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Publishing | Ada Price marks the 10th anniversary of AiT/Planet Lar with an interview with publisher Larry Young. [PW Comics Week]

Publishing | Publisher Kurt Hassler discusses the state of affairs at Yen Press. [Tiamat's Reviews]

Creators | Writer Garth Ennis talks up The Boys and his relationship with publisher Dynamite Entertainment: "It's a good deal with good money and total creative freedom, but how it works day to day is with everyone simply doing their job to the best of their abilities. Knowing that the publisher will support the books 100% and that the editorial team are dedicated to keeping them snafu-free, that removes a lot of worry from the equation." [PW Comics Week]

Creators | Jim Davis recalls three decades of Garfield, Inc. [Daily Record]

Retailers | AJ and Ben Trujillo, co-owners of Star Clipper Comics in St. Louis, discuss Watchmen, and the future of the industry -- specifically, digital comics. "[W]e are seeing larger and larger numbers of younger customers who just get scans off the web, from peer-to-peer sites," Ben Trujillo says. "They’ll say something to the effect of, 'Oh, well, I’ll do that to see if it’s something I’m interested in, and then if I like it I might subscribe to it or buy the trade [paperback].' So, it’s definitely something that we’re seeing an impact of. What the ultimate effect is going to be on comic retailers is ... unknown. [laughs] I don’t think anyone has a clue." [Student Life]

Retailers | The Beguiling's Christopher Butcher live-blogs his monthly order from Diamond's Previews catalog. [Comics212, Part 1 and Part 2]

Art | Ben Templesmith walks through the cover process for IDW Publishing's Dracula. [The Ben Templesmith Blog]

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