Weekend Window-Closing Wrap-Up
Once again, a bunch of things that haven’t quite generated a post of their own, but deserve some sort of mention…
- The must-have costumes for San Diego: your own powered exoskeleton, rentable for only $1000 a month– and it’ll make hauling boxes a lot easier too. But if you’re on a budget, you can always go as the Bat-Signal.
- Now where have we heard this before?
- What makes a superhero comic? What, is this like Scott Adams’s checklist on what makes a joke?
- The creatures in Andrew Bell’s head.
- Some Hong Kong "entrepenuer" grabbed all the images from Darren Di Lieto’s The Little Chimp Society website and published it into a 350-page book being sold online for $100. You can read more on this post in Darren’s blog. (Via Stuart Immonen.)
- Tom Brevoort was a teenaged moron. It’s true, he was. And he’s just showing the stuff from 1988– you should have seen the stuff from 1983. On the other hand, I wasn’t much better. But while Tom and I have gotten better, Laura Hudson is still evil.
- A story of love in the letter columns.
- The Flash is back… at the Metropolitan Museum of Art? This wasn’t the Flash Museum I remembered… Now with extra photos of the gala event.
And before I forget… hi, Mom!