Because it’s Thursday, I’m swamped, but the rest of the blogosphere hasn’t been slacking.
Dollhouse: I’m not gonna lie, I skimmed this review because I haven’t watched this episode yet. However, some of the insights noted struck me, so I’m linking here. Also because I mean to write more about Dollhouse, which I think is steadily improving–and growing more challenging–with each episode.(h/t When Fangirls Attack)
The Blockbuster Mentality and the Invisible Audience: about how the magical male 18-35 demographic became so in Hollywood, with interesting possible extrapolations to the comics industry.
Joelle Jones, whose art I fell in love with on Token, links to a preview of her new Oni Press graphic novel with Jamie S. Rich, You Have Killed Me. Her art is worth it on its own, but the preview looks pretty fabulous.
Jezebel notes that Good Morning America has finally resolved the question: “Are There Vampires Among Us?” And in related news, Gawker assures us that Boston Latin High School is not, in fact, crawling with vampires. (Too bad, as I’m heading to Boston this weekend).
Daryl Cagle has a North Korea-related political cartoon that made him laugh. It made me laugh, too.
Finally, Splash Page posted this story about an autistic boy saved from a ledge by a man in a Spider-Man costume, which reminded me that Rachel Maddow actually had video on the other night. So here’s the video. Enjoy!