Yes, a new undertaking, but not part of the whole BW thing. The Clutter Report (now in the “BW Beyond” section of the blogroll) will have more reviews of stuff I own, including comic and video reviews I’ll crosspost with this site, but also Transformers and other stuff. The main goal, however, is to get my living space organized, if only to have an article to write once a week. I’m trying to turn my mindset to positive things, but you can find more in the introductory post and the “About” page.
In the meantime, let’s get to the business of going through some other things I found online this week.
- The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has a new President.
- An interview with the son of Peanuts creator Charles Schultz. (h/t Four Color Media Monitor)
- Someone at the Arachia Panel back at Comic-Con apparently mistook a Fraggle of a Battlestar Galactica character. See if you can figure out which ones. The good news is more Fraggle Rock, and new Dark Crystal comics.
- A Spider-Man rock opera?
- Max Headroom came out on DVD this week. I wish I wasn’t broke.
- Could a Quantum Leap movie be in our future? And what part will the original actors have?
- The first Green Lantern movie isn’t even ready and we have a writer for the sequel?
- Newsarama went hands-on with a demo of Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions.
- The official name of the sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum has been announced: Arkham City. If you’ve seen the trailers you know why.
- X-Play‘s Adam Sessler makes a good case for games to evolve, despite gamer protest.
in other news
- A toy store I’ve never heard is accusing Stan Lee of ripping off their name. Insert facepalm here. As I said in the comments, the only “Super 7” I ever heard of was the animated anthology from my youth.
- San Diego Comic-Con cosplayers, as photographed by Marvel.com.
- This would be an interesting way to quit your job. Too bad it’s a hoax, but a fun one, and one that worked.
- Too bad asphalt doesn’t come with spell check, because someone needs to go back to “shcool”.
- This Week’s Cracked: Skynet. Fire ant viruses. Fighting lightning with rockets. 5 Recent Scientific Advances (And How They’ll Destroy Us All) proves that real science is scarier than the fictional type.
Best Scene of This Week’s Reviews
Transformers: Ironhide #4
And if he’s not afraid of Metroplex, I’d rather vote for him than a giant robot dinosaur mobster.
Tomorrow’s Comic> The Incredibles #12