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News briefs for December 7, 2009
Editor’s note: Some of the items below were set to publish on Dec. 2, but didn’t. They might be old news now, but for archive purposes, I’ve included them.
» USA Today reports that a fourth (and final) Shrek feature film is in the works for a May 21 release next year. The movie will be in 3-D.
» Nigel Dobbyn is featured in the Evening Gazette (England).
» The Great Falls Tribune reports that Scott Hilburn, creator of The Argyle Sweater has left his full-time job and is now working completely on his strip.
» Ted Rall opines about the impact of younger generations on print media’s future.
» Tahawwur Hussain Rana, one of the two arrested in Chicago in October for plotting kill Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard denies any involvement with the terrorist attacks in Mumbai last year.
» That Monkey Tune creator Michael A. Kandalaft is featured in the Connecticut Post.
» The Wall Street Journal blogs about Nina Paley’s efforts to make a living by giving away her Sita Sings the Blues art away for free. She reportedly took in $55k so far.
» The National Post writes about the success of Ryan North’s Dinosaur Comics.