“At a reported 5-foot-8, Hathaway apparently would be Hollywood’s tallest Catwoman since the ’60s”: The Washington Post‘s Michael Cavna discusses this week’s big casting news—a pretty and talented lady is going to be in a superhero movie—and finds some strange angles.
It’s hard out there for a unicorn: Check out Lizz Lunney’s The Magical Unicorns of Keith the Wizard, running as part of Top Shelf’s Top Shelf 2.0 online comics feature thing.
Today I really missed Dirk Deppey: The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) released their annual list of media award nominees and, as usual, the comics category is depressingly narrow, focused mainly on superhero comics fromMarvel Comics and DC Comics (and the latter’s imprints). Actually, this year’s list of five nominees only includes two or three super-comics (depending on how picky you want to be about assigning Buffy The Vampire Slayer to a particular genre), and notes books from Dark Horse and Archie Comics, in addition to the Big Two. I guess that’s progress, right? The GLAAD list used to occassion an annual scolding from Deppey, until he himself got sick of scolding them. Now that Deppey’s Journalista is no more, let’s look to Christopher Butcher for criticism of the GLAAD awards.
Do you have any questions about Wolverine?: If so, you won’t by the time you get to the end of this post by Bully.