Number Six will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed or numbered, but in the 1970s, he was roughed, laid out, sketched, penciled, inked, scanned and collected. Scans of Jack Kirby’s The Prisoner at the Madness. (TwoMorrows has some analysis).
Andrew O’Hehir reads a book about artificial language and decides: “Tolkien’s languages, one might say, form the missing link between Esperanto and Klingon.”
Smart Bitches Candy Tan and Sarah Wendell talk man-titty vs. man-boobs, Romance masculinity and their favorite bad euphemisms, but don’t too much into the heroine’s “magic hoo-hoo” with Australian comedian and radio host, Alan Brough. Hilarity ensues! (We can’t recommend the Smart Bitches, Trashy Novels site enough, whether […]
Just can’t get enough of disturbing Golden Age comics auteur Fletcher Hanks? Stardust the Super Wizard and Fantomah go on the air on WFMU. Or at least Paul Karasik discusses Hanks, which is a much better situation.
At Chris’s Invincible Super-Blog read this heartfelt paean to Jim Balent’s fan-service-tastic, Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose and what could be the worst piece of dialogue in comics history… or the best: ‘You have to get out of here. Your vagina is haunted.’” Chris has lots more […]
Here’s some pictures of Josh Brolin looking kinda pretty as everybody’s favorite Weird Western bounty hunter, Jonah Hex. (See comics covers for less pretty). Cinematical is worried they’ll be pulled down.