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Weirdness | Did the mysterious hijacker known as Dan Cooper -- called "D.B. Cooper" by the news media -- take his name from a French-Canadian comic series about the adventures of an RCAF test pilot? One FBI agent thinks so. [FBI, via KBCI]

Comic strips | Artist and retailer Jim Brozman is collaborating with Dick Locher on Dick Tracy. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Creators | Stan Sakai talks about Usagi Yojimbo, which marks its 25th anniversary this year. [ComicBookMovie.com]

Creators | Kiel Phegley posts a lengthy Q&A with Art Spiegleman. [Four Color Forum]

Creators | Artist Dean Zachary gets some attention from the local newspaper for his work on Dark Horse's Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. [Commercial Appeal]

Publishing | Dan Vado of SLG Publishing discusses comics, submissions, and working with creators. [ComicsCareer.com]

Conventions | More than 30 guests have been added to the lineup of the May 9-10 Toronto Comic Arts Festival. [TCAF]

Retailers | Judith Rosen visits Secret Headquarters in Los Angeles. [PW Comics Week]

Comics | Tim O'Neil discusses how Alex Ross' work in Kingdom Come transformed the perception of DC Comics' superheroes. [The Hurting]

Comics | Kirk Warren looks at 10 Marvel What If? scenarios that came true. [The Weekly Crisis]

Blogosphere | The feminist linkblog When Fangirls Attack! has new caretakers. [When Fangirls Attack!]

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