Archive for March 2008
Two of my students have recently adapted Shakespeare into m-a-n-g-a format…
Yali Lin drew Romeo and Juliet and Tintin Pantoja did Hamlet. Hurray for them. Order the books here:
Also on the roster was Julius Ceaser by Hyeondo Park (great guy, who was not one of my students) and Macbeth by Candice Chow (I don’t know her.)
Tom Spurgeon puts me on his best Internet Features of 2007. Or rather, “Five Features Even The Most Ardent Internet-Hater Would Find Worth Reading On-Line”
The strip is on indefinite hiatus as of Friday, March 28. See my favorite strips here.
My wife Leela’s graphic novel Unterzakhn is now being previewed in The Forward! Read an interview with her here.
Few sites raise joy in my dark heart like James Lilek’s Institute of Official Cheer. This panel is from his subsection on Big Little Books in his “Unimpressive Examples of the Sequential Art” section.