The Peanut Gallery: February 4th, 2008

This blog has been fortunate enough to get a lot of link love lately for the Crumbling Paper Index
arflovers
The Beat
Collected Comics Library
The Comics Reporter
Drawn.ca
The Fate of the Artist (Eddie Campbell’s Blog)
Flog!
History News Network
¬°Journalista!
Metafilter
Neatorama
Newsarama

Thanks much to everyone who has linked here… it is much appreciated!

I commented extensively on Eddie Campbell’s blog here regarding some confusion over what I said regarding the world of the early comics versus the modern world in the post I made on race and ethnicity in the early comics.

UPDATE: The esteemed Mr. Campbell noted something in my comments that I should have… that it wasn’t his confusion I was commenting on over on his blog, but rather confusion one of his commenters had.

3 thoughts on “The Peanut Gallery: February 4th, 2008

  1. Steven,
    I’m glad I was pointed to your site. As a fan (and collector) of Golden Age comics, it’s good to see someone as dedicated as you to promote classic and turn of the century newspaper strips and cartoons. The resurgence in these strips is evident by publishers as well. Reprints of characters like Yellow Kid and Gasoline Alley are not to be missed. It’s just unfortunate that many strips have been lost through time and we will never get to see their brilliance. Keep up the good work.

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