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May 17, 2010

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DerikB

Nice piece, Charles. I agree a lot with your comments (I have the book on my pile of comics to write about soon, so perhaps I'll engage some of this when I get to my post).

I want to hear more about the Baetens talk!

Also, you do realize Larmee is in the Abstract Comics anthology, yes? (I assume your mentioning of abstract comics is not unrelated to that?)

Charles Hatfield

Hey, Derik, thanks for commenting so promptly on the above. You must be among the first persons to read that post!

Yes, I should have noted that Larmee is one of the artists in the "Abstract Comics" anthology. In fact you and Craig and I, in our respective posts about the book, mentioned his work:

http://madinkbeard.com/blog/archives/abstract-comics-the-discussion

http://www.thoughtballoonists.com/2010/02/abstractcomics.html

I should have embedded these links in the above, but I spaced. :)

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