EW on that GL fan-trailer: Can we all just vote on who plays the lead in a Green Lantern movie, American Idol-style? Because I’ll cast my vote for Brian Austen Green (It’s the role he was born to play! Or at least named to play!); Marc Bernardin prefers Nathan Fillion. Not me, as that would potentially interfere with my enjoyment of Castle. Plus, I hate to say it, but I think at 38 Fillion may be too old. Or at least, I think producers and studio people might think he’s too old (Especially if they’re hoping for a three-film franchise sort of deal).
“In 2004 issue No. 300 was published, fulfilling Sim’s promise to go 300 issues“: Every once in a while it’s worth stopping to think, “Holy crap, he actually did it!” regarding Dave Sim’s Cerebus. That’s what this article in the Miramichi Leader does (although it’s phrased differently).
I really like this cover: Mostly because it looks like Bucky-as-Captain America is teaming up with a little version of himself as Bucky and a teensy version of himself as Winter Solider.
That should have been a super-rare, 1-in-100 variant: Christopher Bird was not surprised by the cancellation of Captain Britain and MI-13, but then, he read one of the covers a little differently than most of us.
100 years?: Here’s a nice, brief history of Korean comics, prompted by a museum exhibit entitled “100 Years of Korean Comics.”
“Five Comic Book Heroes Who’d Oppose Propisition 8”: MTV’s Splash Page tries to tie current events into comic books. I’m pretty sure the second person on the list, Jenny Sparks, is all the opposition needed: She could sic Apollo, Midnighter and the rest of the Authority on California and they could just straight up conquer it and change the name to Authorifornia.