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News Briefs for April 11, 2008

» The Yale Daily News has a history of how Garry Trudeau started in the comics. Interesting, the path started out like most. When Garry approached the paper, the ran his stuff because “we print pretty much anything.”

» Neil Cohn, a frequent speaker on the topic of “visual language theory” has posted research that “reports the findings of a psychology experiment which found that readers follow a far more complex process of page layout navigation than the z-path.” Look for “Navigating Comics”

» Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas, better known as “Bob and Doug McKenzie” have signed with Global TV to create an animated series based on their dim-wit, beer craving characters. The series will start next year in Canada. Eh.

» Mutts creator Patrick McDonnell will mark Earth Day (April 22) with a week-long series on the topic.

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