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Legal | A lawyer for retailer Michael George, who was convicted last year in the 1990 killing of his first wife, filed another motion yesterday asking that his client be released from jail while he awaits a new trial. The judge ruled Monday that George must remain in the Macomb County, Mich., jail, where he's been held since March 2008. [Detroit Free Press]

Publishing | Ada Price spotlights DC Comics' Zuda online initiative, and its moves into print. [PW Comics Week]

Creators | Gene Luen Yang and Derek Kirk Kim talk about their collaboration on The Eternal Smile, criticism, their inspirations, and a shared love for the 1980s Dungeons & Dragons cartoon. [Graphic Novel Reporter]

Creators | Sarah Warn kicks off a three-part interview with Gail Simone. The first leg focuses on Wonder Woman. [AfterEllen.com]

Creators | Brian Heater begins a three-part Q&A with Molly Crabapple. [The Daily Cross Hatch]

Creators | Madame Xanadu artist Amy Reeder Handley chats about "manga vs. comics" and her approach to storytelling. [Manga Punk]

Creators | Lora Innes, creator of The Dreamer, discusses her historical romance-adventure. [Sequential Tart]

Creators | Cat Garza discovers Whimville.com has returned, without his permission, thanks to "some voodoo called SEO." [Magic Inkwell, via Joey Manley]

Creators | Colleen Doran discusses the often-grim financial realities of free-lancing. [A Distant Soil]

Art | Jim Lee walks through the cover process for Batman in Barcelona: Dragon's Knight #1 [Gelatometti]

Art | I enjoy Paolo Rivera's "Wacky Reference Wednesdays" posts on his blog. [The Self-Absorbing Man]

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