Casting Internets

Always with the writing, like this CBR piece about Jonathan Hickman’s Secret, America’s Got Powers with Bryan Hitch and Jonathan Ross, Kurtis Wiebe’s Grim Leaper, David Hine’s The Darkness and Nathan Edmondson’s Dancer.

I also covered the Wondercon announcements for Dark Avengers and Hulk for Marvel.com. Check out Sketch Attack where my pal Rickey did a Lobo/OMAC mash-up!Speaking of sketchblogs, do yourself a favor and check out The Cat Made Me Do It. This Doctor Who pieces is a favorite.

Over on his blog, Jim Rugg remembers the indie comics covered in Wizard first in Palmer’s Picks and later Secret Stash. I used to get art for the latter and was introduced to lots of interesting concepts by the former.

I don’t know how I stumbled on Samurai Pizza Cats as a youngin’, but I sure did like it. Can’t wait to watch it again on DVD. (via Topless Robot)By now you guys know that I’m a pretty big Planet Of The Apes fan and will most likely post any art based on the series that I find. This one by Scott C that was shown at Mondo’s SXSW gallery is amazing. I want a print.

I wish this Geek Dad interview would have gotten a little bit more into the writing process of Adventure Time and it’s awesomeness, but it sure was a fun read.

Wired also had a really cool interview with Michael Chabon on writing the John Carter script and being a fan and writer of genre fiction.

I kept this Rolling Stone Black Keys story in my Read It Later for a long time. It’s four pages, but totally worth the read if you’re a fan of the band.

Rolling Stone also tells me that Jet broke up. I think I’ll listen to Get Born today, it’s been a while. Lastly, I love Dave Perillo‘s Treasure Chest Of Fun piece!

Casting Internets

Wow, congrats to my boy Jim McCann for being more interesting than Yoko Ono according to Pop Candy!

I’ve never listened to ICP, but their business model is fascinating as is Wired‘s lengthy article about the rap duo who happened to come grow up not far from where I’m from. Also, they believe in the Secret. Whoda thunkit.

Andy Cohen talks to Whitney Matheson. Fun stuff. Gah, Fabio Moon drew the Demon! So awesome.

I love John Cusack and Edgar Allan Poe but will these be two great tastes that taste great together? Hope so. (via /Film)Have I mentioned that I love how The Fwoosh takes the old He-Man posters and Photoshops the existing figures into them? This one is my new wallpaper. Hit the link to not only see the new Buzz Off figure (my all-time favorite classic toy) but the other two posters like this one.

“Is Nic Cage just doing anything these days?” – the missus after seeing the Season of the Witch trailer. I’m going with yes.