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In which the author gives himself an existential crisis about the state of pop culture, and also links to a picture of a bear eating a space ninja
Much like a delicious turkey, today’s post is moist, delicious, and has a stranger’s hand up its arse. Much like the vegan option, tofurkey, it tastes like whatever you cook it with and is beloved by hipsters everywhere. Yes, we’re well past Thanksgiving by now, but that’s okay, because this column is always comprised of leftovers.
Now that I’ve alienated all six of my readers, we can move on.
NARCISSISM DEPT: Today at our sister blog Robot 6, I sit in as the guest on What Are You Reading? I assume they asked me because Jon Hamm was too busy appearing everywhere else. Of course, I’m writing to you from the distant past of Friday, so for all I know Mr. Hamm found a spare half hour in his schedule and I have been pre-empted. Damn you, Hammmm!
Links, art, criticism, and discussion– sans the porn, it’s another week on the internet!
CHALLENGE OF THE WEEK: What if newspaper comic strips were written by today’s premiere comic book writers?I find the newspaper comics page to be a sad, boring place, populated by unfunny drain-circlers, occasionally peppered with decent strips or good art. So what if your favorite comic writer got in on the action? What would they write? Can you imagine the bizarre possibilities? My suggestions under the cut.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What announcements from San Diego, if any, excited you?
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Thank goodness this post didn’t go up on Talk Like a Pirate Day. We all dodged a bullet there.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK– U-DECIDE!: New Justice League lineup– the lamest one ever?
Links below! No lynxes, though.
Another week, another pile o’ links.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK: So if Disney and Marvel produce a crossover between their respective “universes,” what match-up are you most itching to see? Me, I’m partial to “Beauty & the Beast and the Beast,” myself.
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