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Penny Arcade on male librarians

Penny Arcade! - The Couch Dialogues

They claim this is an entirely factual conversation they had.

Why I love comics

Chris’s Invincible Super-Blog -- The Week In Ink: August 1, 2007

Where else can I read a college professor putting on a magic shrinking belt and travelling to the world inside the atoms of a dog, wherein he meets and kicks in the face Jetpack Hitler. Where else, I ask you?

August 01, 2007

44 things Warren Ellis said at the Comicon

Blog@Newsarama � SDCC: 44 things said at the Spotlight on Warren Ellis panel

1) Warren Ellis could take Joss Whedon.

2) Downloadable comics save Warren Ellis a lot of money.

3) In the next three years, online comics will become “the big question.”

4) Avatar will have a FREE online comic by Warren Ellis called “Freak Angels,” a five-page-a-week story that will be close to a sort of Village of the Damned kids all grown up and living in a post-flood London that they may or may not have something to do with. Near future steampunk for free on the internet.

5) August of 2008 his Astonishing X-Men issues will hit, so there wasn’t much to say about his upcoming run on the book.

6) Millar and Bendis begged Warren Ellis to have their asses on Ultimate Fantastic Four.

7) Warren Ellis didn’t tell Bryan Hitch that Midnighter and Apollo were gay until issue #7 of Authority, but having them sleep in the nude together in Stormwatch was a good clue.

8) WB didn’t have the “correct cocks sucked” to continue with the Global Frequency TV series, thus dumping a $4 million pilot.

9) Web critics he enjoys include Tom Spurgeon, though Paul O’Brien may have lost his mind after reading years and years of every X-Book ever printed.

10) The Transmetropolitan trades may be condensed in the near future, so a lot of them are going out of print.

Click through for the rest, which are of course pretty damn fun to read.

July 30, 2007

Dresden Codak explains the singularity

Dresden Codak walks without rhythm, so as not to attract the worm

Moustache Monday at Ectoplasmosis

ectoplasmosis &8212; Moustache Monday: Superman Wants A Moustache Ride! More to come.

"Lie Bot, what is the saddest thing?"

Achewood - July 30, 2007

July 29, 2007

Nerd Prom Coverage from Unca Warren

Warren Ellis: Overheard: ‘dude, did you thtep on my light-thaber?’...

July 28, 2007

The 2007 Eisner Award winners

THE BEAT � Blog Archive � 2007 Eisner Award Winners...