Friday, April 02, 2004

There's a rumor making the rounds that Steve Buscemi may be playing The Joker should the new Batman flick merit a sequel.... which I'm sure it will.

Oh, man... I want this.

Sequential Tart takes a look at He-Man.

Thursday, April 01, 2004

If there's anything out there as wonderful as this, I haven't found it..
The Adventures of Seinfeld and Superman!

Harvard says downloading (of the illegal variety) is NOT responsible for the slump in records sales.
Read more.

Ash (the one with the Boomstick) is making his way to comics.

Mothman lives!

The first pictures of the new Batmobile?

If I could only recommend one comic to a person, this would definitely be on the list of possible candidates: INVINCIBLE: Family Matters (Vol. 1)
You could waste $10 on a lot worse.
It's worth giving a try.
Actually, you can go here and check out the entire first issue...
then read the first issues of Grrl Scouts, The Clockmaker, and Powers.
Chances are you'll thank me.
And if you're bored and at work, even if you don't like the comics, at least it will have killed some time.

Tuesday, March 30, 2004

A gallery of every picture from the original 1952 Mars Attacks! cards.
It's amazing.
And people think kids see too much violence now.

Monty Python... in Lego form.

Peter Jackson has announced that Jack Black will be starring in his version of King Kong.
No, not as the gorilla.

Monday, March 29, 2004

I adopted a lil' Superman fetus
from Fetusmart! Hooray fetus!

Also, I'd like to thank Tara and Edward for being the only two people I know of from this site to try to keep Home Movies on the air.
Edward's comments were especially well delivered.

Sunday, March 28, 2004

Please go here and help save Home Movies.
Some things are worth fighting for.. and The Wizard's Baker is one of them.

For those of you that are interested in hearing other people discuss Dawn of the Dead (and I'm sure there are a few of you out there), why not have a look at The Cinemarati Roundtable?

Comcast has bought cable network, TechTV for $300 million.
Comcast plans on merging it with it's video game channel, G4.
I enjoy both channels, so I'm not particularly happy to hear this as it means there'll be less video game stuff on G4, and less... tech on television in general.

Picture of the day: The Official Poster for Star Boy (and The Captain of Outer Space)
(written, directed, produced, edited, and catered by Brendan Small)