“How a ridiculous Canadian mutant conquered the world”: Grady Hendrix provides Slate.com with an entertainingly written introduction to Wolverine and his rise in popularity. He states that Wolvie only has two ongoing titles at the moment though. With Wolverine, Wolverine: Origins, Wolverine: First Class and the new Wolverine: Weapon X, he’s up to four solo titles, isn’t he?
Speaking of Slate and wolverines: Dana Stevens totally hated the movie.
Great, now I’m hungry for thin mints: Did you know the Girl Scouts have a comics badge? Comicsgirl did. Check out her post about the badge, and the requirements for how scouts can earn one. It’s pretty darling. (Via WFA)
I look forward to a movie called Archie Origins: Jughead’s Hat: Have you ever wondered what the deal with Jughead’s hat is exactly? Wonder no more.
“These are like Superman Gone Wild“: Terri Gross interviews Craig Yoe about his Secret Identity: The Fetish Art of Superman’s Co-creator Joe Shuster for NPR’s Fresh Air. You can listen to the eighteen-minute interview (and read Stan Lee’s introduction to the book) here.