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Monday, June 19, 2006 

"the psychology of the players"

Even if you don't like comics, if you like art and collaboration you should read this interview with Warren Ellis. The part where Ellis is describing how you work with different artists is fascinating, even if Ellis worries he's boring his audience, and there's some good stuff about Philip K. Dick a little further down, too.

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