Dave Sim interview http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2012/09/hardtalk-virtual-tour-10.html
regarding his views on Fantagraphics offer and "A doctor living in Texas has offered me $10,000 to fly down there and to document my religious views with a film crew and the whole works, including his minister and I've accepted." Also this nugget: "I'm also in the advanced stages of negotiation with one print publisher and hope to have an announcement of a deal for A book -- that is, ONE book -- October 5th or 6th." Plus: "CEREBUS DIGITAL 6000 is "funded" in other words."
animation progress by Sergi Espada
animation progress by Kyle Wilson
Drew rig progress by James Zonta
And in the ongoing Dave Sim interview:
Dave Sim does not believe men are superior to women. And there you have it. Scroll down to post #20 http://www.bleedingcool.com/forums/comic-book-forum/61795-dave-sim-goes-website-tour-q-2.html#
He says "I'm sure the only one who COULD answer your question is God. I don't think we, as human beings, know enough to be able to attach "belief" to the question. Men and women are just too complicated and intricate and, it seems to me, there isn't a day that goes by that we aren't finding out new facts about both genders, previously unsuspected. The Koran specifically states that men are superior to women. It does so twice, but I wouldn't consider anything that just appears once or twice in Scripture to be definitive."
Saw this http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/2012/09/audrey-hepburn.html
and was reminded about a conversation I was had with Dave Sim, creator of Cerebus -here's an excerpt from the fax:
I like girlie and sentimental. REAL girlie and sentimental. It's one of my life's guilty pleasures rewards to find out everything is on youtube. Rosalind Russell "Rose's Turn" from GYPSY. Natalie Wood doing "Little Lamb" from GYPSY. Debbie Reynolds singing "Tammy's in Love" from Tammy and the Bachelor.
Wow. That's immersion in actual estrogen. Audrey Hepburn "Moon River" from Breakfast at Tiffany's" 'I could Have Danced All Night" from My Fair Lay (with Hepburn's ORIGINAL vocal track -- not the one they dubbed in!). It's nice to know that it's there on youtube when i need to believe that femininity USED to exist and flourish. "Beyond the Sea" production number with Kate Bosworth as Sandra Dee. I just keep going back to the same ones over and over.