TweetSome weekend distraction: It was born in Ohio. Via the comments: RIP two-faced kitten. We will always love you. UPDATE: After googling “Two faced kitten” images, we think this was the cutest two-faced kitten ever born.
TweetJeff Trexler has been digging through the exhibits in the Siegel vs WB case, and found lots of disturbing correspondence between Detective Comics and Jerry Siegel from 1939 through 1947, including talk of a gay looking SUperman with a fat bottom, and a Lois Lane who was way too buxom. Even apart from the gender [...]
TweetArchie Chairman Michael Silberkleit died on August 5. An obituary supplied by Archie follows. Michael I. Silberkleit, the chairman of Archie Comic Publications, died August 5th in New York City at the age of 76, after a short battle with cancer. For much of the 60 years he worked at Archie Comics, Silberkleit shared the [...]
TweetAn LA Times wire story wonders why a DARK KNIGHT video game has failed to appear: It’s not as if an interactive “Dark Knight” wasn’t gearing up before the film’s release. Game publisher Electronic Arts had the rights to make a “Dark Knight” title, which EA-owned developer Pandemic Studios was working on, according to an [...]
TweetBack in the primitive era of the ’80s, British comics writers had to call each other to look things up I remember Alan ringing me up when he was writing Watchmen #3, and said, “Neil, you’re an educated bloke. Where does the quote `Shall not the judge of all the earth do right?’ come from? [...]
TweetOn his blog, Rick Marshall notes he’s no longer at ComicMix: As some of you have already heard, ComicMix and I are parting ways. Despite some great accomplishments with the news element of ComicMix over the last few months, I was informed today that the company is shifting its focus away from the news side [...]
Tweet And it’s lovely. Edited to add: the film stars Viggo Mortensen, obviously, who knows who to be grim, and is directed by John Hillcoat, who previously worked with Nick Cave so is obviously intimately acquainted with gloom. Hope this movie is good because the book certainly is. Technorati Tags: Cormac McCarthy