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Top five most-read stories yesterday
- Nintendo Teases Final Fantasy VII Coming Soon on Nintendo Switch
- British SAS Troops Told to Stop Putting Punisher Skulls on Their Helmets
- The Mike Wieringo Cover That Wasn't, But Went Up In Flames – With Mike S. Miller and Cully Hamner
- 'Supernatural' 300th Episode Marathon: What Was TNT Thinking, Dean?
- Bill Morrison, No Longer VP Executive Editor of DC Comics or Editor of MAD Magazine
- Comic Workshops, Big Rapids Community Library, Michigan 3.30pm
- Book Club, Comics World, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 6.30pm
- Shoe Lane Comic Forum, Shoe Lane Library, London 5.30-7pm
- Islington Comic Forum, North Library, London 6.30-7.30pm.
- Centre for Collective Violence, Holocaust & Genocide Studies seminar: Transmuting Transgenerational Trauma: Comics, Re-humanisation, and Kinship across Genocides with Dana Walrath, UCL London 5.30-7.30pm.
Happy birthday to:
- Jeremy Love, creator of Fierce and Bayou.
- Comics journalist Kevin Huxford.
- David Blake Lucarelli, writer of Tinseltown, Doctor Zomba's Ghost Show & The Children's Vampire Hunting Brigade.
- Atomic Rex Entertainment co-creator, Gene Selassie.
- Doug Alexander Gregory, artist on Hellblazer, Genext, Penthouse Comix.
- Kelly McQuain, Elementals penciller.
- Mark Bloodworth, artist on Deadworld and Hellraiser.
- Val Semeiks, artist on The Demon and Lobo, Wolverine and Batman, c0-creator of Lobo The Duck.
- Marty Pahls, author of The Complete Crumb Comics.