I got to talk to Brian K. Vaughn about Saga for CBR again, this time after having actually read a bunch of the issues. It was a good one.
I’ve rekindled my love affair with writing lists for Topless Robot. I’ve got three in and am currently working on a fourth, but the first of the batch went up: Ed Asner’s Geekiest Voice Over Roles!
My pal Justin posted a great piece on his Aclin Corp blog about editing and revising and how his relationship with it has changed over the years. There’s a Jabba’s Palace Lego set?! (via Entertainment Earth)
I am very excited to hear about the return of Joe Schmo on Spike TV, that was a big favorite in college. (via EW)
A Jason Statham-less Transporter doesn’t sound great to me on paper, but since this is a TV series and it stars Chris Vance who was in my beloved Prison Break and I’m psyched…for when the Cinemax series finally makes it to DVD or Netflix. (via Collider)Dan Hipp did an Adventure Time cover!!
Michael Ruhlman had Tracie McMillan do a guest post about making it as easy for Americans to get fresh produce as it is to get fresh water. It’s a fascinating argument, something I’d never thought about that makes perfect sense. After The Final Curtain is selling prints of some of their amazing balcony shots. The site chronicles decaying, but still mostly intact theaters all over the country. I like them all.
Well, I didn’t finish watching Deadly Blessing for the Final Girl Film Club in time, but you can check out her review here. The Ashcan All-Stars decided to make my week by doing an 80s theme. I’m particularly partial to the John Candy piece by Brent Schoonover.
I’m not sure how I feel about The Monkees reuniting and touring with Davy Jones having passed away, but I thought this Rolling Stone article with Mike Nesmith was pretty interesting.
007 Legends keeps sounding cooler and cooler. I’m getting more excited for this game than any one in a long, long time. ShortList got the dirt on the two recently announced levels: Die Another Day and Licence to Kill!!!