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August 20, 2007

Comics I'm buying this week

BATMAN #668 -- because HOLY FUCK that last issue was fun and pretty

SUPERGIRL AND THE LEGION OF SUPER HEROES #33 -- because Tenzil Kem gives me an appetite

INVINCIBLE #45 -- because I want Mark & Eve to get together

ASTONISHING X-MEN #22 -- because Duh

IMMORTAL IRON FIST #8 -- because Fraction + The Brube = Awesome

THE ORDER #2 -- because there isn't a Strikeforce: Morituri comic

THUNDERBOLTS #116 -- because Ellis

X-MEN #202 -- because this is really surprisingly good, even if I can't always tell what the fuck is happening with the art

What about you?

(Diamond's distribution list)

Neil Gaiman's "What is Alan Moore Doing These Days"

scans_daily: What is Alan Moore doing these days ?

Two pages of awesomeness.

August 17, 2007

Night Time Stories

xkcd - A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language - By Randall Munroe

August 16, 2007

Dinosaurs explain Capgras delusion

qwantz.com - dinosaur comics - August 16 2007

August 15, 2007

Neil Gaiman and Masturbation

THE BEAT -- Jonathan Ross loves to masturbate

August 14, 2007

Penny Arcade on Bioshock

Penny Arcade! - Our Continuing Series

Marvel releasing comic adaptation of "The Picture of Dorian Gray"

WW CHICAGO: MARVEL ILLUSTRATED'S THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY - NEWSARAMA

They claim that despite their frequent homophobia they will keep the gay subtext intact. I'll believe it when I see it.

Born Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde in 1854, the Irish playwright, novelist, poet, author of short stories did not invent aestheticism, which took place in the late Victorian period from mid-1800s to early 1900s that also included such novelists and poets as Rudyard Kipling, Robert Louis Stevenson, Bram Stoker, Lewis Caroll, and Charles Dickens. However, Wilde was the chief proponent of the aesthetic movement near the end of the 19th century, and was prosecuted and convicted for gross indecency in 1895.

And this won’t be the first time Wilde has played a role in comics. Several of Wilde’s short stories like “The Selfish Giant,” “The Star Child,” “The Young King,” “The Remarkable Rocket,” “The Birthday of the Infanta,” “The Devoted Friend,” and “Nightingale and the Rose” were adapted into comic book format by multiple Harvey and Eisner Awards winner P. Craig Russell in a series of collections entitled Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde.

Wilde himself has “appeared” in multiple award-winning creator Dave Sim’s postmodern comic book epic Cerebus in a multi-issue chapter entitled “Melmoth” which presented a fictionalized telling of the death of Wilde.

August 13, 2007

The Savage Critic(s) party like it's 1985 - Why Countdown #38 is Crap

The Savage Critic(s) | Usless Information, tons of Useless Information:...

LOL - Names

xkcd - A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language...

Kevin Smith destroys heckler

@ 2007 ComiCon, NSFW (headphones) via PoE TV...

August 09, 2007

So this actually happened to me last week

Penny Arcade! - I Know A Guy

Honestly, except for thr breaking off bit. But the dentist did accidentally stab me right in the tongue nerve and it did hurt like the blazes.

It was probably my #3 pain ever, after having a tumor removed with spotty anesthesia and breaking my collarbone.

August 06, 2007

Achewood on the special Taco Bell menu for breast men

Achewood - February 22, 2007

Interview: Achewood's Chris Onstad

Chris Onstad | The A.V. Club

AVC: What if you drew some cute fuzzy rabbit in the strip one day, and suddenly your hits doubled. Would you feel tempted to include the bunny more often, to drive up traffic?

CO: I try not to whore out like that. There's a fine line between giving the people what they want, and doing what you want. Like, if I drew a new character that people really liked and responded to, it might inspire me to write more for that character, and hopefully I would have created that character in the first place because I had a concrete idea of what its personality was and what its voice was. I think that's what people are drawn to a lot of the time in Achewood—the very distinct character voices that you can rely on day-to-day to be themselves and to be entertaining in their own way.

August 05, 2007

Bryan Lee O'Malley draws Emma Frost, the White Queen

White Queen drinking on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

August 04, 2007

Marvel Comics vs. Science: 5 of the Most Absurd Superhero Origins

Cracked.com | Marvel Comics vs. Science: 5 of the Most...

August 03, 2007

Machine Man is my hero

scans_daily: Google is your friend: These are the words of...