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By SOPAN DEB
A version of this article appears in print on June 22, 2017, on Page C1 of the New York edition with the headline: Oh, the Places They Don't Go!.https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/21/arts/design/dr-seuss-museum-theodor-geisel-political-cartoons.html
The variant cover features a unique cover design created in partnership between Marvel, eBay and eBay seller My Comic Shop, who commissioned artist John Cassaday to bring the idea to life. An homage to an Amazing Spider-Man cover from the early 1970's, this new limited special variant edition will be available on eBay for $5.99 with free shipping—and just 3,000 copies are being produced.
Photos: Awesome Con 2017
jenn tisdale and Nicholas Karlin
Brightest Young Things Jun 19, 2017
Digital Publishing: Why Newspapers Need to Invest More in Political Cartoons
By: Rob Tornoe
June 20 2017
Before "Wonder Woman" made history on the big screen, it made history on television. We're talking to actress Lynda Carter about the show that turned her into an icon.Carter played the superhero and her alter ego, Diana Prince, on the TV version that aired from 1975 to 1979.
Jeffrey A. Schaler, Ellicott City
Washington Post June 17 2017https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/are-we-already-forgetting-d-day/2017/06/16/c9bcec30-5122-11e7-b74e-0d2785d3083d_story.html
Al Phillips, illustrator of Charlotte's big moments and famous people for Observer, dies at 83
By Tim Funk
Charlotte Observer June 14, 2017
This week, now that more of you have had a chance to see it, we're finally getting around to talking about the critical and commercial success that is Wonder Woman. Petra Mayer of NPR Books joins us to talk about Diana, her island of fighters, her romance, the inevitable Great Big Ending, representation that does and doesn't exist in this movie, and more.