comics research bibliography
I. A through C, Non-alphabetical

(Last updated November 28, 2009)

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This bibliography lists both monographs and articles from popular magazines and academic journals pertaining to comic books, comic strips and animation. Some of these articles 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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[Associated Press]. 2001. George Gately, Cartoonist [obituary]. Washington Post (October 6)

[Associated Press]. 2001. Lorenzo Music, cartoon and tv figure [obituary]. Washington Post (August 10): B7

[Associated Press]. 2001. Norman Hall Wright, Disney Writer [obituary]. Washington Post (August 4): B7

[Associated Press]. 2003. Helen Honig Meyer, Book Publisher [Dell comic books obituary]. Washington Post (April 28): B4

[Astor, David]. 1994. AAEC's leadership [editorial cartoonists]. Editor and Publisher (July 9): 36

[Edwards, Bob?]. 1995. [Obit of Friz Freleng, the Warner Brothers' animator responsible for Bugs Bunny. (2:00)] National Public Radio's Morning Edition (May 29)

[Edwards, Bob]. 1997. [death of Snow White actress Adriana Caselotti from animated Disney film]. National Public Radio's Morning Edition (January 21)

[Kennedy, Martha]. 2007. Swann Fellow studies images of early Irish-Americans. Library of Congress Gazette (May 11): 5

[Langford, Terri]. 1999. Kirk Alyn, Superman [obituary for movie actor]. Washington Post (March 17): B6

[Lyden, Jacki]. 1998. Mae Questel Obit [Betty Boop and Olive Oly animation voice]. National Public Radio's All Things Considered (January 8)

[Raphael, Jordan and John F. Ronan]. 1995. Miscellaneous news: Lapham signs [film] deal; Dark Horse restructures; Massive comics-oriented work published [by Bill Blackbeard]; CD-ROM news: Marvel, CIE; Fantasy Shop Inc. raises money for AIDS organization; A.P.E. III dates set; Kurtzman exhibit planned; Comics Legends Legal Defense Fund moves; Bitchy Bitch does X-Mas [play]; Gallery news. Comics Journal (182; November): 24-25

[Sharritt, Scott]. 2003. Exclusive Steve Lightle Interview! Lightening Lad's Legion (June 1): http://www.lightninglad.com/articles/lightle.htm

[Siegel, Robert]. 1997. Burgess Meredith Dies [cartoon voice and Batman tv show actor]. National Public Radio's All Things Considered (September 10)

[Taylor, R.W.]. 1905. Brainy Bowers and Drowsy Dugan [reprints of the Chicago Daily News comic strip]. Chicago: Max Stein Publishing House

[Taylor, R.W.]. 1905. Brainy Bowers and Drowsy Dugan [reprints of the Chicago Daily News comic strip]. Chicago: The Star Publishing Co.

[Unknown.] (Magazine Watch). 1993. Courting the comic book crowd. Folio 22(9; May 15):66.

[Unknown.] 1904. Buster Brown a Family Wrecker: Son of Poor but Baptist Parents Steadily Falling from Grace through that Man Outcault's Pictures. New York Herald (May 13).

[Unknown.] 1911. Make comics educational. Survey (15 Apr):103.

[Unknown.] 1911. To improve the comic supplement. Outlook (15 Apr):802.

[Unknown.] 1915. Comic-ers. Everybody's (Jul):71-77. '',

[Unknown.] 1932. Comic relief. Art Digest 7(Nov 1):10.

[Unknown.] 1933. Comic history. Saturday Review 10(Sep 16):108.

[Unknown.] 1933. New art in the making [comics]. Art News 31(Jan 7):8.

[Unknown.] 1934. Funnies: Colored comic strips in the best of health at age 40. Newsweek 4(Dec 1):26-27.

[Unknown.] 1936. Funny strips: Cartoon-drawing is big business; Effects on children debated. Literary Digest 122(Dec 12):18-19.

[Unknown.] 1936. Ghost cartoonists assure immportality to strips. Newsweek 8(Dec 26):34.

[Unknown.] 1937. Fortune survey: What is your favorite comic strip? Fortune 15(Apr):190.

[Unknown.] 1938. La technique du dessin anime trente ans apres son invention [comics; in French]. La Nature 66(Oct 1):201-210.

[Unknown.] 1941. Dumbo at the circus: Transparent cellulosic sheets are foundation of aminated cartoon industry. Modern Plastics 19(Sep):31-27.

[Unknown.] 1941. Let children read comics: Science gives its approval. Science News Letter 40(Aug 23):124.

[Unknown.] 1942. Student presents collection to alma mater: Ohio State University receives exhibit of original newspaper cartoons. Hobbies 26(Jan):9.

[Unknown.] 1942. Whimsy has growing pains: Animated cartoon prepares to come of age. California Arts and Architecture 59(Feb):18.

[Unknown.] 1947. Books into films: Movies based on characters out of the funnies. Publisher's Weekly 151(May 31):2718.

[Unknown.] 1948. Code for comics. School Life 31(Nov 12).

[Unknown.] 1948. Negro Heroes: A new comics publication. [Black comics]. School and Society 67(Jul 19):457.

[Unknown.] 1949. Censorship over the comic strips? Art Digest 23(May):37.

[Unknown.] 1949. Comic book illustrations at Charles Fourth Gallery. Art News 48(May):44.

[Unknown.] 1949. New York State Library covers centuries in comics display. Library Journal 74(Jul):1001.

[Unknown.] 1949. School for Sadism: Folk Art in the Atomic Age [comics]. Art Digest 23(May):27.

[Unknown.] 1950. Comfort for comics. Newsweek 35(Jan):46.

[Unknown.] 1951. American cartooning: Exhibit at the Metropolitan. Art Digest 25(May 15):17.

[Unknown.] 1955. Comic strips down. Time 65(Mar 14):86.

[Unknown.] 1958. Guggenheim Foundation film receives awards. Museum News 36(Oct 15):2.

[Unknown.] 1963. Unfinished comic crusade. America 109(Dec 14):759.

[Unknown.] 1965. Superfans and Batmaniacs [comics fandom]. Newsweek (Feb 15):89.

[Unknown.] 1965. Comi Con: Second Annual Convention of Academy of Comic-Book Fans and Collectors. New Yorker 41(Aug 21):23-24.

[Unknown.] 1965. Modern Mona Lisa: International exhibition of comic strips. Time 85(Mar 5):41.

[Unknown.] 1965. No laughing matter: First international convention on the comics. Newsweek 65(Mar 8):62.

[Unknown.] 1965. Pop! Goes the poster: Pop art portraits of comic-book favorites. Newsweek 65(Mar 29):62.

[Unknown.] 1965. Redrawing the color line: Integrated comic strip. Newsweek 65(Feb 1):45.

[Unknown.] 1965. Syndicate producing books from color comic strips: Spadea spectaculars. Publisher's Weekly 187(Mar 22):62.

[Unknown.] 1969. [Paul Sampliner named chairman of the board of Independent News Company.] New York Times (Dec 7).

[Unknown.] 1969. Comics. Berlin: Akademie der Kunst.

[Unknown.] 1970. [Alan Hanley; Crackerjack Crew.] Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Alan Hanley; James Shull.] Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Behind the scenes at Marvelmania.] Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Beneath the Planet of the Apes review.] Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Campus comics club.] Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Captain America movie serial.] Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Charlie Brown movie review.] Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Comics club news, quizzes, news.] Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Comics club news; quizzes, news.] Marvelmania (3).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Comics Code.] Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Comics reviews; letters; news.] Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Don Newton as Captain America.] Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Flash Gordon serials.] Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Harlan Ellison and Joe Sinnott.] Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Harlan Ellison and the Hulk.] Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Joe Sinnott interview.] Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Marie Severin; Forbushman; Not Brand Echh.] Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Mike Royer profile.] Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Odin.] Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Odin.] Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Reviews of Marvel comics.] Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Roy Thomas on Conan.] Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Roy Thomas on Conan.] Marvelmania (3).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Roy Thomas on Conan.] Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Science fiction in comics.] Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Science fiction.] Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Spider-Man and spiders.] Marvelmania (5).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Spider-Man strip; Stan Lee; John Romita.] Marvelmania (3).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Spider-man strip; Stan Lee; John Romita.] Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Stan Lee.] Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Thomas' and Adkins' Starhawk.] Marvelmania (6).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Tony Isabella and The Avengers.] Marvelmania (4).

[Unknown.] 1970. [Tony Isabella; The Avengers.] Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1970. Comics make the job scene. Manpower 2(2):26-28.

[Unknown.] 1971. [Jack Kirby article.] Los Angeles Herald Examiner (Apr 4).

[Unknown.] 1973. Comic books come to class: An interview with Michael Uslin. Reading Newsreport 7(3):4.

[Unknown.] 1975. ACTFL's accent on promoting FL's [using comic books to teach foreign languages]. Accent on ACTFL 5(1):7-18.

[Unknown.] 1975. In the classroom [using comics]. History and Social Science Teacher 10(3):49-56.

[Unknown.] 1975. Paul Sampliner, Led Independent News [DC Comics]. New York Times (Jan 8).

[Unknown.] 1976. [Jack Kirby interview.] Nostalgia Journal (27).

[Unknown.] 1979. French Postcards [published by Spiegelman]. New York: Raw Books.

[Unknown.] 198? or 199?. The real secret of Superman's identity. Children's Literature Volume 21 or 22?.

[Unknown.] 1983. Education: Bulletin board [comics libraries]. Christian Science Monitor (Jan 3):17.

[Unknown.] 1983. What's It Worth? 1983 Price Guide to Comic Books. New York: Dell.

[Unknown.] 1984. A comic book hero goes off the weed [Lucky Luke]. World Health (Mar):30.

[Unknown.] 1984. Language everywhere: Arts [comics in learning]. Live Wire 1(1-3; Aug-Dec).

[Unknown.] 1985. [Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]. Hartford Advocate (May 8).

[Unknown.] 1985. Barnaby comic strips to be in book form. New York Times (Jun 18):C17.

[Unknown.] 1985. Boite a idees pour l'exploitation d'une BD [Idea box for uses of a comic strip; in French]. Francais Dans Le Monde (191; Feb/Mar):37-46.

[Unknown.] 1985. Cartoons in the classroom. Children and Animals 9(4; Dec):13-15.

[Unknown.] 1985. Making a mint in collectibles [comics]. Black Enterprise (Jun):72.

[Unknown.] 1985. News in brief: Comic strip artists raise $41,000 for Africa aid. Christian Science Monitor 78(10; Dec 4):2.

[Unknown.] 1985. What, no Mr. T poster [comics on energy conservation]? Mother Jones (Jul):15.

[Unknown.] 1986. [Jack Kirby interview.] Comics Interview (41).

[Unknown.] 1986. Anti-Catholic literature secretly placed in Southern Tier churches [Jack Chick 'comics']. Albany Times Union (Aug 5):B6.

[Unknown.] 1986. Christmas Books; Uncle Wiggily's Karma and other childhood memories [Nicole Hollander]. New York Times (Dec 7).

[Unknown.] 1986. Hearst subsidiary buys news, feature syndicate. Albany Times Union (Dec 26):11B.

[Unknown.] 1986. Middle age meets Superman. The Economist 299(Jun 28):30.

[Unknown.] 1986. Mutt-Jeff cartoonist Al Smith [obituary]. Albany Times Union (Nov 26):8C.

[Unknown.] 1986. New release [popularity of comic strips]. University of Michigan News and Information Services (Dec 17):1-2.

[Unknown.] 1986. Tintin and the political intrigue. The Economist 299(May 24):95-96.

[Unknown.] 1987. [Using comics to teach.] Comic Buyer's Guide (1243; 12 Sep).

[Unknown.] 1987. The comics screen [TV and movie adaptations of comics]. Comics Scene Special (1):70-74.

[Unknown.] 1987. Winsor McCay: His Life and Art [review]. New York Times Book Review (Jun 9).

[Unknown.] 1988. America's most unusual museums [Museum of Cartoon Art, Rye Brook]. Good Housekeeping 206(May):226.

[Unknown.] 1988. Comics master: the art & spirit of Will Eisner. Print 42(Nov/Dec):88-97.

[Unknown.] 1988. Comics: an introduction. Print 42(Nov/Dec):59.

[Unknown.] 1988. Down in the jungle, something stirs: the politics of comics. The Economist 309(Oct 1):102.

[Unknown.] 1988. Exactly who killed the Boy Wonder? Time (Nov 7).

[Unknown.] 1988. Holy oldies! It's Robin and Otis [Burt Ward appearances]. USA Today (Dec 8).

[Unknown.] 1988. More papers hit 'Cathy' strip. Albany Times Union (Oct 29):A2.

[Unknown.] 1988. Spider-Man battles emotional abuse. Children Today 17(May/Jun):2-3.

[Unknown.] 1989. Bloom County's last hurrah Sunday. Albany Times Union (Aug 5):A2.

[Unknown.] 1989. 'Buz Sawyer' finally mustered out [Roy Crane comic strip]. Albany Ties Union (Oct 7):A2.

[Unknown.] 1989. Comics and columns. The Economist 312(Sep 30):28.

[Unknown.] 1989. Comics screen [TV and movie adaptations of comics]. Comics Scene (8):67-70.

[Unknown.] 1989. 'Dead' to the world [Stephen Bissette]. Comics Scene (8):6-7.

[Unknown.] 1989. 'Doonesbury' in AIDS controversy. Albany Times Union (Apr 6):A2.

[Unknown.] 1989. More Manga [Viz Comics]. Comics Scene (7):6.

[Unknown.] 1989. The comics screen [TV and movie adaptations of comics]. Comics Scene (7):67-68.

[Unknown.] 1989. The Disney World of Postage Stamps Album Bedford NH: Brookman, Barrett & Worthen.

[Unknown.] 1989. The vault of 'Horror' [horror comics]. Comics Scene (8):7.

[Unknown.] 1989. Unpleasant dreams [Nightmare on Elm Street; comic adaptation of movies; Steve Gerber]. Comics Scene (8):7.

[Unknown.] 1989. 'Vox' populi [Apple Comics' Vox]. Comics Scene (7):7.

[Unknown.] 1990. Another Skippy [editorial on Percy Crosby's Skippy and Trudeau's Doonesbury]. Time (Aug 6):10.

[Unknown.] 1990. DC Comics gives Batman sidekick [new Robin Tim Drake]. Albany Times Union (Oct 26):C7.

[Unknown.] 1990. Highbrow comic books. U.S. News & World Report 108(19; May 14):80-81.

[Unknown.] 1990. Islam's Satanic comics. Newsweek 115(Feb 5):36.

[Unknown.] 1990. Joe Hotline [Comic Book Database]. DBMS (Business Software) 3(5; May):12.

[Unknown.] 1990. Literary disputes: The strip-cartoon Koran. The Economist 314(Jan 27):94-95.

[Unknown.] 1991. Bill Mumy's return trip. People Weekly 35(Jun 3):46.

[Unknown.] 1991. Black cartoonists bring new color to the comics. Time 138(21; Nov 25):104-106.

[Unknown.] 1991. Comic Books: A roundup of new titles. Library Journal 116(10; Jun 1):132-149.

[Unknown.] 1991. Comics and censorship: the plumber's revenge. The Economist 318(Jan 19):82.

[Unknown.] 1991. Comics outlast their creators. Albany Times Union (Aug 30):C1.

[Unknown.] 1991. Japanese show helps kids develop taste for cooking [comic strip on cooking]. Albany Times Union (Oct 27):T42.

[Unknown.] 1991. Marvel Comics [stock offering]. Washington Post (Jul 17):D2.

[Unknown.] 1991. Spidey's man [Todd McFarlane]. People Weekly 35(May 6):105.

[Unknown.] 1991. Stock offerings: Now he'll need a power tie [Marvel Comics' stock offering]. Time (Jul 8).

[Unknown.] 1992. After DC Comics disappears him from its pages, Superman will only be faster than a spent bullet. People Weekly 38(12; Sep 12):148.

[Unknown.] 1992. Artist Rob Liefeld draws on his imagination and creates Youngblood, the hottest comic book around. People Weekly 37(23; Jun 15):89-92.

[Unknown.] 1992. Dahmer comic book ordered off market. Albany Times Union (Nov 19):A11.

[Unknown.] 1992. Drawing a Joker [Jack Nicholson gives movie props to Georgetown University]. Washington Post (Feb 8):D3.

[Unknown.] 1992. Give ya two Jack Rubys for a School Book Depository [Eclipse Comics].

[Unknown.] 1992. Marvel and Fleer agree: A merger is in the cards. Washington Post (Jul 25).

[Unknown.] 1992. Metropolis newspaper mourns the superhero. Albany Times Union (Nov 19):A15.

[Unknown.] 1992. Sexism In Comics. Japan Economic Journal 30(1534; Sep 12):7.

[Unknown.] 1992. Syndicates/News Services [Comics]. Editor & Publisher 125(45; Nov 7):32.

[Unknown.] 1992. Syndicates/News Services [Comics]. Editor & Publisher125(50; Dec 12):32.

[Unknown.] 1992. Time and economics prove Superman mortal. Albany Times Union (Sep 4):A1.

[Unknown.] 1992. X-men move from Marvel to Malibu [artists leaving]. Washington Times (Feb 20).

[Unknown.] 1993. [Denys Cowan interview.] Comics Journal (160; Jun).

[Unknown.] 1993. [Derek Dingle interview.] Comics Journal (160; Jun).

[Unknown.] 1993. [Dwayne McDuffie interview.] Comics Journal (160; Jun).

[Unknown.] 1993. [Ho Che Anderson interview.] Comics Journal (160; Jun).

[Unknown.] 1993. [Jason and David Sims interview.] Comics Journal (160; Jun).

[Unknown.] 1993. [Michael Davis interview.] Comics Journal (160; Jun).

[Unknown.] 1993. [Nabile Hage interview.] Comics Journal (160; Jun).

[Unknown.] 1993. [Stan Shaw interview.] Comics Journal (160; Jun).

[Unknown.] 1993. After more than 25 years as Chekhov, Star Trek's Walter Koenig launches a new enterprise: His own comic book. People Weekly 39(23; Jan 14):62.

[Unknown.] 1993. Arts and Humanities [Trade Comics]. Library Journal 118(12; Jul):74.

[Unknown.] 1993. Beavis and Butt-Head lose their fire [MTV moves controversial show to new time slot]. Broadcasting and Cable 123(42; Oct 18):22.

[Unknown.] 1993. Cheap Novelties: The Pleasures of Urban Decay [review of book by B. Katchor]. American Heritage 44(8; Dec):98-99.

[Unknown.] 1993. Chemistry in comics [Letter]. Chemistry in Britain 29(6; Jun):481.

[Unknown.] 1993. Christian Comic Books Hope to Soar. Christianity Today 37(8; Jul 19):48.

[Unknown.] 1993. Comic power [art exhibit]. New Yorker (Oct 18).

[Unknown.] 1993. Editorial: Smoking [advertising in comics]. Ann Arbor [MI] News (Apr 15):12A.

[Unknown.] 1993. Investor Ron Perelman [increasing stake in Marvel]. Washington Post (Mar 23).

[Unknown.] 1993. It's A Bird, It's A Plane... [DC Comics' Superman]. Business Week (3314; Apr 12):40.

[Unknown.] 1993. News and notes [online database of cartoons]. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 52(7; Jul):491.

[Unknown.] 1993. Society: Smoking and advertising [using comics]. Tobacco Alert (Jan):2.

[Unknown.] 1993. Syndicates/News Services [Comics]. Editor & Publisher 126(2; Jan 9):28.

[Unknown.] 1993. The Encyclopedia of American Comics [book review]. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Serials Librarianship 4(3):72.

[Unknown.] 1993. The forbidden books of youth [Matt Groening, Jules Feiffer]. New York Times (Jun 6).

[Unknown.] 1993. Whoosh! New superheroes liberate the old-boy network. New York Times (Aug 4):C1.

[Unknown.] 1994. A matter of taste [Doug Marlette's Howard Stern cartoon]. Editor and Publisher 127(17; Apr 23):18.

[Unknown.] 1994. Actor Cesar Romero Dies at 86; Played the Joker on 'Batman.' Washington Post (Jan 3).

[Unknown.] 1994. Bah, Hamburg! German police are confounded by a bomber-extortionist who calles himself Dagobert - the German name for the cartoon character Scrooge McDuck. People Weekly 41(12; Apr 4):119.

[Unknown.] 1994. Big news from Big Comics; all the latest releases from the major players. Magazine & Bookseller 50(6; Sep):31.

[Unknown.] 1994. 'Bud' Sagendorf, 79; drew 'Popeye' [obituary]. Albany Times Union (Sep 24):B8.

[Unknown.] 1994. Building a new kids block [Marvel/Genesis superhero cartoon teamup]. Electronic Media 13(10; Mar 7):3.

[Unknown.] 1994. Campus journalism [campus newspaper and controversial cartoons]. Editor and Publisher 127(3; Jan 15):16.

[Unknown.] 1994. Cartoon causes strife [censorship]. Library Journal 119(Mar 1):26.

[Unknown.] 1994. Cartoon's message backfires in California. Editor and Publisher 127(8; Feb 19):9.

[Unknown.] 1994. Charles Addam's ghoulish cartoons. The Economist 331(7857; Apr 2):82.

[Unknown.] 1994. Code of dishonor [advertisements in Batman comic]. Entertainment Weekly (Aug 26).

[Unknown.] 1994. Comic book ruled obscene in Florida [M. Diana]. PNLA Quarterly 58(Summer):20.

[Unknown.] 1994. Comic Book Ruled Obscene In Florida. Publishers Weekly 241(14; Apr 4):10.

[Unknown.] 1994. Comics Aren't Just for Superheroes. Publishers Weekly 241(38; Sep 19):20.

[Unknown.] 1994. Controversial cartoon passes press council review. Editor and Publisher 127(48; Nov 26):13.

[Unknown.] 1994. DC Comics Tackles Monumental Project. Publishing & Production Executive 8(9; Oct):20.

[Unknown.] 1994. Ethics [editorial cartoons]. The Quill 82(3; Apr):12.

[Unknown.] 1994. Four color images [Kim Deitch exhibit announcement]. New Yorker (Jun 27).

[Unknown.] 1994. Great moments in hero worship [comics and smoking]. Fortune 129(12; Jun 12):152.

[Unknown.] 1994. Holy royalties! A senator's crusade for Batman. Washington Post (May 19):D3.

[Unknown.] 1994. Illustration, design, picture books, and comics. Children's Literature Association Quarterly 20(2):87.

[Unknown.] 1994. Imaging by Wabit [Batman cartoon imaging software]. Broadcasting and Cable 124(30; Jul 25):76.

[Unknown.] 1994. Jack Kirby, 76; artist for comic books [obituary]. Albany Times Union (Feb 8):B10.

[Unknown.] 1994. Kids [comics]. Entertainment Weekly (255/256; Dec 30):138.

[Unknown.] 1994. Larry Gonick's 'The Cartoon History of the Universe' and 'The Cartoon History of the Universe II.' New York Times Book Review (Dec 18):15.

[Unknown.] 1994. Literary lament [John Updike's letter about Spider-Man to the Boston Globe]. Washington Post (Jan 19).

[Unknown.] 1994. Lonely pleasures: Japan [comics]. The Economist 322(7873; Jul 23):84.

[Unknown.] 1994. Magazines [Comic Book Monthly]. Library Journal 119(13; Aug):144.

[Unknown.] 1994. Marvel Entertainment [hired Bruce Stein]. Washington Post (Jun 21).

[Unknown.] 1994. Marvel Entertainment Group [bought Heroes World]. Washington Post (Dec 29):D12.

[Unknown.] 1994. Marvel Entertainment Group [bought Malibu Comics]. Washington Post (Nov 4).

[Unknown.] 1994. Merchandising strategy [cartoon character product licensing]. Stores 76(2; Feb):18.

[Unknown.] 1994. More than just an aquarium [educational comic books]. Science Activities 31(3; Fall):40.

[Unknown.] 1994. Newspaper apologizes [offensive cartoon published]. Editor and Publisher 127(13; Mar 26):16.

[Unknown.] 1994. Penthouse comic book refused entry into Canada. Media Report to Women 22(3; Summer):2.

[Unknown.] 1994. Poking fun at the Pope [Doug Marlette's cartoons]. Editor and Publisher 127(27; Jul 2):12.

[Unknown.] 1994. Police chief seizes newspapers with critical cartoon on cover. National Bulletin on Police Misconduct 11(10; Oct):5.

[Unknown.] 1994. Pow! Image Is A Knockout. Business Week (3394; Oct 17):58.

[Unknown.] 1994. Private time [women and cartoons]. Glamour 92(2; Feb):86.

[Unknown.] 1994. Roy Lichtenstein's cartoons. The Economist 330(7844; Jan 8):85.

[Unknown.] 1994. Sights unseen [cartoon]. Life 17(5; May):92.

[Unknown.] 1994. 'Space Ghost' reappears [on Cartoon Network talk show]. Electronic Media 13(15; Apr 11):4.

[Unknown.] 1994. Special Report: Printing & Graphic Arts [Comics]. Baltimore Business Journal 12(24; Nov 4):15.

[Unknown.] 1994. Syndicates criticize comics firm. Editor & Publisher 127(33; Aug 13):32.

[Unknown.] 1994. Syndicates/News Services [cartoonists' vacations]. Editor and Publisher 127(19; May 7):34.

[Unknown.] 1994. Syndicates/News Services [comics]. Editor and Publisher 127(25; Jun 18):42.

[Unknown.] 1994. Syndicates/News Services [funnies in New York papers]. Editor and Publisher 127(12; Mar 19):58.

[Unknown.] 1994. Syndicates/News Services [Gingrich and political cartoon]. Editor and Publisher 127(47; Nov 19):40.

[Unknown.] 1994. Syndicates/News Services [using computers to draw cartoons]. Editor and Publisher 127(3; Jan 15):42.

[Unknown.] 1994. Tariff classification, ruling letters: Revocation: Base metal figures of comic book characters. Customs Bulletin and Decisions 28(37; Sep 14):8.

[Unknown.] 1994. The house that Beavis and Butt-Head built. Cable Vision 19(2; Jul 25):40.

[Unknown.] 1994. The ink of human kindness [political cartoonists]. The Economist 331(7868; Jun 18):A34.

[Unknown.] 1994. The new adult comic books. U.S. News & World Report 117(7; Aug 15):56.

[Unknown.] 1994. The power of the pen [political cartoonists]. Scholastic Update 127(3; Oct 7):22.

[Unknown.] 1994. Time-out: Le Neon - The French American Theatre presents 'La Famille Fenouillard,' an adaptation of a comic strip by Christophe... Virginia [Arlington] Sun Weekly (Feb 24):10.

[Unknown.] 1994. Tooned out [censorship of comics]. Time 143(26; Jun 27):26.

[Unknown.] 1994. Walter Lantz Dies at 93; Cartoonist was Creator of Woody Woodpecker. Washington Post (Mar 24).

[Unknown.] 1995. A chocolate contender [Crumb's Devil Girl Choco-Bars]. New York Times (Apr 20).

[Unknown.] 1995. A week in the life [Superman inker Jose Marzan]. Entertainment Weekly (Feb 24).

[Unknown.] 1995. Art mimics real life on comics pages [For Better or For Worse]. Albany Times Union (Apr 22):A6.

[Unknown.] 1995. Back to Basics, Superhero-Style. Magazine & Bookseller 51(4; June):15.

[Unknown.] 1995. Beetle Bailey, other comics reflect nation's social history. Albany Times Union (Jan 20):C4.

[Unknown.] 1995. Brazilian comic books. The Economist 335(7913; May 6):86.

[Unknown.] 1995. Byting the hand [online comic]. People Weekly 43(10; Mar 13):89.

[Unknown.] 1995. Calvin, Hobbes strip to cease. Albany Times Union (Nov 10):A2.

[Unknown.] 1995. Carl Giles, British Cartoonist [obituary]. Washington Post (Aug 30).

[Unknown.] 1995. Cartoon auction. Cartoonist Profiles (105; Mar):94.

[Unknown.] 1995. Cartoonist to send 'Outland' to comics heaven March 26. Albany Times Union (Jan 13):A2.

[Unknown.] 1995. Chronicle: A cartoonist and his wife may just be lurking in a French cave [Crumb]. New York Times (Aug 29).

[Unknown.] 1995. Comic artists and characters at first-day ceremony [comic strip classics stamps]. Linn's Stamp News (3491; Oct 2):2.

[Unknown.] 1995. Comic book promotes bicycle safety. Canadian Medical Association Journal 153(2):191.

[Unknown.] 1995. Comic classics ceremony update [stamps]. Linn's Stamp News (Sep 11).

[Unknown.] 1995. Comic Strip [comic book/movie tie-ins]. Magazine & Bookseller 51(4; Jun):18.

[Unknown.] 1995. Comic strip classics kick off stamp collecting month. Stamps 253(4; Oct 21):1.

[Unknown.] 1995. Comic strip classics unveiled in Washington, DC. Stamps 251(10; Jun 3):1.

[Unknown.] 1995. Comic strip stamps. San Francisco Chronicle (May 10).

[Unknown.] 1995. Comic strips continue to reflect society. USA Today (Magazine) 124(2603; Aug):13.

[Unknown.] 1995. Comics [Reviews]. Boston Phoenix 24(27; Jul 7):6.

[Unknown.] 1995. Comics History. Cartoonist Profiles (106; Jun):62.

[Unknown.] 1995. Comics: Are They Expressive or Incidental? Publishers Weekly 242(6; Feb 6):20.

[Unknown.] 1995. Coming Attractions [Conde Nast, Archie Comics]. Magazine & Bookseller 51(4; Jun):24.

[Unknown.] 1995. Cover story [cartoon exhibit]. Library of Congress Information Bulletin 54(4; Feb 20):68.

[Unknown.] 1995. Cover story ['Featuring the Funnies' exhibit]. Library of Congress Information Bulletin 54(13; Jun 26):289.

[Unknown.] 1995. Critics cross over cover [Art Spiegelman New Yorker cover]. Albany Times Union (Apr 11):A2.

[Unknown.] 1995. Draw your own conclusions. San Francisco Examiner (Nov 10).

[Unknown.] 1995. Eclectic [popularity of comic books]. The Economist 337(Dec 16):82-84.

[Unknown.] 1995. Eclectic: Japanese Manga. The Economist 337(7945; Dec 16):81.

[Unknown.] 1995. HBO's 'Little Lulu' cute enough to 'choff.' San Francisco Examiner (Oct 21).

[Unknown.] 1995. Heroic comic strip dog dies [For Better or For Worse]. San Francisco Chronicle (Apr 22).

[Unknown.] 1995. John McMeel is the king of comics among the likes of Garfield, Ziggy and Calvin and Hobbes. Kansas City Business Journal 13(21; Feb 10):3.

[Unknown.] 1995. Marketing [Universal and Marvel Comics]. Amusement Business 107(16; Apr 16):7.

[Unknown.] 1995. Media [Asian cartoonists]. Far Eastern Economic Review 158(25; Jun 22):86.

[Unknown.] 1995. Milestoons [marriages, births and deaths in the comics]. Time (May 22):25.

[Unknown.] 1995. Monica's brood [Brazilian cartoon Monica's Gang]. The Economist 335(May 6):86-87.

[Unknown.] 1995. New typefaces from ITC [based on cartoons]. U and lc 21(4; Spring):24.

[Unknown.] 1995. No funny business: You talk, we listen. San Francisco Examiner (Aug 9).

[Unknown.] 1995. Obituary: Carol Townsend, West Coast Syndicate founder. San Francisco Chronicle (Jul 29).

[Unknown.] 1995. Outliers [using comics in AIDS education]. Modern Healthcare 25(12):72.

[Unknown.] 1995. Preiss hires comix expert for online. Publisher's Weekly 242(29; Jul 17):121.

[Unknown.] 1995. Preserving the beauty of our cartoon heritage. Paint and Coatings Industry (7; Jul):68.

[Unknown.] 1995. Publications: Comic Books Take Off: Comic books sales are hopping, as new titles flood the market. Progressive Grocer 74(12):83.

[Unknown.] 1995. Q & A: What old cartoons could be worth. Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine 49(9; Sep):142.

[Unknown.] 1995. Reviews [The Cartoon History of the Universe CD-ROM]. Video Magazine 18(10; Jan):64.

[Unknown.] 1995. Show plans ceremony [comic strip classic stamps]. Linn's Stamp News (Sep 11).

[Unknown.] 1995. Superman heads comic book superheroes: Set to kick off Canadian Stamp Month October 2. Linn's Stamp News (Sep 18):1, 16. [Unknown.] 1995. Syndicates/News Services [cartoon museum in Washington, DC]. Editor and Publisher 128(15; Apr 15):38.

[Unknown.] 1995. Syndicates/News Services [cartoons]. Editor and Publisher 128(17; Apr 29):50.

[Unknown.] 1995. Syndicates/News Services [editors critique cartoon works]. Editor and Publisher 128(33):34.

[Unknown.] 1995. Syndicates/News Services [great cartoonists]. Editor and Publisher 128(23; Jun 10):32.

[Unknown.] 1995. Syndicates/News Services [TMS's fax cartoon]. Editor and Publisher 128(5; Feb 4):34.

[Unknown.] 1995. Tezuka Osamu: Father of postwar manga culture. The East: Higachi 31(3; Sep 1):6.

[Unknown.] 1995. The Cartoon History of the Universe [CD-ROM review]. CD-ROM World 10(1; Jan):71.

[Unknown.] 1995. The funnies take a licking. The Economist 337(Dec 16):81-82.

[Unknown.] 1995. We'd use a burrito to bean the big cheese: 'Dilbert' surveys workplace revenge. San Francisco Examiner (Dec 20).

[Unknown.] 1995. Wife arrested in cartoon studio shooting. San Francisco Chronicle (Jul 7).

[Unknown.] 1996. [Batmobile sold.] Washington Post (Feb 29):C3.

[Unknown.] 1996. A comic book with spiritual powers. Maclean's 109(37; Sep 9):39.

[Unknown.] 1996. An eight-figure deal for Dilbert [S. Adams publishing deal]. Editor and Publisher 129(44; Nov 2):31.

[Unknown.] 1996. Artist to appear at comic book shop [Kevin Conrad]. Albany Times Union (Apr 5):C5.

[Unknown.] 1996. Berne Hogarth, 84; 'Tarzan' illustrator [obituary]. Albany Times Union (Feb 2):B9.

[Unknown.] 1996. Bile needed [editorial cartoonists]. The Economist 341(7990; Nov 2):83.

[Unknown.] 1996. Buckling up with Bill [political cartoonist Mike Luckovich]. People Weekly 46(18; Oct 28):37.

[Unknown.] 1996. Byron Preiss Launches Online Comics Line. Publishers Weekly 243(16):20.

[Unknown.] 1996. Colorado Peeks [cartoons and national parks]. Colorado Business Magazine 23(7; Aug 1):73.

[Unknown.] 1996. Comics, comix and graphic novels: A history of comic art [book review]. Washington Post Book World (Dec 22):13.

[Unknown.] 1996. Creative destroyer [Todd McFarlane]. Success 43(Jan/Feb):36.

[Unknown.] 1996. Dilbert. People Weekly 46(Dec 30):74.

[Unknown.] 1996. Drawing power [movie adaptations of comics]. Entertainment Weekly (323; Apr 19):8.

[Unknown.] 1996. Election '96: Victory for Zonker [Doonesbury and medical marijuana]. Kansas City Star (Nov 7).

[Unknown.] 1996. Exhibitions: Cartoons in Basel. Graphis (305):16.

[Unknown.] 1996. 'Farley' opens shop in gallery [Phil Frank]. San Francisco Chronicle (Jun 21).

[Unknown.] 1996. Ferdinand Johnson, cartoonist [obituary for Moon Mullins artist]. Washington Post (Oct 23).

[Unknown.] 1996. Five arrested after attack over 'Hagar' comic. Albany Times Union (Apr 7):A4.

[Unknown.] 1996. Hercules & Xena: The Comic Book Begins. TV Guide 44(24; Jun 15):36.

[Unknown.] 1996. In an orbit all his own [comic book fan Nick Scoullar]. People Weekly 46(26; Dec 23):75.

[Unknown.] 1996. Jerry Siegel, 81; Superman co-creator [obituary]. Albany Times Union (Jan 31):B6.

[Unknown.] 1996. Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer [review of book by B. Katchor]. New Yorker 72(36; Nov 25):117.

[Unknown.] 1996. Lungren, Zonker and the pot initiative [letter]. San Francisco Chronicle (Oct 4).

[Unknown.] 1996. Maliciously yours [caricature art, National Portrait Gallery]. The Economist 340(7985; Sep 28):101.

[Unknown.] 1996. Mars daily planet [Mars in comics]. People Weekly 46(Dec 30):204.

[Unknown.] 1996. Marvel Entertainment [on the bankruptcy filing]. Washington Post (Dec 31).

[Unknown.] 1996. Marvel Entertainment Group [on third quarter losses]. Washington Post (Nov 13).

[Unknown.] 1996. Marvel Universe [review of book by P. Sanderson]. People Weekly 46(26; Dec 23):34.

[Unknown.] 1996. News in comics ['Comics on the news' series by New York Newsday]. Editor and Publisher 129(44; Nov 2):32.

[Unknown.] 1996. Pennsylvania [reprint with cartoons and editorial content distorting the original meaning]. News Media and the Law 20(3; Summer):25.

[Unknown.] 1996. Peter Drucker, with fleas: Dogbert, Dilbert's cartoon canine consultant, wants to help you become a jargon-spewing management zombie. Fortune 134(10):169.

[Unknown.] 1996. Press: For the downsized, there is Dilbert: A sly cartoon strip speaks for the re-engineered. Time 147(12):82.

[Unknown.] 1996. Radio pioneer Blair Wilson dies [writer for television adaptation of 'Harold Teen']. Kansas City Star (Sep 14).

[Unknown.] 1996. Read all about it [Comics Pricing]. The Economist 339(Apr 6):69-70.

[Unknown.] 1996. Reflux, Issue 2: The Threshold [review of CD-ROM comic book]. MacUser 12(12; Dec):90.

[Unknown.] 1996. Role playing [Omega 7 creator speaks at school]. Kansas City Star (Feb 15).

[Unknown.] 1996. Schulzes' $5 million gift to Sonoma State [Peanuts creator]. San Francisco Chronicle (May 20).

[Unknown.] 1996. Shhh! The wedding is a secret [Clark Kent and Lois Lane]! Time for Kids 2(4; Oct 4):8.

[Unknown.] 1996. Spider-Man spins online web. Broadcasting 126(29; Jul 8):39.

[Unknown.] 1996. Spider-Man vs. Wall Street. U.S. News and World Report 121(25; Dec 23):52.

[Unknown.] 1996. Stargazing: Comic reader [Joan Armatrading]. Kansas City Star (Feb 22).

[Unknown.] 1996. Superman and Lois finally tying the knot. Albany Times Union (Sep 8):A2.

[Unknown.] 1996. Syndicates are on a web-width watch: Comic creators don't find shrinkage of the funnies very funny. Editor and Publisher 129(6):8.

[Unknown.] 1996. Syndicates/News Services [cartoon awards]. Editor and Publisher 129(22):58.

[Unknown.] 1996. Syndicates/News Services [cartoon tax issues]. Editor and Publisher 129(3):34.

[Unknown.] 1996. Take note [Julie Bell's Hard Curve]. Kansas City Star (Nov 25).

[Unknown.] 1996. Take note: Doctor and husband [Rex Morgan wedding]. Kansas City Star (Aug 3).

[Unknown.] 1996. Teenage Mutant Ninja burgers: Bringing cartoon characters to the dinner table. Leisure Management 16(11):56.

[Unknown.] 1996. The coach carries on [Gil Thorpe comic strip]. Sports Illustrated 84(14; Apr 8):24.

[Unknown.] 1996. The continuing adventures of... Serials! [movie action serials]. Kansas City Star (Sep 28).

[Unknown.] 1996. The drawing board [natural cartoons]. Artist's Magazine 13(7; Jul 1):17.

[Unknown.] 1996. The joke is on the job [D. Waisglass's and G. Coulthart's 'Farcus' strip]. Maclean's 109(10; Mar 4):70.

[Unknown.] 1996. The last laugh: Cartoons by the late Ollie Harrington tell it like it is - and was. Ebony 51(4; Feb 1):122.

[Unknown.] 1996. The nation: A little respect, please [comic strip]. Kansas City Star (Dec 19).

[Unknown.] 1996. Tintin and the intellectuals [French-language comic books]. The Economist 339(Jun 29):86-87.

[Unknown.] 1996. To the rescue: Superman's big mission in Bosnia. Time for Kids 2(8; Nov 8):6.

[Unknown.] 1996. 'Tommy' flatters by drawing on past. San Francisco Chronicle (Nov 5).

[Unknown.] 1996. Top 5 'toons. Time for Kids (Nov 8):2.

[Unknown.] 1996. Top of the town Quincy Jones [Jones appearance in comic strip]. Variety 365(Nov 18-24):50.

[Unknown.] 1996. Tottering Hall, Pimmshire [cartoon exhibit]. Country Life 190(46; Nov 14):40.

[Unknown.] 1996. University grant to preserve archives [Street and Smith archives]. Albany Times Union (Sep 26):B2.

[Unknown.] 1996. W.C. Middle School Students Enjoy Using 'Comics In Action.' Fremont [MI] Times-Indicator (Nov 20):6.

[Unknown.] 1997. [Review of Mojo Press's Weird Business graphic novel]. Austin Chronicle (Jan 10).

[Unknown.] 1997. A mix of history and pop culture [M. Cavna's 'Warped' strip]. Editor and Publisher 130(11; Mar 15):31.

[Unknown.] 1997. A real-life action hero [Alonzo Washington and Omega 7; Black-published comics]. People Weekly 47(14; Apr 14):102.

[Unknown.] 1997. Alexander Salkind dies at 76; co-produced 'Superman' films. Washington Post (Mar 19):B4.

[Unknown.] 1997. Artist John Pope dies of cancer at 38 [political cartoonist]. Northern Virginia Sun Weekly (Nov 6):9.

[Unknown.] 1997. Asia's toonsville [Phillipine animation]. Economist (Feb 22):75.

[Unknown.] 1997. Bankruptcy judge allows Marvel to suspend payments. New York Times (Jun 6).

[Unknown.] 1997. Battle for Marvel: Icahn gains victory. Kansas City Star (Feb 26).

[Unknown.] 1997. Ben Raleigh, Lyricist [obituary; wrote Scooby-Doo theme]. Washington Post (Mar 3).

[Unknown.] 1997. Book currents: Wile E. Cartoonist [animator Chuck Jones]. New Yorker (Dec 15).

[Unknown.] 1997. Book notes [Dilbert]. USA Today (May 27).

[Unknown.] 1997. Business digest: Marvel Entertainment Group [bankruptcy]. Kansas City Star (Mar 8).

[Unknown.] 1997. Business digest: Marvel Entertainment Group's bondholders. Washington Post (Jun 21).

[Unknown.] 1997. Business digest: Marvel Entertainment. Washington Post (Mar 29).

[Unknown.] 1997. Cartoonist remains naysayer on hand-over [L. Feign's Lily Wong strip]. Albany Times Union (Jul 2).

[Unknown.] 1997. Cartoonist, distributor split in contract dispute [Lynn Johnston]. Albany Times Union (Sep 3).

[Unknown.] 1997. Charles George Werner, Editorial Cartoonist [obituary]. Washington Post (Jul 6).

[Unknown.] 1997. Clash of the paper titans [Marvel Entertainment]. The Economist 342(Jan 4):69.

[Unknown.] 1997. Clyde A. Risley [obituary; artist for comic books]. Albany Times Union (Feb 8).

[Unknown.] 1997. Comics page gets a slight reshuffling. San Francisco Chronicle (Jan 20).

[Unknown.] 1997. Corporate notes [Marvel bankruptcy]. Kansas City Star (Jan 23).

[Unknown.] 1997. Curiosities from the stacks of the Liibrary of Congress: War games [playing cards by Mexican caricaturist Antonio Arias Bernal with WWII political cartoons]. Civilization (Dec):20.

[Unknown.] 1997. Deaths: Stubby Kaye, comic actor [Li'l Abner play; animation]. Washington Post (Dec 16):C8.

[Unknown.] 1997. Dilbert [S. Adams' strip]. Time 149(16; Apr 21):59.

[Unknown.] 1997. Dilbert creator understands why they call it work. Albany Times Union (Sep 1).

[Unknown.] 1997. Dubious achievement awards of '96 [Mike Tyson and comics]. Esquire 127(1; Jan):52.

[Unknown.] 1997. Editor's ashes are mixed in ink to print comic book [Mark Gruenwald]. Bergen Record.

[Unknown.] 1997. Educational comic books [about conservation]. Parks and Recreation 32(4; Apr):28-30.

[Unknown.] 1997. Electronic clients to get price break [syndicates selling comics electronically]. Editor and Publisher 130(14; Apr 5):47.

[Unknown.] 1997. 'Family Popcorn' strip syndicated. Editor and Publisher 130(7; Feb 15):38.

[Unknown.] 1997. Films offer variety among the sequels [Hercules, Batman and Robin, Tetsuo II, Steel, Spawn and Men in Black movies]. Albany Times Union (May 8).

[Unknown.] 1997. For Better or For Worse: The Results of the Comics Survey are In. Albany Times Union (Nov 9).

[Unknown.] 1997. Haute cartoon [fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi and artist William Frawley's The Adventures of Sandee the Supermodel]. New Yorker (Nov 10):42-43.

[Unknown.] 1997. Holy underwear, Batman! The caped crusader in all his glory featured in book. Kansas City Star (Jan 2).

[Unknown.] 1997. Honestly delightful [letter; John D. Anderon's Honestly Ethel gay strip]. Washington Blade (Dec 5): 33.

[Unknown.] 1997. In Flanders Fields, there are stars as well as crosses [letter; For Better or For Worse]. Albany Times Union (Nov 19).

[Unknown.] 1997. Jeep Swenson, actor and bodybuilder [obituary; Batman and Robin film]. Washington Post (Sep 1).

[Unknown.] 1997. Keats Petree, Cartoonist [obituary]. Washington Post (Dec 1):B6.

[Unknown.] 1997. Lillian Disney dies at 98: Wife of famous cartoonist. Washington Post (Dec 20):B7.

[Unknown.] 1997. Man of Steel drops cape in wardrobe makeover. Albany Times Union (Jan 4).

[Unknown.] 1997. Marvel to drop Chapter 11 shield or look to liquidate. Albany Times Union (Sep 13).

[Unknown.] 1997. Marvel-lousy [Perelman, Icahn, Marvel Comics]. Economist 342(8008; Mar 15):75.

[Unknown.] 1997. Meadows strip being launched [F. Cho]. Editor and Publisher 130(13; Mar 29):25.

[Unknown.] 1997. Nerdy aardvark storms TV [Arthur cartoon]! WETA Magazine (Jun):6-7, 21.

[Unknown.] 1997. New Comic Debuts [F. Cho's Liberty Meadows]. Albany Times Union (Apr 14).

[Unknown.] 1997. New in paperback: A Jew in Communist Prague, 1. Loss of Innocence, by Giardino [review]. Washington Post (Apr 13).

[Unknown.] 1997. New in paperback: All I Ever Needed to Know I Learned from My Golf-Playing Cats [review of book by R. Bolling]. Washington Post Book World (Aug 10):12.

[Unknown.] 1997. New in paperback: One Big Happy - Should I Spit on Him [review of book by Rick Detorie]. Washington Post Book World (Sep 21):12.

[Unknown.] 1997. No separation from his work [Mark Gruenwald]. Albany Times Union (Aug 28).

[Unknown.] 1997. 'Peanuts' creator gives $1 million for D-Day memorial. Washington Post (Oct 17):B3.

[Unknown.] 1997. Reid Shelton, actor [Obituary, Annie's Daddy Warbucks]. Washington Post (Jun 10):E4.

[Unknown.] 1997. Roy Lichtenstein, pioneer of pop art, is dead at 73. Albany Times Union (Sep 30).

[Unknown.] 1997. Spawn... Back from the dead and ready to party [movie]! Generation Next (Jun).

[Unknown.] 1997. Stanley M. Green, animation artist [obituary]. Washington Post (May 31):B4.

[Unknown.] 1997. Superman as Cyberman [editorial]. New York Times (Jan 14).

[Unknown.] 1997. Superman fan has bond with real-life hero Reeve. Albany Times Union (Apr 11).

[Unknown.] 1997. Talks continue for Marvel sale. Albany Times Union (Aug 30).

[Unknown.] 1997. The Caped Crusader has always been the hero, but now he's also a good guy [Batman and Robin movie]. Baltimore Sun (Jun 20).

[Unknown.] 1997. Two strips end as third thrives [Agatha Grumm and What A Guy canceled; Lockhorns continues]. Editor and Publisher 130(7; Feb 15):37.

[Unknown.] 1997. With Disney's Daily Blast, Web's a Small World After All [online comics]. Albany Times Union (Apr 1).

[Unknown.] 1997. Zap! Pow! Bam [Marvel Comics bankruptcy]! Barron's (Mar 10):34.

[Unknown.] 1998. [Book about Oliphant cartoons; foreword by Bob Dole]. Washington: Library of Congress and Andrews McNeel.

[Unknown.] 1998. [Feature of regional comics artists including Alex Ross, Terry LaBan, and Ivan Brunetti.] Chicago (Feb).

[Unknown.] 1998. [Oliphant exhibit catalog]. Washington: Liibrary of Congress.

[Unknown.] 1998. [Winslow Mortimer obituary]. Putnam [NY] Courier-Trader (Jan 15).

[Unknown.] 1998. A Century of Comic Strips. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. A Collector's Guide. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. A Correction: The Celebrity Caricature Book is from New Haven: Yale University. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. A Family Friend. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. ABC, A weekly shout. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. ABC, Scandals and Comic Strips. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. An Eagle in Space. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Antecedents. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Bubi in Slumberland. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Cartoomics '98: A Guide to the Cartoomics Exhibition '98. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Consider the alternatives, man [Simpsons animated TV show]. Washington Post (Jan 18):C5.

[Unknown.] 1998. Cuore. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Edutainment. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Family Values. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Good Reading. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Il Giornalino's Paper Heroes. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Il Messaggero Dei Ragazzi. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Illustrating Asia: Comics, Humour Magazines and Picture Books. Curzon Press.

[Unknown.] 1998. John J. Sikela, 91, Drew for Superman, Superboy [obituary]. Cleveland Plain Dealer (25 Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Just Look at th4e Pictures! Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Left Wing Comics. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Little Pravda. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Looking for Lost Cartoons. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Mysteries and Treasures of Yesterday's and Today's Comic Pages. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Red Clouds. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Red Stars and Stripes. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Scandals in Strips. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Seduction of the Innocent. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Supplememts, Inserts, Newspaper Sections. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. The Golden Years of 'Puck.' Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. The Metamorphoses of a Magazine. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. The Middle-Class Tradition. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. The Popular Vision. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Then someone decided it was time to laugh. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

[Unknown.] 1998. Vie Nuove. Immagini and Fumetti (7; Mar).

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[Unknown] 1986 'Caricaturing China's Deng: The Face of Reform' Newsweek Sept.1, pp.57

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[Unknown]. 1996. Insider: It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a new Superman cartoon! TV Guide 44(25; Jun 22):7.

[Unknown]. 1996. Lighter Side: Scott Adams' comic strip is often management at its worst. Management Review 85(2):64.

[Unknown]. 1996. Pluck of the draw [Rhymes with Orange's Hilary Price]. People Weekly 46(Sep 23):78.

[Unknown]. 1996. Popeye and Olive Oyl. People Weekly 40(Feb 12):178-179.

[Unknown]. 1996. The Walt Disney of Brazil [Mauricio de Sousa]. Success 43(Jun):43-44.

[Unknown]. 1996. Willie Rushton, British Humorist [obituary for Daily Telegraph cartoonist]. Washington Post (Dec 14).

[Various.] 1997. Perspectives 1997. Newsweek (Dec 29):93-130.

[Various.] 1997. The year in cartoons [editorial cartoons]. Washington Post (Dec 21):C8.

[Various.] 1998. [Feature issue on French comics; in French; cover by Jacques Tardi, French comics industry; interview with Herge's widow's husband Nick Rodwell; comic panels replace photographs; work featured includes Tardi, Baru, F'Murr, David B., Jean-Christophe Chauzy, Stefano Ricci, Remi, Jean-Christophe Menu, Thierry Guitard, Thomas Ott, Pascal Rabate, Beb Deum, Sardon, Tronchet, Philippe Vuillemin, Edmond Baudoin, Nicolas de Crecy, Floch, Ted Benoit, Joost Swarte, Blutch, Dupuy and Berberian, and Caroline Sury]. Liberation (Jan 22).

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Arnold, Andrew D. 2000. Boring's exciting ride: A comic book saga comes to a resonant end [Dan Clowes]. Time (April 24)

Arnold, Andrew D. 2000. Web Exclusive - Q and A With Comicbook Master Chris Ware; TIME.com's Andrew Arnold talked with the much-heralded author of 'Jimmy Corrigan'. Time.com (September 1).

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. A Bad Marriage: TIME.comix looks at Will Eisner's ''Name of the Game''.

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. A Life Missed: TIME.comix looks at 'Hey, Wait...' [Norwegian comic by Jason]. Time.com (October 16): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,179518,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. A Millionaire's Sock Monkey Offers Strange Comfort: TIME.comix examines the charming, disturbing world of 'Sock Monkey'. Time.com (February 15): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,99567,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Abomination or Magnum Opus? TIME.comix on an adaptation of Proust's 'Remembrance of Things Past' [French graphic novel by Stephane Heuet from NBM]. Time.com (May 11): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,109271,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. All the Right Moves in 'All the Wrong Places': TIME.comix looks at Tom Galambos' novella. Time.com (June 22): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,131454,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. All Yours in No Easy Steps: TIME.comix takes lessons from Eddie Campbell's 'Alec: How to be an Artist'. Time.com (May 31): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,128668,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Almost Too Much: TIME.comix gets sold on Kindt and Hall's debut, 'Pistolwhip'. Time.com (August 17): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,169665,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Anticipating a 'Ghost World': TIME.comix looks at the first 'underground' comix movie adaptation in 25 years [Clowes movie]. Time.com (July 20): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,168182,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Best + Worst 2001: Comics. Time.com (December): http://www.time.com/time/bestworst2001/comics.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Comix as Performace: TIME.comix goes to a club [''Comics Decode'']. Time.com (October 30): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,181648,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Comix Leaves: A preview of graphic literature in the fall of 2001. Time.com (August 24): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,172480,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Consciousness Raising: TIME.comix looks at a lost history of 'Great Women Cartoonists'. Time.com (December 11): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,187936,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Debut Double Feature: TIME.comix looks at two new titles: 'Grickle' and 'RPM Comics'. Time.com (May 18): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,109975,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Does X Mark the Spot? Andrew Arnold examines the etymology of 'comix' versus 'comics' [underground]. Time.com (April 8): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,105359,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Don't Put That Stuff in Your Ear! TIME.comix looks at Paul Pope's 'Heavy Liquid'. Time.com (March 16): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,102703,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Draw Your Life as a Comic: TIME.comix looks at Harvey Pekar's 'American Splendor'. Time.com (April 27): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,107746,00.html

Arnold, Andrew d. 2001. Falling in Love With Comic Books: TIME.comix: Andrew Arnold's first in a weekly column dedicated to the comix medium examines a new old romance title. Time.com (February 9): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,98839,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. How Much for Those Comix? TIME.comix reads 'Bizarro Comics'. Time.com (June 29): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,165775,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Lemons into Lemonade: TIME.comix looks at 'Legal Action Comics'. Time.com (September 7): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,173857,00.html =

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. 'Love' Comix/'Hate' Comix: TIME.comix looks at the new 'Love and Rockets' and 'Hate'. Time.com (March 9): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,101886,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Making a Killing: TIME.comix compares the movie and book versions of ''From Hell''. Time.com (October 23): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,180558,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Mute Stories Speak a Universal Language: TIME.comix examines Jim Woodring's 'Frank'. Time.com (February 22): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,100332,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. New York, New York: TIME.comix looks at two works from the Big City [Alex Robinson's 'Box Office Poison,' Dean Haspiel's 'Opposable Thumbs']. Time.com (July 27): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,169108,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Not Just for Adults Anymore: ''Little Lit'' provides comix for kids. Time.com (November 13): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,184222,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Out of the Ballpark: TIME.comix does the wave for James Sturm's 'The Golem's Mighty Swing'. Time.com (August 17): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,171550,00.html =

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. 'Peanuts' Reconsidered: TIME.comix looks at 'The Art of Charles M. Schulz'. Time.com (December 4): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,186671,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Reading A Good Box: Two new ways to read comix [Jordan Crane's Non and Slovenia's Stripburger #28]. Time.com (October 2): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,178465,00.html

Arnold, Andrew d. 2001. See You in the Funny Papers : TIME.comix looks at Andi Watson's 'Breakfast After Noon'. Time.com (March 7): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,101083,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. The Big Show: TIME.comix goes to the museum to see Ben Katchor's work. Time.com (September 21): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,174299,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. The Depressing Joy of Chris Ware: TIME.comix looks at the latest ''Acme Novelty Library''. Time.com (November 27): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,185722,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. The Future Is Now, Unfortunately: TIME.comix looks at Ted Rall's '2024'. Time.com (June 8): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,129518,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. The Gods Have Prophesied Nine Years: TIME.comix settles in for Eric Shanower's Trojan war epic. Time.com (June 15): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,130463,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Watching the the Watchers: TIME.comix looks at 'The Comics Journal'. Time.com (August 31): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,173004,00.html =

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. What Goes On Behind Closed Eyes: TIME.comix experiences 'The Extended Dream of Mr. D' [Spanish comic by Max]. Time.com (March 16): http://www.time.com/time/sampler/article/0,8599,103505,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2001. Will Superheroes Meet Their Doom? The comicbook industry reacts to September 11. Time.com (October 2): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,177759,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. A Comix Panel: Six top artists discuss comix [Art Spiegelman, Kim Deitch, Charles Burns, Chris Ware, Richard McGuire, Kaz, and Chip Kidd]. Time.com (March 6). online at http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,214142,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. A Fresh Look at Porn Comix: TIME.comix shamelessly goes for hits. Time.com ( June 5): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,259373,00.html <=

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. A Fresh Look at Porn Comix: TIME.comix shamelessly goes for hits. Time.com ( June 5): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,259373,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. A Good Habit: TIME.comix looks at ''Too Much Coffee Man''. Time.com (March 12). online at http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,216744,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. A Punchy But Winning Boxing Comix: TIME.comix on Baru's ''Road to America= ''. Time.com (May 21): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,241092,00.html <=

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. A Punchy But Winning Boxing Comix: TIME.comix on Baru's ''Road to America''. Time.com (May 21): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,241092,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Actions Speaking Louder: TIME.comix on Jason's ''Sshhhh!''. Time.com (August 13): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,336663,00.htm

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Adrian Tomine's ''Summer Blonde'': TIME.comix on a smart blonde. Time.com (July 2): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,286282,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Are We Having Art Yet? TIME.comix looks at 'Zippy the Pinhead'. Time.com (January 22): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,195395,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. At Lest, a Heppy Lend: TIME.comix on ''Krazy Kat''. Time.com (March 19). online at http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,218816,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Batsy's Back: TIME.comix on ''The Dark Knight Strikes Again''. Time.com (August 6): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,334238,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Blood Work: TIME.comix on Eric Drooker's Picture Poem. Time.com (November 15): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,390556,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Bringing Comix to Life: A look at Andrew Zaben's ''Tuesday and Thursday''. Time.com (June 11): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,261262,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Comix About Real World Problems: TIME.comix on the small pleasures of Andi Watson's work. Time.com (May 7): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,235010,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Comix Cornucopias: TIME.comix on four new anthologies. Time.com (September 20): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,353101,00.html =

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Comix Love: TIME.comix reads a real-life romance book. Time.com (February 26): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,213095,00.html <=

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Comix Love: TIME.comix reads a real-life romance book. Time.com (February 26): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,213095,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Comix Reading: TIME.comix looks at ''The Comics Journal Special Edition''. Time.com (February 12): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,201973,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Dan Clowes Returns to Form: TIME.comix looks at the new ''Eightball''. Time.com (January 6): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,191033,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Hauling Garbage and Knowing Jeffrey Dahmer: Two true-life comix by ''Derf''. Time.com (April 16): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,230442,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. In It's Grip: TIME.comix on Gilbert Hernandez' ''Grip''. Time.com (April 2): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,221191,00.html <=

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. In It's Grip: TIME.comix on Gilbert Hernandez' ''Grip''. Time.com (April 2): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,221191,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Life, the Universe and Sequential Art: TIME.comix on Dave McKean's 'Cages'. Time.com (August 27): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,344791,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Living La Vida Perversa: TIME.comix on Dan Raeburn's ''The Imp'' Time.com (December 5): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,397002,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Lost in New York: TIME.comix on Leela Corman's ''Subway Series''. Time.com (October 4): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,358088,00.html <=

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Lost, Found and Maybe Lost Again [Top Shelf]. Time.com (April 9): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,229505,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Making It Up as You Go Along: TIME.comix on Lynda Barry's ''One Hundred Demons''. Time.com (October 18 ): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,365835,00.html <=

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. MoCCA Go Go: TIME.comix goes to a festival. Time.com (June 25): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/printout/0,8816,265977,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Portrait of the Artist as a Teenage Girl: TIME.comix on Phoebe Gloeckner'= s ''Diary''. Time.com (October 24 ): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,384050,00.html <=

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Pow! Biff! Enlightenment! TIME.comix on Alan Moore's 'Promethea'. Time.com (November 22): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,393217,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Reading on the Edge: TIME.comix looks at some weird books [Dutch 'Eiland' and Paul Hornschemeier 'Forlorn Funnies']. Time.com (July 23): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,329888,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. The Man Who Would Draw King: TIME.comix on a biography of M. L. King [by Ho Che Anderson]. Time.com (May 14): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,237679,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. The Most Serious Comix Ever: TIME.comix looks at works about 9/11 [terrorism]. Time.com (January 29): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,197890,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. The Most Serious Comix Pt. 2: TIME.comix examines the mainstream's 9/11 benefit books [terrorism]. Time.com (February 5): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,198966,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. The New War Comix: A look at Ted Rall's ''To Afghanistan and Back''. Time.com (May 28): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,250097,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. The New War Comix: A look at Ted Rall's ''To Afghanistan and Back''. Time.com (May 28): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,250097,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. The Non-Con Comic Con: TIME.comix at the Small Press Expo. Time.com (September 13): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,350691,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. The Original 'Road to Perdition': TIME.comix on the book that inspired the film. Time.com (July 16): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,321312,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. The Puzzling World of Jason Shiga: TIME.comix looks at the work of a not-dead artist. Time.com (November 1): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,386289,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. The Return of Robert Crumb: TIME.comix looks at ''Mystic Funnies''. Time.com (August 20): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,339112,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. The Transgressive Comix of Kim Deitch: A new collection shows a = neglected master's talents. Time.com (September 27): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,355412,00.html =

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. Two New Comix for Kids: A pair of Japanese imports. Time.com (April 23): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,232659,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2002. What It Feels Like for a Girl: TIME.comix on Debbie Drechsler's ''The Summ= er of Love''. Time.com (October 11): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,364159,00.html <=

Arnold, Andrew D. 2003. A Mensch for All Mediums: TIME.comix talks to ''American Splendor'' creator, Harvey Pekar. Time.com (August 8): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,474360,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2003. An Iranian Girlhood; TIME.comix on Marjane Satrapi's ''Persepolis''. Time.com (May 16): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,452401,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2003. Curl up with a Great Book; TIME.comix on Craig Thompson's new novel, ''Blankets''. Time.com (July 11): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,464146,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2003. Dancing to Your Own Tune: TIME.comix on Marc Bell's ''Shrimpy and Paul''. Time.com (June 13): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,458523,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2003. Down a Dark ''Alley'': TIME.comix on a truely noir adaptation [by Spain] Time.com (March 7): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,430146,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2003. On the ''Cusp'': TIME.comix examines Thomas Herphich's debut. Time.com (February 14): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,422893,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2003. Perfect Summer: TIME.comix on Michel Rabagliati's ''Paul Has a Summer Job''. Time.com (May 2): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,449038,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2003. Really ''Riel'' history: Time.comix on Chester Brown's ''Louis Riel''. Time.com (May 30): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,455465,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2003. Stimulating, Addictive, Neccessary MOCCA: TIME.comix visits the second annual Art Festival. Time.com (June 26): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,461484,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2003. The Art of the Con; TIME.comix visits the world's largest comic convention [Comic-Con International at San Diego]. Time.com (July 25): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,466428,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2003. When Losers Win: TIME.comix on Joe Ollmann's 'Chewing on Tinfoil'. Time.com (March 21): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,435377,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2004. Manga Mon Amour: TIME.comix on the new Japanese-French connection. Time (November 11): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,781511,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2004. Telescoping: TIME.comix looks at the 2005 releases Time (December 10): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,956125,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2004. The Year of the Anthology: TIME.comix on a pair of outstanding showcases [Kramer's Ergot and Scheherazade]. Time (November 24): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,831415,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2004. Unified Comix Theory: TIME.comix on a science biography [Suspended in Language by Jim Ottaviani and Leland Purvis]. Time (October 28): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,735726,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2004.Postcards from Shangri­La: New titles use comix to explore travel.Time.com (October 2):http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,708928,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2005. A First Base Hit and a Guilty Pleasure: TIME.comix looks at two debuts [Nick Jeffrey's 'Centerfield'; Karl Stevens' 'Guilty]. Time.com (May 28): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1066042,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2005. A 'Plot' to Change the World: TIME.comix reviews Will Eisner's final book. Time.com (May 14): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1061405,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2005. Art Imitates Art: TIME.comix on Posy Simmonds' 'Gemma Bovary'. Time.com (February 5): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1025068,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2005. Coming to America: TIME.comix on 'The Four Immigrants Manga'. Time.com (February 19): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1029794,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2005. I Moved Your Damn Cheese! TIME.comix on Tom Hart's 'Hutch Owen: Unmarketable!'. Time.com (January 20): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1018964,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2005. R. Crumb Speaks: TIME.comix captures a conversation between the veteran cartoonist and Robert Hughes. Time.com (April 29): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1055105,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2005. TIME Collection : Comics, Comix and Graphic Novels [bibliography]. Time.com (November 18): http://www.time.com/time/archive/collections/0,21428,c_comics,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2005.''Dungeon''s and Ducks: TIME.comix on the newest French funny book [Joann Sfar and Lewis Trondheim].Time.com (March 19):http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1039186,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2005.Get It 'Or Else': TIME.comix on Kevin Huizenga's new series.Time.com (April 1):http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1043801,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2005.Stitchin' and Bitchin': TIME.comix on Marjane Satrapi's 'Embroideries'.Time.com (April 15):http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1049566,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2005.YOW! Two Generations of Kids Comics: Under the blanket with 'LittleLulu' and 'Nick Mag Presents'.Time.com (March 3):http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1034085,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2006. 5 Gripping Graphic Novels for Grownups: Book-length comics with brains and heart. Oh, and all written by women. Time (October 9). online at http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1541272,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D. 2006. War on Terror; The Terror of War - TIME.comix on 'The 9/11 Report' and 'The Pride of Baghdad'. Time.com (September 18): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1535972,00.html

Arnold, Andrew D., Toko Sekiguchi and Grant Rosenberg. 2005. Comic Book Heroes: How four daring young artists are shaking up the world of cartooning [Paul Hornschemeier, Marjane Satrapi, Rieko Saibara, Joann Sfar]. Time (February 7). online at http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1022582,00.html

Arnold, Andrew. 2003. A Mensch for All Mediums: TIME.comix talks to ‘American Splendor’ creator, Harvey Pekar. TIME.comix (August 8): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,474360,00.html

Arnold, Andrew. 2004. A comic that's good to the Bone. Time (October 11)

Arnold, Andrew. 2004. Best & Worst 2004: The Best Comix. Time.com (December): http://www.time.com/time/bestandworst/2004/comics.html

Arnold, Andrew. 2004. Conscience Comix: Two new works by Peter Kuper. Time (October 14): = http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,724358,00.html =

Arnold, Andrew. 2004. Metaphorically Speaking: TIME.comix talks to David B., author of 'Epileptic'. Time.com (January 7): http://www.time.com/time/columnist/arnold/article/0,9565,1015442,00.html

Arnold, Andrew. 2005. Best of 2005: Comix - TIME.comix columnist Andrew Arnold presents the top graphic literature of the year. Time.com (December 17): http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,1142132,00.html

Arnold, Andy. 2001. Graphic Sketches of Latino Life [Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez]. Time (February 19). online at http://www.time.com/time/innovators_v2/storytellers/profile_hernandez.html

Arnold, Chris. 1997. Comic Entrepreneur [Todd McFarlane]. National Public Radio's Morning Edition (May 7)

Arnold, Chris. 2002. Lawsuit Threatened Over MIT Battle Gear ['Radix' Canadian comic book plagiarism]. National Public Radio's Morning Edition (September 16). online at http://search.npr.org/cf/cmn/cmnpd01fm.cfm?PrgDate=09/16/2002&PrgID=3

Arnold, Edwin T. 1990. Al, Abner and Applalachia [Li'l Abner comic strip]. Appalachian Journal 17(3; Spring):262-275.

Arnold, Gary. 1975. Bringing back 'Bambi'. Washington Post (June 25): B1, 7

Arnold, Gary. 1978. [?]d's super holiday: Will the ageless Man of Steel triumph at the box office [Superman movie]? Washington Post (December 10): H1, 5

Arnold, Gary. 1981. 'Superman II': The plot weakens [movie review]. Washington Post (June 19): C1, 10

Arnold, Gary. 2001. 'Pokemon 3' ups intensity [anime]. Washington Times (April 6): C9

Arnold, Gary. 2005. Disney's uplifting 'Sky': Superhero comedy reminiscent of 'Incredibles'. Washington Times (July 29)

Arnold, Gary. 2005. Monster rabbit on loose [Wallace and Gromit]. Washington Times (October 7)

Arnold, Jeremy. 2001. White's ``Trumpet'' off-key [The Trumpet of the Swan (Animated, color, G, 1:15)]. Reuters / Variety (May 11)

Arnold, K. 1999. Cancer strikes the comic pages. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 91(6: March 17):499-500

Arnold, Thomas K. 2005. Edutainment: Smart programming? Kids' videos hot, but not beloved by all [animation]. USA Today (August 23): 4D

Arnold, William. 2004. 'Team America' takes the war on terror for a viciously funny ride. Seattle Post-Intelligencer (October 15). online at http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/movies/195245_team15q.html

Arnold, William. 2005.Comic­book world of 'Sin City' gleefully revels in a disturbing gorefest.Seattle Post­intelligencer (April 1).online at http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/movies/218296_sincity01q.html

Arnold, William. 2006. Acting, direction and writing poignantly evoke the mystery of 'Superman's' death [Hollywoodland movie and television Superman]. Seattle Post-Intelligencer (September 8). online at http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/movies/284234_hollywoodland08q.html

Arnold, William. 2006. Bring the pooper-scooper to 'Open Season'. Seattle Post-Intelligencer (September 29)

Arnold-Forster, Kate & Nigel Tallis. 1989 The bruising apothecary: images of pharmacy and medicine in caricature London: Pharmaceutical Press.

Arnoldi, Katherine. 1998. The Amazing 'True' Story of a Single Mom [original graphic novel]. Hyperion.

Arnott, Nancy. 1994. Comic relief [Dilbert]. Sales and Marketing Management 146(15; Dec):72.

Aronofsky, Darren and Kent Williams. 2005. The Fountain. New York: Vertigo

Aronson, Julian. 1938. What's funny about funnies? Scholastic 32(Mar 26):18e.

Arrabyee, Nasser. 2006. Yemen court fines journalist over abusive cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. Gulf News (December 7): http://archive.gulfnews.com/articles/06/12/07/10087569.html Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). 2006. YEMEN: Editor convicted and fined over Prophet cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. Niewsbank (December 6): http://www.nieuwsbank.nl/en/2006/12/07/F015.htm

Arrant, Chris. 2006. 20 Years of Retailing at Big Planet Comics PW Comics Week (October 3): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6377254.html?nid=2789

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Bernet Saddles Up With Jonah Hex. PW Comics Week (October 31): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6386688.html?nid=2789

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Bill Willingham's Modern Fables. PW Comics Week (September 26): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6375148.html?nid=2789

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Cease Fire In Marvel's Civil War. PW Comics Week (August 22): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6364497.html?nid=2789

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Colleen Doran on Drawing Shojo Manga. Newsarama (October 2): http://www.newsarama.com/general/Doran/DoranManga.html

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Dark Horse Celebrates 20 Years. PW Comics Week (December 12): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6399115.html?nid=2789

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Dean Haspiel Talks American Splendor. Newsarama (November 1): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=89656

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Go Raina Go! - a Chat with Raina Telgemeier. Newsarama (September 11): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=83614

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Jamie Rich On 12 Reasons Why I Love Her. Newsarama (October 9): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=87024

Arrant, Chris. 2006. JH Williams 3 On Desolation Jones. Newsarama (June 20): http://www.newsarama.com/Wildstorm2/Desolation/JHW3_Jones.html

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Pekar Returns to American Splendor. PW Comics Week (September 5): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6368710.html?nid=2789

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Serena Valentino On The End Of Gloomcookie. Newsarama (October 17): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=87889

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Showing the Dmz: Brian Wood Talks Dmz #12. Newsarama (October 2): http://www.newsarama.com/Vertigo/DMZ/12/DMZ12_wood.html

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Talking to Bart Thompson about Lethal Instinct. Newsarama (November 16): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=91312

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Tarento People: Becky Cloonan. Tokyopop.com (August 29): http://www.tokyopop.com/414.html

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Tarento People: Takeshi Miyazawa [Canadian manga cartoonist] Tokyopop.com (August 19): http://www.tokyopop.com/383.html

Arrant, Chris. 2006. Up and Coming: Meg Hunt [interview]. Newsarama (August 29): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=82218

Arrant, Chris. 2006. War Torn: Brian Wood's DMZ and Supermarket. PW Comics Week (October 3): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6377261.html?nid=2789

Arrant, Chris. 2007. Duck Dealings: Ty Templeton On Howard The Duck. Newsarama (October 19): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=133576

Arrant, Chris. 2007. Talking Loners With Editor Bill Rosemann. Newsarama (January 17): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=97848

Arrant, Chris. 2008. Entering Narcopolis I: Jamie Delano. Newsarama (January 3): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=141731

Arrant, Chris. 2008. Entering Narcopolis II: Jeremy Rock. Newsarama (January 4): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=141898

Arrant, Chris. 2008. In The Aftermath: Josh Neufeld On A.D. - After The Deluge. Newsarama (January 28): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=144786

Arrant, Chris. 2008. Jim Starlin On The Coming Rann-Thanagar War Newsarama (March 5): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=149105

Arrant, Chris. 2008. Karen Berger on the Vertigo Crime Line. Newsarama (August 15): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/080815-VertigoCrime.html

Arrant, Chris. 2008. Phil Noto on Superman/ Supergirl: Maelstrom. Newsarama (November 15): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/110805-Maelstrom-Noto.html

Arrant, Chris. 2008. Stuart Immonen On Centifolia. Newsarama (April 9): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=152996

Arrant, Chris. 2008. Talking to The Apocalipstix Team. Newsarama (August 13): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/080813-Apocalipstix.html

Arrant, Chris. 2008. The Big Picture: Jose Villarrubia, II. Newsarama (August 14): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/080814-JoseVillarrubia.html

Arrant, Chris. 2008. Udon Takes Over Murata’s Robot. PW Comics Week (February 26): http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6535260.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. BOING BOING Gives Indie Creator Lucy Knisley a Bounce. Newsarama (July 29): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/070929-FrenchMilkQA.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Brian Wood - Letting Loose the Valkyries in Northlanders. Newsarama (June 19): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/060918-Northlanders18.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Brian Wood DV8s Back to Super-hero Comics With WildStorm. Newsarama (September 15): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/090915-Brian-Wood-DV8.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Catching up with Jamie S. Rich. Newsarama (January 27): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/010927-Jamie-Rich.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Going Inside Ace Face with Mike Dawson. Newsarama (January 30): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/010930-Ace-Face.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Into a ''Pitt'' Of Darkness With Paul Jenkins. Newsarama (September 16): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/090916-Jenkins-Pitt-Darkness.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. It's Time To Meet the Muppets: The Muppet Show Continues. Newsarama (November 11): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/091111-Muppet-Show-Comic.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Making Crime Pay: Joshua Williamson on 'Overlook'. Newsarama (March 19): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/030919-Overlook.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Mike Carey & Peter Gross on Vertigo's 'The Unwritten'. Newsarama (February 27): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/020927-Unwritten.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Molly Go Round: Cartoonist Molly Crabapple Breaks the Mold. Newsarama (June 11): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/090611-molly-crabapple.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Nick Lyons on Bluewater's Vincent Price Presents. Newsarama (March 18): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/030918-VincetPrice06.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Peter Gross: The Art Side of 'The Unwritten'. Newsarama (May 18): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/050918-Peter-Gross.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Return of the Tiger - Catching Up With Scott Morse. Newsarama (January 7): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/010907-Scott-Morse.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Re-Visiting the Classic: Rick Veitch on Brat Pack. Newsarama (April 2): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/040902-Brat-Pack.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. The Bens Templesmith & McCool Put Image in a Choker. Newsarama (September 16): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/090915-Choker-Templesmith-McCool.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. The Viking Chronicles: Brian Wood Talks Northlanders. Newsarama (June 24): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/060924-Northlanders-Wood.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. The Voodoo That You Do; A New Doctor Is In At Marvel [Brother Voodoo]. Newsarama (September 18): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/090918-Remender-Voodoo.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Triskaidekaphobiacs Beware: House of Mystery Celebrates #13. Newsarama (April 13): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/040913-House-Mystery.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Up & Coming: Annie Wu. Newsarama (April 3): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/040903-Up-Coming.html

Arrant, Chris. 2009. Up & Coming: Wednesday Comics' Joe Quinones. April 2): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/040902-Joe-Quinones.html

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Associated Press [Burns, Christopher]. 1999. French cartoonist Jean-Claude Forest dies. Washington Post (January 2): B4

Associated Press. 1951. Dudley Fisher, 61, Cartoonist, Dead; Creator of 'Right Around Home' and 'Myrtle' for Columbus Dispatch Was on Vacation. New York Times (July 11)

Associated Press. 1956. 3 School Owners Deny They're Red; But Vocational Officials Plead 5th Amendment on Past --McCarthy in Clash $215,523 in Payments [School of Visual Arts; Burne Hogarth]. New York Times (January 19)

Associated Press. 1962. Mauldin quits St. Louis, joins Chicago paper. Washington Evening Star (June 7): D-17

Associated Press. 1965. Bill Mauldin's On Scene Report. New York Herald Tribune (February 8)

Associated Press. 1966. Cow-miliking, the road to art [Mauldin]. New York Times (November 18)

Associated Press. 1972. The granddaddy of comics [Jimmy Swinnerton]. Washington Post (November 17)

Associated Press. 1977. Rene Goscinny dies in Paris; Created noted comic strip [Asterix]. New York Times (November 8)

Associated Press. 1979. Clergymen find some links between Jesus, Superman [religion]. Baltimore Sun (February 24)

Associated Press. 1986. Richard Moores Dies at 77; Drew 'Gasoline Alley' Strip. New York Times (April 23)

Associated Press. 1986. Witch painting brings frightful price [Snow White cel bought by Russ Cochran]. Toledo Blade (November 2)

Associated Press. 1990. Georges Dargaud; Published Tintin books. New York Times (Jul 20).

Associated Press. 1992. Martin Goodman, publisher of Marvel Comics, dies at 84. Washington Post (Jun 13):B6.

Associated Press. 1993. Now it's the Caped Crusader who's sidelined. Cookeville [TN] Herald-Citizen (May 20).

Associated Press. 1996. Cartoon museum opens doors. Kansas City Star (Mar 11).

Associated Press. 1996. Illustrator of Tarzan comic strip dies [Burne Hogarth]. Kansas City Star (Feb 2).

Associated Press. 1996. Lois to jilt Superman on Feb. 14. Kansas City Star (Feb 9).

Associated Press. 1996. Museum of Cartoon Art opens in Florida. The Journal [Arlington County, VA] (Mar 15):C39.

Associated Press. 1996. Planet Hollywood soars in initial offering [Marvel Mania restaurants]. Washington Post (Apr 10).

Associated Press. 1996. Vandals attack Popeye in his hometown [statue]. Kansas City Star (Apr 21).

Associated Press. 1997. Combative British cartoonist Raymond 'Jak' Jackson dies [obituary]. Washington Post (Jul 30):B6.

Associated Press. 1997. 'Doonesbury' casino satire irks Trump. Kansas City Star (Feb 21).

Associated Press. 1997. Family rips Disney over media blitz [Disney's 'Hunchback of Notre Dame' movie]. Albany Times Union (Mar 11).

Associated Press. 1997. Japanese doll is like Popeye's face on Barbie's body: Image made from 2 comic book icons triggers a big fight over copyrights. Deseret [UT] News (Mar 16).

Associated Press. 1997. 'Peanuts' creator plans to take birthday leave; old strips will be rerun. St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Nov 25).

Associated Press. 1997. Reid Shelton dies at 72; 'Annie's' first Warbucks [Little Orphan Annie]. Albany Times Union (Jun 10).

Associated Press. 1997. Stan Drake, 'Blondie' illustrator, dies at 75 [obituary]. Washington Post (Mar 12).

Associated Press. 1997. Superman getting new outfit with - gasp! - no cape. Kansas City Star (Jan 2).

Associated Press. 1998. [Antonio Prohias obituary]. Washington Post (Feb 26).

Associated Press. 1998. Actress Mae Questel dies: Lent voice to Betty Boop [animation]. Washington Post (Jan 9):B6.

Associated Press. 1998. 'Andy Capp' comic creator dies [Reg Smythe obituary]. Associated Press: (June 13).

Associated Press. 1998. 'Batman' Creator Bob Kane Dies. Associated Press (November 5)

Associated Press. 1998. Chang Chong-Jen dies; Sculptor inspired comics character [in Tintin]. Washington Post (October 11): B8

Associated Press. 1998. DC Comics fights for Brainiac name. Associated Press (Feb 18).

Associated Press. 1998. Superman Celebrates 60th Birthday. Associated Press: (June 11).

Associated Press. 1999. 3 Journalists Sentenced in Egypt [editorial cartoonist Essam Hanafi]. Associated Press (August 14)

Associated Press. 1999. Bil Keane Dislikes Web Parody. Associated Press (September 23)

Associated Press. 1999. Cartoon theft no laughing matter [animation cels]. Associated Press (August 14)

Associated Press. 1999. Cartoonist Leon Falk Dies; Created Mandrake, Phantom. Washington Post (March 16): B5

Associated Press. 1999. Charles P. Roman [Charles Atlas comic strip ad creator obituary]. Associated Press (July 17)

Associated Press. 1999. Comic book writer Paul Newman dies. Associated Press (June 7)

Associated Press. 1999. Disney animator's colleciton will be auctioned for scholarship funds. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (August 28): B3

Associated Press. 1999. Disney Must Pay $9.3M Judgment [for failing to use Franquin's Marsupilami]. Associated Press (March 26)

Associated Press. 1999. Herbert Klynn [animator obituary; worked on Mr. Magoo, The Lone Ranger, The Duck Factory]. Associated Press (February 4)

Associated Press. 1999. John L. Goldwater [obituary]. Associated Press (February 26)

Associated Press. 1999. Lee Falk, Cartoon genius, 1911-1999. Sydney [Australia] Morning Herald (March 17)

Associated Press. 1999. McFarlane May Be McGwire Ball Buyer Associated Press (January 22)

Associated Press. 1999. Obituaries in the News: John Broome [DC writer]. Associated Press (April 21)

Associated Press. 1999. Superman, Batman, Tarzan Still Have Some Punch at Auction. Associated Press (June 28)

Associated Press. 1999. Thomas 'Sonny'' Shephard, Illustrator [obituary, did comic strip 'Historia'']. Washington Post (November 30): B7

Associated Press. 1999. Whitney Darrow Jr., New Yorker Cartoonist [obituary]. Washington Post (August 16)

Associated Press. 2000. D-Day tribute where losses were heavy [Jeannie Schulz]. New York Times (May 30): A12

Associated Press. 2000. Don Martin, Former Mad Magazine [obituary]. Washington Post (January 8): B5

Associated Press. 2000. Edward Gorey, creator of macabre drawings, dies at 75. Houston Chronicle (April 17)

Associated Press. 2000. Eliot A. Caplin, comics writer [obituary]. Washington Post (February 28): B6

Associated Press. 2000. Good-bye, Charlie Brown [Schulz retirement]. Nashville Tennessean (February 13): 2A

Associated Press. 2000. Hoyt Curtin, 78, prolific cartoon tunesmith [Hanna-Barbera animation musician obituary]. New York Times (December 11): A29

Associated Press. 2000. Illustrator Fred Rhoads, 78, dies; Cartoonist for 'Sad Sack' comic books. Washington Post (February 26): B7

Associated Press. 2000. James Shumaker, inspiration for comic strip 'Shoe,' dead at 77. [Cookeville, TN] Herald-Citizen (December 20): 11

Associated Press. 2000. Ole C. Risom, Book Publisher [Western Publications' Golden Books]. Washington Post (August 26): C6

Associated Press. 2000. Senators defend colleague, blast editorial cartoon. South Bend Tribune (January 25)

Associated Press. 2000. 'Shoe' cartoonist Jeff MacNelly dies. Baltimore Sun (June 8)

Associated Press. 2000. Ted Drake, 92, creator of Notre Dame logo [obituary for World War II Navy newspaper cartoonist]. New York Times (May 30): C23

Associated Press. 2000. Ted Drake; Artist and Illustrator [obituary for World War II Navy newspaper cartoonist]. Washington Post (May 30): B6

Associated Press. 2000. Tom Darcy, 67, prize-winning cartoonist [obituary]. New York Times (December 11): A29

Associated Press. 2001. Fred Lasswell, 84; drew 'Snuffy Smith' [obituary]. New York Times (March 6): A19

Associated Press. 2001. G-rated movies make room for vices [animation and children]. Washington Post (June 5): A22

Associated Press. 2001. Lorenzo Music, Actor, 64 [obituary for Garfield animation voice]. New York Times (August 8): C16

Associated Press. 2001. Movie, tv animator William Hanna dies; long partnership had many hits. Washington Post (March 23): B7

Associated Press. 2001. Obituaries: Mischa Richter, 90, New Yorker Cartoonist. Newsday (March 26): A21

Associated Press. 2001. 'Peanuts' creator honored by Congress: Hightest civilian award to late cartoonist. [Bergen County, NJ] Record (June 8): A14

Associated Press. 2001. Pittsburgh man alleges DC Comics stole story idea; He says the company rejected his 'Superman: The Last Son of Earth' idea four years ago, then printed it in 2000. Lehigh Valley Morning Call (October 9)

Associated Press. 2001. Richard Stone, 47, composer for cartoons [animation; obituary]. New York Times (March 16): A15

Associated Press. 2001. Robert Abel, Computer Animator, 64 [obituary]. New York Times (September 29): A11

Associated Press. 2002. A Bush parody is banned in Britain [animation]. New York Times (November 28): A12

Associated Press. 2002. George Sidney, 85, director of many movie musicals [Hanna-Barbera president]. New York Times (May 7): C18

Associated Press. 2003. Schulz Museum receiving fewer visitors than anticipated, officials say. Contra Costa Times (March 3). online at http://www.bayarea.com/mld/cctimes/news/5303840.htm

Associated Press. 2004. Dayton Allen, 85, Cartoon Voice Actor, Dies [Terrytoons, The Deputy Dawg Show, and Heckle and Jeckle]. New York Times (November 18)

Associated Press. 2004. DreamWorks Animation up 38% in debut. New York Times (October 29): C6

Associated Press. 2004.'South Park' pair take on the 'World'.Northern Virginia Journal (October 15): 22

Associated Press. 2005. Comic book on Indian astronaut in Columbia disaster a big seller in India. Mainichi Daily News (October 17). online at http://mdn.mainichi-msn.co.jp/international/news/20051017p2g00m0in018000c.html

Associated Press. 2005. Comic strip notes Thompson's death [Doonesbury]. [Washington Post] Express (March 10): 3

Associated Press. 2005. Joe Grant, 96, Artist and Writer for Disney's Most Beloved Films, Dies. New York Times ( May 11): A19

Associated Press. 2005. Julian Blake, 87, Comic Strip Artist, Dies. New York Times (December 30)

Associated Press. 2005. Paper threatened over drawings of Muhammad [Danish Islam cartoons]. Guardian (October 13): http://media.guardian.co.uk/site/story/0,14173,1590913,00.html

Associated Press. 2005. Pixar profit climbs as video sales rise [animation]. New York Times (November 9)

Associated Press. 2005. Sinfully star-studded [Sin City]. Washington Examiner (March 30):

Associated Press. 2005. Smurfs go under fire in UNICEF ad. [Washington Post] Express (October 12): 8

Associated Press. 2005. Vindication, and piles of $$ [Stan Lee lawsuit]. [Washington Post] Express (April 29): 38

Associated Press. 2006. Bob Thaves, 81, Dies; Comic Strip Artist [obituary]. New York Times (August 11): A17 also published as ''Bob Thaves; Created 'Frank and Ernest' comic strip'', Washington Post (August 12): B5

Associated Press. 2006. For some at the State Fair, it's a working vacation [ caricaturist and editorial cartoonist Jim Dyke]. Kansascity.com (August 19): http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascity/news/local/15314563.htm

Associated Press. 2006. From comedian to cartoons: Jerry Seinfeld writes, produces and stars in animated ‘Bee Movie’. [Washington Post] Express (December 19)

Associated Press. 2006. Grand sheik calls for Muhammad cartoonist's arrest. Jerusalem Post (August 18). online at http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1154525901081&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

Associated Press. 2006. Jail for printing cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. Edmonton Sun (December 14). Online at http://www.edmontonsun.com/News/World/2006/12/14/2787781-sun.html

Associated Press. 2006. Jordan: Editors face jail over cartoons [Danish Islam religion]. New York Times (May 31): A7

Associated Press. 2006. Rare comic book collection to be auctioned. KRIS-TV (August 10): http://www.kristv.com/Global/story.asp?S=5262387&nav=Bsmh

Associated Press. 2006. University paper hit for Jesus cartoons [religion]. Washington Times (September 15)

Associated Press. 2007. Disneyland fights condo proposal: Housing advocates say units near resort needed for workers. Express ( March 13): 4

Associated Press. 2007. DreamWorks Posts Loss [animation]. New York Times (February 28)

Associated Press. 2007. Joe Edwards, 85, Artist for Archie Comics, Is Dead. New York Times (February 20)

Associated Press. 2007. Johnny Hart dies at 76; Cartoonist created ‘B.C.’. New York Times (April 9): A14

Associated Press. 2007. New tune on 'Teletubbies' in Poland. Express (May 30)

Associated Press. 2007. Relish this 'Ratatouille' recipe. Washington Examiner (July 9)

Associated Press. 2007. Sen. Leahy to appear in next Batman film. Washington Examiner (August 20): 9

Associated Press. 2007. 'Simpsons' glam. Washington Examiner (July 19): 29

Associated Press. 2007. Stephen King finds a new 'chemistry set'. CNN.com (March 13): http://www.cnn.com/2007/SHOWBIZ/books/03/12/books.stephenking.ap/index.html

Associated Press. 2007. Swedish premier invites Muslim ambassadors to meeting over prophet cartoon [Lars Vilks, Danish Islam cartoons]. International Herald Tribune (September 6): http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/09/06/europe/EU-GEN-Sweden-Prophet-Drawings.php

Associated Press. 2007. Walker Edmiston, 81, Voice of Keebler Elf, Dies [animation]. New York Times (February 28)

Associated Press. 2008. A good man: Animator of 'Peanuts' television specials Bill Melendez dies. [Washington Post] Express (September 5): 17

Associated Press. 2008. Bin Laden warns Europeans over cartoons [Danish Islam controversy]. New York Times (March 20)

Associated Press. 2008. Cartoon, film spark protest in Afghanistan. Washington Post (March 6)

Associated Press. 2008. Growing up Iranian, in black and white [Marjane Satrapi, ''Persepolis'']. CNN.com (January 1): http://edition.cnn.com/2008/SHOWBIZ/Movies/01/01/film.qa.persepolis.ap/

Associated Press. 2008. 'Peanuts' Goes Hi-tech With Animated Webisodes [motion comics]. Editor and Publisher Online (November 3): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003886371

Associated Press. 2008. 'Peanuts' Goes Hi-tech With Animated Webisodes. Editor and Publisher Online (November 3): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003886371

Associated Press. 2008. South African cartoonist makes light of Mandela [Zapiro]. International Herald Tribune (November 18): http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2008/11/18/africa/AF-South-Africa-Mandela-Cartoons.php

Associated Press. 2008. Stolen Mickey Mouse watercolors recovered 17 years after NY theft [from International Museum of Cartoon Art]. Newsday (January 5). Online at http://www.newsday.com/news/local/wire/newyork/ny-bc-ny--cartoontheft0105jan05,0,4370497.story

Associated Press. 2009. Asean unveils official anthem and cartoon. Malaysian Insider (February 28): http://www.themalaysianinsider.com.my/index.php/world/19384-asean-unveils-official-anthem-and-cartoon

Associated Press. 2009. Cartoon Outrage Incites Protest Outside 'New York Post' Offices [Delonas chimp cartoon]. E and P Online (February 19): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003943066

Associated Press. 2009. Kids can help Arthur find new friend. Washington Examiner (February 20): 26

Associated Press. 2009. Moving 'Up' in the world: Cannes opens with first animated film. Concord Monitor (May 14): http://www.concordmonitor.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090514/ENTERTAINMENT/905140379

Associated Press. 2009. 'Simpsons' episode gives props to North Carolina. Citizen-Times (February 15): http://www.citizen-times.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=200990215003

Associated Press. 2009. Superman comic book fetches $317,200. Washington Post (March 15)

Associated Press. Obituaries in the News: Eric Stanton [underground cartoonist]. Associated Press (March 22)

Association of American Editorial Cartoonists. 2006. Rights and Responsibilities [Danish Islam cartoons]. Association of American Editorial Cartoonists website (February 7): http://editorialcartoonists.com/news/article.cfm/565

Astles, Nicola. 2006. The Secret Origins of an (Unlikely) Fangirl. Sequential Tart (October)

Astor, Dave et al. 2005. Telnaes Wins Population-Cartoon Contest. E and P Online (December 14)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. AAEC Site Lists 10 Cartoon Contests. E and P Online (December 11)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. After Comic Inspires Video, Video Inspires Comics [Candorville]. E and P Online (December 20)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. AMP Providing Published and Unpublished 'Pearls'. E and P Online (July 26)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Ann Telnaes' New Cartoon Book Focuses on Dick Cheney. E and P Online (December 13)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Authors Seek Stories About the Impact of 'Peanuts'. E and P Online (August 9)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Bish Joins Ranks of Blogging Editorial Cartoonists. E and P Online (October 20)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Blog Focuses on Comics That Mention Golf. E and P Online (September 21)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Bloggers Weigh in on Cartoonist's Drunk-Driving Arrest [Mallard Fillmore]. E and P Online (December 13)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Cartoon Blogger Praises 'FoxTrot' Decision. E and P Online (December 7)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Cartoon Library's Collection of Originals Tops 250,000. E and P Online (December 13)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Cartoon Show Extended at Library of Congress. E and P Online (December 13)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Cartoonist Lester Co-Creates Another Kids' Book. E and P Online (September 21)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Cartoonist Signe Wilkinson: Muslims Should Protest With Their Own Cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (February 6)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. 'Changing Seasons' Show Features 'Peanuts' Strips. E and P Online (December 8)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. 'Charlie Brown Christmas' CD is Expanded . E and P Online (December 15)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Cleveland 'Plain Dealer' Cartoonist Expected to Resume Work in 2007. E and P Online (December 11)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Contest Launched in Reaction to Danish Cartoon Controversy [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (February 7)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. D.C. Panel to Discuss Danish Cartoon Controversy [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (February 22)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. 'Diesel' Online Strip to Be Distributed to Newspapers. E and P Online (December 13)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. 'Dilbert' Takes On Electronic Voting Machines. E and P Online (December 7)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Doonesbury.com Poll Looks at Danish Cartoon Controversy [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (February 15)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. 'Fanboy Radio' Interviews Three Cartoonists. E and P Online (December 8)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Fantagraphics Reprinting 50-Year-Old Comic Strip. E and P Online (December 8)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Few Papers Pulling December 2 Comic With 'Bite Me' Phrase. E and P Online (November 30)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. 'Florida Times-Union' Bringing Back 'Slylock Fox'. E and P Online E and P Online (December 7)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Former 'Asbury Park Press' Cartoonist Dies at 84. E and P Online (December 11)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. George Will, Doonesbury.com Voters Agree on Iraq Chaos. E and P Online (December 8)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. 'Girls' Cartoon Exhibit Moves to Ohio State. E and P Online (September 21)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. J.D. Crowe Teaching Cartooning at Alabama School. E and P Online (December 7)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Museum Event to Mark Cartoonist's New Book [Keith Knight]. E and P Online (December 21)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. 'Mutts' Cartoonist Gets Sierra Club Award. E and P Online (December 15)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. 'Newsweek' Story Covers Online Political Animation. E and P Online (December 11)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Panel to Discuss Danish Cartoon Controversy [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (April 24)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. PBS Show to Focus on Editorial Cartoonist Paul Conrad. E and P Online (September 20)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. 'Stone Soup' is Hometown Winner in Comics Poll. E and P Online (June 27)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. 'The Norm' Online Strip Collected in New Book. E and P Online (December 13)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Toles Slated to Appear Tonight on CNN. E and P Online (February 2)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. United Warns 'Bite Me' Will Appear in December 2 'Pearls' Strip. E and P Online (November 13)

Astor, Dave et al. 2006. Why One Wyoming Paper Published Muhammad Cartoon [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (February 8)

Astor, Dave et al. 2007. 'Brick Bradford' and Comic Book Cartoonist Paul Norris Dies at 93. E&P Online (November 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003668612

Astor, Dave et al. 2007. Cartoon Art Museum of S.F. to Host Keith Knight. E&P Online (November 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003668759

Astor, Dave et al. 2007. 'For Better' Documentary Can Be Seen on Canadian TV Site. E&P Online (November 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003668691

Astor, Dave et al. 2007. Georgia Museum to Host Exhibit of Pat Oliphant's Work. E&P Online (November 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003668563

Astor, Dave et al. 2007. Helen Thomas, Danish Editor, Panels at July AAEC Meeting [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (April 23): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003575230

Astor, Dave et al. 2007. 'Pearls' Is First Reader-Picked Strip in 'C-J' History. E and P Online (February 27)

Astor, Dave et al. 2007. Two Cartoonists Join Cagle Syndicate Package. E&P Online (November 5): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003668003

Astor, Dave et al. 2007. 'Zeeba' Collection Features 'Pearls Before Swine' Comics. E and P Online (February 5)

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. A Wry Warning of Another Cartoon-Character Death [F Minus]. E&P Online (February 22): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003714530

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Black Cartoonists' Feb. 10 Action Stirs Lots of Blog Discussion. E and P Online (January 9): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003694586

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. 'Bobby Sox' / 'Emmy Lou' Cartoonist Martha Arguello Dies at 90 [Marty Links]. E and P Online (January 9): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003694497

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Book News: 'Crass Menagerie' Is Part 'Zeeba' [Pearls Before Swine]. E&P Online (February 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003708117

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Cartoonist Gary Varvel to Speak at Indiana Fundraising Event. E&P Online (February 29): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003717941

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Cartoonist Horsey Rips Zell in Word and Drawing. E&P Online (February 27): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003716015

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Cartoonist Pat Bagley at Utah Rural Summit. Editor and Publisher Online (August 8): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003837033

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Cartoonists to Appear at San Francisco Event [gays]. E&P Online (February 22): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003714414

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. CNBC Show Bringing Back 'Pearls' Cartoonist Stephan Pastis. E&P Online (February 29): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003717969

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. 'Dilbert Newsletter' Is Out and About ... Various Things. E&P Online (February 21): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003713924

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. 'Dinette Set' Comic Again Spotlights Real-Life Coffee Shop. E and P Online (January 9): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003694506

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. 'Garfield' TV Series, Film, DVDs, and Book As Comic's 30th Anniversary Nears. E&P Online (February 29): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003718017

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Herblock Cartoon Exhibit to Open This Spring in D.C. E&P Online (February 22): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003714422

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Is Popeye's Relationship Less Romantic Than Spinach? E&P Online (February 22): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003714475

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. 'Jumble' Artist Stepping Down, But Puzzle Feature Will Continue. E&P Online (February 29): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003718044

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. L.A. Times Book Festival to Have Comics Area. E&P Online (February 8): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003708786

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. New Book Focuses on 'How to Make Webcomics'. E&P Online (February 8): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003708729

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. 'Peanuts' Comic From 1952 Sells for $31,640. E&P Online (February 8): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003708873

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Pennsylvania College to Hear Cartoonist Alison Bechdel. E&P Online (February 29): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003718002

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Seattle Show Spotlights Editorial Cartoonists. E&P Online (February 8): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003708802

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Statistics Show the Difficulties for Cartoonists of Color. E&P Online (February 8)

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Story Covers Political Cartoonists and Presidential Races. E&P Online (February 29): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003718048

Astor, Dave et al. 2008. Wrestling Hall of Fame for Man Who Has Repped 'Dilbert' and 'Peanuts'. E and P Online (January 9): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003694610

Astor, Dave et. al. 2004. 'Mutts' and 'Lola' Collections. Editor and Publisher Online (April 23)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2005. A 'Mutts' Tour of New Jersey . Editor and Publisher Online (July 28)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2005. A Nutty Canine Contest [Mutts]. Editor and Publisher Online (August 9)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2005. Auction of 'Mutts' Strip Raising Funds for Gulf Coast Animals. Editor and Publisher Online (September 15, 2005 1:15 PM ET

Astor, Dave et. al. 2005. Comic Site Seeks Help for Gulf Coast Animals [Mutts]. Editor and Publisher Online (September 8)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2005. McDonnell Writes First 'Mutts' Children's Book. Editor and Publisher Online (September 26)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2005. 'Mutts' Cartoonist to Judge Humane Society Contest. Editor and Publisher Online (July 27)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2005. 'Mutts' Comic Will Support 'Spay Day'. Editor and Publisher Online (February 16)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2005. Special 'Mutts' Strip Redefines the Sunday Comic . Editor and Publisher Online (August 01, 2005

Astor, Dave et. al. 2005. Watterson Answers 'Calvin and Hobbes' Questions. Editor and Publisher Online (September 22)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. Big Debut for Wordless 'Lio' Comic. E and P Online (May 12)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. Cartoonist Alison Bechdel Authors Autobiography. E and P Online (May 9)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. Cartoonist Hopes North Korea Accepts 'Uniting Painting' [Ranan Lurie]. E and P Online (May 15)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. Cartoonist's Pet Project: 'Dog vs. Cat' Book E and P Online [‘Bad Reporter’ Dan Asmussen]. E and P Online (May 10)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. 'Dobbs' Contest From Radio Show Co-hosted By Cartoonist. E and P Online (May 9)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. 'Doonesbury' Book Sequel Will Focus On B.D. E and P Online (May 10)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. Editorial Cartooning Book Out in Paperback E and P Online (May 15)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. Exhibit Features Sculpture By Jeff MacNelly. E and P Online (May 11)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. Ohio State Cartoon Library Buys Early McCay Art. E and P Online (May 15)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. Oliphant Helps Raise $263,440 for Truman Museum. E and P Online (June 13)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. 'Over the Hedge' Movie Opens Next Friday. E and P Online (May 11)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. Second 'Garfield' Film Slated for June 23 Release. E and P Online (May 10)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2006. Universal Offering New Manga Comic Next Month [Van Von Hunter, Tokyopop]. E and P Online (June 1)

Astor, Dave et. al. 2007. Dog That Inspired 'Mutts' Comic's Canine Dies at 18. Editor and Publisher Online (December 4): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003680813

Astor, Dave et. al. 2007. 'Mutts' Remembers Canine Inspiration for Cartoon Dog. Editor and Publisher Online (December 18): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003686671

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. 'A Charlie Brown Valentine' Airing Five Days Before Valentine's Day. E and P Online (February 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003708063

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. An 'Earth Week' of 'Mutts' Comics to Mark 'Earth Day'. Editor and Publisher Online (April 10): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003788237

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Anniversary for Soon-to-Be-Revamped 'Mutts' Site. Editor and Publisher Online (January 29): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003703391

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Antiwar Forum Appearance for Cartoonist Khalil Bendib. E and P Online (February 7): 8 http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003708174

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. 'Bad Cartoonist' Has Gone AWOL [editorial cartoon critic]. Editor and Publisher Online (April 3): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003785073

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Books Pair 'Dilbert' and 'Peanuts' With 'Sudoku' Puzzles. E and P Online (February 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003707530

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Brooklyn Appearance for 'Our Roots' Cartoonist Tayo Fatunla [from Nigeria]. E and P Online (February 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003707529

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Cartoonist Daryl Cagle Tops a Top-10 List. Editor and Publisher Online (April 3): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003785220

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Cartoonist Tom Batiuk to Appear at Ohio Cancer Benefit. E and P Online (February 20): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003712727

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Comic-Inspired 'Mutts-Mobile' Helps Pets Get Adopted . Editor and Publisher Online (March 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003722010

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. 'Drunken Lemurs' Reference Recalls Real-Life 'Dilbert' Firing. E and P Online (February 20): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003712812

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Editorial Cartoonists Trade Blog Posts About the State of Their Profession [Jim Borgman, Henry Payne]. E and P Online (February 20): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003712753

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. 'Evil Inc.' Comic Morphing into Another Graphic Novel. Editor and Publisher Online (April 3): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003785113

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Full Page of Comics Returns to Georgia Newspaper. E and P Online (February 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003707979

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. 'Garfield' Book No. 45 Is Published. E and P Online (February 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003708010

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Honor for 'Far Side' Cartoonist Gary Larson. Editor and Publisher Online (April 3): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003785227

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. 'Mutts' and 'Opus' Cartoonists to Speak at Animal Care Expo. Editor and Publisher Online (May 1): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003797320

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. 'Mutts' Book Spotlights the Adopting of Pets. Editor and Publisher Online (April 1): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003783654

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. N.J. Newspaper Shrinks Size of Its Sunday Comics Section. E and P Online (February 20): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003712776

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. New Book Focuses on Famed Cartoonist Alex Raymond. E and P Online (February 20): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003712720

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. New 'FBorFW' Collection Looks at 'Home Sweat Home'. E and P Online (February 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003708054

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. 'Perry Bible Fellowship' Comic Is Ending. E and P Online (February 20): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003712741

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Pet Columnist Focuses on a Cartoonist's Dog [Mutts]. Editor and Publisher Online (April 3): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003785061

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Radio Show to Discuss Book About Pioneering Cartoonist Jackie Ormes. E and P Online (February 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003707599

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Schulz Museum to Host 'Baby Blues' Cartoonists. Editor and Publisher Online (April 3): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003785107

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. Taylor Jones' Work Now Part of Daryl Cagle's Cartoon Site. E and P Online (February 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003707987

Astor, Dave et. al. 2008. 'Zits' Retrospective Features Mother-Son Comics. E and P Online (February 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003708175

Astor, Dave. 2000 Post- 'Peanuts' Panorama [replacement comic strips]. Editor & Publisher (May 8)

Astor, Dave. 2000. 'Chickweed' Reroots to Ufs. Editor and Publisher (November 6)

Astor, Dave. 2000. Comics Aren't Set in 'Stone': 'Stone Soup' Latest Strip To Change. Editor and Publisher (November 6)

Astor, Dave. 2004. Cartoon Auction at Charity Event. E and P Online (October 18)

Astor, Dave. 2004. 'Doonesbury' Brings New Subscribers To Salon.com. E and P Online (October 13)

Astor, Dave. 2004. Ever-Creative 'Pearls' to Reference Other Comics This Week. E and P Online (November 22)

Astor, Dave. 2004. Matt Davies Is First Herblock Prize Winner. E&P Online (March 10)

Astor, Dave. 2004. 'Prickly City' Comic Victimized as Readers Are Routed to Porn Site [Scott Stantis]. E and P Online (October 20)

Astor, Dave. 2004. WashingtonPost.com Drops Ted Rall's Cartoons. E and P Online (November 18)

Astor, Dave. 2005. 'Calvin and Hobbes' Returning to Newspapers -- Sort Of. E and P Online (May 20)

Astor, Dave. 2005. Cartoon Site's Traffic Soars As 80-Plus Artists Join 'Black Ink' Protest. E and P Online (December 12)

Astor, Dave. 2005. Cartoonist Joe Martin Starts His Own Syndicate. E and P Online (December 19)

Astor, Dave. 2005. Cartoonists' Convention in Sacramento to Draw Schwarzenegger, Jerry Brown [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists]. E and P Online (May 31)

Astor, Dave. 2005. Doonesbury' Strip Showing Bush Defending Frat Torture at Yale is 'Fact-Based,' Says Garry Trudeau. E and P Online (November 29)

Astor, Dave. 2005. Fee Waived for Herblock Prize as Editorial Cartoonists Struggle. E and P Online (December 12)

Astor, Dave. 2005. 'Obviousman' Stirs Talk of Compliant Press [Wiley Miller 'Non Sequitur']. E and P Online (June 1)

Astor, Dave. 2005. Some Papers Have Problems Pulling Obsolete 'Doonesbury' Strip. E and P Online (November 14)

Astor, Dave. 2005. Syndicate: Nobody Pulls 'B.C.' Evolution Strip. E and P Online (May 2)

Astor, Dave. 2005. 'Tulsa World' Seeks Cartoonist on 'Black Ink Monday'. E and P Online (December 13)

Astor, Dave. 2006. AAEC President Clay Bennett Recalls the Year That Was ... Very Busy. E and P Online (August 29)

Astor, Dave. 2006. AAEC Prez Criticizes Layoff of 'Post-Gazette' Cartoonist Tim Menees. E and P Online (February 6)

Astor, Dave. 2006. At AAEC Confab: Speakers to Discuss How Religion Is Depicted in Cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (May 5)

Astor, Dave. 2006. California Editor Publishes Muhammad Cartoon -- and Slams the AP [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (February 8)

Astor, Dave. 2006. Cartoonist Gary Huck: Greeting Card Company Swiped My Idea. E and P Online (July 31)

Astor, Dave. 2006. Cartoonists' Association Will Weigh In On Danish Cartoon Controversy [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (February 6)

Astor, Dave. 2006. Did 'B.C.' Insult Islam? Some Say Yes, Cartoonist Says No. E and P Online (July 11)

Astor, Dave. 2006. 'For Better' the Best. Editor and Publisher (August 18)

Astor, Dave. 2006. 'FoxTrot' Cartoonist is Happy But Anxious About Going Sunday-Only. E and P Online (December 5): http://www.mediainfo.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003468716

Astor, Dave. 2006. Has 'Washington Examiner' Greatly Shrunk Comics Section? E and P Online (November 16)

Astor, Dave. 2006. 'Investor's Business Daily' Hires Ex-'LA Times' Cartoonist Michael Ramirez. E and P Online (January 6)

Astor, Dave. 2006. Joint Chiefs Fail to Protest Luckovich Cartoon--As Tom Toles Offers a New Comment. E and P Online (February 7)

Astor, Dave. 2006. 'Legacy' Strips Lampooned in 'The Other Coast' Comic. E and P Online (November 15)

Astor, Dave. 2006. Many Cartoons Address Muslim Protests, But Few Depict Muhammad [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (February 10)

Astor, Dave. 2006. Marlette Says He's Joining 'Tulsa World' Partly Because It's Family-Owned. E and P Online (January 31)

Astor, Dave. 2006. New Blog Covers D.C.-Area Cartoon Events. E and P Online (September 25)

Astor, Dave. 2006. Second Novel for Cartoonist Doug Marlette. E and P Online (August 24)

Astor, Dave. 2006. 'Speed Bump' Cartoonist Chooses Caption-Contest Winner. E and P Online (August 10)

Astor, Dave. 2006. Syndicated Columnists Address Danish Cartoon Controversy [Danish Islam cartoons]. E and P Online (February 9)

Astor, Dave. 2006. Telnaes Leaves 'Six Chix' Comic Lineup. E and P Online (March 14)

Astor, Dave. 2006. Will Aaron McGruder Resume His 'Boondocks' Comic Strip? E and P Online (September 20)

Astor, Dave. 2007. Mort Walker to Receive National Cartoonists Society's Gold Key Award. E and P Online (March 23): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003562119

Astor, Dave. 2007. 'Nancy' Comic Character Stars in You Tube Video. E&P Online (November 27): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003677975

Astor, Dave. 2007. Toles, Telnaes, Luckovich, Others to Speak At Pre-AAEC Confab Event. E and P Online (June 18): http://www.mediainfo.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003600064

Astor, Dave. 2007. Tribune Media Services Sued in 'Shoe' Comic Contract Dispute. E and P Online (November 30): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003679879

Astor, Dave. 2008. A Collection of Copley Candidate Caricatures -- in Color. E and P Online (January 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003693374

Astor, Dave. 2008. Ann Telnaes Starts Creating Animations for WashingtonPost.com. E and P Online (January 9): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003694536

Astor, Dave. 2008. As Comics-Page Action Nears, a Participant Discusses Cartooning Diversity. E and P Online (February 6). Online at http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/search/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003707498

Astor, Dave. 2008. Black Cartoonists Plan Feb. 10 Comics-Page Action. E and P Online (January 8): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003694006

Astor, Dave. 2008. Book Lists Film and TV Productions Inspired By Comics. E and P Online (January 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003693308

Astor, Dave. 2008. Cartoonist Henry Payne Is Writing As Well As Drawing. E and P Online (January 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003693302

Astor, Dave. 2008. Horsey, Tribune Syndicate Discuss the Cartoonist's Anti-Zell Commentary. E&P Online (February 27): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003716758

Astor, Dave. 2008. John Sherffius Discusses the Herblock Prize and the Cartoons That Helped Him Win it. E and P Online (February 21): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003713881

Astor, Dave. 2008. Milestone for Long-Running 'Prince Valiant' Comic. E and P Online (January 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003692420

Astor, Dave. 2008. New Blog From 'Pooch Cafe' Cartoonist. E and P Online (January 8): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003694062

Astor, Dave. 2008. 'Non Sequitur' Comics Satirizing Schulz Book Donated to Schulz Museum. E and P Online (January 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003693415

Astor, Dave. 2008. One Cartoon Blogger Interviews Another. E and P Online (January 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003692524

Astor, Dave. 2008. Online Photo Contest Judges Include 'Mutts' Cartoonist. E and P Online (January 8): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003693872

Astor, Dave. 2008. Raleigh 'News & Observer' to Run More Comics. E and P Online (January 8): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003694072

Astor, Dave. 2008. Standup Comedy Show for 'Bizarro' Cartoonist. E and P Online (January 8): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003694046

Astor, Dave. 2008. Three Comic Panel Cartoonists Nominated for NCS Award. Editor and Publisher Online (April 2): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003784152

Astor, Dave. 2008. Twenty Years After' for Black Cartoonists. The Feb. 10 action urging newspapers to run a more diverse lineup of comics will come almost exactly two decades after the mostly white landscape of ''the funnies'' was a much-discussed issue in syndication. E and P Online (January 9): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/columns/syndicate_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003694437

Astor, Dave. 2008. Two 'My Cage' Comic Fan Contests Announced. E and P Online (January 7): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003693361

Astor, Dave. 2008. White Cartoonists Discuss Black Cartoonists' Comics-Page Action. E and P Online (January 17): http://www.mediainfo.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003697616

Astor, David et. al. 2005. Cartoonist Does it All for Indiana Paper [Ron Rogers]. E and P Online (November 1)

Astor, David et. al. 2005. Geyer, Horsey Among 'Global' Winners. E and P Online (November 2)

Astor, David et. al. 2007. Comics Publication May Return This Summer ['News Free Comics' (NSF)]. E and P Online (June 18)

Astor, David et. al. 2007. Digital Test for 'Doonesbury' and Oliphant Cartoons. E and P Online (August 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003622055

Astor, David et. al. 2007. Editorial Cartoonist Drew Sheneman Starts Blog. E and P Online (August 6): http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/departments/syndicates/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003622085

Astor, David et. al. 2007. Lio Cartoon Character Nabbed in Another Comic Strip. E and P Online (June 18)

Astor, David. 1993. A cartoon museum is planned in D.C. Editor and Publisher (Feb 6):34-35.

Astor, David. 1993. A columnist who is a cartoonist as well: Jane Adler wears a pair of hats when doing the weekly 'Indoor Gardening' for Whitegate Features Syndicate. Editor and Publisher (February 13): 34

Astor, David. 1993. A story about what storytelling can do [editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman]. Editor and Publisher (July 31): 32-3

Astor, David. 1993. Argirion will step down as TMS vice president/editor. Editor and Publisher (April 10): 40

Astor, David. 1993. Cartoon gift praised but also questioned. Editor and Publisher (April 3): 30-1

Astor, David. 1993. Cartoon prize goes to Cathy Guisewite: The 'Cathy' comic creator wins the coveted Reuben Award after three consecutive years as a runner-up. Editor and Publisher (May 15): 38

Astor, David. 1993. Cartoonist wants to reach older readers [Lew Sayre Schwartz]. Editor and Publisher (June 5): 35-6

Astor, David. 1993. Cartoonists' group picks a new leader: Bruce Beattie becomes NCS president at a meeting featuring some criticism of how officers are chosen. Editor and Publisher (May 22): 32-3.

Astor, David. 1993. Columnist [Michael Kilian] is picked to write 'Dick Tracy'. Editor and Publisher (May 8): 39

Astor, David. 1993. Comic with gay character is dropped by some papers: But most 'For Better or For Worse' clients decide to publish the sequence, which runs until April 24. Editor and Publisher (April 3): 32

Astor, David. 1993. Comics are not just for comics sections: An increasing number of newspapers are running some comics on feature pages and in other parts of the paper. Editor and Publisher (January 9): 28-30

Astor, David. 1993. Comics turned into a stamping ground: Creators mention stamps April 5 to drum up support for postage marking a century of cartooning in 1995. Editor and Publisher (April 17): 38

Astor, David. 1993. 'Dick Tracy' writer is let go by Tribune Media Services: Max Allan Collins may take legal action against the syndicate, which hired him to do the comic in 1977. Editor and Publisher (January 23): 34

Astor, David. 1993. Hackneyed work is hacked at meeting: Speakers display, discuss and 'dis' cliched drawings at a lively editorial cartoonists convention session. Editor and Publisher (June 19): 62-3

Astor, David. 1993. He exits syndicate that might be sold: Pulitzer-winning editorial cartoonist Mike Peters cites United's uncertain future as reason for move to TMS. Editor and Publisher (January 16): 40

Astor, David. 1993. He sells his comic in innovative ways: Self-syndicated 'Nooz' creator Peter Kohlsaat talks about his postcard mailings and a lengthy van trip. Editor and Publisher (March 13): 30-1

Astor, David. 1993. High-level executive out at United Media: David Hendin, who says he was 'terminated' by Scripps after 23 years, has started a literary/syndication agency. Editor and Publisher (March 20): 34

Astor, David. 1993. His 'Bug' strip has no bugs in its cast [Ruben Bolling's Tom the Dancing Bug]. Editor and Publisher (September 11): 46-7

Astor, David. 1993. 'KAL' takes over as president of AAEC: Kevin Kallaugher discusses his plans fro the editorial cartoon group, which also elected other new officers. Editor and Publisher (September 25): 32 Astor, David. 1993. Tribune vets speak at features meeting [Jeff MacNelly, Bud Grace, Jerry Robinson]. Editor and Publisher (October 23): 34-5 Astor, David. 1993. Comic creator with a star-spangled life [Jud Hurd]. Editor and Publisher (December 11): 40-42

Astor, David. 1993. King sued by paper [over exclusivity]. Editor and Publisher (August 14): 30

Astor, David. 1993. 'Lawyer bashing' is debated at meeting: Panelists include 'Non Sequitur' creator Wiley and Philadelphia Inquirer editorial page editor David Boldt. Editor and Publisher (December 25): 32-3

Astor, David. 1993. More papers cancel controversial comic: But most clients continue to run the current 'For Better or For Worse' sequence featuring a gay teen character. Editor and Publisher (April 10): 34

Astor, David. 1993. More women execs at major syndicates. Editor and Publisher (May 1): 36-38

Astor, David. 1993. Oliphant cartoon on wall called offensive. Editor and Publisher (March 27): 46

Astor, David. 1993. Papers 'pick a pair' of political persons: Several dailies employ two staff editorial cartoonists - an arrangement that has advantages and disadvantages. Editor and Publisher (August 7): 36-8

Astor, David. 1993. Rare cartoon art is unearthed in office. Editor and Publisher (August 28): 30

Astor, David. 1993. Recession remained and a UM unit went: Other 1992 events included a 'Calvin' size controversy. Editor and Publisher (January 2): 58-60

Astor, David. 1993. Recession session at cartoon meeting: During Austin, Texas, convention political cartoonists talk about layoffs and finding free-lance assignments. Editor and Publisher (June 26): 34-36

Astor, David. 1993. Round-headed kid wins a game with round-tripper! Charles Schulz talks about why Charlie Brown was allowed to smack a dramatic home run in 'Peanuts'. ? Editor and Publisher (April 10): 36

Astor, David. 1993. Scripps decides to keep United Media [Charles Schulz, Jim Davis]. Editor and Publisher (August 21): 34-5

Astor, David. 1993. Study finds comics read by 113 million. Editor and Publisher (January 30): 34

Astor, David. 1993. This young creator is a 'big yuk' hater: Ted Rall avoids gags in his offbeat editorial cartoons, which combine deadpan humor and hard-hitting satire. Editor and Publisher (December 18): 42-3

Astor, David. 1993. Timely commentary from 'Modern' man: Tom Tomorrow utilizes yesterday's images to offer humorous and hard-hitting satire on today's world. Editor and Publisher (August 14): 28-30

Astor, David. 1994 'Baby Blues' comic strip is moving to King Features: Creators Syndicate had previously distributed the popular cartoon by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott. Editor and Publisher (December 31): 30

Astor, David. 1994. A Pulitzer recipient switches to United: Editorial cartoonist Steve Benson makes the move less than a year after winning journalism's top prize. Editor and Publisher (March 5): 30

Astor, David. 1994. American Color executive joins potential competitor: Tim Rosenthal moves to a printing and prepress firm that is reportedly entering the Sunday comics arena. Editor and Publisher (August 13): 34

Astor, David. 1994. Another major newspaper fires a political cartoonist: The Seattle Times dismisses Brian Basset despite staff protests. Editor and Publisher (October 29): 33-4

Astor, David. 1994. 'Bizarro' comic will switch to Universal [Dan Piraro]. Editor and Publisher (October 22): 41

Astor, David. 1994. Cartoonist is feted for two milestones: Mike Peters gets (gently) roasted for 25 years as a Dayton cartoonist and 10 years as a comic creator. Editor and Publisher (October 1): 34-5

Astor, David. 1994. Cartoonists help cartoonist [Nina Paley] while she recovers from hand ailments. Editor and Publisher (June 4): 55

Astor, David. 1994. Cartoonists launch a media committee: They want better communication with editors, more coverage of the Reuben Award, and a new Pulitzer. Editor and Publisher (June 11): 30-31

Astor, David. 1994. Cartoonists pay tribute to longtime 'Snuffy creator: Fred Lasswell is feted for six decades of work on a 75-year-old comic strip. Editor and Publisher (December 10): 36

Astor, David. 1994. Comics, sales and foreign execs out and in at a changing United. Editor and Publisher (April 16): 47-8

Astor, David. 1994. Doing a comic still a 'thrill' for Schulz. Editor and Publisher (May 28): 30

Astor, David. 1994. Earthquake rattles the features world [Rick Detori; Mell Lazarus]. Editor and Publisher (January 29): 34-6

Astor, David. 1994. Foreign sales exec goes to Universal. Editor & Publisher (September 3): 34

Astor, David. 1994. From foreign policy to domestic columns: Columnist Jeane Kirkpatrick and cartoonist 'Wiley' are among the speakers at the NFC meeting in Seattle. Editor and Publisher (December 3): 32-3

Astor, David. 1994. 'Garfield' creator to leave United Media: Jim Davis is buying the rights to his cartoon cat, which soon will be syndicated by Universal Press. Editor and Publisher (April 9): 46-7

Astor, David. 1994. Gingrich bans the Constitution after seeing Luckovich [political] cartoon. Editor and Publisher (November 19): 41

Astor, David. 1994. He is a good judge of puzzle cartoons: Sacramento Judge Barry Loncke gets parents and kids to work together on his Sunday comic feature [African-American creator]. Editor and Publisher (December 17): 40-1

Astor, David. 1994. Hometown decides how to treat a King: Tomah, Wisc., may have resolved its debate about signs honoring 'Gasoline Alley' creator Frank King. Editor and Publisher (September 24): 32-3

Astor, David. 1994. Info highway wants syndicated material: But meeting speaker says comics and columns do not have ideal formats for computer viewing. Editor and Publisher (November 5): 34

Astor, David. 1994. Larson fans praise his departing panel. Editor and Publisher (October 15): 36-7

Astor, David. 1994. 'Magic Eye' creator has vision of future: Tom Baccei is trying to make sure that his popular 3-D feature becomes more than another passing fad [cartoonist Eileen Kenneally]. Editor & Publisher (August 20): 34-5

Astor, David. 1994. Meeting speakers display even more cliched editorial cartoons. Editor and Publisher (July 16): 50-1

Astor, David. 1994. Mixed response to second sabbatical: Artists and editors discuss Bill Watterson's decision to take additional time off from 'Calvin and Hobbes'. Editor and Publisher (March 26): 30-1

Astor, David. 1994. 'Momentous' event in the syndicate biz: People are talking about the impact of and reasons for Gerfield's impending switch from United to Universal. Editor and Publisher (April 16): 46-7

Astor, David. 1994. More layoffs and other changes at the downsizing United Media. Editor & Publisher (May 14): 39-40

Astor, David. 1994. More old than new in Gotham funnies: N.Y. dailies run fewer modern comics than many other big newspapers, although change is beginning to come. Editor and Publisher (March 19): 58-9

Astor, David. 1994. Newspaper apologizes: Sacramento Bee editor says the paper was wrong to run a cartoon containing the word 'nigger' [editorial cartoon, African-American issue]. Editor and Publisher (March 26): 16-7

Astor, David. 1994. Overseas opinions offered at meeting: South African artists and international experts talk to editorial cartoonists at New Orleans convention. Editor and Publisher (July 9): 34-6

Astor, David. 1994. Paper's creation is a rotation situation: The Los Angeles Times has an unusual system that enables it to publish 14 comic panels in eight slots. Editor and Publisher (February 19):46-47.

Astor, David. 1994. Paper's creation is a rotation situation: The Los Angeles Times has an unusual system that enables it to publish 14 comic panels in eight slots. Editor and Publisher (Feb 19):46-47.

Astor, David. 1994. Paul Conrad wants angrier cartoonists: The three-time Pulitzer recipient says too many editorial cartoonists only illustrate news stories. Editor and Publisher (June 18): 42

Astor, David. 1994. Political and social cartoon from Israel: 'Dry Bones,' by ex-U.S. resident Yaakov Kirschen, is a comic that has been compared to 'Doonesbury'. Editor and Publisher (January 8): 30-1

Astor, David. 1994. Priesthood [editorial] cartoon causes controversy [Oliphant]. Editor and Publisher (February 12): 45-6 Astor, David. 1994. Syndicates criticize comics survey firm. Editor & Publisher 127(33; Aug 13): 32-3.

Astor, David. 1994. St. Petersburg Times criticized for firing its editorial cartoonist [Clay Bennett]. Editor and Publisher (October 15): 37-8

Astor, David. 1994. Sullivan gets injunction in lawsuit against competitor: But Koessler says it can still attract Sunday comics clients. Editor and Publisher (November 19): 42

Astor, David. 1994. Thaves talks 'tech' at cartoon meeting: The 'Frank and Ernest' creator and other speakers discuss how computers can help them in their work. Editor and Publisher (June 4): 54-5

Astor, David. 1994. They do more than peruse the funnies: Newspaper comics editors enjoy their jobs, but say dealing with cartoons is not as simple as it seems. Editor & Publisher (May 7): 34-5

Astor, David. 1994. Universal cartoonists will be able to go on vacation. Editor and Publisher 127(19; May 7): 36

Astor, David. 1994. Watterson to take second break from 'Calvin and Hobbes' strip. Editor and Publisher (March 19): 59

Astor, David. 1994. 'Wit' feature has a female perspective: Signe Wilkinson and Nicole Hollander are among the artists contributing to the thrice-weekly 'WitWomen'. Editor and Publisher (March 12): 42

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Astor, David. 1995. A look at the state of comics as they enter their second century. Editor and Publisher (May 13): 39-40

Astor, David. 1995. An Ohio State talk for 'Zippy' creator: Bill Griffith discusses his comic strip at a festival that also features remarks by a cartooning author [Tom Inge]. Editor and Publisher (September 16): 40

Astor, David. 1995. Armstrong is a hit with festival crowd: The 'Jump Start' creator discusses his United comic strip and his life at Ohio State gathering. Editor and Publisher (September 2): 26

Astor, David. 1995. Breathed giving up newspaper comics; The 'Bloom County' creator, who is ending 'Outland' this March, says he would rather work in other media. Editor and Publisher (January 21): 34

Astor, David. 1995. Cartoon on welfare draws a big response [Mike Luckovich]. Editor & Publisher (September 30): 32

Astor, David. 1995. Cartoonist creates a comic exclusively for cyberspace: Bill Holbrook's two-month-old 'Kevin and Kell' strip has already been sold to 50 online forums. Editor and Publisher (November 11): 48

Astor, David. 1995. Cartoonists' group decries job losses: And the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists appoints a committee to try to do something about it. Editor and Publisher (July 22): 34-5

Astor, David. 1995. Civil rights official praises and criticizes [editorial] cartoonists: Author Tom Clancy and two Mideast creators also address the AAEC meeting in Baltimore. Editor and Publisher (August 26): 40

Astor, David. 1995. Comic retirements: A fluke or a trend? Editor and Publisher (December 9): 30-1

Astor, David. 1995. Consortium formed for feature delivery: Seven syndicates (but not King) have joined the digital group, which may affect the future of AP ComicSEND. Editor and Publisher (October 21): 40-1

Astor, David. 1995. Cyberspace draws AAEC's attention: Editorial cartoonists hear about the pros and cons of making their work available to computer users. Editor and Publisher (July 29): 32-3

Astor, David. 1995. D.C. is the site for a cartoon museum: The gallery will showcase Art Wood's huge collection. Editor and Publisher (April 15): 38.

Astor, David. 1995. 'Doonesbury' man discusses his strip; 'For Better of For Worse' creator and an expert on women cartoonists [Trina Robbins] also speak at Ohio State festival. Editor and Publisher (September 30): 30-1

Astor, David. 1995. Editors editorialize at cartoon session: They say the work of many political cartoonists is lacking in originality, but they offer praise as well. Editor and Publisher (August 19): 34

Astor, David. 1995. E-mail is hailed by creators who use it [Scott Adams, Bob Thaves, Jim Toomey]. Editor and Publisher (May 20): 38-40

Astor, David. 1995. Ex-United exec likes life as a literary/syndication agent: David Hendin has sold numerous books, several columns and a comic during the past two years. Editor and Publisher (March 18): 42

Astor, David. 1995. First-day ceremony for cartoon stamps. Editor & Publisher (September 30): 31-2

Astor, David. 1995. Four cartoonists in seriocomic session: Award-winning creators talk about everything from childhood traumas to syndication success [Jim Davis, Jim Borgman, Mike Peters, Lynn Johnston]. Editor and Publisher (June 17): 34-5

Astor, David. 1995. Future of comics is discussed by panel. Editor & Publisher (October 7): 34-5 Astor, David. 1995. Groundbreaking at a cartoon museum: Mort Walker shovels the first dirt at the site of a major cultural institution rising in South Florida. Editor and Publisher (January 14): 38-9

Astor, David. 1995. Herblock speaks at cartoon convention. Editor and Publisher (August 5): 26

Astor, David. 1995. Journalistic giants feted at N.Y. event [Herblock]. Editor and Publisher (May 27): 32-3

Astor, David. 1995. MacNelly on 'telly' led to cartooning [also Steve Bentley, African-American cartoonist]? Editor and Publisher (September 23): 40-1

Astor, David. 1995. New award and outlet for widely syndicated creator; UN group names prize after Ranan Lurie, whose political cartoons now run in Time International. Editor and Publisher (March 11): 42

Astor, David. 1995. Newsprint's impact on the feature biz. Editor and Publisher (April 1): 34-6

Astor, David. 1995. NFC speaker takes a look at the future [editorial cartoonist Mike Luckovich]. Editor and Publisher (October 28): 34

Astor, David. 1995. Oklahoma City bombing cartoon angers many readers in Takoma. Editor and Publisher (June 10): 33-4

Astor, David. 1995. Retired cartoonist receives a Reuben: Gary Larson wins the National Cartoonists Society award five months after ending his 'Far Side' comic. Editor and Publisher (June 3): 48-9

Astor, David. 1995. Should cartoonists draw role models? 'FoxTrot' creator Bill Amend answers this question during a speech at the Ohio State cartoon festival. Editor and Publisher (September 9): 34

Astor, David. 1995. Strip's audience is both big and happy; Readers get 'One Big Happy' reinstated every time a newspaper tries to drop the family comic [by Rick Detorie]. Editor and Publisher (March 4): 42-3

Astor, David. 1995. Strong reaction to end of comic strip: People are talking about 'Calvin and Hobbes,' which will leave nearly 2,400 newspapers on December 31. Editor and Publisher (November 18): 38-9

Astor, David. 1995. Syndicate is fighting California's attempt to levy a tax on cartoons. Editor and Publisher (June 3): 49-50

Astor, David. 1995. Syndicates race into cyberspace. Editor and Publisher (May 6): 36-8

Astor, David. 1995. Trio of cartoonists offer fresh content; But many daily newspaper editors who say they want fresh content are not buying their work [Ted Rall, Tom Tomorrow, Nina Paley]. Editor and Publisher (August 12): 34-5

Astor, David. 1995. United starts web site on the Internet: The cyberspace area gives computer users access to comics, editorial cartoons, background info and more. Editor and Publisher (April 8): 28

Astor, David. 1995. Universal birthday celebrated in K.C. [Garry Trudeau]. Editor and Publisher (February 18): 42-3

Astor, David. 1995. Which comic strip has the most clients: 'Peanuts' or 'Garfield'? Editor and Publisher (May 6): 38

Astor, David. 1996. [Comics and polls.] Editor and Publisher 129(Nov 2):30.

Astor, David. 1996. A bodacious look at Fred Lasswell [Barney Google & Snuffy Smith strip]. Editor & Publisher (January 13): 30-32

Astor, David. 1996. A Ms.-story about gender in comics. Editor & Publisher (October 5): 34-36

Astor, David. 1996. A Ms.-story about gender in comics. Editor and Publisher 129(Oct 5):34.

Astor, David. 1996. A Rubin citation for 'Ernie' strip [Secretary of the Treasury letter on Bud Grace comic]. Editor & Publisher (December 28): 33

Astor, David. 1996. A site-seeing trip along the internet [cartoonists web sites]. Editor & Publisher (February 17): 36-37

Astor, David. 1996. An early look at a time-off policy [comic strip vacations]. Editor & Publisher (January 27): 32

Astor, David. 1996. An online lineup of cartoonist speakers [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists]. Editor & Publisher (June 29): 40

Astor, David. 1996. Awards debated at cartoon gathering [National Cartoonists Society Reuben award]. Editor & Publisher (June 1): 58-59

Astor, David. 1996. Borgman talks to fellow cartoonists [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists]. Editor & Publisher (June 15): 98

Astor, David. 1996. Cartooning views from non-artists [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists]. Editor & Publisher (July 13): 24-25

Astor, David. 1996. Cartoonists comment on their craft at columnist convention. Editor & Publisher (August 10): 33

Astor, David. 1996. Cartoonists get an anti-tobacco pitch [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists]. Editor & Publisher (June 22): 47

Astor, David. 1996. Cartoonists without a home newspaper. Editor & Publisher (May 18): 40-41

Astor, David. 1996. Controversy over a pulled 'B.C.' comic [religion]. Editor & Publisher (April 13): 50-51

Astor, David. 1996. Council gets report on digital delivery [of syndicated cartoons]. Editor & Publisher (October 19): 48-9

Astor, David. 1996. 'Cursive' script for actor who receives cartooning award [Denis Leary and National Cartoonists Society]. Editor & Publisher (December 14): 32

Astor, David. 1996. Editorial cartoonist having a big year [Jim Morin]. Editor & Publisher (September 28): 32-33

Astor, David. 1996. Editorial cartoonists get a reality check [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists]. Editor & Publisher (July 6): 34-35

Astor, David. 1996. Fellow creators pay tribute to Bombeck [Bil Keane]. Editor & Publisher (May 4): 40-41

Astor, David. 1996. Illinois readers are sponsoring comic. Editor & Publisher (April 20): 34

Astor, David. 1996. It's reigning a cat and a dog in hit strip [Mutts]. Editor and Publisher 129(Nov 16):40.

Astor, David. 1996. It's reigning a cat and dog in hit strip [Patrick McDonnell and Mutts]. Editor & Publisher (November 16): 40-41

Astor, David. 1996. Laughs and gripes about stereotypes [Association of American Editorial Cartoonists]. Editor & Publisher (June 22): 46-47

Astor, David. 1996. Lurie creates a cartoon monthly. Editor & Publisher (September 7): 34

Astor, David. 1996. One company and many destinations [John Klem, Editors Press Service syndicate and international comic strip sales]. Editor & Publisher (September 14): 32-34

Astor, David. 1996. Overnight success took a long time [female editorial cartoonist Marie Woolf]. Editor & Publisher (April 6): 40-41

Astor, David. 1996. Overnight success took a long time [Marie Woolf; from Editor & Publisher]. AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Spring)

Astor, David. 1996. Panelists take polar positions on polls. Editor and Publisher (November 2): 30-1

Astor, David. 1996. Perennial nominee is finally a winner [Garry Trudeau & National Cartoonists Society Reuben award]. Editor & Publisher (May 25): 34

Astor, David. 1996. Several artists are mad at magazine [black cartoonists & New Yorker]. Editor & Publisher (June 8): 35-36

Astor, David. 1996. Several syndicates are dukes of URL. Editor and Publisher 129(Nov 23):22.

Astor, David. 1996. Syndicates are on a web-width watch [size of comic strip pages]. Editor & Publisher (February 10): 8-10

Astor, David. 1996. Takoma cartoonist tackles the issues [editorial cartoonist Chris Britt]. Editor & Publisher (April 27): 90-92

Astor, David. 1996. Ten-minute deadline for two cartoonists [editorial cartoonists Ben Sargent and Mike Ramirez]. Editor & Publisher (October 12): 48-49

Astor, David. 1996. The mail prerogative is losing popularity: Many editorial cartoons and a growing number of comics are being sent electronically to syndicates. Editor & Publisher (December 21): 24-26

Astor, David. 1996. The past as well as the future were present in 1995 syndication. Editor & Publisher (January 6): 70-72

Astor, David. 1996. Toon-full Weekend For A New Museum [from Editor & Publisher]. AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Spring)

Astor, David. 1996. Toon-full weekend for a new museum. Editor & Publisher (March 16): 38-39

Astor, David. 1996. What goes online and what doesn't [syndicated material on web sites]. Editor & Publisher (December 14): 30-32

Astor, David. 1997. ['Beetle Bailey''s] Halftrack Getting Full Reeducation [on sexual harrassment]. Editor and Publisher (July 05): 33

Astor, David. 1997. [Cartoonist Profiles] Magazine Offers Cartoon Material. Editor and Publisher (August 2): 32

Astor, David. 1997. [Charles Schulz] Strip Streak Stretched Nearly Half A Century. Editor and Publisher (December 20): 30

Astor, David. 1997. [editorial cartoonist] Telnaes Wins A Headliner Honor. Editor and Publisher (May 10): 32

Astor, David. 1997. [Editorial Cartoons] Panel Ponders Past, Present And Pols. Editor & Publisher (April 19): 34

Astor, David. 1997. [Editorial Cartoons] Panel Ponders Past, Present And Pols. Editor and Publisher (April 19): 34

Astor, David. 1997. [England dwelling / New Zealand native Kim Casali has died] Was The Creator Of 'Love Is . . .' Editor and Publisher (June 28): 50

Astor, David. 1997. [Gary] Markstein Wins Fischetti Award [ John Fischetti Editorial Cartoon Competition]. Editor and Publisher (October 25): 52

Astor, David. 1997. [George] Breisacher Now Heading [National Cartoonists Society] Group. Editor and Publisher (May 24): 31

Astor, David. 1997. [Henry] Payne [editorial] Cartoons Now With SHNS. Editor and Publisher (July 19): 63

Astor, David. 1997. [Mike Cavna's] 'Warped' Focus On Geography. Editor and Publisher (November 8): 38

Astor, David. 1997. ['Off the Mark'] Comic Turns 10 With A Web Site. Editor and Publisher (October 4): 38

Astor, David. 1997. ['Roswell' strip] Inspired By '47 Alien 'Incident'. Editor and Publisher (July 12): 32

Astor, David. 1997. [Wiley] Miller Creates Cartoons, Controversy. Editor and Publisher (August 23): 10

Astor, David. 1997. A View Of United From Outside Its Exec Team [United Media Syndicate]. Editor and Publisher (December 6): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Anniversary For 'Frank & Ernest' [By Bob Thaves]. Editor and Publisher (November 8): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Another Gay Kid In The Comics? [Greg Evans' 'Luann']. Editor and Publisher (August 9): 30

Astor, David. 1997. 'Arlo & Janis' Is Focus Of Exhibit. Editor and Publisher (September 13): 38

Astor, David. 1997. ArtistMarket.com Makes Its Debut [web site showcases cartoonists]. Editor and Publisher (June 21): 109

Astor, David. 1997. Big-paper biggies: Garfield, Dilbert. Editor and Publisher 130(Mar 1):30.

Astor, David. 1997. Big-paper biggies: Garfield, Dilbert. Editor and Publisher 130(Mar 1):30

Astor, David. 1997. Bill Would End Art Tax In Calif. Editor and Publisher (May 24): 31

Astor, David. 1997. Borgman, Scott create a comic. Editor and Publisher 130(19; May 10):30-31.

Astor, David. 1997. 'Boyz' Creator Has New Book ['Mama's Boyz' Cartoonist Jerry Craft]. Editor and Publisher (November 1): 48

Astor, David. 1997. Cairo Cover For U.S. Cartoonist. Editor and Publisher (April 19): 34

Astor, David. 1997. Cartoon Mag On Syndicate's Site [Cartoonist Profiles magazine]. Editor and Publisher (December 6): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Cartoonist [Doug Marlette] Wins Kennedy Award [for his editorial cartoons]. Editor and Publisher (May 31): 32

Astor, David. 1997. Cartoonists And Writers Honored [Editorial cartoonist Bob Gorrell won the Berryman Award; 'Mutts' creator Patrick McDonnell]. Editor and Publisher (December 20): 32

Astor, David. 1997. Cartoonists At 'Career' Exhibit ['Curtis' creator Ray Billingsley and 'Nancy' artist Guy Gilchrist]. Editor and Publisher (November 1): 48

Astor, David. 1997. Cartoonists Hold A Hues Conference [on coloring their own Sunday comics via computer]. Editor and Publisher (May 31): 30

Astor, David. 1997. Charles Schulz Gets Golf Prize [Raymond C. Firestone Award for cartoons about golf]. Editor and Publisher (September 13): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Column critical of 'Dilbert' strip. Editor and Publisher 130(16; Apr 19):33.

Astor, David. 1997. Column Critical Of 'Dilbert' Strip. Editor and Publisher (April 19): 33

Astor, David. 1997. Comic Air-itates Air Jordan Firm [Garry Trudeau's 'Doonesbury' strips on Nike factory in Vietnam]. Editor and Publisher (June 21): 109

Astor, David. 1997. 'Comic Capers' Event In Florida ['Blondie' writer Dean Young and artist Denis Lebrun, and 'Hagar the Horrible' cartoonist Chris Browne]. Editor and Publisher (October 4): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Comic Captions From Web Site ['The Joke's On You' by Phil Ryder]. Editor and Publisher (June 7): 40

Astor, David. 1997. 'Comic Corner' Kid Page Starts ['Sirg's Comic Corner' by Richard Sirgiovanni]. Editor and Publisher (September 13): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Comic stamps get millions of saves [collecting comics stamps]. Editor and Publisher 130(11; Mar 15):30.

Astor, David. 1997. Comic stamps get millions of saves [collecting comics stamps]. Editor and Publisher 130(11; Mar 15):30

Astor, David. 1997. Comic Surveys Can Take A Variety Of Forms. Editor & Publisher (November 22): 33

Astor, David. 1997. Comics Featured In Trio Of Shows [including 'Sylvia']. Editor and Publisher (September 20): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Commentary On A Cartoon Field [Doug Marlette's 'Editorial Cartoonists: An Endangered Species?']. Editor and Publisher (July 12): 32

Astor, David. 1997. Copley Offering Workplace Panel ['Offline' by Herb Stansbury]. Editor and Publisher (October 11): 43

Astor, David. 1997. 'Crankshaft' [by Tom Batiuk and Chuck Ayers] The Favorite In Poll. Editor and Publisher (May 31): 32

Astor, David. 1997. Creator Back To Self-Syndicating [editorial cartoonist Mickey Siporin]. Editor and Publisher (August 23): 40

Astor, David. 1997. 'CyberSleuth' [by Rick Broadhead] Is Offered By TMS. Editor and Publisher (July 19): 63

Astor, David. 1997. Debut For Lower Electronic Price [from Tribune Media Services]. Editor and Publisher (July 26): 31

Astor, David. 1997. 'Dennis' Has Old Toon Characters [including Jiggs, Krazy Kat, Little Nemo and Pogo]. Editor and Publisher (August 30): 30

Astor, David. 1997. Digital Color For Weekday Strips. Editor and Publisher (June 21): 109

Astor, David. 1997. Editorial Cartoonist [Ted Ral] Is Also A Columnist. Editor & Publisher (April 26): 96 Unknown. 1997. Back To Work After Post-Pulitzer Frenzy [Editorial Cartoonist Walt Handelsman]. Editor & Publisher (April 26): 94

Astor, David. 1997. Effort To Save 'Pogo' Swamp. Editor and Publisher (August 23): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Egyptian Paper Drops [Rana Lurie's editorial] Cartoons. Editor and Publisher (April 26): 95

Astor, David. 1997. 'Ernie' Attracting Swedish Visitors [to New Jersey]. Editor and Publisher (October 4): 37

Astor, David. 1997. Exclusivity Rule Survives Again. Editor and Publisher (June 14): 42 Astor, David. 1997. Latest 'Dilbert' Book Released. Editor and Publisher (June 21): 108

Astor, David. 1997. Feiffer To Voice: No Pay? I Quit. Editor and Publisher (June 7): 39

Astor, David. 1997. Fewer Cartoons In Village Voice. Editor and Publisher (July 19): 64

Astor, David. 1997. First 'Peanuts' Break Since '50. Editor and Publisher (November 1): 47

Astor, David. 1997. Fools' Day features a funnies flip-flop. Editor and Publisher 130(14; Apr 5):46-47.

Astor, David. 1997. 'For Better' Wins Another Survey. Editor and Publisher (August 2): 32

Astor, David. 1997. Fortieth Birthday For 'Andy Capp'. Editor and Publisher (August 30): 29

Astor, David. 1997. 'Frank' Featuring Interactive Strips ['Frank & Ernest' on internet]. Editor and Publisher (September 13): 37

Astor, David. 1997. Friend Inspired Beetle Character [and donation to the International Museum of Cartoon Art by Mort Walker]. Editor and Publisher (September 20): 37

Astor, David. 1997. From The Wood Collection Of Art [political cartoons at Newseum museum]. Editor and Publisher (May 10): 32

Astor, David. 1997. 'Funky'[Winkerbean by Tom Batiuk] Reaches Its 25th Birthday. Editor and Publisher (May 10): 32

Astor, David. 1997. 'Funnies' Event In Cedar Rapids [Museum of Art's 'Ten Days With the Funnies' exhibit includes 'Peanuts', 'Marmaduke', and 'Beetle Bailey']. Editor and Publisher (July 19): 64

Astor, David. 1997. Gary Larson Is Keeping Busy. Editor and Publisher (November 8): 38

Astor, David. 1997. 'Gasoline Alley' In The Big Apple. Editor and Publisher (December 13): 52

Astor, David. 1997. Gay Teen Gets Some Reaction ['For Better or For Worse']. Editor and Publisher (August 23): 39

Astor, David. 1997. 'Ghost' Readers Create Creatures ['Ghost Story Club' contest]. Editor and Publisher (June 7): 40

Astor, David. 1997. He Created The 'Winthrop' Strip [Dick Cavalli has died]. Editor and Publisher (November 1): 48

Astor, David. 1997. 'Hedge' Cartoon Goes Hollywood [movie based on 'Over the Hedge' by Michael Fry and T Lewis]. Editor and Publisher (May 17): 39

Astor, David. 1997. He's The Chump With The Hump [Joe Camel won the Sitting Duck Award]. Editor and Publisher (July 12): 31

Astor, David. 1997. High Court Asked To Rule On Exclusivity [of syndication]. Editor and Publisher (May 17): 39

Astor, David. 1997. Huge Debut For The 'Zits' Comic. Editor and Publisher (July 05): 34

Astor, David. 1997. Innovative web site for 'Frank and Ernest'. Editor and Publisher 130 (February 8):28.

Astor, David. 1997. Innovative web site for 'Frank and Ernest.' Editor and Publisher 130(Feb 8):28.

Astor, David. 1997. Joe Camel [editorial cartoons by Mark Cohen] Art Is (Gasp) For Sale. Editor and Publisher (September 13): 38

Astor, David. 1997. 'Katzenjammer' Comic Now 100. Editor and Publisher (December 20): 31

Astor, David. 1997. King Features [Syndicate] Is Now On The Net. Editor and Publisher (December 13): 51

Astor, David. 1997. Long History Of [syndication] Exclusivity Wars. Editor and Publisher (May 24): 32

Astor, David. 1997. Mag Devoted To 'Alley Oop' Strip. Editor and Publisher (November 8): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Many Live Kids Join Ghost Club[from 'Ghost Story Club' comic]. Editor and Publisher (September 20): 38

Astor, David. 1997. 'Meatloaf' Has A Creative Canine [Mark Buford's 'Meatloaf Night with Brewster']. Editor and Publisher (September 13): 37

Astor, David. 1997. More Comics From Outside The Big 5 [syndicates]. Editor & Publisher (December 13): 50

Astor, David. 1997. More Comics From Outside The Big 5. Editor and Publisher (December 13): 50

Astor, David. 1997. 'Muddle' [by Bob Gorrell and Gary Brookins] Moves To A Syndicate. Editor and Publisher (December 13): 52

Astor, David. 1997. New Book For A Cartoon Chapter [of the National Cartoonists Society containing the cartoons of, information about and comments by its members]. Editor and Publisher (June 7): 40

Astor, David. 1997. New Comic ['Daily Special' by Donna Barstow] Has Eat-Out Theme . Editor and Publisher (June 7): 40

Astor, David. 1997. New Comics For Bruce Hammond ['Homespin' with housing/real estate theme and the other on money]. Editor and Publisher (July 19): 63

Astor, David. 1997. News Of Newly Released Books [Win, Lose & Drew: Greatest Hits collection of sports cartoons by Drew Litton]. Editor and Publisher (September 13): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Offbeat Cartoon Panel Is Offered ['Juxtapose' written by Jay Schiller and drawn by Greg Cravens]. Editor and Publisher (May 3): 56

Astor, David. 1997. Pair Of Cartoon Panels Offered [Rick London's 'Rickshtick' and 'London's Bridge]. Editor and Publisher (May 3): 56

Astor, David. 1997. 'Quality Time' [by Gail Machlis] Is Featured In [web] Site. Editor and Publisher (September 20): 37

Astor, David. 1997. Racial Cartoon [by Ted Rall] Draws Reaction. Editor and Publisher (May 17): 40

Astor, David. 1997. Ramirez Is Prez And Pett Will Be [president-elect of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists]. Editor and Publisher (October 4): 37

Astor, David. 1997. Revived 'Terry' Strip Has Ended. Editor and Publisher (August 9): 29

Astor, David. 1997. Saturday Morning Cartoon Session [on web sites]. Editor and Publisher (May 24): 30

Astor, David. 1997. Show [Exhibit Called 'Your Career in the Comics'] Will Cover Comic Careers. Editor and Publisher (October 11): 44

Astor, David. 1997. Stan Lee's 75th Is Being Marked. Editor and Publisher (December 13): 44, 52

Astor, David. 1997. 'Sylvia' Strip Is Not In The Post. Editor and Publisher (December 6): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Syndicate Offers A Trio Of Strips [ New England Features Syndicate; 'Cotton Candy,' on six African-American children; 'Rugby,' about a male teen; 'Prince Lightning,'on a robot]. Editor and Publisher (December 20): 32

Astor, David. 1997. Tenth Birthday For 'WittyWorld'. Editor and Publisher (August 2): 31

Astor, David. 1997. 'The Sweat Sox' Strip Is Created [by Ross Bunch on a fictional minor league baseball team]. Editor and Publisher (September 6): 37

Astor, David. 1997. They set their sites on the web in 1996 [syndicates]. Editor and Publisher 130(Jan 4):64.

Astor, David. 1997. They set their sites on the web in 1996 [syndicates]. Editor and Publisher 130 (Jan 4): 64.

Astor, David. 1997. They're Booked For The Autumn [new United Media cartoon books released]. Editor and Publisher (December 20): 32

Astor, David. 1997. They're Honored For Sundae Best [in 'Nancy' contest]. Editor and Publisher (November 8): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Thousands Vote On Luann Match. Editor and Publisher (May 3): 56

Astor, David. 1997. TMS Introduces Pulitzer Package [of editorial cartoons]. Editor and Publisher (October 25): 52

Astor, David. 1997. Two Cartoonists Heading Schools [Bradley Keough, director of the Cartoonerama correspondence course, succeeds founding director Leo Stoutsenberger]. Editor and Publisher (July 19): 64

Astor, David. 1997. Two Honored at Cartoonist Event [National Cartoonists Society, Tim Rosenthal]. Editor and Publisher (December 13): 52

Astor, David. 1997. United Will Offer 'Herman' Reruns. Editor and Publisher (May 24): 32

Astor, David. 1997. Upcoming Book Is Anti-'Dilbert'. Editor and Publisher (July 12): 31

Astor, David. 1997. Watterson Topic Of Parade Query. Editor and Publisher (September 13): 38

Astor, David. 1997. Web Delivery Is Started By TMS. Editor and Publisher (August 2): 31

Astor, David. 1997. Weber Web Site [King Features Syndicate cartoonist Bob Weber Jr. 'Slylock Fox and Comics for Kids' ]. Editor and Publisher (December 13): 51

Astor, David. 1997. Woolf And Wiley Team Up On Net. Editor and Publisher (August 30): 29

Astor, David. 1998. AAEC members address Ohio State Cartoon Festival [from Editor & Publisher (November 7)]. AAEC (Association of American Editorial Cartoonists) Notebook (Fall)

Astor, David. 2005. Comics Cut: Newark Paper Drops Fat Cat, Newlywed. E and P Online (October 2)

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Ata, Abe. 2006. Trapping Australian Arabs in a cartoon. ON LINE opinion - Australia's e-journal of social and political debate (August 16): http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=4707

Atagi, Patrick. 2000. Misplaced statue [letter on 'For Better or For Worse']. Washington Post (May 27): A25

Atchinson, Lee. 1999. Love, Honor, Death, and Tea: Donna Barr [interview]. Sequential Tart 2(2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/feb99/barr.shtml

Atchinson, Lee. 1999. Mother, May I? Views on Mothers and the New Readership Sequential Tart 2(2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/feb99/mother.shtml

Atchinson, Lee. 1999. On Digital Comics: Kristen Brennan [electronic comics creator interview]. Sequential Tart 2(2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/feb99/brennan.shtml

Atchinson, Lee. 1999. Romancing the Industry: Lea Hernandez [interview]. Sequential Tart 2(2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/feb99/hernandez.shtml

Atchinson, Lee. 1999. Something More than T&A: The Estrogen Brigade [women in comics]. Sequential Tart 2(2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/feb99/estrogen.shtml

Atchinson, Lee. 1999. Watching Your P's And Q's: Katherine Keller [Halloween Comics editor interview]. Sequential Tart 2(2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/feb99/keller.shtml

Atchinson, Lee. 1999. Where are the 'Female-Friendly' Comics? Sequential Tart 2(2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/feb99/friendly.shtml

Atchinson, Lee. 1999. Wild About Colors: Laura DePuy [Wildstorm colorist interview]. Sequential Tart 2(2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/feb99/depuy.shtml

Atchinson, Lee. 2002. Fads That Won't Fade: Pro Roundtable. Sequential Tart (October)

Atchinson, Lee. 2002. Hard at Work with Steel and Iron: Christopher Moeller. Sequential Tart (October)

Atchinson, Lee. 2002. Pittsburgh Comicon 2002. Sequential Tart (June)

Atchinson, Lee. 2002. The Dreamiest of Cons: SPX 2002 [convention]. Sequential Tart (October)

Atchinson, Lee. 2002. Wizard World East [convention]. Sequential Tart (June)

Atchinson, Lee. 2003. Confrontation in a World of Super­Heroes: DavidYurkovich. Sequential Tart (January)

Atchinson, Lee. 2003. DC's Marketing Doyenne: Patty Jeres. SequentialTart (January)

Atchinson, Lee. 2003. The Last Century in Comics: Pro Roundtable.Sequential Tart (January)

Atchinson, Lee. 2003. Venturing Into Mythology: Jamal Igle.Sequential Tart (February)

Atchinson, Lee. 2005. Declaration of Independents: Kickball Evangelist - Corey Lewis. Sequential Tart (November)

Atchinson, Lee. 2005. Erotica and Radio Comix: Discovering a Niche Market. Sequential Tart (September)

Atchinson, Lee. 2005. Meet Scott Pilgrim: Bryan Lee O'Malley. Sequential Tart (November)

Atchinson, Lee. 2005. Parks in Kansas: Ande Parks. Sequential Tart (November)

Atchinson, Lee. 2005. Rolling the Dice: Jenn Manley Lee. Sequential Tart (October)

Atchinson, Lee. 2005. Strange Attractors: Ian Shaughnessy. Sequential Tart (October)

Atchison, Lee and Karon Flage. 2000. Convention Orchestration: David Glanzer [interview with Director of Marketing and Public Relations for San Diego Comic-Con International]. Sequential Tart 3 (7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee et. al. 2000. Read This Or Die - Judd Winick's Pedro and Me. Sequential Tart 3 (11; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee et. al. 2004. Read this or die: Owly. Sequential Tart(December)

Atchison, Lee, Laura DePuy and Shauna Ratliff. 1999. Wondercon, Oakland, California [convention report]. Sequential Tart 2(5;May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/may99/wondercon.shtml

Atchison, Lee, Suzette Chan, Katherine Keller , and Jamaica Dyer. 2004. Read this or die: How Loathsome, vol. 1. Sequential Tart(October)

Atchison, Lee. 1999. 13 Questions: Jon Hastings [interview]. Sequential Tart (October): http://www.sequentialtart.com/13quest_1099.shtml

Atchison, Lee. 1999. Alien Accountants, Vampire Unicorns, and Pops? Oh, my!: Jon Hastings [interview of comic book creator of 'Smith Brown Jones: Alien Accountant']. Sequential Tart 2(7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/july99/hastings.shtml

Atchison, Lee. 1999. Breaking and Entering: The Submission Process. Sequential Tart 2(7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/july99/art_0799_2.shtml

Atchison, Lee. 1999. Detailing the Monster Hero: Dan Brereton [interview]. Sequential Tart 2 (8; August): http://www.sequentialtart.com/aug99/brereton.shtml

Atchison, Lee. 1999. Fundraising on Behalf of the CBLDF. Sequential Tart 2 (11; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com

Atchison, Lee. 1999. Legends of the Dark Angel: The Influence of Batman on Angel. Sequential Tart 2 (10; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 1999. Mid Ohio Con 1999: Columbus, Ohio. Sequential Tart 2 (11; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com

Atchison, Lee. 1999. Moving Through The Spectrum: Ken Meyer Jr. [interview]. Sequential Tart 2 (10; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 1999. On Books and Waiting: Linda Medley [interview]. Sequential Tart 2 (10; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 1999. Plucky, Imaginative Heroines: Rachel Hartman [interview with minicomic 'Amy Unbounded' creator]. Sequential Tart 2(7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/july99/hartman.shtml

Atchison, Lee. 1999. Retailers Corner Eisner [award] Special: Alternate Reality Comics, Las Vegas, NV [interview]. Sequential Tart 2 (8; August): http://www.sequentialtart.com/aug99/retailer.shtml

Atchison, Lee. 1999. Turn The Radio On: Jane Smith Fisher [interview]. Sequential Tart 2 (6; June): http://www.sequentialtart.com/june99/fisher.shtml

Atchison, Lee. 1999. War and Vengeance, Fraternity and Betrayal, Faith and Wisdom: Shane Amaya [interview of Xeric grant winner; 'Roland: Days of Wrath' creator]. Sequential Tart 2(7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/july99/amaya.shtml '', Atchison, Lee. 2000. A Counter (X) Reformation: Brian Wood and Steve Pugh [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (3; March): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2000. Anime Boys. Sequential Tart 3 (2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2000. Comics to Film. Sequential Tart 3 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2000. Enraptured by a New Vision: Vertigo Visions [DC book review]. Sequential Tart 3 (6; June): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2000. Generating a New Direction in Comics: CrossGeneration Comics. Sequential Tart 3 (7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2000. In Search of Fortune and Glory: Brian Bendis [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2000. Mini-Comics: Bringing Creative Freedom to the Masses. Sequential Tart 3 (2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2000. Pass the Bananas: A Look at Gorilla Comics. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2000. She Said WHAT?!: Dubbed vs. Subtitled in the Anime Realm. Sequential Tart 3 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2000. The Beauty of Science: Jim Ottaviani [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2000. The Goth Genre and Slave Labor Graphics. Sequential Tart 3 (3; March): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2000. The Special Effects Girl: Laura DePuy [colorist]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2001. A Rabbit's Perspective Examining Themes in Usagi Yojimbo. Sequential Tart 4 (3; March): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2001. New Voices [Mid Ohio Con convention panel]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2001. Socializing In Ohio: A Mid Ohio Con Report [convention]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2001. The Fool: Tarot, Comics, and Archetypes. Sequential Tart 4 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Atchison, Lee. 2002. 13 Questions: Rachel Hartman. Sequential Tart (April)

Atchison, Lee. 2002. It Lives! In Which the ST Booth at MegaCon Takes On A Life Of Its Own. Sequential Tart (April)

Atchison, Lee. 2004. A Big Win for Abadazad: Disney's Aquisition ofCrossGen Intellectual Properties. Sequential Tart (December)

Atchison, Lee. 2004. Discussions On Manwha: With Park Sang­Sun andYou Hyun [Korea]. Sequential Tart (September)

Atchison, Lee. 2004. Mini­Comics as Objects d'Art. Sequential Tart(November)

Atchison, Lee. 2004. Something for Everyman: Dan and Steven Goldman.Sequential Tart (December)

Atchison, Lee. 2004. SPX Dreams [convention]. Sequential Tart (November)

Atchison, Lee. 2004. Working Like Slaves: A Pro­Roundtable on SlaveLabor Graphics. Sequential Tart (December)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. Art for Tarts: Navigating the World of Comic Book Original Art. Sequential Tart (August)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. Beware the Teenage Savior: Jai Nitz. Sequential Tart (June)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. Cracking Some Strange Eggs: Chris P. Reilly. Sequential Tart (July)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. Declaration of Independents: A Tale of Apocalyptic Proportions - Ricardo Porven. Sequential Tart (July)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. Declaration of Independents: One More Question:Jason Franks. Sequential Tart (May)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. Mad for Small Towns: Tom Manning. Sequential Tart (August)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. Meet the Snarly One: Kris Dresen. Sequential Tart (June)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. Peddling Pornography: The Editors of the SmutPeddler Anthology. Sequential Tart (February)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. Portrait of a Digital Painter: Bringing Magicto Life - Scott Johnson. Sequential Tart (January)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. Sneaking into the Boys Club: Secret Origin of aFan Girl. Sequential Tart (March)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. Spiral Bound for Adventure: Aaron Renier. Sequential Tart (December)

Atchison, Lee. 2005. The Fantastic Visuals of Hell: Ryan Kelly. Sequential Tart (May)

Atchison, Lee. 2006. Behind the Scenes with SPX: Jeff Alexander [convention]. Sequential Tart (June)

Atchison, Lee. 2006. Conversations with a Wacom Monkey: Frazer Irving. Sequential Tart (December)

Atchison, Lee. 2006. Filling the Psyche: Leigh Dragoon. Sequential Tart (June)

Atchison, Lee. 2006. The Environmental Themes of Black Orchid. Sequential Tart (April)

Atchison, Lee. 2006. When Western Meets Sci-Fi: Scott Mitchell Rosenberg. Sequential Tart (October)

Atchison, Lee. 2007. 13 Questions: Jeff Parker. Sequential Tart (October 8): http://www.sequentialtart.com/article.php?id=685

Atchison, Lee. 2007. Bringing Conan to Life: Rafael Kayanan. Sequential Tart (April)

Atchison, Lee. 2007. Classic Heroes: Dario Carrasco, Jr. Sequential Tart (March)

Atchison, Lee. 2007. Entering Dark Times: Douglas Wheatley [Star Wars]. Sequential Tart (April)

Atchison, Lee. 2007. Invisible Children: Mike Bullock. Sequential Tart (March)

Atchison, Lee. 2007. Megalomaniacs and Supermen: Fabian Nicieza. Sequential Tart (March)

Atchison, Lee. 2007. More Minx: Clubbing and Good as Lily. Sequential Tart (September 17): http://www.sequentialtart.com/article.php?id=687

Atchison, Lee. 2007. Pride of Comicdom: Brian K. Vaughan. Sequential Tart (January)

Atchison, Lee. 2007. Targeting Deviant Misanthropes: Jason Yungbluth. Sequential Tart (March)

Atchison, Lee. 2007. Wild about Comics: Todd Nauck. Sequential Tart (February)

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Best, Daniel. 2003. Welcome to Bob McLeod @ Adelaide Comics and Books. Adelaide Comics and Books: http://www.adelaidecomicsandbooks.com/mcleod.htm

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Bowles, Scott. 2003. Marvel's chief: A force outside, 'a kid inside' [Avi Arad]. USA Today (June 6)

Bowles, Scott. 2003. Old-style animation flounders. USA Today (July 9)

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Boyle, Phil. 2006. Free Comic Book Day: A day to focus on folks who aren't comics fans. Comics and Games Retailer (170; May): 20-21

Boyle, Phil. 2006. Going over the order form: Four factors to consider for new products. Comics and Games Retailer (169; April): 58

Boyle, Phil. 2006. New comic excitement: Create excitement for the comics fans love. Comics and Games Retailer (March): 18

Boyle, Phil. 2006. Procrastination = failure: Make things happen today so you have a tomorrow. Comics and Games Retailer (173, August): 50-51

Boyle, Phil. 2006. Stocking independents II: Too little is as bad as too much. Comics and Games Retailer (172; July): 20-21

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Braden, Scott. 2001. Eastern alliances or, Bill and Chuck's excellent adventure! [cover title: Toys: How they happen, where they come from! Diamond's Bill Schanes and Chuck Terceira take you to the far east.]. Diamond Dialogue (February): 25-26, 56-57

Braden, Scott. 2001. Insuring success: Are you and your store insured to withstand a crisis? Diamond Dialogue (November): 42-43, 54-55

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Brady, Matt and Mike Doran. 2001. Captain America moves to Marvel Knights. Comics & Games Retailer (May): 33

Brady, Matt. 1998 How do you make an 'Akiko'? Comics Buyer's Guide (1296; September 18): 26-27

Brady, Matt. 1998. A very special 'Crisis' special. Comics Buyer's Guide (1300; October 16): 83

Brady, Matt. 1998. Mastering 'Crisis': A visit with Marv Wolfman. Comics Buyer's Guide (1300; October 16): 44-46, 80-1

Brady, Matt. 2003 Looking at Crossgen's Bridges [teaching with comic books]. Newsarama (January 15): http://www.newsarama.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=2&t=0001 14''>http://www.newsarama.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=2&

Brady, Matt. 2004. Eight Months in and...? Erik Larsen on Being a Publisher [Image Comics]. Newsarama (October 8): http://newsarama.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=19222

Brady, Matt. 2004. Looking at Four Years With Joe Quesada. Newsarama (October 8): http://www.newsarama.com/pages/Marvel/JoeQ4Years.htm

Brady, Matt. 2004. The Ultimate Coloring Book: Steve Hamaker on Coloring Bone. Newsarama (October 8): http://newsarama.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=19211

Brady, Matt. 2006. Andy Diggle Joins Hellblazer With #230. Newsarama (October 18): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=88058

Brady, Matt. 2006. Bill Rosemann on Moving Back to Marvel. Newsarama (September 19): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=84577

Brady, Matt. 2006. Bob Wayne on Dc's New Foc System. Newsarama (September 26): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=85508

Brady, Matt. 2006. Dan Didio, A 2006 Look Back [DC Comics]. Newsarama (December 13): http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Didio/Didio1.html

Brady, Matt. 2006. Deepak Chopra on Ramayan, Myth, & Virgin Comics. Newsarama (October 6): http://www.newsarama.com/virgincomics/ramayan/Deepak_Rama.html

Brady, Matt. 2006. Ed Brubaker On Criminal #2 And Beyond. Newsarama (November 1): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=89639

Brady, Matt. 2006. Ed Brubaker On Winter Soldier: Winter Kills. Newsarama (December 7): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=93450

Brady, Matt. 2006. Ed Brubaker: Continuing His Criminal Ways. Newsarama (December 20): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=94895

Brady, Matt. 2006. Gail Simone Talks Tranquility. Newsarama (March 20): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?threadid=63609

Brady, Matt. 2006. Good or Bad? Frank Tieri Talks Juggernaut. Newsarama (October 21): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=88352

Brady, Matt. 2006. Gotham Chopra on Virgin Comics. Newsarama (June 14): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=73748

Brady, Matt. 2006. Howard Chaykin On Blade, Guggenheim, And Craft. Newsarama (September 29): Http://Www.Newsarama.Com/Marvelnew/Blade/02/Chaykinblade.Html

Brady, Matt. 2006. J. Michael Straczynski Talks Thor. Newsarama (September 11): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=83671

Brady, Matt. 2006. Joe Kubert Rallies the Creatve Communty for Dina Babbit. Newsarama (September 12): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=83781

Brady, Matt. 2006. Judd Winick and the Trials of Shazam. Newsarama (May 17): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=71004&highlight=Trials+Shazam

Brady, Matt. 2006. Judd Winick on Bringing the Luster Back to the Marvels. Newsarama (August 31): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=82534

Brady, Matt. 2006. Karen Berger Talks Minx. Newsarama (November 27): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=92334

Brady, Matt. 2006. Kurt Busiek Talks Post-Up, Up & Away Superman. Newsarama (October 4): http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Superman/busiek.html

Brady, Matt. 2006. Marv Wolfman on Nightwing. Newsarama (November 20): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=91707

Brady, Matt. 2006. Marvel Comics Us Stamps Character Selection Named. Newsarama (August 25): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=81833

Brady, Matt. 2006. Moving into the Mansion: Axel Alonso Talks X-men. Newsarama (September 12): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=83785

Brady, Matt. 2006. NYCC 07: Four Months And Counting - Talking To Greg Topalian [New York Comic Con]. Newsarama (November 1): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=89664

Brady, Matt. 2006. Oeming and Doran - On Sketching The Lord Of The Rings. Newsarama (October 13): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=87527

Brady, Matt. 2006. Stan Lee On His Dynamic Forces Book Deal . Newsarama (December 7): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=93493

Brady, Matt. 2006. Steve Niles On City Of Others and Working With Wrightson. Newsarama (December 7): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=93478

Brady, Matt. 2006. Steve Wacker On Working At Marvel. Newsarama (December 4): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=93087

Brady, Matt. 2006. Talking Civil War, Millarworld II, & '08 with Millar. Newsarama (November): http://www.newsarama.com/marvelnew/CivilWar/WarRoom/Millar_Part01.html

Brady, Matt. 2006. Talking Stormbreaker with Antony Johnston. Newsarama (October 4): http://www.newsarama.com/peNGUIN/Johnston_Strm.html

Brady, Matt. 2006. Talking To Paul Levitz, 2006. Newsarama (December 8, 11): http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Levitz/Levitz06_1.html , http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Levitz/Levitz06_2.html

Brady, Matt. 2006. The Lions of War: Bkv on Pride of Baghdad [Brian K. Vaughan]. Newsarama (August 30): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=82394

Brady, Matt. 2006. Tim Truman On Conan. Newsarama (October 19): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=88217

Brady, Matt. 2006. Tom Brevoort Talks Civil War Delays. Newsarama (August 16): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=80780

Brady, Matt. 2006. Tony Harris on being a Highlander cover guy. Newsarama (August 18): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=81012

Brady, Matt. 2006. Tony Harris on the New Style of ex Machina Art. Newsarama (August 3): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=79230

Brady, Matt. 2006. Torn From The Pages Of New Joe Fridays: A Quick Reader QandA With David Gabriel. Newsarama (October 2): Http://Forum.Newsarama.Com/Showthread.Php?T=86202

Brady, Matt. 2006. Your Man, Back @ Marvel - Bill Rosemann Moves Back To Marvel Comics Newsarama (September 17): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=84356

Brady, Matt. 2007. 20 Questions About The Boys With Garth Ennis. Newsarama (November 21): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=137123

Brady, Matt. 2007. An Annihilation Conquest Overview With Bill Rosemann. Newsarama (November 1): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=134981

Brady, Matt. 2007. Brad Meltzer On Pimpin' Comics In His Novels. Newsarama (April 26): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=110409

Brady, Matt. 2007. Checking Out 'Checkout' With Rucka And Winick - Updated [Checkmate comic book]. Newsarama (March 27): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=106660

Brady, Matt. 2007. Chris Yost On X-Men: Lord Vulcan. Newsarama (June 15): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=116737

Brady, Matt. 2007. Christos Gage On His Iron Man World War Hulk Tie In Issues. Newsarama (June 18): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=117135

Brady, Matt. 2007. David Morrell Talks Captain America: The Chosen. Newsarama (June 14): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=116612

Brady, Matt. 2007. Ed Brubaker On Young Avengers Presents: Patriot. Newsarama (December 11): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=139259 Brady, Matt. 2007. Steve Wacker: Talking Brand New Day [Spider-Man] Newsarama (December 11): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=139280

Brady, Matt. 2007. Ending An Era: Mark Bagley On Leaving Ultimate Spider-Man. Newsarama (June 14): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=116561

Brady, Matt. 2007. Entering The Dark Tower I: Peter David [Stephen King miniseries]. Newsarama (January 9): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=96883

Brady, Matt. 2007. Entering The Dark Tower I: Peter David [Steven King comic book]. Newsarama (January 9): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=96883

Brady, Matt. 2007. Entering The Dark Tower III: Richard Isanove. Newsarama (January 11): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=97146

Brady, Matt. 2007. Heroes Con/Ww Philly '07: Peter David Takes Over She-Hulk. Newsarama (June 16): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=116900

Brady, Matt. 2007. Heroes Con/Ww Philly '07: Steve Wacker On Amazing Spider-Man Three Times A Month. Newsarama (June 15): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=116780

Brady, Matt. 2007. Johns, Katz, And Jurgens Talk Booster Gold. Newsrama (March): http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Booster/booster.html

Brady, Matt. 2007. Mark Millar's Civil War Post-Game Show. Newsarama (February): http://www.newsarama.com/marvelnew/CivilWar/millar_final.html

Brady, Matt. 2007. Neal Adams Teams With Frank Miller For Batman. Newsarama (February 27): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=103114

Brady, Matt. 2007. The Boys Ends At Wildstorm. Newsarama (January 24): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=98812

Brady, Matt. 2007. Updated: Entering The Dark Tower II: Jae Lee. Newsarama (January 10): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=97006

Brady, Matt. 2008 Peter David On IDW's Star Trek: New Frontier Miniseries. Newsarama (March 10): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=149586

Brady, Matt. 2008. 2 Candidates, 2 Comics - Dunbier on Presidential Material. Newsarama (October 2): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/100802-PresidentialMaterial.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. A Cap Catchup with Ed Brubaker [Captain America]. Newsrama (November 28): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/110828-CapCatchup-Ed.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Artist Carlos Meglia Passes Away [Argentina]. Newsarama (August 15): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/080815-Meglia.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Captain America Is Still Dead VIII: Talking Cap #33 With Ed Brubaker. Newsarama (January 3): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=141795

Brady, Matt. 2008. Dan DiDio: 20 Answers, 1 Question - Batman and More. Newsarama (December 10): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/120810-DiDio-20.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Fotos & Vigil on Frank Frazetta's Moon Maid. Newsarama (October 14): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/100814-Moon-Maid-Frazetta.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Gage: Taking The Initiative Under a Dark Reign. Newsarama (December 10 ): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/120810-Initiative-Gage.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Gail Simone: Rise of the Olympian, Fall of Wonder Woman. Newsarama (December 23 ): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/120823-Gail-Wonder-Woman.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Geoff Johns on Leaving Justice Society of America. Newsarama (December 10): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/120810-Geoff-JSA-Departure.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Hunting the Monsters - Talking to Aaron Lopresti. Newsarama (November 18): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/110818-Lopresti-Monsters.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Joss Whedon: Buffy #12 And The Whole Series. Newsarama (March 6): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=149216

Brady, Matt. 2008. Keeping it Unsettling: Gail Simone on Secret Six. Newsarama (December 10): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/120810-Gail-Secret-Six.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Lady Bullseye and the Rest: Brubaker on Daredevil. Newsarama (December 11): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/120811-Ed-Daredevil.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Matt Fraction On Thor: Ages Of Thunder. Newsarama (February 7): http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=145906

Brady, Matt. 2008. Niles & Francavilla on Dracula Meets the Wolfman [Frazetta Comics]. Newsarama (August 12): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/080812-DraculaMeetsWolfman.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Paul Levitz on the Watchmen Effect. Newsarama (August 12): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/080812-LevitzWatchmen.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Ross & Hester Talk Dynamite's Masquerade [Project Superpowers]. Newsarama (December 12): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/120812-Masquerade.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. Running Back to the Now: Ross & Casey Talk Silver Streak [Project Superpowers]. Newsarama (November 24): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/110824-Silver-Streak.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. SDCC 08: From Joe Quesada's Point of View [Marvel Comics]. Newsarama (August 7): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/080807-SDCC-QuesadaPOV.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. SDCC 08: From Paul Levitz's Point of View [DC Comics, inc. Watchmen Motion Comic]. Newsarama (August 11): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/080811-SDCC08-Levitz.html

Brady, Matt. 2008. SDCC 08: From Paul Levitz's Point of View [DC Comics]. Newsarama (August 11): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/080811-SDCC08-Levitz.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. A Hero Initiative Update with Jim McLauchlin. Newsarama (June 12): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/060912-Hero-Jim.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. A Quick Herogasm Check-In with John McCrea [The Boys: Herogasm]. Newsarama (March 17): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/030917-Herogasm-McCrea.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Alex Ross: The Project Superpowers Long View. Newsarama (April 24): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/040924-Ross-PSP2.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Answers to Questions: Filip Sablik on Pilot Season [Top Cow]. Newsarama (July 9): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/070909-PIlotSeason.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Back in the Saddle Again: David Michael Beck on Jonah Hex. Newsarama (February 4): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/020904-Jonah-Hex40.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Back in the Saddle: Paul Gulacy Returns to Jonah Hex. Newsarama (May 6): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/050906-Gulacy.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Changing the World: Jim Krueger on Project Superpowers 2. Newsarama (April 15): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/040915-PSP2-Krueger.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Creating 'Wednesday Comics' - Talking to Mark Chiarello. Newsarama (March 20): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/020920-Chiarello-WEds.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Dan DiDio: 20 Answers, 1 Question - 04.01.09 [DC Comics]. Newsarama (April 1): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/040901-DiDio-20A.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Dan DiDio: 20 Answers, 1 Question - Bagley on Batman? [DC Comics]. Newsarama (April 16): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/040916-Didio20.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Dan DiDio: 20 Answers, 1 Question for January 23 [DC Comics]. Newsarama (January 23): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/010923-DiDio-20-Answers.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Diamond's Bill Schanes on the Benchmark Change. Newsarama (January 21): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/010921-Schanes-Diamond.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Dynamite Lands 'Green Hornet' Comic Book License. Newsarama (March 31): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/090331-green-hornet-dynamite-comic-books.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Grant Morrison: Final Crisis Exit Interview, Part 1. Newsarama (January 28): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/010928-Grant-Final-Crisis.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Grant Morrison: Final Crisis Exit Interview, Part 2. Newsarama (February 4 ): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/020904-Grant-FC2.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Greg Pak: Creating an Asian American Hero with The Citizen [Secret Identities anthology]. Newsarama (March 27): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/030927-Pak-Citizen.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Jane Espenson: Buffy, Harmony and...Anderson Cooper? Newsarama (January 9): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/010909-Espenson1.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Jay Fotos on Frazetta Comics: 2009. Newsarama (January 21): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/010921-Frazetta-Fotos.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Keeping it Quiet: Ryall on the 'Frazetta's Neanderthal'. Newsarama (February 18): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/020918-Frazetta-Neanderthal.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Leaving the Devil Behind: Ed Brubaker on Leaving Daredevil. Newsarama (March 31): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/030931-Brubaker-DD.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Mark Kidwell on Frank Frazetta's 'Freedom'. Newsarama (March 11): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/030911-Freedom.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Moving into Hell's Kitchen: Andy Diggle Talks Daredevil. Newsarama (March 24): http://www.newsarama.com/film/030924-DD-Diggle.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Moving to Gotham: Mark Bagley Talks Batman. Newsarama (April 17): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/040917-Bagley-Batman.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. New Face Under a Similar Mask: Nicieza Talks Azrael. Newsarama (January 6): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/010906-Nicieza-Azrael.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Saddling Up: Chuck Dixon on The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Newsarama (May 8): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/050908-DixonGBU.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Sunday Comics on Wednesday? DC's New 'Wednesday Comics'. Newsarama (March 19): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/030919-Wednesday-Comics.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. Talking to Frazetta's Neanderthal Team. Newsarama (April 17): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/040917-Neanderthal.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. The Boys Meet Crossovers: Garth Ennis Talks 'Herogasm' [The Boys]. Newsarama (March 13): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/030913-Herogasm.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. The Roots of Reborn: Ed Brubaker on the Return of Cap [Captain America]. Newsarama (July 8): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/070908-Bru-Reborn.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. The Supergirl Shorts Story: Talking to Jamal Igle. Newsarama (June 26): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/060926-Supergirl.html

Brady, Matt. 2009. The Weekly Webbing With Wacker: Starting Off [Spider-Man]. Newsarama (January 9): http://www.newsarama.com/comics/010909-Wacker.html

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Brady, Matt? 2006. Morrison in the Cave: Grant Morrison Talks Batman. Newsarama (August 24): http://www.newsarama.com/dcnew/Batman/Morrison/Morrison_Batman.html

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Cavna, Michael. 2009. A new Congressional 'bobblehead' app for your iPhone? MAD artist says Apple won't bite [Tom Richmond]. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (November 12): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/11/bobble_heads.html#comments

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The comic strip that ruined a friendship, rankled a newspaper and landed in court. And that was BEFORE being launched [Steve Breen, Steve Kelley]. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (November 12): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/11/the_comic_strip_that_ruined_a.html#comments

Cavna, Michael. 2009. Are Too Many Newspaper Comic Polls a Sham? Washington Post's Comic Riffs blog (February 6): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/02/are_too_many_newspaper_comic_p.html

Cavna, Michael. 2009. Calling all comics readers: To save 'Frazz,' what strip should we send to KidsPost? Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (October 29): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/10/calling_all_comics_readers_to.html#comments

Cavna, Michael. 2009. 'Candorville' Cartoonist Finds His [Short-Form] Muse. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (March 31): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/03/candorville_cartoonist_finds_h.html

Cavna, Michael. 2009. Cartooning's Webcrawler: The Micro-Blogs of Twitter. Washington Post (April 1): C12. Online at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/03/31/AR2009033104027.html

Cavna, Michael. 2009. Do My Comics Look, Well, Green? [King Features Earth Day strips]. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (April 22): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/04/do_my_comics_look_well_green.html

Cavna, Michael. 2009. Herblock, Through The Eyes Of History. Washington Post (October 14): C7. Online at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/story/2009/10/14/ST2009101400935.html

Cavna, Michael. 2009. It Took a Decade, But the Boss of 'Office Space' Is Back in Business [Mike Judge]. Washington Post (August 30). Online at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/08/27/AR2009082704415.html

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Cavna, Michael. 2009. Mr. Spiegelman Goes to Washington. Washington Post's Comic Riffs blog (May 4): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/05/mr_spiegelman_comes_to_washing.html

Cavna, Michael. 2009. Redskins: Ex-'Sports Jerk' Dan Snyder takes a satiric beating - again [Tank McNamara]. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (November 8): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/11/redskins_dan_snyder_tank_mcnam.html#comments

Cavna, Michael. 2009. Remembering Comic-Con co-founder Shel Dorf. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (November 7): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/11/dorf.html#comments

Cavna, Michael. 2009. Steve Breen Dedicates Pulitzer to Out-of-Work Colleagues. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (April 22): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/04/cartoonsts_pulitzers.html

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The 'Extract' Interview: Filmmaker Mike Judge After 'Office Space'. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (August 29): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/08/the_extract_interview_filmmake.html#more

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The 'Herblock!' Show: Cartoonists, Library of Congress Pay Tribute on Legend's 100th Birthday. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (October 13): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/10/the_herblock_show_cartoonists.html

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Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Interview: 'Brewster Rockit' Cartoonist Tim Rickard. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (January 6): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/01/the_interview_brewster_rockit.html#comments

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Interview: Dan Wasserman's Inside Line on the Boston Globe's Labor Woes. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (June 12): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/06/the_interview_dan_wassermans_i.html?wprss=comic-riffs

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Interview: 'Dilbert' Creator Scott Adams. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (January 29): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/01/the_interview_dilbert_creator.html#comments

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Interview: Drew Litton of the (RIP) Rocky Mountain News. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (February 27): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/02/the_interview_drew_litton_of_t.html#more

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Interview: Exiled Iranian Cartoonist Nik Kowsar. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (July 10): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/07/the_interview_exiled_iranian_c.html#more

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Interview: 'Ice Age' Director Carlos Saldanha [Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs]. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (July 1): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/07/the_interview_ice_age_director.html#more

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Interview: Jeff Corriveau, ''Deflocked'' Creator & TV Comedy Writer. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (April 23): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/04/the_interview_deflocked_creato.html#comments

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Interview: 'Mallard Fillmore' Creator Bruce Tinsley. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (June 5): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/06/the_interview_mallard_fillmore.html

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Interview: ''Maus's'' Art Spiegelman. Washington Post's Comic Riffs blog (May 5): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/05/the_interview_mauss_art_spiege.html

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Interview: 'SpongeBob' Creator Stephen Hillenburg. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (July 14): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/07/_tom_kenny_who_voices.html#more

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Interview: 'UP' Animator Bob Peterson of Pixar. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (May 29): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/05/the_interview_up_animator_bob.html

Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Post's 'Doonesbury' shrinkage: winning the Battle of Inch-On. Washington Post Comic Riffs blog (October 28): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/10/doonesbury_shrinkage.html#comments

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Cavna, Michael. 2009. The Twitter Interview: Political Cartoonist Mike Thompson. Washington Post's Comic Riffs (April 3): http://voices.washingtonpost.com/comic-riffs/2009/04/the_twitter_interview_politica.html#comments

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Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. CrossGen Comics: A New Kid on the Block. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Crushing Joe: Michael Brady [anime voice interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (8; August): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Declaration of Independents: Joe Williams [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. E-I-E-I-Igle: Jamal Igle [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Give Us the Buzz! Tom DeFalco [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Guys and Guys Together: Talking Yaoi with Umbrella Studios [American manga artist Lissette A., also known as kyoko or K-chan, interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (12; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Head Fanboy: C.B. Cebulski Talks Anime [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (9; September): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. 'Here He Comes ...': Speed Racer [anime]. Sequential Tart 3 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. He's Smoooookin'!!! Marcel L. Walker [small press comic book Smoking Guns from Ricochet Graphics]. Sequential Tart 3 (8; August): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. I'll Be There With Belles On!: Paul Dini [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Jay Faerber, Warrior Writer [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Kids, Comics, and the Future. Sequential Tart 3 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. King Rat: Rich Watson [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (9; September): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Legion Magik: Andy Lanning and Dan Abnett [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (12; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. LIGHTS! Camera! Comics? [movie adaptations]. Sequential Tart 3 (7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Mark Waid Joins CrossGen: A Conversation With Barbara Kesel and Mark Waid [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (9; September): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Marz Attacks!: Ron Marz [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Memories of Gil Kane [from Michael T. Gilbert, Ty Templeton, Joe Quesada , Trina Robbins, Erik Larsen, George Perez]. Sequential Tart 3 (3; March): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Meridian's Man in the Middle: Joshua Middleton [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Mystical Colors: Andrew Crossley [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Never Never Men: Philip Amara [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (6; June): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Nova is a GO!: Amy Howard [interview of Star Blazers anime voice]. Sequential Tart 3 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Oh My Goddess! the Interview Scott Simpson and Juliet Cesario [anime]. Sequential Tart 3 (6; June): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Pat Quinn [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (9; September): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Peanuts: What Happens Next. Sequential Tart 3 (2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Pittsburgh Comic-Con [convention]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Roundtable: Best Present Ever [comic book creator's Christmas]. Sequential Tart 3 (12; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Roundtable: Turkey Day Traditions [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (11; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Sailor Moon [anime]. Sequential Tart 3 (3; March): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Shifting Gears: Dan Fraga [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (6; June):http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Tell Us About Tellos: Todd Dezago [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. The Accidental Writer: Barbara Kesel [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. The Ink is Black: John Dell [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. The Legend of Hawkman: Ben Raab [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (7; July): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. The Lost Colorist: Tom McCraw [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (11; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. The Pros and Cons [interviews]. Sequential Tart 3 (6; June): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. This Ain't Your Parents' Swamp Thing!: Brian K. Vaughan [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Travelling Highway 13: Les McClaine [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (12; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Two Guys, a Girl, and the Legion of Superheroes: Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Vampires at Breakfast: Elena Steier [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (6; June): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Where There's a Wil There's a CrossGen: Wil Quintana [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Women and Comics. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. Would I Lai To You?: Ben & Ray Lai [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. You Go Girl!: Anne Timmons [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (3; March): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2000. You Old Battleaxe!: Terry LaBan [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. 13 Questions: Anne Timmons[interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (12; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. 13 Questions: Joe Quesada [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (11; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. 13 questions: Leslie Sternbergh [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. 13 Questions: Your Media-Man At Marvel: Bill Jemas [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (2: February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. A Chat with Kahn: Jenette Kahn [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (5: May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. A Touch of Vertigo: Karen Berger [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. An Examination of Gas: Gasaraki 2: The Circle Opens [anime]. Sequential Tart 4 (5: May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Antarctic Marvel! Ben Dunn [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (12; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Black Scorpion Scribe:Craig J. Nevius [interview on superhero tv show]. Sequential Tart 4 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Brian Joines: 7 Guys Of Justice [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Cat Got Ed's Tongue: Ed Brubaker [interviewon Catwoman]. Sequential Tart 4 (12; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Chatting With Chu: Jerry Chu [anime; Bandai Entertainment interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (3; March): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Comics 2001: Kev F. Sutherland [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (5: May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Committed to 9-11 [terrorism]. Sequential Tart 4 (11; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Creepy Concepts: Tom Mandrake [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (11; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Declaration of Independents: Lawrence Marvit - Sparks: An Urban Fairy Tale [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (5: May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Declaration of Independents: Noble Causes -- Jay Faerber [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (11; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Declaration of Independents: Vesper Equals Vindication: John LaFleur [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (3; March): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Dream Writer: Adrian Tsang [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (5: May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Getting into the Clique, Part II: ST's new manga artist, Ambera Mcgee [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Getting into the Clique: ST's new manga writer, Jeanne Burdorf [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Honor Thy Writer: Fiona Avery [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (3; March): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Lies, Letters, and the Strange Weather -- Metaphrog: John Chalmers and Sandra Marrs [Scotland creators interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (11; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Love Is Forever: Janet L. Hetherington [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (2: February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Mid Ohio Con [convention report]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Milk and Wolf Boys: Art Baltazar [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (2: February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Minotaurs and Superheroes: Dan Jolley [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. New DnA: Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (12; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Online Wizard: Maureen McTigue [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (2: February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Pittsburgh Comicon [convention]. Sequential Tart 4 (5: May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Pro Roundtable: Comics Guaranty, LLC [grading and 'slabbing' collectible comics in plastic storage containers]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Pro Roundtable: Show Some Support [supporting characters in comic books]. Sequential Tart 4 (5: May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Pro Roundtable: Worst Comics Proposal Ever. Sequential Tart 4 (3; March): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Retailer's Corner: All About Books and Comics, Phoenix, AZ. Sequential Tart 4 (12; December): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Retailer's corner: The Bat Cave, Las Vegas, NV [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. The Answer Man: Bob Rozakis [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. The Ink is Magic: Cayetano 'Cat' Garza [interview; 'The Magic Inkwell Theatre' online comic]. Sequential Tart 4 (4; April): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. The Origins of Genesis: Aaron Masik and Kenny Yakkel [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (2: February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. To The Max! Stuart Moore [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (11; November): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2001. Wong's Inking Makes it Right!: Walden Wong [interview]. Sequential Tart 4 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. 13 Questions: Jamal Igle. Sequential Tart (May)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. 13 Questions: Mel Caylo [Managing Editor for Wizard: The Comics Magazine]. Sequential Tart (August)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. 13 Questions: Patty Jeres [DC Comics]. Sequential Tart (September)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. 13 Questions: Renee French. Sequential Tart (January)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. A Little Potlatch [anthology comic for Comic Book Legal Defense Fund]. Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Always a Maverick: Diana Schutz. Sequential Tart (August)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Back to the Blade: David Wohl [Witchblade]. Sequential Tart (October)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Cartoonists Against Terrorism. Sequential Tart (May)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Cla$$ Act: Rob Williams. Sequential Tart (January)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Declaration of Independents: Arthur Dela Cruz - Kissing and Telling. Sequential Tart (January)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Declaration of independents: Get the Blues - Myatt Murphy. Sequential Tart (August)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Decoys and Designs: Courtney Huddleston. Sequential Tart (July)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Echoes of David Mack. Pulse (November 18): Http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000438

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Eddie Berganza's Super Plans [as Superman editor]. Pulse (November 4): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000356

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Editing at the House of Ideas: Brian Smith [Marvel Comics]. Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Endings and Exclusivity: Darick Robertson. Sequential Tart (August)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Fish N Chips [anthropomorphic aka funny animal comic book by Steve Hamaker]. Sequential Tart (May)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Forge Ahead! CrossGen's New Edge! Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Gordon Returns to Gotham [writer Ed Brubaker]. Pulse (December 30): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000579

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Hanging in the 'Burg: Pittsburgh Comicon 2002. Sequential Tart (June)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. He's Got The Power! Kurt Busiek. Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Jamal Igle's Newest Venture. Pulse (December 30): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000573

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Making Music: Donie Odulio. Sequential Tart (May)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Man in the Moonstone: Joe Gentile [comic book publisher]. Sequential Tart (April)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Media Madness: CPM's Frank Pannone [manga]. Sequential Tart (May)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Micronauts Main Man: Scott Wehrle. Sequential Tart (October)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. MoCCA Art Festival [Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art]. Sequential Tart (May)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. NBM's So Graphic! Terry Nantier. Sequential Tart (May)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Out There: Brian Augustyn. Sequential Tart (January)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Outside the Word Balloon: Dave Lanphear. Sequential Tart (December)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Pro Roundtable: Isn't it Romantic? Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Putting the Human in Humanoids: Ian Sattler. Sequential Tart (June)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Pvp's New Image: Speaking with Scott Kurtz. Pulse (November 18): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000439

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Retailer's Corner: Comics-n-Stuff, San Diego, CA. Sequential Tart (January)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Retailer's corner: Dave's Comics, Fort Mill, SC. Sequential Tart (July)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Retailer's corner: Emerald City, Seminole & Clearwater, FL. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Retailer's corner: Galactic Quest, Buford, GA. Sequential Tart (April)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Seraphim Guard - Michael Hopcroft: RPGs for Shoujo Fans and More. Sequential Tart (July)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Shades of Blue [small press comic book]. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Sky Ape's Mccarney and Amara. Pulse (December 30): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000574

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. 'Sopranos with Superpowers' Moonstone's Silencers. Pulse (December 30): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000572

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Statues are a Bust! Joseph Rybandt and Mike Hill -- Dynamic Forces. Sequential Tart (July)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Steve Wacker's Legion. Pulse (November 3): http://216.33.236.250/cgi-bin/linkrd?_lang=EN&lah=ff66c5d86c571e1d75e7852b31 f2ed1b&lat=1036360403&hm___action=http%3a%2f%2fwww%2ecomicon%2ecom%2fcgi%2db in%2fultimatebb%2ecgi%3fubb%3dget_topic%26f%3d36%26t%3d000354

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Take It From The Top: Chris Staros [Top Shelf]. Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. The Aman in the Red Mask: Aman Chaudhary. Sequential Tart (April)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. The Earth X Xperience. Sequential Tart (July)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Vess Collects the Year's Best Fantasy and Horror. Pulse (December 30): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000575

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Witchblade Goes Japanese: Fiona Avery. Sequential Tart (June)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Yellow Dreams: Julio Valle. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. 13 Questions: Jeph Loeb. Sequential Tart(March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Amber Benson from Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Albion. Pulse (March 26): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000842

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Batman Forever?: Jim Lee. Sequential Tart(February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Can't Get No Aquaman?: Rick Veitch.Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Chief WizKid: An Interview with JordanWeisman from WizKid Games [ superhero game HeroClix]. Sequential Tart(March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Chuck Austen, the Last Interview. Pulse (August 17): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=001314

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Creeper's Main Man: Jason Hall. SequentialTart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Forbidden Teen Boats!: Dave Roman and JohnGreen. Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. From Geisha to Namor: Andi Watson. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Gilmore ... HOOOOOO!: Ford Gilmore. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Girls, Robots, and X­Men: J. Torres.Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Gj's Jsa: Geoff Johns on Justice Society of America. Pulse (January 14): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000613

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. I Need A H­E­R­O: Will Pfeifer. SequentialTart (January)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Karen Berger Talks Vertigo. Pulse (March 25): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000836

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Mortal Coils' A.david Lewis [interview]. Pulse (January 15): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000617

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Rumble Girlamatic: Lea Hernandez. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Sleeper's Sean P Philips. Pulse (March 21): Http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000828

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Steve Rude: the Captain, Nexus, & More. Pulse (March 26): Http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000841

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. Tall Tails: Speaking with J.d. Calderon & Daphne Lage [interview]. Pulse (January 15): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000618

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. That Thing You Do: Dean Haspiel. Pulse (March 24): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000833

Contino, Jennifer M. 2003. World's Finest Writer: Jeph Loeb [interview]. Pulse (January 15): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000616

Contino, Jennifer M. 2005. 13 Questions: Jonathan Myers. Sequential Tart (September)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2005. 13 Questions: Justin Gray. Sequential Tart (December)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2005. Declaration of Independents: David Alvarez (Yenny). Sequential Tart (December)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2005. Ghostbusting! Sebastien Clavet.Sequential Tart (April)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2005. Santa, Bring Me This! Pro Roundtable. Sequential Tart (December)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2005. Smile with Raina Telgemeier. SequentialTart (April)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2005. The Black Panther Returns. SequentialTart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2005. What Comics Make Good Stocking Stuffers?! Pro Roundtable. Sequential Tart (December)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2005. What's The Best Comic Starting Point? APro Roundtable. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. 13 Questions - Layne Toth: Warrior Princess. Sequential Tart (April)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. 13 Questions - Pinned on the Goon: Eric Powell. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. 13 Questions With Jock: Joking, Jesting, and (sic). Sequential Tart (August)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. 13 Questions With Rags Morales: Rapping with Rags. Sequential Tart (July)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. 13 Questions: Darick Robertson. Sequential Tart (September)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. 13 Questions: Len O'Grady. Sequential Tart (May)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. A Fish in New Waters: Tim Fish. Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. An Astonishing Colorist: Laura Martin. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Andrew Pepoy, Katy Keene And The Web's Return [Archie Comics]. Comicon's The Pulse (December 4): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005797

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Coffee, Donuts, and Comics: Max Estes. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Declaration of Independents: Stylish Vittles and Nothing Better - Tyler Page. Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Early Favorites: A Pro Roundtable. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Horrocks Happenings in Atlas. Comicon’s The Pulse (December 20): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005841

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. John Clark's Ducktales. Comicon’s Pulse (May 18): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005138

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Jones And Walker Adapting Tron [to Slave Labor Graphics comic book]. Comicon's The Pulse (September 13): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005561

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Koslowski, Kings, & Jugheads. Comicon's The Pulse (June 2): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=003835

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Lela Dowling and Alice In Wonderland. Comicon's The Pulse (October 19): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005671

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Mickey & The Gang: David Gerstein. Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Morrison and Dan DeCarlo's Seduction and Innocence. Comicon's The Pulse (August 31): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005527

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Neil Kleid's Ursine Craziness In Ursa Major. Comicon's The Pulse (September 22): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005593

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Nerds Rule with Koslowski's 3 Geeks. Comicon's The Pulse (October 4): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005620

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Pitzer's New Romantic Project At Adhouse. Comicon's The Pulse (September 18): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005580

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Spanish Inquisition: Daniel Acuna and Freedom Fighters Return. Comicon’s The Pulse (February 22): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=004800

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. What's Your New Year's Resolution? Pro Roundtable. Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Which Comic Book Couple is the Most Romantic? Pro Roundtable. Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Who Best Conveys Comedy? A Pro Roundtable. Sequential Tart (May)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Who Best Conveys Comedy? A Pro-Roundtable. Sequential Tart (April)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2006. Yo Larry! Hama Talks G.I. Joe Declassified. Comicon's The Pulse (August 21): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005505

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Abnett & Lanning's Annihilation Of Marvel. Comicon's The Pulse (October 23): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006798

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Baron's Badger Saves The World? Comicon's The Pulse (December 20): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006919

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Bevard's Favorite Class At Ninja High School. Comicon's The Pulse (June 14): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006363

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Calero & The Legion Of Super-Heroes. Comicon's The Pulse (October 26): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006805

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Christos Gage And The New Quasar. Comicon's The Pulse (June 14): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006362

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Dustin Nguyen: Torturing Superman And Batman. Comicon's The Pulse (June 13): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006359

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. DVD Treasures & Treats: New Releases From Disney. Sequential Tart (January)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Jedi Jason Hall's Clone Wars Adventures. Comicon's The Pulse (June 12): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006356

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Jeffrey Brown's Feeble Attempts At Top Shelf. Comicon's The Pulse (January 19): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005912

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Josie and Barbara Slate's Pussycats. Comicon's The Pulse (June 15): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006367

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Miller's Extraordinary Adventures of Ordinary Basil: From Fenton and Non Sequitur To Basil. Sequential Tart (January)

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Schwartz And Wang's Meltdown: One Hot Comic. Comicon's The Pulse (June 13): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006358

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Steve Uy, Jakeem Thunder and Jsa Classified. Comicon's The Pulse (June 15): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006364

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Teen Titans' Todd Nauck Go! Comicon's The Pulse (June 11): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006352

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. The Origins Of Wolverine With Daniel Way. Comicon's The Pulse (June 12): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006355

Contino, Jennifer M. 2007. Tim Green II's Annihilation. Comicon's The Pulse (July 3): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006448

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Coffman From Hero By Night To The Flobots. Comicon's The Pulse (November 14): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=528987#Post528987

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. David Mack's Echo In New Avengers. Comicon's The Pulse (March 4): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007073

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Eric Powell's Monthly Goon Fix. Comicon's The Pulse (February 19): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007035

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Frank Marraffino's Spooky Haunted Tank. Comicon's The Pulse (November 11): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=528789#Post528789

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Getting Into Donovan's Youngblood. Comicon's The Pulse (March 5): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007076

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Glass' Noble Mice Templar. Comicon's The Pulse (March 6): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007079

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Jerry Ordway's Brave & Bold Artwork. Comicon's The Pulse (March 3): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007069

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. John Byrne's Classified JLA Answers. Comicon's The Pulse (January 4): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=006938

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Kaveney Looks At Superheroes In Comics & Films. Comicon's the Pulse (December 30 2008): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=532128#Post532128

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Kesel Channels Ghost Whisper's Muse. Comicon's The Pulse (November 10): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=528685#Post528685

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Michael Jantze On Creating Youtube's ''How To'' The Birds & The Biz [inc. motion comics]. Comicon's The Pulse (September 10): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007463

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Motter's Mister X Returns! Comicon's The Pulse (March 20): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007108

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Oeming's Mighty Mice Templar. Comicon's The Pulse (February 7): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007007

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Ortega's A Cog In The Gears Of War. Comicon's The Pulse (November 14): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=529002#Post529002

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Perez & The Wildcat [Ramon Perez; Justice Society]. Comicon's The Pulse (March 5): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007077

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Pingel's Guide To TV's Wonder Woman. Comicon's The Pulse (November 20): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=529437#Post529437

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Rude's Artist In Motion & Nexus Notes. Comicon's The Pulse (March 7): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007081

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Scott's Special Adventures With Raven [Teen Titans]. Comicon's The Pulse (March 7): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007080

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Spending Time In Morrison's Treehouse Of Horror [Simpsons comic book]. Comicon's The Pulse (August 27): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007439

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Stern Fills In The Blanks With Spider-Man. Comicon's The Pulse (November 13): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=528923#Post528923

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Sulk Through Comics With Jeffrey Brown. Comicon's The Pulse (December 9): http://www.comicon.com/new/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=530737#Post530737

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Tales Of Zorro Roundtable. Comicon's The Pulse (March 3): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=007072

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Van Lente's Brains, Superheroes & Marvel Zombies. Comicon's The Pulse (November 10): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=528642#Post528642

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Walker's Cosmic Adventures With Supergirl. Comicon's The Pulse (November 12): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=528836#Post528836

Contino, Jennifer M. 2008. Wonder Woman's Michael Jelenic Animating An Amazon. Comicon's the Pulse (December 31 2008): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=532186#Post532186

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Bedard's Rebels With A Cause In The DCU. Comicon's The Pulse (March 26): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=539669#Post539669

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Bruce Jones' Powerful Sword Of Venus. Comicon's The Pulse (March 25): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=539583#Post539583

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Buchemi's Incredible Hercules. Comicon's The Pulse (January 29): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=535085#Post535085

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Craig's Time With The Guardians Of The Galaxy. Comicon's The Pulse (February 19): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=536995#Post536995

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Edmondson's Bad Ass Brothers Of Olympus. Comicon's The Pulse (March 26): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=539652#Post539652

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Eliopoulos' Dark Reigning On Franklin Richards. Comicon's The Pulse (January 27): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=534890#Post534890

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Fabian Nicieza: Batman's Alive? Comicon's The Pulse (March 24): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=539469#Post539469

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Freddie Williams II On The Run With Human Flame [Final Crisis Aftermath: Run]. Comicon's The Pulse (March 27): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=539719#Post539719

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. J. Torres' Brave And Bold Batman Work. Comicon's The Pulse (March 25): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=539607#Post539607

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Jeff Smith's Rasl! Dasl! Day. Comicon's The Pulse (January 5): http://www.comicon.com/new/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=532682#Post532682

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Kupperman's Indy & Marvel Comics Work. Comicon's The Pulse (July 8): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=550902#Post550902

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Mark Sable Explores The Unthinkable. Comicon's The Pulse (June 26): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=549575#Post549575

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Matthies Talks Under The Watchmen's Hood. Comicon's The Pulse (March 23): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=539304#Post539304

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Mike Dawson's Boys: Jack & Max. Comicon's The Pulse (February 18): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=536856#Post536856

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Oeming's Experience On The Celebrity Apprentice. Comicon's The Pulse (March 13): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=538518#Post538518

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Origins Of A Comic Book Junkie Pt. 5 The Ways To Stretch A Buck! Comicon's The Pulse (March 23): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=539314#Post539314

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Origins Of A Comic Book Junkie: Wonder Woman! Comicon's The Pulse (April 20): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=541506#Post541506

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Parker's Plans For The Agents Of Atlas. Comicon's The Pulse (January 20): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=534182#Post534182

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Ray Wall's Musical Watchmen Tune. Comicon's The Pulse (March 23): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=539336#Post539336

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Reggie Hudlin's Female Black Panther. Comicon's The Pulse (January 30): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=535239#Post535239

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Revealing Chow's Secret Identity [Secret Identities anthology]. Comicon's The Pulse (February 24): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=537445#Post537445

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Spending Some Time With Ellis On Planet Karen [webcomic]. Comicon's The Pulse (March 27): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=539737#Post539737

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. 'Til Death With Dave Lapham & 30 Days Of Night Vam[pires] Comicon's The Pulse (February 20): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=537094#Post537094

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Tobin Marvels At The Super Hero Squad [animation]. Comicon's The Pulse (January 15): http://www.comicon.com/new/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=533672#Post533672

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Tristan & Casey Jones TMNT Tales [Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]. Comicon's The Pulse (March 24 2009): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=539422#Post539422

Contino, Jennifer M. 2009. Victor Gorelick The State Of Archie This New Year. Comicon's The Pulse (January 29): http://www.comicon.com/ubb/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=535135#Post535135

Contino, Jennifer M. and Bob Rozakis. 2006. R.i.p. Colorist Bob LeRose. Comicon's The Pulse (September 4): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=36;t=005533

Contino, Jennifer M. and Carrie Landers. 2002. Bad to the Bone: Tony Bedard. Sequential Tart (May)

Contino, Jennifer M. and Dani Fletcher. 2002. Child's Play: An Interview With Sarah Dyer [scripting Kodomo no Omocha, aka Kodocha manga]. Sequential Tart (February)

Contino, Jennifer M. and Dani Fletcher. 2002. In Search of Elves and Dragon Balls: Sonny Strait [anime voice and Elfquest penciller]. Sequential Tart (April)

Contino, Jennifer M. and Lee Atchison. 2002. Being Blue: Scott Dalrymple [interview]. Sequential Tart 5 (9; September): http://www.sequentialtart.com Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Thieves, Kings, Endings, and Beginnings: Mark Oakley [interview]. Sequential Tart 5 (9; September): http://www.sequentialtart.com Contino, Jennifer M. 2002. Ty's Bigg Time: Ty Templeton [interview]. Sequential Tart 5 (9; September): http://www.sequentialtart.com Cunningham , Jennifer. 2002. San Diego Comic Con: Miss Jen's Wild Ride. Sequential Tart (September)

Contino, Jennifer M. and Lee Atchison. 2002. Fantagraphics Man of Many Hats: Eric Reynolds. Sequential Tart (November)

Contino, Jennifer M. and Lee Atchison. 2003. Novel Ideas: UpcomingTrade Paperbacks for January. Sequential Tart (January)

Contino, Jennifer M. and Lisa Webster. 2000. Atiyeh at CrossGen: Mike Atiyeh [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (5; May): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer M. and Victoria Conaster. 2002. Who Watches Dave Gibbons? Sequential Tart (January)

Contino, Jennifer M. and Wolfen Moondaughter. 2002. A Howlin' Good Artist: Cliff Richards. Sequential Tart (April)

Contino, Jennifer M. and Wolfen Moondaughter. 2002. Buffy's Ugly Writers: Tom Fassbender and Jim Pascoe. Sequential Tart (March)

Contino, Jennifer. 2000. The Relativity of Writing: Devin Grayson [interview]. Sequential Tart 3 (1; January): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Contino, Jennifer. 2002. A Beautiful Interview with Jimmy Palmiotti. Pulse (September 29): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/pulse.cgi?http%3A//www.comicon.com/cgi-bin= timatebb.cgi%3Fubb%3Dget_topic%26f%3D36%26t%3D000194

Contino, Jennifer. 2002. Charm School Rules!! Elizabeth Watasin [interview]. Pulse (October 31): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=3Dget_topic&f=3D36&t=3D= 000345

Contino, Jennifer. 2002. Rick Veitch Talks ''Aquaman'' [interview]. Pulse (September 11): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/pulse.cgi?http%3A//www.comicon.com/cgi-bin= timatebb.cgi%3Fubb%3Dget_topic%26f%3D36%26t%3D000218

Contino, Jennifer. 2002. Speaking with Mike Allred [interview]. Pulse (September 13)

Contino, Jennifer. 2002. The Last Tko: Codename Knockout's Robert Rodi Pulse (December 9): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000505

Contino, Jennifer. 2002. Marvel's X-manga: X-men Ronin [J. Torres interview]. Pulse (December 9): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000507

Contino, Jennifer. 2002. Mike Hawthorne's Three Days in Hysteria Pulse (December 9): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=000504

Contino, Jennifer. 2002. ''The Toughest Motherfu!@#& That Ever Rode the Plains'' Zimmerman's Rawhide Kid. Pulse (December 2): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/pulse.cgi?http%3A//www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ul timatebb.cgi%3Fubb%3Dget_topic%26f%3D36%26t%3D000489

Contino, Jennifer. 2002. Undeadly Dan Brereton [interview]. Pulse (October 31): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=3Dget_topic&f=3D36&t=3D= 000344

Contino, Jennifer. 2002. Witches with Attitude [Manga Graphix; Malcolm Harris, Janette Deville, Michael Capehart, Karen Krajenbrink and Gustavo Dura]. Pulse (October 31): http://www.comicon.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=3Dget_topic&f=3D36&t=3D= 000342

Contino, Jennifer. 2004. 13 Questions: James Rochelle. SequentialTart (October)

Contreras, Felix. 2009. Harvey Pekar & R. Crumb: Jazz And Comics. National Public Radio's A Blog Supreme / NPR Jazz (September 11): http://www.npr.org/blogs/ablogsupreme/2009/09/harvey_pekar_r_crumb.htm

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Cook, Amelia. 2008. Badger creator Mike Baron talks comics: Madison writer discusses locally set series relaunched last year. Madison, WI Isthmus Daily Page (March 4). Online at http://www.thedailypage.com/daily/article.php?article=21828

Cook, Amelia. 2008. Badger returns to Madison in comic-book relaunch; Superhero once again saves city from cow tippers and criminals. Madison, WI Isthmus Daily Page (March 3). Online at http://www.thedailypage.com/daily/article.php?article=21820

Cook, Brad. 1998. Comic's traveling troubadour: An interview with Charles Vess. Carpe Noctem IV (4): 47-9.

Cook, Bruce. 1997. Artist a la mode [Hogarth: A Life and A World review]. Washington Post Book World (Nov 9): 1, 14.

Cook, Fred. 1970. The Bat Staffel by Robert J. Hogan [Book Review; Spider pulp reprint with Steranko cover]. Journal of Popular Culture 4(2; Fall).

Cook, Glen. 2000. How My Grandparents Met [autobiographical comic strip]. Pulse! (September): 72

Cook, Helen. 2006. Capp fits for Hartlepool. Northern Echo (September 27). online at http://www.thisisthenortheast.co.uk/display.var.940960.0.capp_fits_for_hartlepool.php

Cooke, Darwyn and Donald ''Richard Stark'' Westlake. 2009. The Hunter. IDW

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. A friend of Bill: Talking to Mike Friedrich about not-so-'Wild' Bill Everett. Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 36-7 '',

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. A tale from the swamp: The origin of Wein & Wrightson's Swamp Thing. Comic Book Artist (1; Spring): 28-29

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. Alias Barry Windsor-Smith: Interview iwth Storyteller and Conan artist: BWS Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 42-51

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. Along came [Dick] Giordano. Comic Book Artist (1; Spring): 30-40

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. Archie's comics: Archie Goodwin talks about DC in his last interview. Comic Book Artist (1; Spring): 68-72

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. Director comments. From Art Director to Publisher: The Infantino interview. Comic Book Artist (1; Spring): 6-14

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. Gil Kane, Marvel's 'Amazing-Man': An appreciation Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 1

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. Orlando's weird adventures: Interview with that man of mystery, Joe Orlando. Comic Book Artist (1; Spring): 19-26

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. Starlin's cosmic books: Talkinig to Jim about Adam Warlock and Mar-vell Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 62-65, 71

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. Takin' ten with a regular Joe: Interview with the great cartoonist/ editor/ teacher Joe Kubert. Comic Book Artist (1; Spring): 52-56

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. The battle over 'Jericho': The controversy surrounding Teen Titans #20. Comic Book Artist (1; Spring): 58-60

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. The heir apparent: In deep with Marvel's writer/editor, Roy Thomas. Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 20-33, 72

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. The man called Ploog: Bronco-busting to Eisner to Frankenstein Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 52-6, 61

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. The mark of Kane: An interview with Marvel's cover man, Gil Kane. Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 38-41

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. 'The mutant Blackhawks': The real origin of the new X-Men Comic Book Artist (2; Summer): 75

Cooke, Jon B. 1998. The story that haunted Julie Schwartz: The tale behind 'The House that Haunted Batman.' Comic Book Artist (1; Spring): 41-42

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. 'A quiet pitched battle from day one': Talking with Neal Adams on his hell-raisin' DC days. Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 38-40

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. A Spirited relationship: Will Eisner discusses his experiences with Warren. Comic Book Artist (4; Spring): 100-102

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. An illegitimate son of Superman: Talking with Swamp Thing co-creator Len Wein. Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 81-83, 97

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Anne & Archie: A talk with Archie Goodwin's widow, Anne T. Murphy. Comic Book Artist (4; Spring): 52-55

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Breaking into the ranks: Interview with Marv Wolfman on his early DC days. Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 78-80, 97

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. 'Captain' of the company: Flo Steinberg discusses (spider) monkey business in the office. Comic Book Artist (4; Spring): 103, 113

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Country boy from the city: Howard Post spins yarns about comics and Anthro. Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 48-55

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Craig Russell's visual poetry - From Dr. Pym to Dr. Strange: Talking with PCR [interview]. Comic Book Artist (6; Fall): 48-59

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Dave 'Blackhawk' Cockrum: The Marvel days of the co-creator of the New X-Men [interview]. Comic Book Artist (6; Fall): 28-31

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Donenfeld's Comics: A talk with Irwin Donenfeld, 1960s DC editorial director. Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 23-24, 97

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Gil Kane: Man of Action. A chat about Captain Action and his late '60s DC work. Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 36-37

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Jack Kirby's Superworld: Steve Sherman recalls unseen Kirby koncepts [sic ]. Comic Book Artist Special Edition (1; December): 15-17

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. John Romita Sr.: Spidey's Man; Yakkin' with Marvel's (de facto) '70s Art Director [interview]. Comic Book Artist (6; Fall): 10-20

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Knowing Les, learning more [Les Daniels and Superman: The Complete History]. Comic Book Artist (3; Winter): 4

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Like a bat out of hell: Chatting with Bernie Wrightson, DC's monster maker. Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 84-87

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Man behind the Bat (Lash): Talking with Sergio Aragonés from romance to Plop! Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 42-47

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. McGregor's rage! Our interview (finally!) with writer Donald Francis McG. Comic Book Artist (6; Fall): 60-73

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. More than 'Just Marie': The glorious artist Marie Severin talks up Marvel [interview]. Comic Book Artist (6; Fall): 22-26

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Of doctors and ducks: Interview with artist Frank Brunner on his Marvel days. Comic Book Artist (6; Fall): 36-47

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Russ Heath of Easy Co.: Interview with the artist on his DC war comics du ty. Comic Book Artist Special Edition (1; December): 18-29

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Russ Heath's horrors: The great artist on Help!, Blazing Combat and cannibals. Comic Book Artist (4; Spring): 110-112

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Sextet: The Lost Comic. A Charlie's Angels-inspired series that never ma de it. Comic Book Artist Special Edition (1; December): 57

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Shades of the crypt: Al Williamson discusses his great work at Warren. Comic Book Artist (4; Spring): 48-50

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Shadows of reality: Dennis O'Neil discusses his years at DC. Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 56-63

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. Skeating on thin ice: Talking with Steve Skeates about his DC years. Comic Book Artist (5: Summer): 72-75

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. 'Someone has to make it happen' The James Warren interview: The Emperor of Horror speaks. Comic Book Artist (4; Spring): 13-43

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. The big push and other tales: William DuBay reveals the real horror stories of Warren. Comic Book Artist (4; Spring): 78-85

Cooke, Jon B. 1999. The Bruce Jones touch; A conversation with one of Warren's best writers. Comic Book Artist (4; Spring): 104-109

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