Comics A.M. | Trudeau delays return of daily 'Doonesbury'

Creators | Garry Trudeau is extending his hiatus from the daily Doonesbury strip until November, although new Sunday strips will begin running this weekend. "I have hit the wall," Trudeau explained in a letter to newspapers that carry Doonesbury, saying that the demands of writing and producing Amazon Studios' Alpha House are keeping him from returning to the daily strip on schedule. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Publishing | Erik Shilling profiles "embattled" Archie Comics Co-CEO Nancy Silberkleit, who's running for mayor of Rye, New York. [The Journal News]

Creators | Mary and Bryan Talbot discuss their work in a short video shot at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. [Forbidden Planet]

Creators | Alan Gardner does an "exit interview" with Jeff Parker, who recently stepped down after 21 years as the staff cartoonist for Florida Today. [The Daily Cartoonist]

Graphic novels | Creators from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh have collaborated on an anthology about the effects of the partition of India and Pakistan on the people who live in the various territories. [Deccan Herald]

Graphic novels | Critic Paul Gravett offers his thoughts on graphic novels coming out in November. [Paul Gravett]

Retailing | Nick Winstead profiles Alan Gill, owner of Ultimate Comics in the Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina, area, which celebrates its 10 anniversary this year. [Comicbook.com]

Retailing | "We still gravitate towards the print medium because that is traditionally the backbone of our journalism, fiction and opinions," says Todd Mara, the owner of Image Collections, a comics shop in Streetsville, outside Toronto. [mississauga.com]

Retailing | Randy Cross hated his job and had "issues with authority," so he chucked it all and opened up New Krypton Comics, in Knoxville, Tennessee. [WBIR.com]

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