In the local papers on Friday, one could find a lot of comics articles:
"Ed Arno, Cartoonist of New Yorker Whimsy, Is Dead at 92," By WILLIAM GRIMES, New York Times June 27, 2008 namechecks and quotes two bloggers, Michael Maslin and Mike Lynch. This is the first obituary I've seen that's taken information from blogs, I think.
Wall-E's all over the place:
"In a World Left Silent, One Heart Beeps," By A. O. SCOTT, New York Times June 27, 2008.
"From Pixar, A Droid Piece of Filmmaking," By John Anderson, Washington Post Friday, June 27, 2008; C01.
"'Wall•E's' world Strong visuals, comic brilliance can't save environmental fable," by Christian Toto, Washington Times Friday, June 27, 2008.
[this is longer than the print version...]
"Wall-E director Andrew Stanton," Interviewed by Tasha Robinson, Onion June 26th, 2008.
Millar and Jones' Wanted, based a comic that I hadn't read, was widely reviewed:
"'Wanted': This Angelina Jolie Is Not One for the Kiddies," By Ann Hornaday, Washington Post
Friday, June 27, 2008; C01.
"You Talkin' to Me, Boys? (Bang-Bang, My Pretties)," By MANOHLA DARGIS, New York Times June 27, 2008.
"Wanting more: A brotherhood of assassins fails to discover any deeper meaning," by Sonny Bunch, Washington Times Friday, June 27, 2008.
...a new tv cartoon - 'Three Delivery' - that I'll probably never see -
"With 3 You Get Egg Roll and a Side of Adventure," By MIKE HALE, New York Times June 27, 2008
...an animation voice was interviewed - the online version is much, much longer than the July 26th print one...
"Random Roles: Billy West," by David Wolinsky, June 18th, 2008.
Finally, it's online only this month, but the Onion also reviewed comic books...
"Comics Panel: June 27, 2008," Reviewed by Noel Murray, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson, Onion June 27th, 2008,
...and published this guide to Pixar...
by Donna Bowman, Noel Murray, Onion June 27th, 2008.
Whew! No wonder I'm two days late with this.