- Just last week, I was talking about how making comics can be used to work through various life issues, and here we have a piece by Josh Moody about how some folks out in Nebraska are using the comic creation process to help developmentally disabled people.
- Librarians: laying the verbal smack-down on religiously conservative zealots who think they know best what comics everybody should or shouldn't read for over 50 years.
- Speaking of librarians, librarian-cum-comics-heroine Carol Tilley is profiled by the News-Gazette.
- Lastly, Gene Kannenberg points us to a 1979 issue of Cultural Correspondence focusing on "Surrealism and its Popular Accomplices." Krazy Kat is written about extensively, as well as Dick Tracy, Pogo, Bugs Bunny and many other characters from the comics pages.
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