Sunday Reads— September 1, 2019


Poster for Robert Altman’s “The Long Goodbye” (art by Jack Davis)

Previously on Panel Patter

*** Catch It at the Comic Shop August 28th, 2019 (link: via Panel Patter at Panel Patter


*** Processing Loss: Daniel Elkin reviews ROCKS by Rozi Hathaway (link: via Daniel Elkin at Your Chicken Enemy

*** Bloom (link: via Abby Porter at No Flying No Tights

*** Do DC’s graphic novels for young readers get a passing grade? (link: via Oliver Sava at AV Club


*** INTERVIEW: Seth on CLYDE FANS, storytelling, memory and whether he actually owns a Clyde fan (link: via Alex Dueben at The Beat — The News Blog of Comics Culture


*** Marvel Removes Essay Critical of America in 80th Anniversary Issue (link: via @graemem at The Hollywood Reporter

*** Brian Wood accused of sexual misconduct (again) (link: via at The Beat

This and That

*** “The only way to learn how to make a comic is doing a comic. The only way to improve your technique is doing lots of comics. Draw is part of the process. In  my opinion shape is what is important in the comic language. Where you place it and why you chose to do that (future thread)” (link: via Javier Rodriguez at Twitter

*** Opinion | Op-Art: The Shame of Crowdfunding Health Care (link: via at The New York Times

*** ‘Life on the Moon’: Inside Robert Grossman’s Historical Graphic Novel (link: via Angie Martoccio at Rolling Stone

*** Tilting at Windmills #276: Dear publishers, weekly comics still suck (link: via The Beat Staff is an elite group of trained ninjas. at The Beat