I’m not sure I understand what the point of this is or where it came from, but I liked looking at it: Longtime alternative cartoonist Ward Sutton (Sutton Impact/Schlock ‘n Roll) has created a suite of strips from The Boston Globe, premised on making the funnies page conform to the Tea Party brand of conservative politics. The results are…interesting, to say the least, and I loved seeing Sutton homage eighteen different cartoonists in what amounts to a bonus Sunday comics page. Check it out here. (Via Wonkette)
I hate when classic superheroes update their costumes: Especially the superheroes that are also muppets, like Super Grover…who insists Jimmy Fallon call him Super Grover 2.0 in the clip embedded in that post.
“4 Comic Books That Deserve the TV Treatment”: I agree with #1 on TV Squad‘s list here, and #4, which I think the animated scene that ran on Cartoon Network to promote the movie proved would work quite well as an animated series.
As long as they get Sir Anthony Hopkins to play The Turtle it will be worthwhile: “New Flash Movie to be Like Silence of the Lambs & Seven And Other Horrible News”
I thought there was just one, and that it was to make sure it’s a cartoon?: “The rules for small-screen superheroes”
Don’t worry Family Security Matters editor; kids don’t read comics: “Meet the Muslim Superheros who are Ready To Indoctrinate American Kids”
This is my favorite headline to a story about Hit Girl playing Emily The Strange: “Chloe Moretz to Play Famous Sticker”
The worst part is that it’s not even a very nice looking image of someone projectile-vomiting blood: Richard Bruton shakes his head sadly at the cover of an upcoming issue of Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors (That particular book, by the way, is the third Green Lantern ongoing, and the one going for $4-per-22 pages).