Casting Internets

Thanks to a combination of being really busy and not seeing a ton of things online that really float my boat, it’s been a while since I’ve done one of these Casting Internets. As a result, some of these links will be old in internet time. Hopefully there’s a thing or two in here you might not have caught the first time around.

Huge congrats to Sean and Amy who got to take their darling daughter Helena home last week!

I wrote about Gladstone’s School For World Conquerors and Moriarty over at CBR. Also check out my brand new writer bio over on the site! I also did pieces on Red Spike and Repulse that you should check out.

My boy Jesse Thompson has a rad list on Topless Robot called The 10 Most Badass Dinosaurs in Comics. Go check out it!

OK Go’s Damian Kulash, Ben Folds, Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer creating 8 songs in 8 hours for Berklee? Sweet Christmas that sounds amazing.

Reading about Bob Seger talking about his age makes me kinda sad, but seeing him wear a Toledo Mud Hens Jersey on stage in my home town makes me smile. Fair trade I guess. (via Rolling Stone)

This post on Crucial VHS really makes me want to see Beverly Hills Bodysnatchers.

Wired celebrated the April 13th, 1953 debut of James Bond in Casino Royale. Obviously, I’m a Bond fan, so reading a little more about Ian Fleming was pretty interesting.

I had more fun than I should have reading what Kid Rock has learned over on Esquire.com.

Finally, the kid in this video wants to kick monster ass. That is amazing and completely logical. “If he’s gonna come in here, he’s gonna kick my ass.” Just try and defy that reasoning (via IHeartChaos)

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