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"When Dave Sim’s epic Cerebus series finished with #350 in October 2003 – three years ahead of schedule after an astonishing late burst of productivity – the Canadian artist revealed one of the great secrets about his series: The utterly human character Cerebus initially started life as a furry animal."
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"Cerebus No. 300 To Get CGC Signature Series Treatment Aardvark-Vanaheim, Inc. and Paradise Comics of Toronto have announced plans to produce a limited edition run of 100 CGC-graded Signature Series copies of Cerebus No. 300 - signed and numbered by Dave Sim and Gerhard, as part of Aarvark-Vanaheim’s “Own a Piece of 300” promotion to coincide with the publication of Cerebus No. 300, the last issue of the 26+ year comic-book series. "
This link recently saved by meowwcat on June 09, 2013
"As promised, my gradual journey through Dave Sim's Cerebus has brought me up to the fifth volume, Jaka's Story. Cerebus has a decreased role in this entry, with the focus reserved for Jaka, Cerebus' recurring love interest."
This link recently saved by meowwcat on June 08, 2013
Cerebus is sitting in an old, abandoned building, wearing some woman’s chainmail underwear over his head.
This link recently saved by meowwcat on April 19, 2013
Blogger talks about a Cerebus shirt ("He doesn't love you, he just wants all your money" and how he got started with Cerebus.
This link recently saved by meowwcat on April 06, 2013
"By the time of the Heritage auction the first of these had appeared, one of many alternate covers for a Mars Attacks comic. It featured Cerebus in a classic Sim sound effect joke. But this Cerebus is a Mars Attacks alien variation and is drawn in Dave's current style, maniacally cross-hatched and fabulously lush in the brushwork. I loved it right away, and at the auction I waited for my moment and then pounced in the aisle. Would Dave be willing to sell me that cover? I had cash in hand today in the form of hundred dollar bills, which as I learned on Pawn Stars have their own power. Alas, Dave informed me it was part of his Heritage consignment. They had other art but it just was not in this auction. The Mars Attacks cover would be in a Sunday auction in March."
This link recently saved by meowwcat on April 04, 2013
"Ah, April begins, you know it can only mean one thing: time for the third installment of 365 Days of Cerebus, my column where I read all 300 issues of “Cerebus” over the year and take time out each month to write my thoughts down to share with you. Maybe I’ll say something insightful. Maybe I’ll just ramble. Either way, it’s an endeavor."
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"The first creator I’m aware of who “Wrote For the Trade” was Dave Sim in Cerebus. He may even be the first, but I’m not sure of that. Early issues of Cerebus follow the traditional comic format, but with the beginning of the High Society story, Sim changed the game. "