Self-link: Aquaman's one-hour limit and Silver Age beginnings.
Publicity for Minx.
Dorothy of Oz gets mentioned at Bookslut.
Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed #117.
Speech Bubble Logos.
Stan Lee Movie Cameos (YouTube).
Heroes Season 2 Promo (YouTube).
Everyone is talking about Todd McFarlane's take on Oz.
Don't like Spam? How about bacn?
Here's what I don't get about Wikipedia. If it's supposed to be all-inclusive, why do people attempt to delete articles that are clearly informative? I can see deleting joke articles, or articles that are incorrect. But why delete a singer or cartoonist's entry just because "no one" has heard of him? Isn't that the whole POINT of wikipedia, that people can find out more? UPDATE: Tom Smith Filked his Wiki experience.
Blogging certainly can be reporting. Some of us are echo chambers, but some blogs DO report. Generalizing about blogs is the same as saying all magazines are identical, or all TV shows are exactly the same. It only proves you have no idea what you are talking about. Michael Skube should have known better.
Stephen Colbert's Cast on eBay. It was only $735 when I checked this morning.
There's a hole in the universe.
The Most Kissed Girl in the World.
Community Drug Tests.
Greetings from Seattle, 1942.
First posted on April 1st, this story is pretty funny on it's own (bigfoot spotted at site of new ski resort, environmentalists attempt to claim endangered animal protection of the site). But this quote just put it over the top for me:
A spokesman for the Wolf Creek Development Company, Farmhead Bunmunch, told the Post in an exclusive interview Sunday that the supposedly controversial footage was a joke played by Wild Colorado, or possibly by some of their supporters. "All I see is some idiot jumping around in a monkey suit, acting like he's a Saskachewan [sic.] There's no controversy here... It's just those Colorado Wildness people joking with you."I can't stop laughing. Bigfoot is a Saskachewan! By the way, don't bother watching the vids. Really bad acting.
Opus is censored. This article links to one of the strips.
Dogs and Vick.
For the in-laws: Pug Skydiving.