 6)

Unknown. 2001. Working with libraries [on comic books]. Diamond Dialogue (April): 48-49, 60

Unknown. 2001. World of comics reaches out to help: Benefits at a glance [after terrorism]. Comics & Games Retailer (November): 14

Unknown. 2001. Writ large on the small screen ['Black Jack' manga by Osamu Tezuka on television]. Japan Times (September 23)

Unknown. 2001. Yahoo! Enhances Messaging Service [Peanuts, Dilbert and Hello Kitty cartoon franchises]. Associated Press (October 22)

Unknown. 2001. 'Yu-Gi-Oh!' goods headed for U.S. ['Duelmasters' manga]. Japan Times (May 9)

Unknown. 2001. Zippy Duty: Famed cartoonist takes doggie-head sign to heart. Metro (April 26). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/04.26.01/cover/signs5-0117.html

Unknown. 2002. A healthy obsession - Star Collector: Jeph Loeb. Diamond Dialogue (August): 52-53

Unknown. 2002. Abu Abraham, political cartoonist in Britain and India, dies at 78. Associated Press (December 2)

Unknown. 2002. An exclusive interview with Mage Kngiht creator Jordan Weisman and Mage Knight: Stolen Destiny creator Todd Dezago. Previews 12 (8; August): 306

Unknown. 2002. Are We Ready for Marvel's 'Truth'? [black Captain America]. Philadelphia Daily News (September 24). online at http://www.philly.com/mld/dailynews/living/4139034.htm

Unknown. 2002. Asterix and Harry Potter work magic on French book sales. Agence France-Presse (February 7)

Unknown. 2002. Asterix sequel scores first day hit. BBC News (February1). online at http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/entertainment/film/newsid_1795000/1795359 .stm

Unknown. 2002. Authorities free second journalist who allegedly insulted Qatari leaders [with cartoon]. Associated Press (August 22)

Unknown. 2002. Backlight: The Washington Post's Miss Government Girl Contest, 1948 [Mary Worth comic strip]. Washington Post Magazine (December 8): W12

Unknown. 2002. Bill Peet, illustrator [Disney animator obituary]. Washington Post (May 17): B6

Unknown. 2002. Buddy Baker, musical arranger for Disney studios, dies at 84. Associated Press (July 29)

Unknown. 2002. Bulldog raises CrossGen discount, offers free shipping. Comics and Game Retailer (124; July): 10

Unknown. 2002. Canada's Nelvana signs kids TV development deal. Reuters (January 22)

Unknown. 2002. Cartoon contest opens [in Taiwan]. Taipei Times (November 3). online at http://www.taipeitimes.com/news/2002/11/03/story/0000178155

Unknown. 2002. Cartoon Network Expands 'Adult Swim'. Zap2it.com (October 22): http://tv.zap2it.com/news/tvnewsdaily.html?28578

Unknown. 2002. Cat Woman protester arrested in Shasta Lake after climbing smokestack. Associated Press (January 31)

Unknown. 2002. Charles Dupuis, Belgian publisher [obituary]. Washington Post (November 20): B6

Unknown. 2002. Comic Creators Discuss Future Films. Associated Press (June 10)

Unknown. 2002. Comic Creators Discuss Future Films. Associated Press (June 10)

Unknown. 2002. Comic-Con announces 'Free Friday' for retailers. Comics and Game Retailer (124; July): 12

Unknown. 2002. Court Dismisses Former Golden Books' Chapter 11 Case. Dow Jones Newswire (April 2)

Unknown. 2002. Crossgen readies Compendia reprint compilations. Comics & Games Retailer (120, March): 12

Unknown. 2002. DC Comics Sues Over Kryptonite Gel [Superman trademark lawsuit]. Associated Press (March 6)

Unknown. 2002. Deaths : Ron Walotsky Sci-Fi Artist. Washington Post (August 3): B7

Unknown. 2002. Deaths: Alberto Beltran Garcia, Mexican Artist [political cartoonist]. Washington Post (April 24): B6

Unknown. 2002. Deaths: George Alec Effinger Sci-Fi Author. Washington Post (May 1): B5

Unknown. 2002. Deaths: Phil Interlandi Cartoonist. Washington Post (June 30): C6

Unknown. 2002. Diamond evolves over two decades: From 17 accounts to all U.S. direct-market shops. Comics and Games Retailer (121; April): 12

Unknown. 2002. Disney artist-writer Bill Peet dies at 87; worked on 'Dumbo,' '101 Dalmatians'. Associated Press (May 14)

Unknown. 2002. Disney-Pixar Unveil New Slate. E! Online (April 22)

Unknown. 2002. Doh! Simpsons Creator Says Series End Is Nigh. Reuters (April 30)

Unknown. 2002. Dynamic Forces offers incentives for busts. Comics & Games Retailer (120, March): 12

Unknown. 2002. Ernest Pintoff, Director Who Won an Oscar for Animated Film, Dies at 70. New York Times (February 4)

Unknown. 2002. Executive's Job at Walt Disney May Change [Thomas Schumacher]. New York Times (November 4)

Unknown. 2002. Falwell garners top dishonors at Mad. Washington Blade (January 11): 49

Unknown. 2002. First Comic Store in Chicago Closing; Opened in 1972. ICV2 ( September 20): http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/1837.html

Unknown. 2002. Follow that Star... [interview with Gossett and Kayl about Rising Star]. Previews XII (9; September): 256

Unknown. 2002. Former Panama president sues newspaper cartoonist. Associated Press (June 4)

Unknown. 2002. 'Garfield' Plane Up For Sale. Associated Press (February 22)

Unknown. 2002. George Lucas Named in Libel Suit [over ''Starballz'' pornographic Star Wars animation]. Associated Press (March 29)

Unknown. 2002. Greg Hildebrandt: The Art of the Pinup. Heavy Metal: Erotic #2 Special (16:2 Summer): 3-6

Unknown. 2002. Help, Spider-Man's stranded! [movie]. Reuters (October 11)

Unknown. 2002. Highway to Hell [CrossGen Comics' Route 666! writer Tony Bedard and artis= t Karl Moline]. Previews 12:6 (June). online at http://previews.diamondcomics.com/editorial/misc_articles/rt666/crsgen_rt= 666 _fea.htm

Unknown. 2002. Highway to Hell [CrossGen Comics' Route 666! writer Tony Bedard and artist Karl Moline]. Previews 12:6 (June). online at http://previews.diamondcomics.com/editorial/misc_articles/rt666/crsgen_rt6 66_fea.htm

Unknown. 2002. Humanoids offers returnable title program. Comics and Games Retailer (121; April): 13

Unknown. 2002. Interview with Bastard Samurai creator Michael Avon Oeming. Previews 12 (2; February): 112-113

Unknown. 2002. Interview with Guardian Angel creator Jonathan Peterson and artist Aron Wiesenfeld. Previews 12 (3; March): 106-107

Unknown. 2002. Interview with Hawaiian Dick writer B. Clay Moore. Previews XII (10; October): 106

Unknown. 2002. Interview with Joseph Michael Linsner. Previews 12 (7, July): 105

Unknown. 2002. Interview with legendary G.I. Joe writer Larry Hama. Previews 12 (8; August): 102-103

Unknown. 2002. Interview with Liberty Meadows Creator Frank Cho. Previews 12 (6, June): 102-103

Unknown. 2002. Interview with Liberty Meadows Creator Frank Cho. Previews 12 (6, June): 102-103

Unknown. 2002. Interview with Rex Mundi writer Arvid Nelson. Previews XII (10; October): 107

Unknown. 2002. Interview with Val Staples and Robert Kirkman. Previews XII (9; September): 102

Unknown. 2002. Japan Publishing Heavyweights Roll Out U.S. Comic. Reuters (August 1)

Unknown. 2002. Joe Quesada talks adult content. Abercrombie and Fitch Quarterly (Spring?)

Unknown. 2002. Leading Christmas tree maker switches to cartoon animation [in Hong Kong]. Associated Press (April 3)

Unknown. 2002. Lo to Play Superhero 'Shrink'. Reuters (June 4) Unknown. 2002. Former Panama president sues newspaper cartoonist. Associated Press (June 4)

Unknown. 2002. Lo to Play Superhero 'Shrink'. Reuters (June 4)

Unknown. 2002. ''Lupin the Third'' cartoon set for TV debut in United States, Canada [anim= e]. Associated Press (May 28)

Unknown. 2002. ''Lupin the Third'' cartoon set for TV debut in United States, Canada [anime]. Associated Press (May 28)

Unknown. 2002. Making the Grade -- Star Collector: Mark Haspel [original comic book art]. Diamond Dialogue (June): 52-53

Unknown. 2002. Making the Grade -- Star Collector: Mark Haspel [original comic book art]. Diamond Dialogue (June): 52-53

Unknown. 2002. Man Robs N.Y. Store of Rare Comics. Associated Press (May 6)

Unknown. 2002. Marvel announces replacement for retiring CEO. Dow Jones / Associated Press (September 16). online at http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/news/archive/2002/09/16/fina ncial1658EDT0223.DTL

Unknown. 2002. 'Meneer Johan' vereeuwigd n Brussel [Mssr. Jean mural by Dupuy-Berberian]. De Morgen (December 18)

Unknown. 2002. Meridan [CrossGen's Steve McNiven interview]. Previews 12 (6, June): 261

Unknown. 2002. Meridan [CrossGen's Steve McNiven interview]. Previews 12 (6, June): 261

Unknown. 2002. Mexican comic strip character crossed border long before many immigrants [Gus Arriola's Gordo]. Associated Press (October 12). online at http://www.thenewsmexico.com/noticia.asp?id=3D37349

Unknown. 2002. Miramax acquires distribution rights for ''Pokemon'' sequels. Associated Press (April 4)

Unknown. 2002. NAACP Honors `Boondocks'; Cartoonist Aaron McGruder To Receive Coveted Chairman's Award at 33rd NAACP Image Awards Program. NAACP (January 30): http://www.naacp.org/news/releases/chairaward013002.shtml

Unknown. 2002. No Mickey Mouse artist: Donald's illustrator looked to the Geographic [Ca= rl Barks]. National Geographic (June)

Unknown. 2002. No Mickey Mouse artist: Donald's illustrator looked to the Geographic [Carl Barks]. National Geographic (June)

Unknown. 2002. Obituaries in the News: Charles H. Mullen [radio actor on Dick Tracy'', ''Believe it or Not'' and ''Archie'']. Associated Press (April 19)

Unknown. 2002. Oh My God! They Found Kenny! [South Park]. Zap2it.com (November 4): http://tv.zap2it.com/news/tvnewsdaily.html?28771

Unknown. 2002. Peri Calvillo and Daniel Giella [cartoonist's daughter wedding]. New York Times (December 8)

Unknown. 2002. Peruvian teenagers 'possessed' by Japanese TV cartoon [Dragon Ball Z]. Anova (November 4): http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_702872.html

Unknown. 2002. Pixar Profit Up 600 Percent. Reuters (November 4)

Unknown. 2002. Pixar says has 3 pictures left to deliver to Disney. Reuters (January 31)

Unknown. 2002. Pixar, Disney, Plan New Film. Associated Press (April 22)

Unknown. 2002. Playboy Cartoonist Dempsey Dead at 83. Associated Press (June 25)

Unknown. 2002. Pokemon goes gay: Don't tell Jerry Falwell, but the 'Pokemon 4' features = a homoerotic friendship, and a family man turns to escorting in 'Elysian Fields'. Washington Blade (October 18)

Unknown. 2002. Producer Talks About 'Spirit' Themes. Associated Press (May 24)

Unknown. 2002. Producer Talks About 'Spirit' Themes. Associated Press (May 24)

Unknown. 2002. Retailer files class-action suit against Marvel. Comics and Game Retailer (124; July): 10, 63

Unknown. 2002. Revenge of the ''Starballz'' [pornographic Star Wars animation]. E! Online (March 29)

Unknown. 2002. Robbie Williams' grin inspires new Beano rebel [British comics]. Reuters (January 9)

Unknown. 2002. Scholar studies cartoon robot cat [Japanese Doraemon]. Asahi Shimbun (April 2). online at http://www.asahi.com/english/culture/K2002040200483.html

Unknown. 2002. 'Smokey Bear' Voice Gene Moss Dies at 75 [writer of cartoon series 'Roger Ramjet']. Reuters (July 22)

Unknown. 2002. Speedy Gonzalez Escapes Censors. NewsMax (June 19): http://www.newsmax.com/showinsidecover.shtml?a=2002/6/19/132552

Unknown. 2002. ''Spider'' moves fast in India [Spider-Man movie opening]. Reuters / Variety (April 24)

Unknown. 2002. 'Spider' Sequel Set for May 2004 [Spider-Man movie]. Associated Press (May 7)

Unknown. 2002. 'Spider-Man' Heads Toward Error Record. Reuters (May 7)

Unknown. 2002. Spider-Man's Girlfriend Talks Tough. Associated Press (May 3)

Unknown. 2002. Star Collector: James Payette; Fantastic fiction, amazing collection. Dialogue (April): 44-45

Unknown. 2002. Star collector: Marty Grosser: King of the Monsters! Diamond Dialogue (May): 44-45

Unknown. 2002. ''Superman'' Revived. Again. E! Online (February 19)

Unknown. 2002. Swann Fellows lecture to look at race representation in earlier art [cartoons of blacks]. Library of Congress Gazette (May 24): 3

Unknown. 2002. Swann Fellows lecture to look at race representation in earlier art [cartoons of blacks]. Library of Congress Gazette (May 24): 3

Unknown. 2002. Talking craft with Chuck Dixon. Previews 12 (7, July): 265

Unknown. 2002. The madness starts at 9.6...! Star Collector: Tom Brulato [grading and slabbing comics]. Diamond Dialogue (July): 52-53

Unknown. 2002. The Science of Superheroes. BBC (June 13): http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/hottopics/superheroes/index.shtml

Unknown. 2002. The Smiths become cartoon characters for new documentary [music]. Anova (November 4): http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_702841.html

Unknown. 2002. The Universe is made of stories by Peter Sinclair [interview as book review]. [University of Michigan] Michigan Today 34 (1; Spring): 22

Unknown. 2002. Tintin Cartoon Loses Longstanding Printer [Belgian publisher Casterman bankruptcy]. Reuters (June 28)

Unknown. 2002. 'Toon titan [Chuck Jones]. Time (March 25)

Unknown. 2002. 'Toon titan [Chuck Jones]. Time (March 25)

Unknown. 2002. True believer! An interview with Bowen Designs founder and head = sculptor, Randy Bowen. Previews XII (10; October): 440

Unknown. 2002. U-Decide pits writer versus Marvel execs. David: Help from retailers needed to avert Jemas win. Comics and Games Retailer (August): 12

Unknown. 2002. Un artiste qui a des references: Quand le pere de Donald s'inspire du = NGM [Carl Barks]. National Geographic France (June)

Unknown. 2002. Way of the Rat [interview with CrossGen artists Jeff Johnson and Tom Ryder]. Previews 12 (3; March): 263

Unknown. 2002. Wesley Snipes returns as vampire warrior in action-thriller 'Blade II'. Jet (April 1): 58-61

Unknown. 2002. Yaacov 'Zeev' Farkas, Israeli cartoon pioneer [obituary]. Cleveland Plain Dealer (October 17)

Unknown. 2002. Zoinks and Jinkies! [Scooby-Doo and gays]. Washington Blade (June 14)

Unknown. 2003. 2002 publisher market share of comic books and tradepaperbacks preordered by stores. Comics and Games Retailer (131; February): 12

Unknown. 2003. 2002 top graphic novels and trade paperbacks preordered by comics shops. Comics and Games Retailer (131; February): 14

Unknown. 2003. 2002's most prolific hit publishers. Comics and Games Retailer (131; February): 14

Unknown. 2003. A collector at the top: Star collector: Paul Levitz. Diamond Dialogue (January): 48

Unknown. 2003. Airport pulls comic book with toy gun from shelves [in England; Dandy]. Associated Press (March 1)

Unknown. 2003. Al Hartley Cartoonist [obituary]. Washington Post (May 30): B8

Unknown. 2003. All about excellence: All About Books and Comics feted in Eisner retail awards. Comics and Games Retailer (138; September): 12

Unknown. 2003. Anne Gwynne Actress [obituary, Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe]. Washington Post (April 10): B8

Unknown. 2003. Backlight: Book and Author War Bond Rally, 1945 [James Thurber photograph]. Washington Post Magazine (July 6): 3

Unknown. 2003. Cartoon in U-Md. Paper Draws Protest. Washington Post (March 20): B3

Unknown. 2003. Cartoon Sparks Protests at Student Newspaper; College Activist in Gaza Called 'Stupid'. Associated Press (March 21)

Unknown. 2003. Cartoons come from chaos: R.K. Laxman [Indian cartoonist]. Times of Oman (March 1). online at http://www.timesofoman.com/newsdetails.asp?newsid=26390&pn=local

Unknown. 2003. China to Host 6th World Cartoon Conference in October. People's Daily (March 8). online at http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200303/08/eng20030308_112897.shtml

Unknown. 2003. Chinese Hope Ancient Shadow Art Will Animate Cartoon Industry. People's Daily (March 8). online at http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200303/08/eng20030308_112954.shtml

Unknown. 2003. Clowes & Zwigoff Team Up Again; Next Project: Art School Confidential. ICV2.com (January 20): http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/2251.html

Unknown. 2003. Comic art no laughing matter at gallery: Distributor in Timonium offers serious collection of funny, heroic artwork [Geppi and Diamond]. Baltimore Sun (June 17). online at http://www.sunspot.net/news/yahoo/bal-md.comics17jun17,0,952025.story?coll=bal-newsaol-headlines

Unknown. 2003. Comic book heroine back in fashion [Theresa Lee Wai-chun, and '13 Dots']. South China Morning Post (February 13)

Unknown. 2003. Comic Book to Unveil Princess Di Superhero. Reuters (July 7)

Unknown. 2003. Comic Books on Christ Confiscated [religion]. Macedonian Press Agency [Greece] (26 February). online at http://www.mpa.gr/article.html?doc_id=328755

Unknown. 2003. Comic Creator Pays $450,000 for Barry Bonds' Ball [McFarlane]. Reuters (June 25)

Unknown. 2003. Comic Strip Characters Offer Intimate Look at Marriage [Terry and Patty LaBan 'Edge City' comic strip]. featureXpress (March 14)

Unknown. 2003. Comics evolve: Drawing on Darwin [Jay Hosler]. York [PA] Daily Record (July 7)

Unknown. 2003. Connecticut Historical Society Museum celebrates the comic book [exhibit]. Associated Press (October 30).

Unknown. 2003. CrossGen makes comics returnable... from the readers. Comics and Games Retailer (130; January): 10

Unknown. 2003. CrossGen offers Lady Death incentives. Comics and Games Retailer (131; February): 12

Unknown. 2003. DC explores limited returnability: Announces results at Retailer Representative meeting. Comics and Games Retailer (130; January): 10

Unknown. 2003. Dc rolls out limited returnability; select titles eligible for program. Comics and Games Retailer (132; March): 12

Unknown. 2003. Deal Reached in Stan Lee Media Suit. Associated Press (January 6)

Unknown. 2003. Diamond part of Future's plans. Comics and Games Retailer (131; February): 14

Unknown. 2003. Downloads May Spell End Of CDs [ Newbury Comics founder Mike Dreese, comic book turned music store owner]. WCVB TheBostonChannel.com (March 6)

Unknown. 2003. EU Starts Antitrust Proceedings Vs. Topps [Pokemon]. Associated Press (June 19)

Unknown. 2003. Fox Studio Gets More Time For Marvel Character Rights. Dow Jones Business News (March 21)

Unknown. 2003. Free Comic Book Day 2 showcase: Earthworld Comics, Albany, New York. Comics and Games Retailer (137; August): 8

Unknown. 2003. Free Comic Book Day 2 sponsors announced. Comics and Games Retailer (131; February): 12

Unknown. 2003. Got Teen Readers? Manga Does. Publisher's Weekly Online (January 6). online at http://publishersweekly.reviewsnews.com/index.asp?layout=article&articleid=C A269080&display=ComicsNews&industry=Comics&industryid=2639&verticalid=127&

Unknown. 2003. Graphic Novels - Not for Kids Only. Arlington County Department of Libraries (July 9): http://www.co.arlington.va.us/lib/sites/graphicnovels.htm

Unknown. 2003. Hahn: 'Rabbit' Sequel Not Going to Happen [Roger Rabbit animation]. Associated Press (March 26)

Unknown. 2003. Hit cartoon to make profit [Shanghai Animated Film Studio]. Shanghai Daily News (February 23). online at http://english.eastday.com/epublish/gb/paper1/824/class000100001/hwz114980.h tm

Unknown. 2003. John P. Saunders, 1924-2003: TV newsman wrote 'Worth,' 'Roper' strips [obituary]. Toledo Blade (November 17). online at http://www.toledoblade.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=3D/20031117/NEWS13/1= 1 1170126

Unknown. 2003. 'Kids' are subject of lecture [Katzenjammer Kids exhibit]. New Orleans Times - Picayune (March 13)

Unknown. 2003. Kim Jong-Il becomes an unlikely hero of Japanese manga. [Australia] ABC News Online (September 19): http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/s949221.htm]

Unknown. 2003. La Historieta Costarricense Inaugura la Red de Museos de México [Costa Rica]. Quevedos (December): 30

Unknown. 2003. Maguire Questionable for 'Spider-Man' Sequel. Reuters (March 18)

Unknown. 2003. Maguire Works Out for 'Spider-Man' Role. Associated Press (March 19)

Unknown. 2003. Man Admits Copying 'The Hulk' Before Premiere. Reuters (June 25)

Unknown. 2003. Manga: Eastern influences, universal profits. Suggestions on how retailers can animate their sales with manga. Diamond Dialogue (March): 34-35

Unknown. 2003. Marvel Comic Book Co. Sues Sony Pictures . Associated Press (February 27)

Unknown. 2003. Marvel Enterprises Posts Net Loss, but Raises Outlook. Reuters (March 3)

Unknown. 2003. Marvel, Fox Settle Over 'X-Men'. Associated Press (March 4)

Unknown. 2003. New CrossGen program makes line exchangable. Comics and Games Retailer (137; August): 12

Unknown. 2003. Pierce G. Rice Artist [obituary]. Washington Post (June 4): B7

Unknown. 2003. Pixar, Disney Shares Advance on Smash 'Nemo' Release. Reuters (June 2)

Unknown. 2003. Retailers wins CBLDF signing in auction. Comics and Games Retailer (130; January): 51

Unknown. 2003. Showbiz people briefs [Smallville]. Reuters / Variety (March 27)

Unknown. 2003. Snoopy Bunker Coming to St. Paul Golf Course [Peanuts]. Cybergolf.com (March 13): http://www.cybergolf.com/region.asp?id=1249&placeID=5

Unknown. 2003. Spider-Man' Suit Stuck in Appellate Web [movie revenue]. Reuters (July 9)

Unknown. 2003. Star collector: A call to action! [Michael Eury and Captain Action]. Diamond Dialogue (April): 44-45

Unknown. 2003. Star collector: A labor of love [Jo Ann Reisler, children's book collector]. Diamond Dialogue (March): 44-45

Unknown. 2003. Superman Director Resigns. San Francisco Chronicle (March 20)

Unknown. 2003. Third Asterix film 'vetoed'. BBC NEWS (August 12). online at http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/entertainment/3145299.stm

Unknown. 2003. Toon Fest coming to Hill City. Hill City Prevailer News [South Dakota] (March 12)

Unknown. 2003. U.S. Prosecutors Extradite Peter Paul from Brazil [Stan Lee Media]. Reuters (September 15)

Unknown. 2003. Ultra Comix: Germany's one-stop entertainment destination. Diamond Dialogue (March): 54

Unknown. 2003. Watching TV Violence as Child Can Lead to Adult Aggression [animation]. Washington Post (March 10): A22

Unknown. 2003. William Woolfolk, Comic book writer [obituary]. Washington Post (August 11): B5

Unknown. 2003. WWII Cartoonist Bill Mauldin Dies at 81. Associated Press (January 22)

Unknown. 2003? An Interview with Flight Comics' Kazu Kibuishi Diverging Comics: http://www.divergingcomics.org/main.php?id=flight.html

Unknown. 2004. A seriously 'big question' [Bo Nanas marriage proposal by Kovaleski]. Rochester Review (Winter): 38

Unknown. 2004. Anime and global film [Anime USA 2004 convention] [Washington Post] Express (October 29): 17

Unknown. 2004. Bill Liebowitz, founder of LA comic book store, dead at 63. Associated Press (October 29): http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/news/local/10049387.htm

Unknown. 2004. Book of Mormon will come out in comic book form [Mike Allred]. Associated Press (October 22)

Unknown. 2004. Cartoon, comic book planned of Pekar's promotional tour. Yomiuri Shimbun (May 13). Online at http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/newse/20040513woae.htm

Unknown. 2004. Comic book memorializes victims of Rwandan genocide [Rupert Bazambanza]. CBC News Online (April 9). online at http://www.humanspirit.ca/posted%20articles/art_healing/Rwanda_ComicBook.htm

Unknown. 2004. Creator of 'The Flash' dies at 88 [Harry Lampert]. Associated Press (November 14)

Unknown. 2004. Dropped [Doonesbury]. Entertainment Weekly (August 6): 26

Unknown. 2004. Face of Tony Blair inspires cartoon exhibit [Cartoon Art Trust Museum]. CBC News Online (October 28): http://www.cbc.ca/story/arts/national/2004/10/28/Arts/blair041028.html

Unknown. 2004. Free Comic Book Day: Diamond cites lessons from 2004; The industry looks forward to 2005. Comics and Games Retailer (152; November): 10

Unknown. 2004. 'Get Fuzzy' bursts into Comics. Appeal-Democrat (December 5). online at http://www.appeal-democrat.com/articles/2004/12/05/news/local_news/news2 .txt

Unknown. 2004. Graphic books: A life in pictures -- How to say a lot without a lot of words [In the Shadow of No Towers By Art Spiegelman; Persepolis 2: The Story of a Return By Marjane Satrapi]. Economist (October 28). Online at http://www.economist.com/books/displayStory.cfm?story_id=3329029

Unknown. 2004. Homer Simpson for president? Reuters (October 26)

Unknown. 2004. Journal Sentinel cartoonist wins $10,000 U.N. award [Gary Markstein and The Ranan Lurie Political Cartoon Award]. Journal Sentinel (December 4)

Unknown. 2004. Kansai universities go pop / Students get colorful curriculum of manga, anime and games. Yomiuri Shimbun (December 20). online at http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/newse/20041220wo36.htm

Unknown. 2004. Keenspot Comics buys South Dakota town, declares Republic of Keenspotdonia. Comics and Games Retailer (152; November): 33

Unknown. 2004. l Congreso HondureZo Premia a Banegas [Honduras]. Quevedos (July): 26

Unknown. 2004. Marvel Profit Falls, But Revenue Up Sharply. Reuters (October 28)

Unknown. 2004. Marvel, Meredith in superhero book pact. NewYorkBusiness.com (September 28): http://www.crainsny.com/news.cms?id=3D8908

Unknown. 2004. Mega Bloks to make Marvel superhero toys under new licensing deal. Canadian Press (October 14)

Unknown. 2004. New comic on Gandhi's life in South Africa. Indo-Asian News Service (October 19). online at http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_1064927,00050006.htm

Unknown. 2004. Publisher Suspends 'Rape of Nanjing' Comic [manga on World War II]. Reuters (October 14)

Unknown. 2004. Reading Guide - Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood [by Marjane = Satrapi]. New York: Random House. online at = http://www.bordersstores.com/features/feature.jsp?file=3Dpersepolis_rg =

Unknown. 2004. Scott Kurtz to give PvP free to newspapers. Comics and Games Retailer (152; November): 33

Unknown. 2004. Since We Asked: 'Doonesbury' goes missing and readers are curious. Several readers contacted the Mail Tribune's newsroom Saturday, all with the same question: 'What happened to `Doonesbury' in today's paper?'. Mail Tribune (October 31). Online at http://www.mailtribune.com/archive/2004/1031/local/stories/18local.htm

Unknown. 2004. Swann Foundation announces grants for 2005-2006. Library of Congress Information Bulletin (September): 187, 189

Unknown. 2004. 'Tintin' makes DRC recall ambassador [from Africa]. Saturday Argus (October 23): 14. online at http://iol.co.za/index.php?set_id=3D1&click_id=3D68&art_id=3Dvn2004102310= 39593 56C815949

Unknown. 2004. U.S. soap actor may don 'Superman' cape. Reuters (October 21)

Unknown. 2004. Viz dumps Fat Slags in film protest. ITV.com (October 18): http://www.itv.com/news/1100595.html

Unknown. 2004. Viz to drop Fat Slags in protest [British comic book as movie]. BBC News (October 19). online at = http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/entertainment/film/3755284.stm =

Unknown. 2004. Zagreb Animation Week to liven up Tehran. IranMania.com (October 30): http://www.iranmania.com/news/articleview/default.asp?NewsCode=26538&NewsKind=Culture

Unknown. 2005. Aggressive Hedge Fund Stalking Topps: Plans Proxy Fight. ICV2.com (May 23): http://www.icv2.com/articles/home/6920.html

Unknown. 2005. Alan Moore Ankles DC Comics; LOEG #3 to Top Shelf/Knockabout. ICV2.com (May 24): http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/6929.html

Unknown. 2005. Animated Tale 'Valiant' No 'Chicken Run'. Associated Press (August 17)

Unknown. 2005. Archie Comics sues The Veronicas. UPI (August 16). online at http://news.webindia123.com/news/showdetails.asp?id=107111&cat=Entertain ment

Unknown. 2005. Army mag draws Potter comparisons: Lawyers for author JK Rowling are investigating a US army magazine cartoon whose characters bear an uncanny resemblance to Harry Potter. BBC News (February 7). online at http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/entertainment/4243145.stm

Unknown. 2005. At the ICJ in Washington DC: Cartoonist's work symbolizes Yemeni strife [cartoonist Saleh Ali]. Yemen Times(January). online at = http://www.yementimes.com/article.shtml?i=3D810&p=3Dlastpage&a=3D1

Unknown. 2005. Biff! Bam! Pow! Lawsuits hurt us all [Marvel Comics' lawsuit against 'City of Heroes' videogame]. Washington Examiner (February 11): 17

Unknown. 2005. Bounty put on prophet cartoonists' heads [Danish Islam cartoons]. Denmark.dk (December 2): http://denmark.dk/portal/page?_pageid=374,610577and_dad=portaland_schema=PORTALandic_nextitemno=1andic_itemid=899258

Unknown. 2005. 'Calvin and Hobbes' classic comic strip returns. Jersey Journal (September 6). online at http://www.nj.com/news/jjournal/index.ssf?/base/news-0/1126008652293160. xml&coll=3

Unknown. 2005. Cartoon Contest Won by Four Students [editorial cartoons]. Editor and Publisher Online (February 8)

Unknown. 2005. Cartoon nurse rivals Bob and Sam: A nurse from Surrey has created a cartoon character who could rival Bob the Builder or Fireman Sam. BBC NEWS (February 9). online at http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/england/southern_counties/4249665. stm

Unknown. 2005. Cartoonist and Internet workers face jail [Oleg Minich in Belarus]. Universal Press International (August 24)

Unknown. 2005. Cartoonist Austin dies aged 70. BBC News (November 21): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/entertainment/4456488.stm

Unknown. 2005. Cartoonist Bud Blake, 87; Created 'Tiger' Comic Strip [obituary]. Washington Post (December 30): B6

Unknown. 2005. Cartoonist earns 'professional' status [editorial cartoonist Terry C. Wise]. Central Kentucky News-Journal (September 7). online at http://www.cknj.com/articles/2005/09/07/business/04business.txt

Unknown. 2005. Cartoonist Lynn Johnston and dentist husband to be honoured by university. Canadian Press (March 29). online at http://www.canada.com/health/story.html?id=3D4d23da88-930d-4d30-a8e4-b226= 0 e92f63b

Unknown. 2005. Cartoonist Sends Himself to Guantanamo Bay [Pastis]. E and P Online (April 28)

Unknown. 2005. CD-ROMs Include 27 Years of 'Garfield' Strips. Editor and Publisher Online (October 18)

Unknown. 2005. Colleen Doran Signs for Shoujo How-To With Impact Books. Icv2.com (May 12): http://www.icv2.com/articles/home/6870.html

Unknown. 2005. College Cartoonist Wins Locher Prize [Terrence Nowicki Jr.]. E and P Online (May 3)

Unknown. 2005. 'Complete Dennis the Menace' Coming. E and P Online (May 4)

Unknown. 2005. 'Conan: Red Nails' Animated Feature; Principal Animation About to Begin. ICv2.com (October 19): http://www.icv2.com/articles/home/7686.html

Unknown. 2005. De Grootste Striphelden [Greatest Belgian comic strip character; in Dutch]. De Grootste Belg (October 24) online at http://www.degrootstebelg.be/dgb_master/printvriendelijk/dgb_striphelden/index.shtml

Unknown. 2005. Dearth of Conservative Cartoonists Explained. E and P Online (May 2)

Unknown. 2005. Denmark: Newspaper receives threats for publishing Mohammed cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. Editors Weblog (October 13): http://www.editorsweblog.org/2005/10/denmark_newspap.html

Unknown. 2005. DF Interview: Ed Brubaker. Dynamic Forces.com (September 7): http://www.dynamicforces.com/htmlfiles/interviews.html?showinterview=IN0 9070550150

Unknown. 2005. DF Interview: Eric Powell. Dynamic Forces.com (October 11): http://www.dynamicforces.com/htmlfiles/interviews.html?showinterview=IN10110558342

Unknown. 2005. DF Interview: Erik Ko. Dynamic Forces.com (September 21): http://www.dynamicforces.com/htmlfiles/interviews.html?showinterview=IN0 9210503500

Unknown. 2005. DF Interview: George Perez. Dynamic Forces.com (September 6): http://www.dynamicforces.com/htmlfiles/interviews.html?showinterview=IN0 9060565741

Unknown. 2005. DF Interview: Jeph Loeb. Dynamic Forces.com (October 13): http://www.dynamicforces.com/htmlfiles/interviews.html?showinterview=IN10130554250

Unknown. 2005. DF Interview: Jimmy Palmiotti. Dynamic Forces (September 28): http://www.dynamicforces.com/htmlfiles/interviews.html?showinterview=IN0 9280508665

Unknown. 2005. DF Interview: Robert Kirkman. Dynamic Forces.com (September 14): http://www.dynamicforces.com/htmlfiles/interviews.html?showinterview=IN0 9140566244

Unknown. 2005. DF Interview: The Luna Brothers. Dynamic Forces (October 5): http://www.dynamicforces.com/htmlfiles/interviews.html?showinterview=IN10050574031

Unknown. 2005. Emergent Comic Strip Makers Kanyongo, Zuze Eye Success. The Herald (Harare) (October 18): http://allafrica.com/stories/200510180318.html

Unknown. 2005. Faces That Look Like His: A Chat with an African American Comic Book Historian [William Foster]. Scoop (February 11): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=3D7648&si=3D122 =

Unknown. 2005. First 'manga' exhibition held in Belgium. Press Trust of India (September 28). online at http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_1503526,00110004.htm

Unknown. 2005. First 'Prickly City' Collection Published. E and P Online (September 29)

Unknown. 2005. From the road photo report: Calgary, Alberta, Canada's Another Dimension [store]. Diamond Dialogue (September): 44-45

Unknown. 2005. From the road photo report: Fayetteville, GA's Yikes! Toys and Comics. Diamond Dialogue (December): 54

Unknown. 2005. From the road photo report: Salt Lake City, UT's Hastur Hobbies. Diamond Dialogue (November): 54

Unknown. 2005. Gallery told to drop 'gay' Batman: DC Comics order a New York gallery to remove pictures which show Batman and Robin kissing and embracing. BBC News (August 19). online at http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/em/fr/-/2/hi/entertainment/4167032.stm

Unknown. 2005. Graphic novelist Eric Shanower to give lecture on history of Troy Wednesday. University of Cincinatti News Record (November 14): http://www.newsrecord.org/media/paper693/news/2005/11/14/ArtsEntertainment/Graphic.Novelist.Eric.Shanower.To.Give.Lecture.On.History.Of.Troy.Wednesday-1055614.shtml

Unknown. 2005. 'Hard Hats' Comic Launched [by Terry Cassell and Raoul Pascal]. E and P Online (May 10)

Unknown. 2005. In praise of... Austin [obituary]. The Guardian (November 21). Online at http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/news/story/0,11711,1647084,00.html

Unknown. 2005. Inside With: Neil Swaab, Creator of Rehabilitating Mr. Wiggles. The Apiary (October 11): http://www.theapiary.org/archives/2005/10/inside_with_nei.html

Unknown. 2005. International Acclaim: Osamu Tezuka (1928-1989) Manga Artist. Asia-Pacific Perspectives: Japan+ (December): 25

Unknown. 2005. Internet competition, lack of interest closes the book on comic book store [in Virginia]. WDBJ (August 15). online at http://www.wdbj7.com/Global/story.asp?S=3725868&nav=S6aKdMya

Unknown. 2005. It's Miller Time for a Few Editorial Cartoonists. Editor and Publisher Online (October 18)

Unknown. 2005. James N. Aparo, DC Comics Illustrator [obiturary]. Washington Post (July 28): B7

Unknown. 2005. Journalist Stanley Jennings, 84; Cartoonist and Writer Designed the National Press Club's Seal. Washington Post (September 8): B6

Unknown. 2005. Julia Roberts, Oprah, John Cleese team up for animated flick [Charlotte's Web]. AFP (January 19)

Unknown. 2005. Kittie masters: Garfield goes to school. Diamond Dialogue (January): 48-49

Unknown. 2005. Kodansha pulls comics from shelves over image theft [manga plagiarism]. Mainichi Daily News (October 19). online at http://mdn.mainichi-msn.co.jp/national/news/20051019p2a00m0na013000c.html

Unknown. 2005. Late cartoonist an inspiration to young artist [Bill Mauldin]. Macon Telegraph (October 7): http://www.macon.com/mld/macon/12838565.htm

Unknown. 2005. Legend of lines passes away at 75 [O V Vijayan, Indian cartoonist obituary]. Indian Express News Service (March 31). online at http://www.indianexpress.com/full_story.php?content_id=3D67486

Unknown. 2005. Lobel sues over Fuzzy drunk charge. Boston Herald (May 20). online at http://thetrack.bostonherald.com/moreTrack/view.bg?articleid=83944

Unknown. 2005. Local couple publishes 1st comic book [Dragon Firefly Island]. Florence Reminder (October 13). Online at http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=15382957&BRD=1817&PAG=461&dept_id=222076&rfi=6

Unknown. 2005. 'Lola' Comic Moves to United Today. E and P Online (May 9)

Unknown. 2005. Lone Ranger cartoonist Gill dies at 92. Reuters (October 18)

Unknown. 2005. Look … Up in the Museum: UVSC's new exhibit takes comic books seriously as an art form [Will Eisner; Utah Valley State College's Woodbury Art Museum; The Art of Comics]. Salt Lake City Weekly (October 13). Online at http://www.slweekly.com/editorial/2005/ae_1_2005-10-13.cfm

Unknown. 2005. 'Love Is...' Comic Turning 35. Editor and Publisher Online (February 10)

Unknown. 2005. Manga cafes' new services changing geek image. The Yomiuri Shimbun (November 22). Online at http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/national/20051122TDY04003.htm

Unknown. 2005. Marge is one animated lady [Simpsons]. Washington Post TV Week (May 1): 6

Unknown. 2005. Marvel Ordered to Pay Spider-Man Creator [Stan Lee]. Reuters (January 19)

Unknown. 2005. Marvel Settles Suit with Spider-Man Creator [Stan Lee]. Reuters (April 28)

Unknown. 2005. Marvel to make own films based on comics. Associated Press (April 30)

Unknown. 2005. Montana political cartoonist to be featured in Cut Bank Pioneer Press [John Watson]. Golden Triangle News (August 24). online at http://www.goldentrianglenews.com/articles/2005/08/24/cut_bank_pioneer_p ress/news/news6.txt

Unknown. 2005. Moscow Goes in for Comics [4th Moscow comic strip festival ComMission 2005]. RIA Novosti (May 19). online at http://en.rian.ru/culture/20050519/40384097.html

Unknown. 2005. Museum to Honor 40-Year-Old 'Wee Pals'. Editor and Publisher Online (February 11)

Unknown. 2005. N.Y. Museum Spotlighting Cartoons by Women. E and P Online (May 10)

Unknown. 2005. Nautical nonsense [editorial on SpongeBob SquarePants homosexuality]. New York Times (January 22)

Unknown. 2005. New Yorker artist's characters haunt 'cookbook' cartoons [Charles Addams]. Wichita Eagle (October 12). Online at http://www.kansas.com/mld/eagle/living/food/12876267.htm

Unknown. 2005. Our cartoonist honoured [Australian Sean Leahy]. Courier-Mail (August 29). online at http://www.thecouriermail.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,5936,16419216% 255E953,00.html

Unknown. 2005. Poet, cartoonist, artist Marge Salin dies at 83. Point Reyes Light (November 17). Online at http://www.ptreyeslight.com/stories/nov17_05/salin_obit.html

Unknown. 2005. R. Crumb Back With a Vengeance; 'Handbook' a Bookstore Smash. ICV2.com (May 24): http://www.icv2.com/articles/home/6928.html

Unknown. 2005. 'Rose' to Rise in Bookstores [Rose is Rose: Running on Alter Ego]. E and P Online (May 5)

Unknown. 2005. Shusters honour Canadian comic book creators. Metro Toronto (May 2). online at http://www.metronews.ca/books_review.asp?id=7986

Unknown. 2005. Space For Comic Museum Approved At Camden Yards: Officials Hope To Open Museum In Almost One Year. WBAL (June 2). online at http://www.thewbalchannel.com/entertainment/4560947/detail.html?rss=bal&psp=news

Unknown. 2005. Spider­Man comic swings cross cultures into Bombay. Reuters (May 2)

Unknown. 2005. Spider-Man creator Stan Lee reaches settlement with Marvel Enterprises. Associated Press (April 28)

Unknown. 2005. Star Collector Brian Block: Hooked from the beginning. Diamond Dialogue (May): 44-45

Unknown. 2005. Star Collector: Hari Nadu - One of a Kind: Collecting Original Art. Diamond Dialogue (September): 44-45

Unknown. 2005. Star Wars Artist Series: Brian Ching. Star Wars.com (February 23): http://www.starwars.com/eu/explore/profile/f20050223/index.html

Unknown. 2005. Star Wars Artist Series: Doug Wheatley [Canadian]. Star Wars.com (March 23): http://www.starwars.com/eu/explore/profile/f20050323/index.html

Unknown. 2005. Star Wars Artist Series: Matt Busch. Star Wars.com (July 28): http://www.starwars.com/eu/explore/profile/f20050728/index.html

Unknown. 2005. Stripping Gaza of Its Myths: Three media distortions of Israel's historic 'disengagement' from Gaza [political cartooning]. Honestreporting.com (August 31): http://honestreporting.com/articles/45884734/critiques/Stripping_Gaza_of _Its_Myths.asp

Unknown. 2005. Superheroes may land in Australia [Wonder Woman movie]. Herald-Sun (May 12). online at http://www.heraldsun.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,5478,15259891%25255E2902,00.html

Unknown. 2005. Syria establishes centre for Press freedom [Ali Farzat]. Al Jazeera (May 12). online at http://www.aljazeera.com/me.asp?service_ID=8299

Unknown. 2005. The Hot Seat - Harvey Pekar [interview]. New York Post (October 16): 78

Unknown. 2005. The Hot Seat - Harvey Pekar. New York Post (October 16)

Unknown. 2005. The Must List: Lulu Eightball [by Emily Flake]. Entertainment Weekly (August 26): 39

Unknown. 2005. Tulsa World cartoonist dismissed over plagiarism allegations [editorial cartoonist David Simpson]. Associated Press (November 11)

Unknown. 2005. Two Promoted at Andrews McMeel Publishing. Editor and Publisher Online (February 8)

Unknown. 2005. Two stories of unusual mirth from Europe's heart of darkness [War's End: Profiles from Bosnia 1995-96 by Joe Sacco; cartoon journalism]. The Book Standard (April 14): http://www.thebookstandard.com/bookstandard/reviews/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1000882969

Unknown. 2005. Universal Turns 35 Tomorrow. Editor and Publisher Online (February 9)

Unknown. 2005. Voice of Tony the Tiger dies: Thurl Ravenscroft dead at 91 [animation]. Associated Press (May 24). online at http://www.cnn.com/2005/SHOWBIZ/TV/05/24/ravenscroft.ap/index.html?section=cnn_latest

Unknown. 2005. Writing the Book on Paul Gulacy [Michael Kronenberg interview]. Scoop (September 23): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=9807&si=124

Unknown. 2005.Ben Sargent Doing Spanish­Language Cartoons.E and P Online (April 20)

Unknown. 2005.Cartoonists Comment on New Pope ­­ and Some Aren't Happy.E and P Online (April 20)

Unknown. 2005.CrossGen Sets Reorganization Plan; Nearly $10 Million Under Water.ICV2.com (April 12): http://www.icv2.com/articles/home/6701.html

Unknown. 2005.Exclusive with Diamond: Distributor agreements give Diamond exclusivevendor rights.Comics and Games Retailer (155; February): 11

Unknown. 2005.Massive Book­Signing for Comic Creators.E and P Online (April 13)

Unknown. 2005.New Design for Cartoonist's Site [Dan Rosandich].E and P Online (April 20)

Unknown. 2005.Nolte joins comic strip film cast [[Dreamworks' animation film Over the Hedge].BBC NEWS (April 19).online at http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/?/1/hi/entertainment/film/4459969.stm

Unknown. 2005.Obituaries: Wesley Hazelton Sr. June 3, 1919­April 6, 2005 [HannaBarbera animator].San Diego Union­Tribune (April ?).online at http://legacy.com/signonsandiego/LegacySubPage2.asp?Page=LifeStory&PersonId=3395773

Unknown. 2005.'Wally's Pond' Cartoonist Signed [Shaun Kettunen].E and P Online (April 13)

Unknown. 2006. [Canadian] Thoughts on Danish Cartoon Controversy [Danish Islam cartoons]. Sequential blog (February 10): http://spiltink.dreamhost.com/blogs/2006/02/canadian-editorial-cartoonists-respond.html

Unknown. 2006. ‘South Park’ gets away with grossness: Creators say recent shows couldn’t have been aired back in 1997. Associated Press (March 6). online at http://msnbc.msn.com/id/11686493/

Unknown. 2006. A Treat Worthy of Cinderella [Disney merchandising editorial]. New York Times (October 18)

Unknown. 2006. Aaron Lopresti: Collecting and Creating. Scoop (March 24): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=11587andsi=124

Unknown. 2006. ACME Comics [Jesse Leon McCann] Souix City Journal (October 6). online at http://www.siouxcityjournal.com/articles/2006/10/06/entertainment/local/0d0638c2377bab73862571fe006f0d52.txt

Unknown. 2006. Adrian Tomine vs. Wong Kar-Wai? Blank Screen (September 7): http://blankscreenmedia.blogspot.com/2006/09/adrian-tomine-to-write-for-wong-kar-wai.html

Unknown. 2006. AEL launched freedom of Speech Campaign [Danish Islam cartoons]. Arabeuropean.org (February 8): http://www.arabeuropean.org/newsdetail.php?ID=98

Unknown. 2006. Afghanistan flays Danish publication about Muslim prophet [Danish Islam cartoons]. Chinaview.com (February 2): http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2006-02/02/content_4130255.htm

Unknown. 2006. Algerian editors arrested over cartoon [Danish Islam cartoons]. TVNZ (February 13): http://tvnz.co.nz/view/page/411749/659793 Breakenridge Dave and Bill Laye. 2006. Cops called in cartoon flap; Religious leader complains to police over publication of Muhammad caricatures [Danish Islam cartoons]. Calgary Sun (February 12): http://calsun.canoe.ca/News/Alberta/2006/02/12/1438134-sun.html Unknown. 2006. Gaddafi: Cartoon publishers spreading hate [Danish Islam cartoons]. Ireland Online (February 12): http://breakingnews.iol.ie/news/story.asp?j=172530868andp=y7z53y574

Unknown. 2006. American centre launches `Democracy Comic Book' to promote Civic Participation [by Batsayan in Nepal]. nepalnews.com (September 19): http://www.nepalnews.com/archive/2006/sep/sep19/news08.php

Unknown. 2006. Anjem Choudary fined for demo [Danish Islam cartoons]. Life Style Extra (July 4): http://www.lse.co.uk/ShowStory.asp?story=GE426798Yandnews_headline=anjem_choudary_fined_for_demo

Unknown. 2006. Another cartoon controversy angers Iran. IranMania.com (February 13): http://www.iranmania.com/News/ArticleView/Default.asp?NewsCode=40472andNewsKind=Current%20Affairs

Unknown. 2006. Appalachian's Visiting Writers Series begins Sept. 7 [James Sturm]. Appalachian State University News (August 21): http://www.news.appstate.edu/2006/08/21/writers-8/

Unknown. 2006. Around Indiana-Van Buren: First of 5 Garfield statues unveiled outside library. Louisville, KY Courier-Journal (August 13). online at http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060813/NEWS02/608130420

Unknown. 2006. BBC to show controversial cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. Daily Mail (February 2): http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=375955andin_page_id=1770

Unknown. 2006. Belarus Paper Faces Trial Over Prophet Muhammad Cartoons. MosNews (February 22): http://www.mosnews.com/news/2006/02/22/belapaper.shtml

Unknown. 2006. Beyond Superman: Remember comic books? In recent years, illustrators and writers have used the form to create serious literature. Mark Siegel '89 and his wife, author Siena Cherson Siegel '90, are among the passionate few leading the charge. Brown Alumni Magazine (September / October). online at http://www.brownalumnimagazine.com/storydetail.cfm?ID=3196

Unknown. 2006. Black Ministers Preach Against 'Evil' New Mosque: Coalition To Distribute Comic Strip Booklet About 'Islamic Fascism' [Jack Chick; religion]. WPLG's Local10.com (September 19): http://www.local10.com/news/9883283/detail.html

Unknown. 2006. Boarding the Battlestar: Greg Pak on Galactica. Scoop (August 25): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13030&si=124

Unknown. 2006. Bonzo for Bronze Age [collector Bruce Coller]. Scoop (January 6): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=10835&si=124

Unknown. 2006. Bound & Flogged [Alan Moore talks about why he cast fairytale legends in an X-rated graphic novel]. Dazed and Confused (141)

Unknown. 2006. British Channel Bans Smoking Cartoons [in Tom and Jerry]. Associated Press (August 22)

Unknown. 2006. Calling all super hero teachers! [education]. NEA Today (March): 53

Unknown. 2006. CAPE 2.5 to Benefit Lea Hernandez. Scoop (September 22): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13309&si=121

Unknown. 2006. Captain Confederacy Moves To The Web. Newsarama.com (January 17)

Unknown. 2006. Caricatures: Art Spiegelman exige pour la presse 'le droit d'insulter'. AFP (February 11): http://actu.voila.fr/Article/mmd--francais--journal_internet--med/060211193211.58c86j4k.html

Unknown. 2006. Cartoon and caricature – Swann Foundation announces 2006-07 fellows. Library of Congress Information Bulletin (October): 232

Unknown. 2006. Cartoon controversy to be debated by feature panel at CAJ conference in Halifax May 14 [Danish Islam cartoons]. CNW (May 5): http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/May2006/05/c3889.html

Unknown. 2006. Cartoon tribute to Pope John Paul. BBC News (October 16). online at http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/6054808.stm

Unknown. 2006. Cartoonist-author to visit library [Doug Marlette]. Charlotte News-Observer (October 16). Online at http://www.newsobserver.com/102/story/499175.html

Unknown. 2006. Cartoonists defend their right to provoke [Danish Islam cartoons]. AFP (February 5): http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20060205/lf_afp/europeislammedia_060205211924

Unknown. 2006. Cartoons and their context [Danish Islam cartoons]. Guardian (February 3): http://www.guardian.co.uk/leaders/story/0,,1700999,00.html

Unknown. 2006. Cartoons 'part of Zionist plot' [Danish Islam cartoons]. Guardian (February 7): http://www.guardian.co.uk/cartoonprotests/story/0,,1704174,00.html?gusrc=rss

Unknown. 2006. Cartoons protest man apologises; A British Muslim arrested after a protest over the publication of cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad has told a court he got carried away [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (June 11): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/uk_news/6121960.stm

Unknown. 2006. Change from within at Disney [Pixar]. New York Times (January 26)

Unknown. 2006. Chile In Brief: First Chilean Comic Anthology To Be Launched. Santiago Times (December 20). Online at http://www.tcgnews.com/santiagotimes/index.php?nav=story&story_id=12551&topic_id=15

Unknown. 2006. China draws the line at foreign cartoons [economic censorship of animation]. Associated Press (August 13)

Unknown. 2006. China paper suspends cartoonist for drawing Hu crying. Reuters (September 14): http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/articlenews.aspx?type=oddlyEnoughNews&storyID=2006-09-14T042923Z_01_HKG85712_RTRIDST_0_OUKOE-UK-CHINA-CARTOON.XML

Unknown. 2006. Chinese cartoonist promises more care after criticism of Hu drawing. Associated Press (September 14): http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2006/09/14/asia/AS_ODD_China_Hu_Cartoon.php

Unknown. 2006. Chris Ware at MCA Chicago. Art Daily (May 11): http://www.artdaily.com/section/news/index.asp?int_sec=2&int_new=15698

Unknown. 2006. Citigroup Initiates Marvel at 'Buy'. Associated Press (September 12). online at http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/ap/fn/4180572.html

Unknown. 2006. Clinton warns of rising anti-Islamic feeling [Danish Islam cartoons]. AFP (January 30): http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20060130/pl_afp/denmarkislamqatar_060130151546

Unknown. 2006. Comic Book Controversy [Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colon 9-11 report] KWWL (August 22). online at http://www.kwwl.com/Global/story.asp?S=5313230&nav=2Ifu

Unknown. 2006. Comic book maverick dies at 77 [Alex Toth]. United Press International (June 5)

Unknown. 2006. Comic Book On 9/11 Aimed At Young Readers; Graphic Novel Is Adaptation Of '9/11 Report'. KGTV (September 7). onine at http://www.10news.com/news/9807495/detail.html

Unknown. 2006. Comic book podcasts. The Oregonian (April 28). online at http://www.oregonlive.com/books/oregonian/index.ssf?/base/entertainment/1145930142254270.xml&coll=7

Unknown. 2006. Comic book to detail NW Missouri murder case. Associated Press (September 25). online at http://www.belleville.com/mld/belleville/news/state/15604907.htm

Unknown. 2006. Comic collection to go in display. Benton County Daily Record (October 20). online at http://nwanews.com/bcdr/News/41119/

Unknown. 2006. Comic Enthusiasts to Come Together at International Convention. Associated Press (July 19). online at http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?section=local&id=4381146

Unknown. 2006. Comic Exhibits at The Jewish Museum in New York City. Scoop (September 15): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13278&si=121

Unknown. 2006. Comics artist Alex Toth dies at 77. Associated Press (June 4)

Unknown. 2006. Comics Briefly - 9/11 Report: A Graphic Adaptation Hits Bestseller Lists; ACTOR Changes Name To The Hero Initiative; Moonstone Titles Available At WOWIO; Contemporary Women Cartoonists Featured At Adam Baumgold Gallery. PW Comics Week (September 5): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6368779.html?nid=2789

Unknown. 2006. Comics Briefly - Smith Announces Bone World Tour; NYC Hosts Buenaventura Press Book Signing; Thirty Years Of Fantagraphics Comes To NYC; First Second Creators Appear At Midtown Comics; Spike TV Honors Comics Creators; Online Manhwa In English and Korean; Light Novels from Seven Seas. PW Comics Week (September 19): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6373273.html?nid=2789

Unknown. 2006. Comics Briefly: Fellow Creators Assist Lea Hernandez After Fire; Frank Miller's Essay On Patriotism Posted At NPR; Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray Sign Exclusive Contract With DC; Creator Eric Shanower Goes Adventuring In Troy. PW Comics Week (September 12): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6370897.html?nid=2789

Unknown. 2006. Comics Briefly: NYCC Adds Additional Guests; Marvel and Guiding Light Team Up; VIZ Announces Titles For Fall Release; UVC To Launch In Spring; Random House Includes Graphic Novel Submissions In Scholarship Competition; DriveThruComics.com Launches. PW Comics Week (September 26): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6375150.html?nid=2789

Unknown. 2006. Comics Briefly: Tokyopop to produce Lament Of The Lamb; Sam & Max To Debut On Gametap; McFarlane And Lost Cast Member Debut Action Figures; Out From Boneville Debuts On Mac OS; Two New Titles For DramaQueen; DGN Productions Announces Free Blood Sword Preview; Abby Denson Launches East Coast Tour. PW Comics Week (October 17): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6381911.html?nid=2789

Unknown. 2006. Comics Briefly: Yuricon Announces Its 2007 Yurisai Event; Cold Cut Uses Flat-Rate Discount System; New Marvel Policy on Gay Characters. PW Comics Week (August 22): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6364498.html?nid=2789

Unknown. 2006. Comics Teach Professional Knowledge [in Korea]. Dong-A Ilbo (May 29). online at http://english.donga.com/srv/service.php3?bicode=040000&biid=2006052933318

Unknown. 2006. Comiket founder Yoshihiro Yonezawa dies at 53 [manga fan]. Mainichi Daily News (October 2). online at http://mdn.mainichi-msn.co.jp/national/news/20061002p2a00m0et007000c.html

Unknown. 2006. Court convicts Yemen Observer [Danish Islam cartoons]. Yemen Times (December 6): http://yementimes.com/article.shtml?i=1005andp=localanda=2

Unknown. 2006. Crist Kicks Muslim-Criticizing Pastor Off Committee; Pastor's Controversial Booklets Lead To Decision [Jack Chick]. WPLG's Local 10 (September 22): http://www.local10.com/news/9913722/detail.html

Unknown. 2006. Cross-ing Over with Oeming. Scoop (June 30): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=12562andsi=124

Unknown. 2006. Danes face growing Muslim storm: Denmark has advised citizens against travel to Saudi Arabia, amid growing anger across the Muslim world at Danish depictions of the Prophet Muhammad [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (January 31): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/middle_east/4664408.stm

Unknown. 2006. Danish Muslims slam Muhammad cartoon posting [Danish Islam cartoons]. Jerusalem Post (October 12): http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1159193426825andpagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

Unknown. 2006. Danish paper sues Muslims' lawyer in cartoons case [Danish Islam cartoons]. Pakistan Daily Times (May 3): http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2006%5C05%5C03%5Cstory_3-5-2006_pg7_50

Unknown. 2006. Danish PM didn't find cartoons offensive. Associated Press (September 29): http://www.smh.com.au/news/World/Danish-PM-didnt-find-cartoons-offensive/2006/09/29/1159337306545.html

Unknown. 2006. 'Death Note' cartoonist arrested for possessing knife [Takeshi Obata]. Mainichi Dainly News (September 7). online at http://mdn.mainichi-msn.co.jp/entertainment/news/20060907p2a00m0et013000c.html

Unknown. 2006. Denmark Queen's remarks on Islam 'mistranslated':Danish Emb. [Danish Islam cartoons]. Web India (February 14): http://news.webindia123.com/news/showdetails.asp?id=249443andcat=India

Unknown. 2006. Dept. Of Clashing Civilizations - Fiery Words, Cartoon Wars [Danish Islam cartoons]. Washington Post (February 162): B4. Online at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/02/11/AR2006021100844_pf.html

Unknown. 2006. Did you Know...? Brick Bradford. Scoop (August 25): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13084&si=126

Unknown. 2006. Died. Dave Cockrum, 63… Time (December 11)

Unknown. 2006. 'Doom Patrol' coming to the big screen. United Press International (July 20)

Unknown. 2006. DreamWorks Working With AOL to Create 'Flushed Away' Online Game. Associated Press (July 31). online at http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/060731/dreamworks_game.html?.v=1

Unknown. 2006. Editing the Barbarian: Scott Allie on Conan. Scoop (October 6): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13429&si=122

Unknown. 2006. Editorial - Drawing cartoons and drawing anger [Danish Islam religious cartoons]. Washington Examiner (February 6). online at http://www.dcexaminer.com/articles/2006/02/06/opinion/editorial/10edit06cartoons.txt

Unknown. 2006. Editorial - Here's why you won't see those cartoons in our paper [Danish Islam cartoons]. Rockford Register Star (February 12): http://www.rrstar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060212/OPINION03/102120009

Unknown. 2006. Editorial - Those Danish Cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. New York Times (February 7)

Unknown. 2006. 'Editorial in Cartoons' topic of Jan. 23 talk by French cartoonist [Plantu]. Library of Congress Gazette (January 20): 3

Unknown. 2006. Editorial: Drawing on free speech for all [Danish Islam cartoons; Cuban-born cartoonist Gustavo Rodriguez and Iranian-born cartoonist Nikahang Kowsar, Kevin 'Kal' Kallagher]. Baltimore Examiner (July 12)

Unknown. 2006. 'Enduring Outrage': Editorial Cartoons by Herblock on display. Library of Congress Information Bulletin (July-August): 177-181

Unknown. 2006. Ex-PM Thaksin now comic hero: Thaksin Shinawatra is portrayed as a benefactor of the poor in a new comic, but sales have been flat [Thailand]. AFP (October 21). online at http://www.theage.com.au/news/world/expm-thaksin-now-comic-hero/2006/10/20/1160851137744.html

Unknown. 2006. Firm offering 'manga' online in Asia. Japan Times (September 14). online at http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/nn20060914b3.html

Unknown. 2006. 'Flintstones' artist Ed Benedict dies. Associated Press (October 10). online at http://www.usatoday.com/life/people/2006-10-10-benedict-obit_x.htm

Unknown. 2006. French editor sacked over Muslim cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. Daily Mail (February 2): http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/worldnews.html?in_article_id=375908andin_page_id=1811andct=5

Unknown. 2006. Gazette includes Spider-Man comic books. Colorado Springs Gazette (August 20). online at http://www.gazette.com/display.php?id=1320701&secid=17

Unknown. 2006. Geppi's Entertainment Museum Opens. Scoop (August 25): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13097&si=121

Unknown. 2006. German cartoonist gets death threats [Danish Islam cartoons]. UPI (February 14): http://www.upi.com/InternationalIntelligence/view.php?StoryID=20060214-041811-5551r

Unknown. 2006. 'Get Fuzzy' gets a tryout. Gazette-Times (December 11)

Unknown. 2006. Get out there: Meet Joe Heller [editorial cartoonist]. Green Bay Press-Gazette (August 13). online at http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060813/GPG0101/608130650/1207/GPGnews

Unknown. 2006. Graphic Novel section [in public library]. Hingham Journal (September 7). online at http://www2.townonline.com/hingham/artsLifestyle/view.bg?articleid=570370&format=text

Unknown. 2006. Green Lantern Preliminary Art Discovered [Marty Nodell]. Scoop (August 18): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=12899&si=121

Unknown. 2006. Hats off to Homer Davenport Days. Appeal Tribune (August 2) online at http://www.eastvalleynews.com/appeal/article.cfm?i=7901

Unknown. 2006. Hitler cartoons ruffle feathers in Germany [Walter Moers]. Sapa-AFP (September 20): http://www.int.iol.co.za/index.php?click_id=3&art_id=qw1158770340360B265&set_id=

Unknown. 2006. HIV/Aids comic book for the deaf in SA [South Africa]. ANDnetwork .com (September 5): http://health.andnetwork.com/index?service=direct/0/Home/recent.fullStory&sp=l51385

Unknown. 2006. HK school apologises for Prophet cartoon [Danish Islam cartoons in Hong Kong]. Times of India (June 11): http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1637291.cms

Unknown. 2006. HK school apologises for Prophet cartoon [Danish Islam cartoons]. Times of India (June 11). Online at http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/1637291.cms

Unknown. 2006. In Memoriam: Dave Cockrum Scoop ( December 1): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13938&si=124

Unknown. 2006. In Memoriam: Dr. Jerry Bails. Scoop ( December 1): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13940&si=122

Unknown. 2006. In pictures: Cartoon outrage [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (February 1): http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_pictures/4671204.stm

Unknown. 2006. Indigo and Spiegelman [Danish Islam cartoons]. CBC Radio Show As It Happens (May 30): http://www.cbc.ca/radioshows/AS_IT_HAPPENS/20060530.shtml

Unknown. 2006. Indonesia cartoon editor charged: An Indonesian journalist faces trial over his decision to publish cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (July 21): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/asia-pacific/5202968.stm

Unknown. 2006. Interview with Roy Thomas. Age of Conan (September 8): http://community.ageofconan.com/wsp/conan/frontend.cgi?session=vfnhp6h0y3w5snmfakwznje0pugd40&func=publish.show&template=content&func_id=1327&sort=PRIORITY&table=CONTENT

Unknown. 2006. Iran Daily Holds Contest for Holocaust Cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. Reuters (February 7)

Unknown. 2006. Iran displays Holocaust cartoons: More than 200 Holocaust cartoons from around the world are on display at a museum in the Iranian capital, Tehran. BBC NEWS (August 15): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/middle_east/4795709.stm

Unknown. 2006. Iran: End anti-cartoon violence [Danish Islam cartoons]. CNN.com (February 20): http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/meast/02/20/cartoons.protests/index.html?section=cnn_latest

Unknown. 2006. Iran: Exhibition features Holocaust cartoons. Washington Times (August 16): A12

Unknown. 2006. Islamic superheroes take aim at Muslim youth. Reuters (October 9): http://asia.news.yahoo.com/061008/3/2r168.html

Unknown. 2006. Israel-Lebanon war inspires cartoonists. REUTERS (August 30)

Unknown. 2006. James Bond comic strip artist John McLusky has died aged 83. MI6's Bond News (September 8): http://www.mi6.co.uk/news/index.php?itemid=4069

Unknown. 2006. Japanese sexy manga art set to wow France. AFP (October 2): http://www.expatica.com/actual/article.asp?subchannel_id=102&story_id=33401

Unknown. 2006. Jerry Belson, 68, TV Writer Who Specialized in Comedy, Dies [Western, Gold Key comic book writer]. Associated Press (October 14)

Unknown. 2006. Jerry Seinfeld to buzz back ['Bee Movie'] Associated Press (December 18): http://entertainment.iafrica.com/news/525110.htm

Unknown. 2006. JORDAN: Editors given two-month jail sentences for publishing Prophet cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. CPJ (May 31): http://www.cpj.org/news/2006/mideast/jordan31may06na.html

Unknown. 2006. Kickback: Comics Noir by David Lloyd. Scoop (October 6): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13490&si=124

Unknown. 2006. King of comics [ Stephen King ]. Albany Times-Union (December 22): http://timesunion.com/AspStories/story.asp?storyID=547089andcategory=ARTSandnewsdate=12/22/2006

Unknown. 2006. Lee Says Comics Characters Tackle Bias. Associated Press (October 16)

Unknown. 2006. Lee Says Comics Characters Tackle Bias. Associated Press (October 16)

Unknown. 2006. Lillian Robinson obituary [women superheroes scholar]. News@Concordia (September 25): http://news.concordia.ca/notices/007590.shtml

Unknown. 2006. Local artist's T-shirts big hit with Auburn fans: AU loyal stock up for Saturday's big game with LSU [editorial cartoonist Mike Lester]. McClatchy-Tribune News Service (September 14).

Unknown. 2006. Malaysian daily sorry for publishing cartoon strip [Danish Islam cartoons]. Press Trust Of India (February 25): http://www.indianexpress.com/full_story.php?content_id=88524

Unknown. 2006. 'Mallard Fillmore' creator arrested for DUI. Indianapolis Star (December 11). Online at http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=200661211035

Unknown. 2006. Manga cafe operators face charges for letting schoolboy violate curfew. Mainichi Daily News (September 20). online at http://mdn.mainichi-msn.co.jp/entertainment/news/20060920p2a00m0et016000c.html

Unknown. 2006. Market Beat Comics June 2006 [sales data]. Comics and Games Retailer (175; October): 34-40

Unknown. 2006. Marvel Studios CEO leaving to start own firm [Avi Arad]. Associated Press (May 31)

Unknown. 2006. Mat brushes up on skills [African and English cartoonist Mat Pilbeam]. East Herts Herald (September 21)

Unknown. 2006. McGruff the Crime Dog [on computer crime]. Washington Examiner (September 13): 5

Unknown. 2006. Moscow museum to exhibit Mohammed cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. UPI (February 7)

Unknown. 2006. Moscow museum to exhibit Mohammed cartoons [Danish Islam]. United Press International (February 7)

Unknown. 2006. Mozambique publishes cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. News24.com (February 18): http://www.news24.com/News24/Africa/News/0,,2-11-1447_1884062,00.html

Unknown. 2006. Murphy is voice of Disney's Tinker Bell. Reuters (June 20)

Unknown. 2006. Muslim cartoon fury claims lives; At least five people have been killed in Afghanistan as protests against European cartoons mocking the Prophet Muhammad swept across the country [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (February 6): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/world/south_asia/4684652.stm

Unknown. 2006. Muslims to march in London to protest cartoon [Danish Islam cartoons]. Telegraph (February 3): http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2006/02/03/ucartoon.xmlandsSheet=/portal/2006/02/03/ixportaltop.html

Unknown. 2006. N.C. college paper publishes cartoon depicting Muhammad [Danish Islam cartoons]. Associated Press (February 15): http://www.wwaytv3.com/Global/story.asp?S=4487646andnav=menu70_2

Unknown. 2006. New Batwoman is a lesbian; Editor: 'We decided to give her a different point of view'. Associated Press (June 1). online at http://www.cnn.com/2006/SHOWBIZ/books/06/01/batwoman.uncloseted.ap/index.html

Unknown. 2006. New cartoon book details cancer battle United Press International (October 5). online at http://washingtontimes.com/upi/20061005-061728-6048r.htm

Unknown. 2006. New comic explores nation's roots [Vietnam educational]. Viet Nam News (August 17). online at http://english.vietnamnet.vn/lifestyle/2006/08/603083/

Unknown. 2006. News cartoonist chosen to get across hospital's cancer message [Mark O'Callaghan, in England]. HoldtheFrontPage (September 1): http://www.holdthefrontpage.co.uk/news/2006/09sep/060901car.shtml

Unknown. 2006. Norwegian Courage [Danish Islam cartoons editorial]. Daily News Record (October 5). online at http://www.rocktownweekly.com/opinion_details.php?AID=6641&sub=Editorial

Unknown. 2006. OIC Boycotts over Offensive Danish Cartoon [Danish Islam cartoons]. Zaman Olinen (January 2):

Unknown. 2006. Oklahoma joint toy and comics museums hold fete. Joplin Independent (October 4): http://www.joplinindependent.com/display_article.php/mariwinn1159987889

Unknown. 2006. One Year And Counting. PW Comics Week (September 26): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6375146.html?nid=2789

Unknown. 2006. Opinion - Nothing Funny About These Cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. The Nation (February 2): http://news.yahoo.com/s/thenation/20060202/cm_thenation/1555777;_ylt=A86.I1.BXuJDcFcBHwD9wxIF;_ylu=X3oDMTBjMHVqMTQ4BHNlYwN5bnN1YmNhdA--

Unknown. 2006. Paper reprints Holocaust cartoons: A Danish newspaper has printed cartoons about the Holocaust commissioned by Iran after cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad triggered violent protests. BBC News (September 8): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/europe/5327852.stm

Unknown. 2006. 'Paradise' comics author will be at Salt Lake library today [Terry Moore]. Deseret Morning News (September 8). online at http://deseretnews.com/dn/view/0,1249,645199579,00.html

Unknown. 2006. Pearls Before Swine makes debut on the comics page. Appleton Post-Crescent (December 31): http://www.postcrescent.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061231/APC04/612310492/1890/APClife

Unknown. 2006. Peter Kingston and Martin Sharp in Sydney [Australia exhibit]. Art Daily (September 15): http://www.artdaily.com/section/news/index.asp?int_sec=2&int_new=17412

Unknown. 2006. Peterson Automotive Museum Honoree Ed Roth - Cult Cartoonist and Kustom Hot Rod Legend: Ed Roth, The Original Rat Fink Exhibit Showcases Iconic ''Rat Fink'' Cartoons, Counterculture Art, and Custom Cars. Motor Trend (September 7). online at http://www.motortrend.com/features/auto_news/2006/112_news060907_ed_roth_hot_rod_legend/

Unknown. 2006. Pope Urges Respect for Symbols [Danish Islam cartoons]. New York Times (February 21)

Unknown. 2006. Popeye the Radio Man. Scoop (March 24): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=11632andsi=126

Unknown. 2006. Popular cartoonist Rin Inumaru jumps to her death from roof of building. Mainichi Daily News (September 11). online at http://mdn.mainichi-msn.co.jp/entertainment/news/20060911p2a00m0et018000c.html

Unknown. 2006. Profile: Matt Haley. Scoop (September 8): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13209&si=122

Unknown. 2006. Prophet-cartoon crisis cost dairy group 53.6m [Danish Islam cartoons]. Irish Examiner (December 14): http://www.irishexaminer.com/breaking/story.asp?j=4340670andp=434x685andn=4340762

Unknown. 2006. Publisher of cartoonist arrested for possession of knife will not withdraw his books [Ken Obata]. Mainichi Daily News (September 8). online at http://mdn.mainichi-msn.co.jp/entertainment/news/20060908p2a00m0et007000c.html

Unknown. 2006. QandA: The Muhammad cartoons row [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (February 6): http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_depth/4677976.stm

Unknown. 2006. Rankin draws up plans for comic book [mystery writer working at DC]. Evening News (August 18). online at http://news.scotsman.com/entertainment.cfm?id=1210972006

Unknown. 2006. Rare Pulps From McLaughlin Collection In Baltimore. Scoop (September 8): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13226&si=123

Unknown. 2006. RI condemns Danish caricatures of Prophet [Danish Islam cartoons]. Jakarta Post (February 2): http://www.thejakartapost.com/yesterdaydetail.asp?fileid=20060202.C02

Unknown. 2006. Ripples in Vermont from the world-shaking events of 9/11 [Rick Veitch]. Times Argus (September 10). online at http://www.timesargus.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060910/NEWS/609100353/1002

Unknown. 2006. Russ Cochran: Sharing the Excitement . Scoop (October 13): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13536&si=124

Unknown. 2006. Russian News Website Warned Over Publishing Mohammed Cartoons. MosNews (March 9): http://www.mosnews.com/news/2006/03/09/gazetaru.shtml

Unknown. 2006. Russian Newspaper Closes After Republishing Danish Mohammad Cartoons. MosNews (February 20): http://www.mosnews.com/news/2006/02/20/paperclosed.shtml

Unknown. 2006. SA editor threatened over cartoon; A South African editor has received threats after her paper reprinted one of the cartoons that have angered Muslim groups internationally [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (February 6): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/world/africa/4685040.stm

Unknown. 2006. SA Muslim leaders call for calm [Danish Islam cartoons]. IAfrica.com (February 7): http://iafrica.com/news/sa/883212.htm

Unknown. 2006. Safm and Independent Newspapers scoop Journalism Awards [Zapiro]. Media Online (August 30): http://www.themedia.co.za/article.aspx?articleid=282412&area=/media_news/ Unknown. 2006. 'Retail' comic strip is now in the P-I. Seattle Post-Intelligencer (August 7). online at http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/ae/280130_tf207.html

Unknown. 2006. Scholars in Qatar condemn cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. U.A.E's Khaleej Times Online (February 1): http://www.khaleejtimes.com/DisplayArticle.asp?xfile=data/middleeast/2006/February/middleeast_February24.xmlandsection=middleeastandcol=

Unknown. 2006. Seriously cool comics [Big Planet Comics store]. Washingtonian (December): 92

Unknown. 2006. Sky High Steamboy: Katsuhiro Otomo, the director of Akira, has unveiled a new hero in Steamboy. He talks to Starburst about this new Anime classic soon to be released on DVD! Starburst (April; 335): 36-41

Unknown. 2006. Snoopy as the World I Flying Ace [exhibit]. Artdaily.com (September 6): http://www.artdaily.com/section/news/index.asp?int_sec=2&int_new=17291

Unknown. 2006. Sony buys US rights to Iranian comic-book 'Persepolis' Middle East Times (May 24): http://www.metimes.com/articles/normal.php?StoryID=20060524-074354-1228r

Unknown. 2006. 'South Park' celebrates 10th season on Comedy Central with greatest-hits DVD. Associated Press (September 20): http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/20092006/2/entertainment-south-park-celebrates-10th-season-comedy-central-greatest-hits.html

Unknown. 2006. Spider-Man comes to Sunday Gazette. Taunton Daily Gazette (August 16). online at http://www.tauntongazette.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=17058416&BRD=1711&PAG=461&dept_id=24232&rfi=6

Unknown. 2006. Spiegelman squeaks out: Cult comic artist behind `Maus' brings his graphic tales to Eugene. Corvallis Gazette Times (February 23). Online at http://www.gazettetimes.com/articles/2006/02/24/entertainment/columnists/night_rider/tenpas.txt

Unknown. 2006. SRK, Rani and Ash in comic book ['Bollywood' Indian comic from Singapore]. IndiaFM News Bureau (March 1)

Unknown. 2006. Star Wars Artist Series: Dan Parsons. Star Wars.com (June 12): http://www.starwars.com/eu/explore/profile/f20060612/index.html

Unknown. 2006. 'Star Wars' creator readies 'Clone Wars' [animation]. Associated Press (October 5).

Unknown. 2006. Steve Geppi Acquires Bruce Hamilton Collection [of Disney]. Scoop (March 24): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=11663andsi=121

Unknown. 2006. Storyteller: Michael Avon Oeming. Scoop (October 20): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13576&si=124

Unknown. 2006. Student editors: Mainstream media wrong for not publishing Muhammad cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. Student Press Law Center (February 13): http://www.splc.org/newsflash.asp?id=1184andyear=

Unknown. 2006. Survey of new comics begins today. Oregonian (January 2). Online at http://www.oregonlive.com/living/oregonian/index.ssf?/base/living/113598 6907254110.xml&coll=7

Unknown. 2006. System Of A Down drummer getting comical on hiatus [online comic book store]. The Rock Radio (August 21): http://www.therockradio.com/2006/08/system-of-down-drummer-getting-comical.html

Unknown. 2006. The cartoon row goes on [Danish Islam cartoons]. Telegraph (February 1): http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?view=BLOGDETAILandgrid=P30andblog=newsdeskandxml=/news/2006/02/01/bleurope101.xml

Unknown. 2006. The Chelation Kid [Robert Tinnell interview, medicine, autism, webcomic]. Scoop (September 8): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13188&si=124

Unknown. 2006. The Chelation Kid [Robert Tinnell interview]. Scoop (September 8): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13188&si=124

Unknown. 2006. The freaks come out: A midnight movie makes a hilarious attack on obedience [stop-motion animation]. [Washington Post] Express (January 26): E11

Unknown. 2006. The Masters Series: Jules Feiffer. Art Daily (October 26): http://www.artdaily.com/section/news/index.asp?int_sec=2andint_new=17923

Unknown. 2006. The Prophet's honor [Danish Islam cartoons]. Jerusalem Post (February 5): http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1138622555872andpagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

Unknown. 2006. The Uses of Cartoons [Danish Islam editorial]. Washington Post (February 8): A18

Unknown. 2006. This Week's Topic: Danish Cartoon Controversy [Danish Islam cartoons]. Global Journalist Radio (February 9): http://www.globaljournalist.org/radio/2006/2006-02-09.html

Unknown. 2006. Thousands protest over Muhammad cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. CBC News (February 20): http://www.cbc.ca/toronto/story/to_cartoons20060220.html Unknown. 2006. Canada in Brief - No charges laid for printing cartoons of Mohammed [Danish Islam cartoons]. Toronto Globe and Mail (February 23): http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20060223.NATS23-3/TPStory/National

Unknown. 2006. Threats that must be countered [Danish Islam cartoons]. Guardian (February 6): http://www.guardian.co.uk/leaders/story/0,,1702932,00.html

Unknown. 2006. Tip of the day: comic book convention. St. Paul Pioneer Press (October 4). online at http://www.twincities.com/mld/twincities/15668338.htm

Unknown. 2006. Today's Editorial - Inflamed awakening [Danish Islam cartoons]. Washington Times (February 8)

Unknown. 2006. Told Not to Publish Muhammad Cartoons, Editors Resign [Danish Islam cartoons]. Reuters (February 9)

Unknown. 2006. Told Not to Publish Muhammad Cartoons, Editors Resign [Danish Islam cartoons]. Reuters (February 9)

Unknown. 2006. Tom & Jerry in trouble in for smoking scenes [in Britain]. Reuters (August 22)

Unknown. 2006. Tributes to former Welwyn Times cartoonist Peter [Boggon of Great Britain]. Welwyn and Hatfield Times (September 6). online at http://www.whtimes.co.uk/content/whtimes/news/story.aspx?brand=WHTOnline&category=News&tBrand=herts24&tCategory=newswhtnew&itemid=WEED05%20Sep%202006%2011%3A38%3A49%3A750

Unknown. 2006. Trondheim tops Angouleme Prizes. PW Comics Week (January 31): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6303281.htm

Unknown. 2006. Tulsa World hires Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist [Doug Marlette]. Associated Press (January 30?). Online at http://www.kten.com/Global/story.asp?S=4425155

Unknown. 2006. Turkish FM: European support for Danish caricatures 'unfortunate' [Danish Islam cartoons]. Hurriyet (February 3): http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/english/3878835.asp?gid=74

Unknown. 2006. Underground Zap Archives Coming to Heritage. Scoop (April 7): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=11757andsi=123

Unknown. 2006. Unicorn joins Teshkeel to fund comic publisher. Gulf News (September 28): http://archive.gulfnews.com/articles/06/09/28/10070755.html

Unknown. 2006. Up in smoke [Cartoonists Take Up Smoking exhibit]. USA Today (October): 12-13

Unknown. 2006. Up, Up and Away with Phil Hecht [Superman collector]. Scoop (August 4): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=12879&si=124

Unknown. 2006. US Profited From Mohammed Cartoons Scandal — Expert. Interfax (February 28): http://www.mosnews.com/interview/2006/02/28/cartoons.shtml

Unknown. 2006. Verma backs bounty for Danish cartoonist [Danish Islam cartoons]. Press Trust Of India (May 6): http://www.ibnlive.com/printpage.php?id=9600andsection_id=4

Unknown. 2006. Viet Nam cartoon makers mine history, folklore [animation]. Vietnam News Service (August 1). online at http://vietnamnews.vnagency.com.vn/showarticle.php?num=01FILM010806

Unknown. 2006. Virgin Comics all set to foray into India. agency faqs (August 21): http://www.agencyfaqs.com/news/stories/2006/08/21/15775.html

Unknown. 2006. Weta to move into comics with Red Star [Australian movie]. Dominion Post (May 12). online at http://www.stuff.co.nz/stuff/0,2106,3665088a1860,00.html

Unknown. 2006. What's there in a name? Tunde Soyinka: The artist behind TS, TBWA and WWNB [Nigeria, Africa cartoonist]. Vanguardngr.com (July 9): http://www.vanguardngr.com/articles/2002/features/arts/at209072006.html

Unknown. 2006. When Cultures Collide: Observers around the world tell TIME how they view the cartoons--and the controversy they've sparked [Danish Islam cartoons]. Time (February 5): http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1156614,00.html

Unknown. 2006. Why we will defend the right to offend [Danish Islam cartoons]. Daily Telegraph (February 3): http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main.jhtml?xml=/opinion/2006/02/03/dl0301.xmlandsSheet=/news/2006/02/03/ixnewstop.html

Unknown. 2006. Will Eisner Comics Industry Awards. Comics and Games Retailer (175; October): 46-47

Unknown. 2006. Wonder Women of History. Scoop (September 15): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=13237&si=121

Unknown. 2006. World of pain: The space between free speech and respect in the ultimate culture war [Danish Islam cartoons]. Boston Phoenix (February 10): http://thephoenix.com/article_ektid3588.aspx?terms=andsearchtype=0andfragment=False

Unknown. 2006. Writers issue cartoon row warning: Salman Rushdie is among a dozen writers to have put their names to a statement in a French weekly paper warning against Islamic ‘totalitarianism’ [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC NEWS (March 1): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/europe/4763520.stm

Unknown. 2006. Yemen editor jailed over cartoons [Danish Islam] BBC News (November 25): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/middle_east/6184776.stm

Unknown. 2006. YemenObserver editor fined over republishing Danish cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. Sana'a, NewsYemen (June 12): http://www.newsyemen.net/en/view_news.asp?sub_no=3_2006_12_06_6466

Unknown. 2007. ‘Islanders' cartoon aired by BBC; The cartoon capers of Friends and Heroes, a new animation series put together by an Isle of Man company, is to get an airing on national TV. BBC News (March 7): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/europe/isle_of_man/6426425.stm

Unknown. 2007. 107 Year-Old Political Cartoonist Celebrates Birthday [Boris Efimov, Russia]. Lubavitch.com (October 17): http://lubavitch.com/article/2020558/107-Year-Old-Political-Cartoonist-Celebrates-Birthday.html

Unknown. 2007. Artist Marshall Rogers Dies At Age 57. DC Comics Direct Channel (#824; March 27)

Unknown. 2007. Award-winning cartoonist shares experience at VCU [Doug Marlette]. Virginia Commonwealth University's Commonwealth Times (April 16). Online at http://media.www.commonwealthtimes.com/media/storage/paper634/news/2007/04/16/News/AwardWinning.Cartoonist.Shares.Experience.At.Vcu-2844411.shtml

Unknown. 2007. 'B.C.' cartoonist Johnny Hart dies. Associated Press (April 8). Online at http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/04/08/obit.hart.ap/index.html?eref=rss_topstories

Unknown. 2007. Bangladesh police break up Islamist protest [Danish Islam cartoons]. Reuters (September 28): http://in.reuters.com/article/southAsiaNews/idINIndia-29764420070928

Unknown. 2007. Barks Art Sets Bonhams' Record. Scoop (June 15): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=15547&si=123

Unknown. 2007. Behind the Scenes: Heroes. TV Guide (February 26): 18-19

Unknown. 2007. Behind the Scenes: Heroes. TV Guide (January 15): 18-19

Unknown. 2007. Bloody Marvel-ous plot twist; Superhero Captain America is killed off. [Bergen County, NJ] Record (March ?)

Unknown. 2007. Brain Selznick's Magical Mystery Tour: The Invention of Hugo Cabret Q and A. Borders Monthly (11; January 30 - February 29): 32

Unknown. 2007. British Muslim convicted over Danish cartoon protest [Danish Islam cartoons]. AFP (March 7): http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20070307/wl_uk_afp/europeislammedia_070307155213

Unknown. 2007. British Muslim regrets outburst at cartoon demo [Danish Islam cartoons]. Reuters (January 3): http://in.news.yahoo.com/070103/137/6asma.html

Unknown. 2007. Canadian animation legend Ryan Larkin dead at 63. AFP (February 17): http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20070217/wl_canada_afp/afpentertainmentcanada_070217230355

Unknown. 2007. Cartoon demo 'encouraged terror'; The real purpose of a protest against cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed was to encourage terrorism, a court has heard [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (February 27): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/uk_news/6400967.stm

Unknown. 2007. Cartoon on Iran, Mexican prize share Cannes jury prize [Persepolis]. AFP (May 27): http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20070527/ennew_afp/entertainmentfilm_070527182317

Unknown. 2007. Cartoon protester 'urged murder': A British Muslim called for American and Danish people to be murdered, at a protest against cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad, a court has heard [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (January 2): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/uk_news/6225331.stm

Unknown. 2007. Cartoon protesters' jail term cut; Three men jailed for their part in protests against cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad have won an appeal to reduce their sentences [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (October 30): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/uk_news/england/london/7070191.stm

Unknown. 2007. Cartoon protests 'just slogans'; A British Muslim accused of calling for the murder of American and Danish people says chants he shouted against the two countries were 'just slogans' [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (January 3): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/uk_news/6227953.stm

Unknown. 2007. Cartoon row should not hit Indonesia trade-Denmark [Danish Islam cartoons]. Reuters (January 22): http://asia.news.yahoo.com/070122/3/2w5ty.html

Unknown. 2007. Cartoonist in El Nuevo Herald standoff gets 2 years probation [Jose Varela]. Associated Press (January 31). online at http://www.bradenton.com/mld/bradenton/news/breaking_news/16590566.htm

Unknown. 2007. Cartoonist to speak at benefit [Doug Marlette]. Tulsa World (March 24). Online at http://www.tulsaworld.com/news/article.aspx?articleID=070324_1_A11_cpCar13765&breadcrumb=education

Unknown. 2007. Classes for comics lovers at Dillsburg library. York Daily Record/Sunday News (October 15): http://www.ydr.com/ci_7183294

Unknown. 2007. Colorado to ring in New Year with Indian fables [animation by US-based Indian animator Manick Sorcar]. Sify.com (December 18): http://sify.com/news/fullstory.php?id=14577090

Unknown. 2007. Comic book hero Captain America dies. Associated Press (March 7)

Unknown. 2007. Cutting Shrek Down to Size [Editorial on cartoon character advertising]. New York Times (April 28)

Unknown. 2007. Danish exports to Muslim countries hit by cartoon crisis [Danish Islam cartoons]. Associated Press (March 2): http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/MediaNews/2007/03/02/3687110-ap.html

Unknown. 2007. Denmark says Muslims put cartoon row behind them [Danish Islam cartoons]. Reuters (January 25): http://www.boston.com/news/world/asia/articles/2007/01/25/denmark_says_muslims_put_cartoon_row_behind_them/

Unknown. 2007. 'Doonesbury' Creator, Troops Publish Book; Profits Go To Charity NBC30 (October 18): http://www.nbc30.com/news/14371929/detail.html

Unknown. 2007. Editor acquitted in French cartoons trial [Danish Islam cartoons]. AFP (March 22): http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20070322/wl_afp/franceislamdenmark_070322152320

Unknown. 2007. Egypt slams Prophet Mohammad cartoon in Sweden [Danish Islam cartoons]. KUNA (September 1): http://www.kuna.net.kw/Home/Story.aspx?Language=en&DSNO=1016268

Unknown. 2007. Flashback: Terry Moore on Strangers in Paradise. Scoop (October 12): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/public/default.asp?t=1&m=1&c=34&s=265&ai=61772

Unknown. 2007. 'Fox Trot,' a few other features are changing. Henderson, KY Gleaner (January 2). Online at http://www.courierpress.com/news/2007/jan/02/fox-trot-a-few-other-features-are-changing/

Unknown. 2007. France looks at a change of course [Danish Islam cartoons, Charlie Hebdo]. Sydney Morning Herald (February 17): http://www.smh.com.au/news/world/france-looks-at-a-change-of-course/2007/02/16/1171405446865.html

Unknown. 2007. French editor defends decision to reprint Muhammad cartoons. CBC News (February 7): http://www.cbc.ca/world/story/2007/02/07/french-magazine.html?ref=rss

Unknown. 2007. French Weekly on Trial Over Prophet Cartoons [Danish Islam]. Washington Post ( February 8): A16

Unknown. 2007. From the Road Photo Report: Paris, France's Album Comics [store]. Diamond Dialogue (July): 54

Unknown. 2007. Garry Trudeau: Doing 'Doonesbury' Still Difficult. Associated Press (October 26). Online at http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003663952&imw=Y

Unknown. 2007. Get creative! Help us celebrate our new comic strip [Pearls Before Swine]. Dallas Fort Worth Star-Telegram (January 1). Online at http://www.dfw.com/mld/dfw/living/16351123.htm?source=rssandchannel=dfw_living

Unknown. 2007. Gorey tale coming to screen for first time. Reuters / Hollywood Reporter (April 5). Online at http://movies.yahoo.com/mv/news/va/20070405/117577375500.html

Unknown. 2007. Harlots, rakes, Frenchmen, and worse - William Hogarth exhibition to open at Tate Britain. Associated Press WorldStream English (February 6). Online at http://www.hoovers.com/free/news/detail.xhtml?ArticleID=20070206140.5.1_ 701f0015ac820f5d

Unknown. 2007. Homer, sexual: Pagans vs. 'The Simpsons'. [Washington Post] Express (July 18): 2

Unknown. 2007. In a Flat World, a Rebel With a Cause ['Persepolis']. New York Times (December 25). http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/25/arts/25pers.html?ex=1356238800&en=6b733acafad8c3d3&ei=5124&partner=permalink&exprod=permalink

Unknown. 2007. In pictures: Shaun the Sheep [Aardman Animation]. BBC News (March): http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/shared/spl/hi/picture_gallery/07/entertainment_s haun_the_sheep/html/1.stm

Unknown. 2007. In pictures: Shaun the Sheep [Aardman Animation]. BBC News (March): http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/shared/spl/hi/picture_gallery/07/entertainment_shaun_the_sheep/html/1.stm

Unknown. 2007. Interview with Eric Powell. Dark Horse.com (December 18): http://www.darkhorse.com/news/interviews.php?id=1512

Unknown. 2007. Interview with Marjane Satrapi - Director/Author of Persepolis. Payvand's Iran News (December 26): http://www.payvand.com/news/07/dec/1254.html

Unknown. 2007. Interview: David X. Cohen; The `Futurama' co-creator talks about bringing the show back for 'Bender's Big Score'. Wizard Universe.com (November 25): http://www.wizarduniverse.com/magazine/wizard/006429385.cfm

Unknown. 2007. Iran blasts 'Islamophobic' Cannes prizewinner [Persepolis]. Middle East Times (May 28): http://www.metimes.com/storyview.php?StoryID=20070528-065153-7896r

Unknown. 2007. Iran Protests 'Persepolis' Screening. Associated Press (May 21): http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2007/05/21/ap3740990.html

Unknown. 2007. Iran to hold Int'l Cartoon Biennial. Press TV (October 15): http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=27229§ionid=351020105

Unknown. 2007. Iran to make animation ''Companions of Ashura''. IRNA (December 16): http://www2.irna.ir/en/news/view/menu-235/0712167250104300.htm

Unknown. 2007. Iran's International Cartoon Contest [US Attitude Toward Iran's Nuclear Program]. Al Alam (December 8): http://www.alalam.ir/english/en-NewsPage.asp?newsid=020030120071208231349

Unknown. 2007. Jordan condemns new Swedish Mohammed cartoon [Lars Vilks, Danish Islam cartoons]. AFP (September 3): http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20070903/wl_mideast_afp/jordanswedenislam_070903124623

Unknown. 2007. Jury out in cartoon protest trial: The jury in the trial of a British Muslim accused of calling for the murder of American and Danish people has retired to consider its verdict [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (January 4): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/uk_news/6231755.stm

Unknown. 2007. Korean animation wins recognition in Spain [Aachi & Ssipak] Kois (October 17): http://www.kois.go.kr/news/news/newsView.asp?serial_no=20071017028&part=106&SearchDay=

Unknown. 2007. LAist Interview: Tom Neely. LAist (October 11): http://laist.com/2007/10/11/laist_interview_50.php

Unknown. 2007. 'Lio' replaces 'FoxTrot' comic beginning in Tuesday's Gazette. Janesville Gazette (January 2). Online at http://www.gazetteextra.com/gxcomic010207.asp

Unknown. 2007. Many Election-Day Blog Posts and Cartoons for Marshall Ramsey. E&P Online (November 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003669612

Unknown. 2007. Marshall Rogers, Batman comic book artist, dies at 57. Associated Press (March 28): http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2007/03/28/state/n165251D53.DTLandhw=marshallandsn=003andsc=900

Unknown. 2007. Martin goes geeky over Gwyneth's comic book role [Iron Man movie]. Bang! Showbiz (March 16): http://www.stuff.co.nz/3994848a1870.html

Unknown. 2007. Muslims never saw Mohammed cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. Copenhagen Post (October 5): http://www.cphpost.dk/get/103789.html

Unknown. 2007. Nationally Syndicated Cartoonist and Artist Rob Harrell '91 Opens First Solo Show. DePauw University News (June 13): http://www.depauw.edu/news/index.asp?id=19601

Unknown. 2007. Natl university to set up anime graduate course. Yomiuri Shimbun (December 6): http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/features/culture/20071206TDY02301.htm

Unknown. 2007. Nelson Shin on Talk Asia [Korean animator]. CNN (October 18)

Unknown. 2007. Next guest comic features Rat, Pig [Pearls Before Swine]. Richmond Times-Dispatch (February 18). Online at http://www.timesdispatch.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=RTD%2FMGArticle%2FRTD_BasicArticleandc=MGArticleandcid=1149193207252andpath=!flairands=1045855936229

Unknown. 2007. No apology for Mohammed cartoon, Swedish newspaper says [Lars Vilks, Danish Islam cartoons]. AFP (September 1): http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5heqKgA-HGxpUyROBI5zkdQ_in2Vw

Unknown. 2007. Orange Order creates superhero; Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it's... well he doesn't have a name yet, but the Orange Order hopes to win a new generation of fans with their own superhero. BBC News (November 23): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/7110457.stm

Unknown. 2007. Paper cleared in Muhammad drawings case [Danish Islam cartoons]. Associated Press (March 22): http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070322/ap_on_re_eu/france_prophet_drawings_5

Unknown. 2007. 'Pearls' joins daily comics on Monday. Richmond Times-Dispatch (February 22). Online at http://www.timesdispatch.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=RTD%2FMGArticle%2FRTD_BasicArticleandc=MGArticleandcid=1149193319508andpath=!flairands=1045855936229

Unknown. 2007. Peter Kuper Resents Tampons, Young Cartoonists, George Bush. Nymag.com (July 20): http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2007/07/peter_kuper_resents_tampons_yo.html

Unknown. 2007. President appreciates filmmakers boycotting Denmark film festival [Danish Islam cartoons]. Islamic Republic News Agency (February 27): http://www2.irna.ir/en/news/view/menu-236/0702273216182058.htm

Unknown. 2007. Protester guilty of race hatred: A 31-year-old man has been found guilty of stirring up racial hatred during a demonstration against the publication of cartoons of the prophet Mohammed [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (January 2): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/uk_news/6321475.stm

Unknown. 2007. Quran becomes top selling book in Denmark [Danish Islam cartoons]. IranMania.com (January 30): http://www.iranmania.com/News/ArticleView/Default.asp?NewsCode=49318andNewsKind=Current%20Affairs

Unknown. 2007. Rat tale 'Ratatouille' leads animation field with 13 nominations. Canadian Press (December 3): http://canadianpress.google.com/article/ALeqM5gt_DfbhoDO8XCQb8Mkc9fL8-YA0Q

Unknown. 2007. Ratatouille sparks pet rat rage. ANI (October 28): http://in.news.yahoo.com/071028/139/6migy.html

Unknown. 2007. Sarkozy backs Charlie Hebdo [in Danish Islam cartoons court case]. MediaGuardian blog (February 7): http://www.guardian.co.uk/france/story/0,,2007775,00.html?gusrc=rssandfeed=12

Unknown. 2007. Sarkozy defends Muhammad cartoons; French interior minister and presidential candidate Nicolas Sarkozy has defended a weekly sued for printing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad [Danish Islam cartoons]. BBC News (February 7): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/europe/6339591.stm

Unknown. 2007. Stan Lee on Heroes! TV Guide (February 19)

Unknown. 2007. Star Collector - Chris Moore: Getting the Signature. Diamond Dialogue (July): 44-45

Unknown. 2007. Star collector – Full color fun with Dr. William Foster [scholar on blacks and minorities in comic books]. Diamond Dialogue (April): 44-45

Unknown. 2007. Star collector – Peter Dixon: A signature collection. Diamond Dialogue (May): 44-45

Unknown. 2007. Star Collector – Peter Lutrario: World’s Finest Collector [Superman, Batman]. Diamond Dialogue (June): 44-45

Unknown. 2007. Star Collector – Sean Linkenback: A Monster of a Collector. Diamond Dialogue (February): 60-61

Unknown. 2007. Stephen King's epic 'Dark Tower' becomes a comic book series; Left Field Hobbies chosen for first release. Pike County Courier (February 1): http://www.strausnews.com/articles/2007/02/02/pennsylvania/arts_and_entertainment/3.txt

Unknown. 2007. Swedish premier, Muslim ambassadors content with prophet cartoon talks [Lars Vilks, Danish Islam cartoons]. Associated Press (September 7): http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/09/07/europe/EU-GEN-Sweden-Prophet-Drawings.php

Unknown. 2007. Teen's King painting to be unveiled today [the son of editorial cartoonist Chip Bok]. Akron Beacon Journal (May 3). Online at http://www.ohio.com/mld/ohio/living/community/17171780.htm

Unknown. 2007. Thailand pulls Iranian cartoon from film festival [Persepolis]. Reuters (June 27): http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070627/en_nm/thailand_iran_film_dc_1

Unknown. 2007. The C-J's new strip? It's You picked 'Pearls'. Louisville Courier-Journal (February 26). Online at http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070226/FEATURES/702260371

Unknown. 2007. Top artist slams Harry Potter [Chris Riddle]. Champion (April 20?): http://www.champnews.com/html/newsstory.asp?id=5639

Unknown. 2007. Turkish Political Party Protests Caricature Of Prophet Mohammed In A Swedish Paper [Lars Vilks, Danish Islam cartoons]. Turkish Press (September 4): http://www.turkishpress.com/news.asp?id=192540

Unknown. 2007. TV dramatization of 'Barefoot Gen'. Yomiuri Shimbun (August 4). Online at http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/features/arts/20070804TDY21005.htm

Unknown. 2007. Victim wears Mohammad bomb cartoon to Madrid trial [Danish Islam cartoons]. Reuters (March 26): http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20070326/wl_nm/spain_bombing_cartoon_dc_1

Unknown. 2007. Vote Now for Lambda Legal's Cartoon Contest, ‘Life Without Fair Courts’! [gay cartoons]. Prism Comics (June 13): http://www.prismcomics.org/display.php?id=1426

Unknown. 2007. Wales mourns Echo cartoonist Grenfell Jones. Welsh Rugby Union (January 5): http://www.wru.co.uk/2_9405.php

Unknown. 2007. Winsor McCay 1903 Jungle Imps Art For Sale. Scoop (April 27): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/scoop_article.asp?ai=15134&si=123

Unknown. 2007. Woman cited for threatening Prophet Mohammed cartoonist [Lars Vilks, Danish Islam cartoons]. Eux.tv (September 5): http://www.eux.tv/article.aspx?articleId=13901

Unknown. 2008. `Lost' and `Y: The Last Man' Writer Brian K. Vaughan on Comics, Time Travel, and the Dharma Shark. Nymag.com (January 28): http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2008/01/lost_and_y_the_last_man_writer.html

Unknown. 2008. 10-12PM: David Chelsea speaks! Picture Poetry blog (April 5): http://picturepoetry.wordpress.com/2008/04/05/1050am-david-chelsea-speaks/

Unknown. 2008. 13 Calgary kids suspended in attack possibly inspired by cartoon [South Park] Canadian Press (November 21): http://www.thespec.com/News/article/470441

Unknown. 2008. 5 Web Comics That Will Make You Ditch Your Newspaper; Don't suffer through one more installment of 'Ziggy' or 'Marmaduke'! Hilarity is just a click away with these online strips. PC World (January 4): http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/01/04/AR2008010400267.html

Unknown. 2008. A Leftist Childhood Stories, Wrongly Named Persepolis. Global Politician (March 4): http://globalpolitician.com/24213-leftist-ideology-theory

Unknown. 2008. Aaron Sorkin announces new 'West Wing' animated series at SorCon [satire]. Onion (August 21): 1, 8

Unknown. 2008. Africa's year in cartoons: 2008. BBC News (December 30): http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_pictures/7803389.stm

Unknown. 2008. After Seattle Tryout, Shrek the Musical to Bow on Broadway in Fall 2008. Broadway.com (January 17): http://www.broadway.com/gen/Buzz_Story.aspx?ci=559282

Unknown. 2008. An Interview with Marvel Illustrated Editor Ralph Macchio. Diamond Bookshelf (December): http://www.diamondbookshelf.com/public/default.asp?t=1&m=3&c=40&s=325&ai=77534

Unknown. 2008. Animated movie ''Dayo'' is official entry to Metro Manila Film Festival. abs-cbnNEWS.com (November 9): http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/entertainment/11/09/08/animated-movie-dayo-official-entry-metro-manila-film-festival

Unknown. 2008. Another new role for Lily... the stumpy star of a TUC cartoon [British animation]. Daily Mail (February 10). Online at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/showbiz/showbiznews.html?in_article_id=513341&in_page_id=1766&ito=1490

Unknown. 2008. Antioch library to honor comic book artist [Hal Foster]. Lake-Villa Review (December 26): http://www.pioneerlocal.com/lakevilla/news/1350240,an-comic-122608-s1.article

Unknown. 2008. Author Robert B. Parker Gives Shout-Out to 'Stone Soup'. E&P Online (November 5): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003887487

Unknown. 2008. Avatar: Getting to Know the Show's Supervising Director. BuddyTV.com (January 16): http://www.buddytv.com/articles/avatar-the-last-airbender/avatar-getting-to-know-the-sho-15714.aspx

Unknown. 2008. Award-winning Salt Lake Tribune political cartoonist Bagley to give presentation on intellectual freedom Nov. 7. Idaho State University's ISU Headlines (October 21): http://www2.isu.edu/headlines/?p=1494

Unknown. 2008. Bards of a feather flock together [Zapiro]. Times of South Africa (December 13): http://www.thetimes.co.za/Entertainment/CelebZone/Article.aspx?id=904673

Unknown. 2008. Basil Wolverton Artwork Featuring Bob Hope Sold. Scoop (January 11): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/public/default.asp?t=1&m=1&c=34&s=262&ai=65421

Unknown. 2008. Biff! Blam! Socko! Ka-Pow! Comic-Book heroes invade Hollywood! Playboy (June)

Unknown. 2008. Boris Stepantsev, Big Heart of Russian Animation [obituary] Russia-IC.com (January 17): http://www.russia-ic.com/culture_art/theatre/662/

Unknown. 2008. Boris Yefimov, 108; political cartoonist [obituary, Russia]. Washington Post (October 2): B7. Online at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/10/01/AR2008100103203.html

Unknown. 2008. Burned lower half of Mort’s face revealed in ‘Bazooka Joe’ stunner. Onion (October 30): 4 Online at http://www.theonion.com/content/news/burned_lower_half_of_morts_face

Unknown. 2008. Burning questions: Chris Yost. Previews (August): 10

Unknown. 2008. Captain Action: Collection passion as a renewable resource. Diamond Dialogue (July): 44-45

Unknown. 2008. Cartooning for Peace draws a line against intolerance. 3News (November 12): http://www.3news.co.nz/News/EntertainmentNews/Cartooning-for-Peace-draws-a-line-against-intolerance/tabid/418/articleID/79664/cat/55/Default.aspx

Unknown. 2008. Cartoonist Alison Bechdel Concludes Women's Week with Wednesday Lecture. Depauw University (September 21): http://www.depauw.edu/news/index.asp?id=22165

Unknown. 2008. Cartoonist Horsey apologizes. Marin Independent Journal (March 29). Online at http://www.marinij.com/opinion/ci_8738258

Unknown. 2008. Cartoonist Musa Gümüs, wins European contest; Turkish cartoonist Musa Gümüs, has won first prize in this year's European Cartoon Contest in Portugal, the organizers of the event announced on Monday. Today's Zaman (December 24): http://www.todayszaman.com/tz-web/detaylar.do?load=detay&link=162088&bolum=110

Unknown. 2008. Cartoonists look forward to Key era [New Zealand]. ONE News (November 10): http://tvnz.co.nz/view/page/536641/2299438

Unknown. 2008. Cinematographer turns animation filmmaker. Times of India (August 20): http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/India_Buzz/Cinematographer_turns_animation_filmmaker/articleshow/3381327.cms

Unknown. 2008. Climate change cartoons displayed; A series of cartoons, with the theme of climate change, have gone on display in Ellesmere, Shropshire. BBC News (January 8): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/uk_news/england/shropshire/7177595.stm

Unknown. 2008. Comic book artist dies [Jim Mooney]. WPTV (April 2). Online at http://www.wptv.com/news/local/story.aspx?content_id=4641234f-b2e4-4959-8146-108caf94f2a8

Unknown. 2008. Comic book author drops in to meet fans [Paul Grist]. Sheffield Star (January 29). Online at http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/Comic-book-author-drops-in.3718224.jp

Unknown. 2008. Comics workshop planned today. Elmira Star Gazette (April 2). Online at http://www.stargazettenews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080402/UPDATE/304020019

Unknown. 2008. Comix Experience’s best-sellers. Entertainment Weekly (March 21): 65

Unknown. 2008. Daily Press no longer inserting color comics. Craig Daily Press (December 1): http://www.craigdailypress.com/news/2008/dec/01/daily_press_no_longer_inserting_color_comics/

Unknown. 2008. 'Dinette Set' cartoonist will sign books. Peoria Journal Star (November 27): http://www.pjstar.com/entertainment/x1514658881/Dinette-Set-cartoonist-will-sign-books

Unknown. 2008. Dream of becoming a cartoonist? [class by instructor Robert Armstrong]. Vacaville CA Reporter (April 2). Online at http://www.thereporter.com/ci_8781195?source=most_emailed

Unknown. 2008. Dream Works Animation' Madagascar Opening Grosses US2.81 Mln In Russia. RTTNews (November 1): http://www.rttnews.com/ArticleView.aspx?Id=761592&SMap=1

Unknown. 2008. Dreamworks' 'Shrek The Musical' to debut in Seattle. bizjournals (January 17): http://www.bizjournals.com/losangeles/stories/2008/01/14/daily41.html

Unknown. 2008. Editorial cartooning: Bexley graduate national honoree [Nate Beeler, Berryman Award]. Columbus Dispatch ( November 21). Online at http://www.columbusdispatch.com/live/content/life/stories/2008/11/21/2_NATE_BEELER.ART_ART_11-21-08_D3_TKBV0HA.html?sid=101

Unknown. 2008. Editorial: Comic Books in the Classroom New York Times (January 3). Online at http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/03/opinion/03thu4.html?ex=1357102800&en=8eda1e28b28bf0b7&ei=5124&partner=permalink&exprod=permalink

Unknown. 2008. Entertainment Weekly Invades Comic-Con [San Diego]. Entertainment Weekly (August 15): 51

Unknown. 2008. Ep. 53: Chasing Amy - An Interview with Madame Xanadu Artist, Amy Reeder Hadley. Sidebar Nation podcast (June 14): http://www.sidebarnation.com/my_weblog/2008/06/chasing-amy---a.html

Unknown. 2008. Episode 61: Chuck Dixon Interview. Comixology's It Came Out on Wednesday podcast (September 22): http://www.comixology.com/podcasts/63/Chuck-Dixon-Interview

Unknown. 2008. Exclusive interview: Stephen King talks about ''N.'' http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&VideoID=42543432

Unknown. 2008. Exploring the Star Wars Universe: An Interview with Randy Stradley. Diamond Bookshelf.com (January 2): http://www.diamondbookshelf.com/public/default.asp?t=1&m=3&c=40&s=325&ai=78614

Unknown. 2008. Fourth batch of national animation industry bases settle in Beijing, Xiamen and Shenyang [China]. People's Daily Online (December 10): http://english.people.com.cn/90001/90776/90882/6550723.html

Unknown. 2008. French cartoonist finds joy, inspiration in Taiwan [Golo]. Taipei Times (Feburary 14): 4. Online at http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2008/02/14/2003401194

Unknown. 2008. Frisco Speaker Series presents Hector Cantu. Summit Daily News (January 15): http://www.summitdaily.com/article/20080115/NOTES/593200330/-1/rss07

Unknown. 2008. Get on Anime Alert at Hataw Hanap Hero: The Amped Edition [Hero TV, Filipino-dubbed anime cable channel. abs-cbnNEWS.com (November 19): http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/lifestyle/11/19/08/get-anime-alert-hataw-hanap-hero-amped-edition

Unknown. 2008. Graphic novel exhibit slated [Dash Shaw]. Herald Sun (September 14): http://heraldsun.southernheadlines.com/durham/4-988963.cfm

Unknown. 2008. Imax signs 'Madagascar' deal with DreamWorks. Associated Press (May 12): http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/080512/imax_dreamworks.html?.v=1

Unknown. 2008. In brief: Coens' caper to open Venice [Joann Sfar directs movie, Serge Gainsbourg: Vie Heroique]. Guardian (April 29): http://film.guardian.co.uk/news/story/0,,2276826,00.html

Unknown. 2008. In Memoriam: Rory Root (1958-2008) [comic book store owner]. Diamond Dialogue (June): 54

Unknown. 2008. Indianapolis Super Heroes Museum closes. Associated Press January 8): http://www.wthr.com/global/story.asp?s=7592960

Unknown. 2008. Infantile Capitalism: At the centre of Takashi Murakami’s new exhibition is a shop. Even Andy Warhol never went that far. Economist (April 19): 104

Unknown. 2008. Infantile capitalism: At the centre of Takashi Murakami's new exhibition is a shop. Even Andy Warhol never went that far. The Economist (April 17). Online at http://www.economist.com/books/displaystory.cfm?story_id=11043877

Unknown. 2008. International Gaza Cartoon Contest by Iran's Cartoon House. Payvand News (December 29): http://www.payvand.com/news/08/dec/1307.html

Unknown. 2008. Iran's Cartoon House to launch ''Gaza and Resistance'' website. Tehran Times (December 30): http://www.tehrantimes.com/index_View.asp?code=185958

Unknown. 2008. Lawmaker calls KPI on cartoon monitoring [of Japanese anime airing in Indonesia] Jakarta Post (January 19): http://www.thejakartapost.com/detailgeneral.asp?fileid=20080118194743&irec=6

Unknown. 2008. Lebanon bans prize-winning cartoon 'Persepolis'. AFP (March 26): http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5iBC60YlAMCSwhe2zrg4aHo8QYhfA

Unknown. 2008. Lebanon lifts ban on anti-Iran animation [Persepolis]. Press TV (March 28): http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=49261§ionid=351020203

Unknown. 2008. 'Lio' Cartoonist Mark Tatulli Interviewed on New Universal Blog. E&P Online (December 9): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003920738

Unknown. 2008. Local cartoonist enters comic strip in contest [Wes Molebash ''The Litterbox Chronicles,'' on the Web site zudacomics.com]. Chillicothe Gazette (March 9) http://www.chillicothegazette.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080309/NEWS01/803090318/1002/NEWS01

Unknown. 2008. Magic Restored: Under its new boss Disney has staged an impressive creative turnaround – and is making synergy work. Economist (April 19): 73-74

Unknown. 2008. Manga sniper gets a shot at television [Golgo 13 anime]. Yomiuri Shimbun (March 28): http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/features/arts/20080328TDY13004.htm

Unknown. 2008. Marjane Satrapi : '' La bande dessinee est un art a part entiere qui n'a besoin ni du cinema, ni de la litterature pour exister'' [interview]. ActuaBD.com (March 24): http://actuabd.com/spip.php?article6426

Unknown. 2008. Mark Millar, comic-book hero. First Post (January 7): http://www.thefirstpost.co.uk/index.php?storyID=11341

Unknown. 2008. Meet Bart's New Neighbors: Fox Hopes The Snarky 'Family Guy' Will Be The New 'Toon Titan On The Block. Newsweek (January 9): http://www.newsweek.com/id/88027?tid=relatedcl

Unknown. 2008. Milestones: Will Elder [obituary]. Time (June 2)

Unknown. 2008. New cartoon series in ‘Wiener Zeitung’: Danish duo ‘Wulffmorgenthaler’ to feature daily on the new English page. Wiener Zeitung (January 4) Online at http://www.wienerzeitung.at/DesktopDefault.aspx?TabID=4082&Alias=wzo&cob=320542¤tpage=0

Unknown. 2008. New comic strip appears today [Retro Geek]. Olympian (January 7). Online at http://www.theolympian.com/living/story/319662.html

Unknown. 2008. Not just positive thinking: 15 reasons the market for vintage pop culture collectibles is so strong. Diamond Dialogue (June): 44-45

Unknown. 2008. 'Ollie and Quentin' replaces 'Lio' in Q-C Times comics. Quad-City Times (January 7): http://www.qctimes.com/articles/2008/01/07/news/local/doc4781bae355649077734628.txt

Unknown. 2008. Only 60 Years Old: A Frankfurt comics show highlights a brief history [Comics Made in Germany exhibit]. Atlantic Times (February). Online at http://www.atlantic-times.com/archive_detail.php?recordID=1172

Unknown. 2008. Oor Wullie cartoon fetches £1000 at auction. Edinburgh Evening News (January 18). Online at http://edinburghnews.scotsman.com/edinburgh/Oor-Wullie-cartoon-fetches-1000.3687798.jp

Unknown. 2008. Our Views: A `graphic' pick at LSU [The Complete Persepolis]. The Advocate Opinion (March 31). Online at http://www.2theadvocate.com/opinion/17146851.html

Unknown. 2008. Our Views: When comics raised anxiety [Hajdu’s Ten-Cent Plague: The Great Comic-Book Scare and How It Changed America]. Advocate Opinion (March 21): 8B Online at http://www.2theadvocate.com/opinion/16884171.html

Unknown. 2008. Panettiere and Long join ''Alpha'' family cartoon [Alpha and Omega]. Reuters (April 3): http://www.reuters.com/article/filmNews/idUSN0339778820080403

Unknown. 2008. 'Peanuts' animator Bill Melendez dies at 91. Associated Press (September 4): http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/sep/04/peanuts-animator-bill-melendez-dies-at-91-1/

Unknown. 2008. ''Persepolis'' is more harmful than ''300'': IRIB official. Tehran Times (February 14): http://www.tehrantimes.com/index_View.asp?code=163272

Unknown. 2008. Political Cartooning Exhibition Comes To Australia Museum [Behind the Lines: The Year's Best Cartoons 2008]. Huliq.com: http://www.huliq.com/13/75278/political-cartooning-exhibition-comes-australia-museum

Unknown. 2008. Political Cartoonist [John Branch]. News and Observer (April 14): http://www.newsobserver.com/news/story/1036259.html

Unknown. 2008. Popeye's copyright to expire in January; Popeye, the iconic sailor with a love of spinach, will become public property on Jan 1 when the colourful cartoon character's copyright expires. Telegraph (December 30): http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/4017251/Popeyes-copyright-to-expire-in-January.html

Unknown. 2008. Q&A: Talking with Deepak Chopra [Virgin Comics]. Time (February 25): 18

Unknown. 2008. Riddell at the Observer. Observer (January): http://www.guardian.co.uk/newsroom/story/0,,2238638,00.html#article_continue

Unknown. 2008. 'Ripley's Believe it or Not' Comic Celebrates Milestone Anniversary this Week. E&P Online (December 17): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003923385

Unknown. 2008. Ripley's Is 90 -- Believe It Or Not! Franchise Marks Nine Decades Of Entertaining With Strange, Bizarre, Amazing And Eye-Popping Oddities. CBS News (December 20): http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/12/20/earlyshow/leisure/celebspot/main4679486.shtml

Unknown. 2008. Romania to protest cartoon featuring with ''suicidal squirrels'' to the European Commission Associated Press (January 17): http://www.pr-inside.com/romania-to-protest-cartoon-featuring-with-r391971.htm

Unknown. 2008. ''Rubes'' cartoonist visits Eugene Oct. 15-16. KVAL (September 23): http://www.kval.com/news/29631319.html

Unknown. 2008. Screenwriter announced for ‘Spider-Man 4’. New York Times (November 1)

Unknown. 2008. Seth Green records cartoon in the dark [Family Guy]. Lincolnshire Echo (November 12): http://www.thisislincolnshire.co.uk/showbiz/Seth-Green-records-cartoon-dark/article-468206-detail/article.html

Unknown. 2008. Showcase for half a century of work by cartoonist Giles. Wood and Vale (December 11): http://woodandvale.london24.net/woodandvale/whatson/story.aspx?brand=NorthLondon24&category=whatsonart&tBrand=northlondon24&tCategory=whatson&itemid=WeED11%20Dec%202008%2016%3A16%3A34%3A710

Unknown. 2008. 'Shrek' to Open Dec. 14 on Broadway. Associated Press (February 11): http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/arts/AP-Theater-Shrek.html?scp=1&sq=animation&st=nyt

Unknown. 2008. Smurfs preparing big 50th birthday celebrations. AFP (January 14): http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5iSfPyXIzHiQ1dvJAhTTZVrpNf06A

Unknown. 2008. Soccer cartoon, Supa Strikas, now on TV [in South Africa]. Screen Africa (November 10): http://www.screenafrica.com/news/television/891202.htm

Unknown. 2008. South Africa artist defends cartoon: The ANC said Zapiro has all the freedom of speech he wants, but that his cartoon overstepped the mark. Al Jazeera (December 21): http://english.aljazeera.net/news/africa/2008/12/2008122117249436118.html

Unknown. 2008. Stephen King comic set for midnight release. NewsOK.com (February 29): http://newsok.com/article/3209793/1204246820

Unknown. 2008. Summit at Southern Utah University to focus on rural issues [editorial cartoonist Pat Bagley]. Salt Lake Tribune (August 7). Online at http://www.sltrib.com/news/ci_10122398

Unknown. 2008. Taking Initiative: Graphic novel reading selection furthers declined reading comprehension [Persepolis]. Ithacan (March 6). Online at http://theithacan.org/am/publish/editorial/200803_Taking_Initiative.shtml

Unknown. 2008. The Iranian Revolution, In Black-And-White: ''Persepolis'' Depicts A Young Girl's Coming Of Age Amidst Turmoil In Tehran. CBS (April 20): http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/04/20/sunday/main4029407.shtml

Unknown. 2008. The Kiwi and Cat come back [New Zealand animation]. ONE News (December 1): http://tvnz.co.nz/view/page/536641/2342436

Unknown. 2008. The Most Subversive Weapon of All: An Interview with Marjane Satrapi. Borders.com (June): http://www.borders.com/online/store/ArticleView_satrapi?cmpid=SL_20080626_REW

Unknown. 2008. The Smart Collector : Major Hoople drawings should sell. Arizona Daily Star (February 24): http://www.azstarnet.com/athome/225880.php

Unknown. 2008. The Ten-Cent Plague: The Great Comic-Book Scare and How It Changed America. The Week Daily (April ?). Online at http://www.theweekdaily.com/arts_leisure/books/37974/the_tencent_plague_the_great_comicbook_scare_and_how_it_changed_america.html

Unknown. 2008. Tintin publisher Leblanc dies at 92 [Lombard]. Economic Times (March 22). Online at http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/News/News_By_Industry/Tintin_publisher_Leblanc_dies_at_92/articleshow/2888782.cms

Unknown. 2008. TOON Books Introduces New Lesson Plans. Diamond Bookshelf (December): http://www.diamondbookshelf.com/public/default.asp?t=1&m=3&c=40&s=325&ai=77539

Unknown. 2008. Top cartoonists protest lack of credit for colleague in GG literary nod [Mariko and Jillian Tamaki's Skim]. CBC News (November 12): http://www.cbc.ca/arts/books/story/2008/11/12/gglit-protest-tamaki.html

Unknown. 2008. Top Cow Names Filip Sablik New Publisher. Scoop (January 11): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/public/default.asp?t=1&m=1&c=34&s=265&ai=65366

Unknown. 2008. WB shrouds 'Dark Knight' from Chinese audiences. Associated Press (December 25): http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081225/ap_en_ot/china_the_dark_knight

Unknown. 2008. 'What if Huckabee were a fundamentalist Hindu?' [Ted Rall]. CNN-IBN (January 6): http://www.ibnlive.com/news/what-if-huckabee-were-a-fundamentalist-hindu/55762-2.html

Unknown. 2008. Zuma sues South Africa cartoonist [Zapiro]. BBC News (December 18): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/africa/7789272.stm

Unknown. 2009. `Bizarro' strip cartoonist to be at Fringe [Dan Piraro]. Delco Times( August 28): http://www.delcotimes.com/articles/2009/08/28/entertainment/doc4a97e250ec390691632195.txt

Unknown. 2009. 13 questions with Cameron Stewart [Canadian comic book artist]. Mindless Ones (April 9): http://mindlessones.com/2009/04/09/13-questions-with-cameron-stewart/

Unknown. 2009. 2009 Herblock Prize Winner Announced [Pat Bagley]. E&P Online (February 23): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003943974

Unknown. 2009. A Night With Marjane Satrapi: The French Aren't More Civilized; They're Just Less Hungry. Nashville Scene's The Spin blog (April 7): http://blogs.nashvillescene.com/nashvillecream/2009/04/a_night_with_marjane_satrapi_t.php

Unknown. 2009. 'AJC' Drops Three Strips in Comics Consolidation. E&P Online (March 4): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003947473

Unknown. 2009. Allan McDonald, caricaturista, detenido y liberado. Habla Honduras blog (June 29): http://hablahonduras.com/2009/06/29/alan-mcdonald-caricaturista-secuestrado-junto-a-su-hijita/ Translated as Honduran Cartoonist Allan McDonald is Arrested and then Freed, by Machetera at http://www.tlaxcala.es/pp.asp?reference=7986&lg=en

Unknown. 2009. Alums: Withholding cartoons was 'disgraceful resort to censorship' [Danish Islam cartoons]. Yale Daily News (September 3): http://www.yaledailynews.com/crosscampus/2009/09/03/alums-withholding-cartoons-was-disgraceful-resort-/

Unknown. 2009. Animation once again: Japanese anime fest [in Ireland]. Irish Independent (March 21): http://www.independent.ie/entertainment/film-cinema/animation-once-again-japanese-anime-fest-1681249.html

Unknown. 2009. Animator Bill Plympton to screen work at local colleges. Poughkeepsie Journal (April 1): http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/article/20090401/ENT04/90401017

Unknown. 2009. Astro Boy manga to hit US iPhones. AFP (October 20): http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5iNUCcQnuhATeZyILc8lA_W2cEwqg

Unknown. 2009. 'Austin American-Statesman' Editorial Cartoonist Sargent Takes Buyout. E&P Online (February 19): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003943008

Unknown. 2009. 'Austin American-Statesman' Says Goodbye to Cartoonist Sargent. E&P Online (March 13): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003951299

Unknown. 2009. Batman saves Barcelona in new comic book. AFP (May 30): http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5hb8ASsgIPkdFsrujhylAI1YPgD7w

Unknown. 2009. Berlin subway to exhibit Iran cartoonist [Javad Alizadeh]. Press TV (February 16): http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=85819§ionid=351020105

Unknown. 2009. Billy Crudup Bares All [Watchmen]. Parade Magazine (March 3): http://www.parade.com/celebrity/celebrity-parade/archive/billy-crudup-bares-all.html

Unknown. 2009. 'Bloom County' Creator Breathed to Attend Comic Convention [Berkeley Breathed]. E&P Online (September 14): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1004011914

Unknown. 2009. 'Candorville' Cartoonist Reveals Killed Jackson Joke. E&P Online (July 9): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003992372

Unknown. 2009. Cartoon is a `disgusting insult' [Zapiro]. Times of South Africa (March 29): http://www.thetimes.co.za/PrintEdition/Insight/Article.aspx?id=968788

Unknown. 2009. Cartoonist Blechman to speak at Oblong Books. Poughkeepsie Journal (October 21): http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/article/20091021/NEWS01/910210316/1006/Cartoonist-Blechman-to-speak-at-Oblong-Books

Unknown. 2009. Cartoonist Breen Posts Two Major Wins in One Week. E and P Online (April 24, 2009): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003966329

Unknown. 2009. Cartoonist defends right to satirize South African president [Zapiro]. CBC News (June 22): http://www.cbc.ca/arts/media/story/2009/06/22/zapiro-cartoonist.html

Unknown. 2009. Cartoonist Lynn Johnston Helps Med Students Thank Their Patients. E&P Online (January 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003927661

Unknown. 2009. Cartoonist Nast topic in Utica, Rome Sentinel (March 24): http://www.romesentinel.com/news?newsid=20090324-141437

Unknown. 2009. Cartoonist screens Surf Hog [animation by Lelant]. Cornishman (November 11): http://www.thisiscornwall.co.uk/homepagenews/Cartoonist-screens-Surf-Hog/article-1504146-detail/article.html

Unknown. 2009. Cartoonist to address MC classes, public [Marshall Ramsey] Clinton News (February 26). Online at http://www.clintonnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090226/CLASS/902260333/1012

Unknown. 2009. Cartoonist wielded razor wit with grace [Corky Trinidad]. Honolulu Star-Bulletin (February 14): http://www.starbulletin.com/editorials/20090214_Cartoonist_wielded_razor_wit_with_grace.html

Unknown. 2009. Cartoonists bring unique brand of humour [Bill Stott and John Roberts]. Norwich Guardian (June 21): http://www.northwichguardian.co.uk/news/4444029.Cartoonists_bring_unique_brand_of_humour/

Unknown. 2009. Cartoons illustrate lack of press freedom in Turkey: NRC International in partnership with RNW. Radio Netherlands (January 27): http://www.radionetherlands.nl/currentaffairs/region/netherlands/090127-Turkey-cartoonists

Unknown. 2009. Channel 10 denies replacing The Simpsons with news bulletin [in Australia]. Daily Telegraph (April 27): http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,22049,25389136-5001021,00.html?from=public_rss

Unknown. 2009. 'Chicago Tribune' Hires Stantis as Editorial Cartoonist. E&P Online (August 18): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1004004169

Unknown. 2009. Chinese city to build $45M complex dedicated to Taiwanese cartoonist [Chu Teh-yung]. CBC News (May 17) : http://www.cbc.ca/arts/artdesign/story/2009/05/17/china-taiwan-cartoonist.html

Unknown. 2009. Clarion-Ledger cartoonist featured in program at Winston County library [Marshall Ramsey]. Starkville Daily News (April 17): http://www.starkvilledailynews.com/content/view/139018/60/

Unknown. 2009. Classic's cartoon version [Romance of the Three Kingdoms]. China Daily (August 6): http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/showbiz/2009-08/06/content_8533076.htm

Unknown. 2009. ''Clone Wars'' continues on Cartoon Network. Hollywood Reporter (February 9): http://www.reuters.com/article/televisionNews/idUSTRE5187DP20090209

Unknown. 2009. Colombian Coffee Growers Sue Over 'Mother Goose and Grimm' Strip. Editor and Publisher Online (January 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003927605

Unknown. 2009. Colombian coffee growers sue U.S. cartoonist [Mike Peters over Mother Goose and Grimm]. Columbia Reports (January 6): http://colombiareports.com/colombian-news/news/2498-colombian-coffee-growers-sue-us-cartoonist.html

Unknown. 2009. Colombian coffee growers to sue over US cartoon [Mother Goose and Grimm strip]. Associated Press (January 7): http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5iYrX1OPnbpUpGvNbhO2oVj2n8_xQD95IFO9G0

Unknown. 2009. Comic book recall [Donald Duck ie Anders And & Co., Denmark, poison]. Copenhagen Post (September 3): http://www.cphpost.dk/news/national/88-national/46781-comic-book-recall.html

Unknown. 2009. Comics survey: The results are in. Jacksonville Times-Union (January 25): http://www.jacksonville.com/lifestyles/2009-01-25/story/comics_survey

Unknown. 2009. DC's 'Wednesday Comics' Launch Today. E&P Online (July 8): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003991609

Unknown. 2009. Disney does 3-D with 'Toy Story,' 'Beast' reissues. Associated Press (March 31): http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5iyPqH8FZicukbnWIMRJWW0Kb0VXQD979A1CO0

Unknown. 2009. Disney: The mouse that bored [Mickey Mouse editorial]. Boston Globe (November 9): http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/editorial_opinion/editorials/articles/2009/11/09/disney_the_mouse_that_bored/

Unknown. 2009. D'oh! Simpsons 'may encourage' underage smoking. ABC News (May 31): http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2009/05/31/2585563.htm

Unknown. 2009. Don't go into with-draw-al [Ben Sargent]. Austin American-Statesman (March 13): http://www.statesman.com/opinion/content/editorial/stories/03/13/0313benintro_edit.html

Unknown. 2009. Editorial Cartoonist Bill Schorr Retires. E&P Online (March 5): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003948246

Unknown. 2009. Editorial cartoonist Corky Trinidad, 69, 'the face of the Star-Bulletin'. Honolulu Advertiser (February 13): http://www.honoluluadvertiser.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090213/BREAKING01/90213025/-1/RSS01&source=rss_breaking

Unknown. 2009. 'Elderberries' Cartoonist Pandolph to Feature Exclusively on GoComics.com. E&P Online (August 17): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1004003931

Unknown. 2009. Ep. 106: Surrogates Creator Robert Venditti Comes to SiDEBAR. SiDEBAR podcast (September 14): http://www.sidebarnation.com/my_weblog/2009/09/robert-venditti.html and http://media.libsyn.com/media/sidebar/SiDEBAR_Ep_106.mp3

Unknown. 2009. Episode 93: Jersey Gods with Glen Brunswick. Comixology podcast (March 30): http://www.comixology.com/podcasts/96/Jersey-Gods-with-Glen-Brunswick

Unknown. 2009. Exclusive Interview And Preview: Grant Morrison creator of SEAGUY! A Conversation with Grant Morrison about Seaguy: Slaves of Mickey-Eye. MySpace Comics (March 17): http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=92159514&blogId=477293507

Unknown. 2009. 'Family Guy' Goofs on 'Washington Post'. E&P Online (September 30): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1004017128

Unknown. 2009. Famous cartoonist to talk at festival; Scarfe to appear at literary event. Press and Journal (May 14): http://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/Article.aspx/1214929?UserKey=

Unknown. 2009. For 'Doonesbury,' Election Is Over -- But Military Blog Continues. E&P Online (November 10): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003888971

Unknown. 2009. Foreign stars light up French comics fest [Angouleme]. AFP (January 31): http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5h0D_Ht2nWL3ti3FcI4MF7CBQbMOg

Unknown. 2009. Fox reschedules ''Sit Down, Shut Up''. China Daily (April 29): http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/showbiz/2009-04/29/content_7729315.htm

Unknown. 2009. From princess to comic book hero: Now Diana gets her own comic cover ['Female Force']. Daily Mail (March 31): http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1166041/From-princess-comic-book-hero-Now-Diana-gets-comic-cover.html

Unknown. 2009. 'Fusco Brothers' Faithful Companion to be Outed Thursday. E&P Online (March 18): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003952497

Unknown. 2009. FX gets TV rights for DreamWorks animated films. Associated Press (March 31): http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5g_8FEYRlm5_QtKdWkf1kODRAJOLgD979C6N81

Unknown. 2009. Graphic novel class excites student minds. Ladysmith Chronicle (February 16): http://www.bclocalnews.com/vancouver_island_central/ladysmithchronicle/lifestyles/39671559.html

Unknown. 2009. Graphic Novels [literacy]. My High Plains (August 12): http://myhighplains.com/content/fulltext/?cid=73441

Unknown. 2009. Great Falls artist Weldele poised for Hollywood success [Surrogates]. Montana News Station (September 22): http://www.montanasnewsstation.com/Global/story.asp?S=11179994

Unknown. 2009. Guardians are fed up of 'Shinchan'. Bhopal Today Team (May 23): http://www.centralchronicle.com/viewnews.asp?articleID=7857

Unknown. 2009. Guardians of Being: Mutts' Patrick McDonnell on his new book, Guardians of Being. Bark (September?). Online at http://thebark.com/content/guardians-being

Unknown. 2009. Hayao Miyazaki Returns with His Latest Hand-Crafted Tale [Ponyo]. Pravda (August 14): http://english.pravda.ru/news/hotspots/14-08-2009/108863-hayao_miyazaki-0

Unknown. 2009. Honduran Cartoonist Freed After 24-Hour Detainment [Allan McDonald]. E&P Online (July 1): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003989476

Unknown. 2009. In Brief: July 9: Don't Let the Pigeon Touch the Keyboard! [Mo Willems]. Publishers Weekly's PW's Children's Bookshelf (September 9): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6669908.html

Unknown. 2009. Indie Edge January 2008: Terry Moore. Diamond's Previews (January). Online at http://www.previewsworld.com/public/default.asp?t=1&m=1&c=6&s=448&ai=65404&ssd=

Unknown. 2009. Interview with Jamie S. Rich. Stumptown Trade Review blog (June 28): http://stumptowntradereview.blogspot.com/2009/06/interview-with-jaimie-s-rich.html and http://ia301506.us.archive.org/3/items/InterviewWithJamieS.Rich/JamieRich.mp3

Unknown. 2009. Iran gifts animation to Gazan children. Press TV (February 15): http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=85793§ionid=351020105

Unknown. 2009. Iran: Filmmakers claim Mousavi won election [Marjane Satrapi]. AKI (June 16): http://www.adnkronos.com/AKI/English/Politics/?id=3.0.3433629806

Unknown. 2009. Iranian cartoonists win awards in Syria. Press-TV (April 29): http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=92987§ionid=351020105

Unknown. 2009. It's a close shave as Gromit rescues Wallace. The Times (March 23): http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/tv_and_radio/article5956410.ece

Unknown. 2009. It's All There Folks: Retrospective of Tashlin uncovers his animated side. New York Press (September 6): http://www.nypress.com/article-14357-its-all-there-folks.html

Unknown. 2009. Japanese director Miyazaki seeks breakout US film [Ponyo]. Malaysian Insider (August 13): http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/index.php/showbiz/34942-japanese-director-miyazaki-seeks-breakout-us-film

Unknown. 2009. Jim Lange dies at 82. Oklahoman (April 17): http://newsok.com/jim-lange-dies-at-82/article/3362331?custom_click=lead_story_title 0r http://www.tulsaworld.com/news/article.aspx?subjectid=298&articleid=20090417_298_0_JimLan861246

Unknown. 2009. 'Kalamazoo Gazette' Asking Readers to Vote on Comics Page. E&P Online (July 21): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003995682

Unknown. 2009. Keith Chow Talks Secret Identities. Scoop (July 2): http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/public/default.asp?t=1&m=1&c=34&s=265&ai=84746 Weaver, Matthew. 2009. Persepolis 2.0: Iran poll inspires sequel [Satrapi]. Guardian News Blog (June 30): http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/blog/2009/jun/30/iran-protest

Unknown. 2009. Kerala firm to co-produce animated TV series [Toonz Animation]. New Kerala (April 1): http://www.newkerala.com/nkfullnews-1-14116.html

Unknown. 2009. Kids can help PBS character Arthur the aardvark find new friend. Canadian Press (February 2): http://www.google.com/hostednews/canadianpress/article/ALeqM5grWbQWV2-wjdzhWeJ5wZnNHmi83g

Unknown. 2009. Korean Animation to Screen at Cannes Film Festival [Dust Kid]. Chosun Ilbo (April 29): http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2009/04/29/2009042900537.html

Unknown. 2009. 'L.A. Times' Readers Convinced Prescient Decision to Run 'Doonesbury' Strip. E&P Online (November 5): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003887034

Unknown. 2009. Leading Republican Depicted as Assassin in Cartoon [Jeff Danziger]. E&P Online (July 27): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003997544

Unknown. 2009. Lester wins National Cartoonists Society award for book illustration. Rome News-Tribune (May 25): http://romenews-tribune.com/pages/full_story?article-Lester%20wins%20National%20Cartoonists%20Society%20award%20=&page_label=home&id=2616228&widget=push&instance=home_Most_popular&open=&

Unknown. 2009. Let's Not Talk About Comics: Chris Onstad. Strip-for-me (June 16): http://www.strip-for-me.com/?p=1337

Unknown. 2009. Library of Congress to Open Herblock Exhibit. E&P Online (July 31): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003999288

Unknown. 2009. Lilia Gerberg and Matthew McCaffree [Mort Gerberg]. New York Times (September 6). Online at http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/06/fashion/weddings/06gerberg.html

Unknown. 2009. Lithuanian comic artists make pedophile buster new superhero. Russia Today (November 2): http://www.russiatoday.com/Top_News/2009-11-02/comix.html?fullstory

Unknown. 2009. Litpark.com Interviews Bergen County 'Record' Cartoonist Jimmy Margulies. E&P Online (January 9): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003928963

Unknown. 2009. Local girl's drawing appears in national comic [Alley Oop]. Gaylord Herald Times (January 21): http://www.gaylordheraldtimes.com/articles/2009/01/21/features/doc497728986fd89109550291.txt

Unknown. 2009. ''Madagascar'' races to $340 million overseas [Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa]. Hollywood Reporter (January 5): http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20090105/media_nm/us_boxoffice_overseas_1

Unknown. 2009. Malaysia's First 3D Animation Film Produced And Delivered On Time [Geng: The Adventure Begins]. Bernama (September 3): http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsindex.php?id=437711

Unknown. 2009. 'Mallard Filmore' Celebrates 15th Anniversary. E&P Online (June 1): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003978276

Unknown. 2009. Mohammed cartoonist to speak at Yale [Danish Islam cartoons]. Copenhagen Post ( September 25): http://www.cphpost.dk/news/international/89-international/47026-mohammed-cartoonist-to-speak-at-yale.html

Unknown. 2009. Murdoch sorry for NY Post cartoon seen as racist [Delonas]. Associated Press (February 24): http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090224/ap_en_ot/ny_post_cartoon

Unknown. 2009. National Cartoonists Society Seeks Entries for its Division Awards. E&P Online (January 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003927097

Unknown. 2009. New Dutch oeuvre prize for cartoonists [Marten Toonder Prize]. Radio Netherlands (May 18): http://www.radionetherlands.nl/news/zijlijn/6305011/New-Dutch-oeuvre-prize-for-cartoonists

Unknown. 2009. New Hentoff Column Sheds Light on NAACP's Fight Against 'New York Post' [Sean Delonas chimp cartoon]. E&P Online (March 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003948994

Unknown. 2009. 'New York Post' Cartoonist's Monkey Image Not His First Offense [Delonas chimp cartoon]. E and P Online (February 18): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003942344

Unknown. 2009. Nighy: I was carried out of Bambi. UKPA (October 20): http://www.google.com/hostednews/ukpress/article/ALeqM5iycWq4XhSK2c2Jq950va9H-JV7ag

Unknown. 2009. Ohio State Cartoon Library/Museum Accepting Donations for Future Home's Repair. E&P Online (June 10): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003982008

Unknown. 2009. 'Oregonian' Asks Readers to Decide Fate of Comic Strips. E&P Online (February 24): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003944474

Unknown. 2009. Owner of `Wish Upon a Star' song loses Fox lawsuit [Family Guy]. Associated Press (March 16): http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5jmzQc3jNqsEzn_1lh0U5nvER7MHgD96VEMO80

Unknown. 2009. Palm Springs Resort Uses Archie Comic To Market. Hotels (March 27): http://www.hotelsmag.com/article/CA6647237.html?industryid=47565

Unknown. 2009. Participate in Iran's web cartoon contest [Car International Cartoon Web Contest]. Press TV (January 27): http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=83888§ionid=351020105

Unknown. 2009. 'Peanuts' strip sells for $17K at auction [original artwork]. UPI (June 15): http://www.upi.com/Entertainment_News/2009/06/15/Peanuts-strip-sells-for-17K-at-auction/UPI-82941245093636/

Unknown. 2009. Pennsylvania Students Outraged by Comic Strip in Student-run Paper [Keith Knight]. E&P Online (September 29): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1004016751

Unknown. 2009. Pilot Pumpers raise $58,000 for United Way [editorial cartoonist Charlie Daniel]. Knoxville News Sentinel (October 22): http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2009/oct/22/pilot-pumpers-raise-58000-united-way/

Unknown. 2009. Pittsburgh's ToonSeum Opens two New Exhibits. E&P Online (January 5): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003926880

Unknown. 2009. Pixarpedia: A Complete Guide to the World of Pixar .... and Beyond! DK Publishing

Unknown. 2009. PM can't resist smiling at his cartoons: Gursharan Kaur [India, RK Laxman]. PTI (October 9): http://www.ptinews.com/news/323632_PM-can-t-resist-smiling-at-his-cartoons--

Unknown. 2009. Quick on the draw; As the British Prime Minister complains that his caricatures make him look too fat, Ireland's top cartoonist, Aongus Collins (aka Scratch), reveals the tricks of his trade. Irish Independent (January 31): http://www.independent.ie/lifestyle/quick-on-the-draw-1622415.html

Unknown. 2009. Radiation Interogation: Joe Pokaski. Atomic Online blog (February 17): http://www.atomiccomics.com/Pages/AtomicBlog/tabid/91/EntryID/380/Default.aspx

Unknown. 2009. Radiation Interrogation: Adam Kubert. Atomic Online blog (February 11): http://www.atomiccomics.com/Pages/AtomicBlog/tabid/91/EntryID/375/Default.aspx

Unknown. 2009. Radiation Interrogation: Jay Faerber. Atomic Online blog (February 17): http://www.atomiccomics.com/Pages/AtomicBlog/tabid/91/EntryID/381/Default.aspx

Unknown. 2009. Radiation Interrogation: Phil Hester. Atomic Online blog (February 11): http://www.atomiccomics.com/Pages/AtomicBlog/tabid/91/EntryID/376/Default.aspx

Unknown. 2009. Rare Disney Mickey Mouse art to be displayed in Buffalo. Buffalo Daily News (March 25): http://www.thedailynewsonline.com/articles/2009/03/25/entertainment/5314860.txt

Unknown. 2009. Robert C. Broughton, 91; Disney Camera Effects Artist. Washington Post (February 1): C8. Online at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/01/31/AR2009013101743.html

Unknown. 2009. 'Rocky' Editorial Cartoonist Gives Exit Interview [Ed Stein]. E&P Online (March 2): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003946674

Unknown. 2009. ''Ronald Searle: Satirist'' Exhibition at the Cartoon Library. Happy News.com (January 27): http://www.happynews.com/news/1272009/ronald%20searle%20satirist%20exhibition%20cartoon%20library.htm

Unknown. 2009. SDCC 09 Video: Dan DiDio Talks Wednesday Comics. Newsarama (July 24): http://www.newsarama.com/common/media/video/player.php?aid=29660

Unknown. 2009. Secret Asian Man' Returning to Weekly Format. E&P Online (September 2): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1004008537

Unknown. 2009. Seoul to Host Asia's Biggest Animation Festival [Korea]. Chosun Ilbo (July 21): http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2009/07/21/2009072100607.html

Unknown. 2009. Services set for cartoonist Jim Lange. Oklahoman (April 19): http://newsok.com/services-set-for-cartoonist/article/3362807

Unknown. 2009. Sex With Savita Bhabhi And Comic Porn. Anorak (May): http://www.anorak.co.uk/media/209840.html

Unknown. 2009. Sexy bhabhi's fans fume over website ban [Savita Bhabhi]. Hindustan Times (July 2): http://www.hindustantimes.com/StoryPage/StoryPage.aspx?sectionName=HomePage&id=af6a63bd-f8e6-4e69-9bb2-ee8640021bc2&Headline=Sexy+bhabhi%E2%80%99s+fans+fume+over+website+ban

Unknown. 2009. Snoopy Heads to Burning Man Festival [Peanuts]. E&P Online (September 1): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1004008194

Unknown. 2009. 'Stone Soup' Cartoonist Laments Shrinking Panel Size. E&P Online (June 3): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003979217

Unknown. 2009. ''Stone Soup'' cartoonist supports boy's book sale. KMTR (May 13): http://www.kmtr.com/news/local/story/Stone-Soup-cartoonist-supports-boy-s-book-sale/uvIRxac1vEuMrXAXdEdNqQ.cspx?rss=191

Unknown. 2009. 'Stone Soup' Creator Joins in Oregon Women Build Project. E&P Online (May 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003971051

Unknown. 2009. Success of animated feature 'Up' has proud Pixar producer on cloud nine. Conexión (July 9): http://www.mysanantonio.com/sacultura/50359342.html

Unknown. 2009. Superman Flying Into 'USA Today' Next Month [Wednesday Comics]. E&P Online (June 22): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003986432

Unknown. 2009. Take our comics survey; We want your feedback! Tell us which comics you want us to keep or discard, and which comics we should consider adding to the mix. Surveys are accepted through Monday, March 9. Duluth News Tribune (February 22): http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/event/article/id/112932/

Unknown. 2009. Ted Rall Blasts 'Newsweek' for Cartoon Selections. E&P Online (January 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003927022

Unknown. 2009. Thailand's First Animation Festival in Bangkok. Thailand Outlook (September 10): http://www.thailandoutlook.tv/tan/ViewData.aspx?DataID=1018043

Unknown. 2009. That Cartoon [Sean Delonas]. New York Post (February 20). Online at http://www.nypost.com/seven/02202009/postopinion/editorials/that_cartoon_156032.htm

Unknown. 2009. The Cartoons of John T. McCutcheon: Chronicles of A Changing World. ArtDaily.org (May 30): http://www.artdaily.com/index.asp?int_sec=2&int_new=31174

Unknown. 2009. The Dude Has No Mercy: An Interview with Achewood's Chris Onstad. Vice Magazine's blog (July 21): http://www.viceland.com/int/guide_comics/htdocs/this-dude-no-mercy-107.php

Unknown. 2009. The Joke's on the Junta [Burma cartoonist Harn Lay, in Thailand]. Irrawaddy.org (September 8): http://www.irrawaddy.org/article.php?art_id=16741

Unknown. 2009. The Kevin O'Neill interview - League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century and more. Mindless Ones podcast (May 18): http://mindlessones.com/2009/05/18/the-kevin-oneill-interview/ and http://mindlessones.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/kevinoneil.mp3

Unknown. 2009. The Rising: now with speech bubbles. Irish Times (September 26): http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/weekend/2009/0926/1224255262618.html

Unknown. 2009. 'This Modern World' Returns to 'Village Voice'. E&P Online (September 3): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1004009041

Unknown. 2009. Tintin displays his Danish roots: Famed cartoon character Tintin was based on Danish teenager who traveled the world. Copenhagen Post (January 12). Online at http://www.cphpost.dk/news/national/44034-tintin-displays-his-danish-roots.html

Unknown. 2009. Toque-wearing brothers Bob and Doug McKenzie return to TV as animated hosers [Bob & Doug]. Canadian Press (April 16): http://www.google.com/hostednews/canadianpress/article/ALeqM5hd8ZF5lmTsLjQbLf6tMWYP5Fncmg

Unknown. 2009. Tribune Co. Headed to Court Over 'Dick Tracy' Rights. E and P Online (April 30): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003968079

Unknown. 2009. Turkey could block Rasmussen at NATO, official says [Danish Islam cartoons]. Reuters (March 22): http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSTRE52L0MP20090322

Unknown. 2009. UK Basketball Featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not. WBOY (February 4): http://www.wboy.com/story.cfm?func=viewstory&storyid=51360

Unknown. 2009. 'Undertown,' 'Stone Soup' Cut from 'L.A. Times' Sunday Comics. E&P Online (July 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003990626

Unknown. 2009. United Features Strip ''JumpStart'' Celebrates 20th Anniversary This Week. E&P Online (October 1): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1004017790

Unknown. 2009. US cartoon provokes Colombia ire [Mike Peters over Mother Goose and Grimm]. BBC News (January 8): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/world/americas/7815338.stm

Unknown. 2009. Venice honour for Pixar directors. BBC News (September 7): http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/entertainment/8241282.stm

Unknown. 2009. Wallace and Gromit help to fight obesity. AFP (January 2): http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20090102/lf_afp/lifestylebritainhealthobesity_090102170845

Unknown. 2009. Warren Beatty Not Ready for Close-up in 'Dick Tracy' Suit. E&P Online (July 20): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003995534

Unknown. 2009. Woman arrested over 800 stolen cartoons [by Masamichi Yokoyama]. Yomiuri Shimbun (April 16): http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/national/20090416TDY02303.htm

Unknown. 2009. ''X-Men Origins: Wolverine'' Behind-The-Scenes - Uncanny Ties. Comic Book Resources (April 16): http://comicbookresources.com/?page=video&show_id=82883

Unknown. 2009. Yasmin, Lat Among Six 1Malaysia Icons Named By Perak. Bernama (October 19): http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsindex.php?id=447825

Unknown. 2009. Young Liars and Beyond: 22 Questions with David Lapham. Mindless Ones blog (April 30): http://mindlessones.com/2009/04/30/young-liars-and-beyond-22-questions-with-david-lapham/

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von Busack, Richard. 1998. Walking Wounded: Phoebe Gloeckner examines her troubled family life with a doctor's surgical eye. San Jose Metro (September 3). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/09.03.98/comics-9835.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. Arcana to Arcadia: Ben Katchor creates a lost world of New York flimflam men and religious utopians in his new graphic novel. San Jose Metro (February 4). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/02.04.99/comics-9905.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. Bambi Meets Godzilla Again: 'Spike and Mike's Classic Festival of Animation': Cruelty vs. Cuteness. San Jose Metro (April 29). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/04.29.99/spike&mike-9917.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. Batman in the 'Hood: Batman's war on crime looks a little too much like the real war on drugs. San Jose Metro (December 2). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/12.02.99/batman-9948.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. Beasts of Burden: The much-hyped movie 'The Mystery Men' originates in the weird comics of Atlanta genius Bob Burden. San Jose Metro (August 12). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/08.12.99/burden1-9932.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. Cartoon Neurotics: The characters in Bruce Eric Kaplan's panels always blame themselves. San Jose Metro (July 1). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/07.01.99/comics-9926.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. Free at Last: Katherine Arnoldi's comic 'The Amazing True Story of a Teenage Single Mom' is stunning work. San Jose Metro (April 1). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/04.01.99/comics-9913.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. Known, Not Known: San Jose artist Peter S. Conrad retells Zen koans in 'Attempted Not Known' zine. San Jose Metro (October 7). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/10.07.99/conrad-9940.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. Last Laugh: Schulz's wistful pessimism kept 'Peanuts' going strong for decades. Sonoma County Independent (December 30). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/sonoma/12.30.99/schulz-9952.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. New Jersey Devil: Kevin Smith's 'Dogma' is funny as hell and twice as sloppy. San Jose Metro (November 10). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/cruz/11.10.99/dogma-9945.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. The Good Guys: Georgia's small publisher Top Shelf Comics delivers the graphic goods. San Jose Metro (March 4). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/03.04.99/comics-9909.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. What Keeps Comic Books Alive Today? Two new studies take different approaches to some enduring themes [Trina Robbins' From Girls to Grrlz: A History of Women's Comics From Teens to Zines and Dan Raeburn's The Imp #4]. San Jose Metro (September 2). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/09.02.99/comics-9935.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. Winner of Discontent: With competition from 'The Rugrats,' how does 'Peanuts' survive? San Jose Metro (January 7). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/01.07.99/comics-9901.html

von Busack, Richard. 1999. Young Intern in Love: James Kolchalka's 'Monica's Story' gives a fresh perspective on the Lewinsky affair. San Jose Metro (May 6). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/05.06.99/comics-9918.html

von Busack, Richard. 2000. 100 Years Of Solitude: With 'Jimmy Corrigan,' Chris Ware brings the art of the comic book into the new century. San Jose Metro (November 9). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/11.09.00/cover/ware-0045.html

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von Busack, Richard. 2000. Stapp Animation: Cine 6 hosts a night of features by unsung animator Philip Stapp. San Jose Metro (July 27). online at http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/07.27.00/stapp-0030.html

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