Creators | Robot 6 contributor Chris Mautner talks at length with cartoonist Scott Adams about the Dilbert 2.0 collection, the evolution of the strip, process and … well, a lot of stuff. [Panels and Pixels]
Industry | The deadline for the Jay Kennedy Scholarship, awarded to the best college cartoonist, are due on Feb. 6. [The National Cartoonists Society Foundation]
Creators | Stan Lee chats about radioactive spiders, the longevity of his work, and Paris Hilton, and finally answers the question “Has your success made you popular with the ladies?”: “I never had much trouble when I was single. I got along pretty well with girls. I love females and get along beautifully with them. But at this age there’s not much action there.” [Details]
Creators | Artist Frazer Irving talks about breaking into comics, and not taking success for granted: “I have made so many epiphanies. You know that saying ‘you don’t know what you got ’til it’s gone’? Well, I always thought that applied to objects or people, but it can also be applied to artistic ability. The fuel for my art, my motivation, was taken away last year when I was going through a rough time. So now I put a lot more into my work.” [Barking and Dagenham Recorder]
Pop culture | Earlier this week the British newspaper The Telegraph ran the headline, “Stan Lee ‘to create world’s first gay superhero’,” accompanying an article about Stan Lee’s collaboration with author Perry Moore on the TV adaptation of Moore’s book Hero. The headline, as inaccurate as it is, has been picked up by numerous other media outlets. Now Lyle Masaki steps in with some helpful headline rewrites. [AfterElton.com]
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