Doug Moench and Russ Heath, Doug Moench and Roger Ebert: Bhob shares an old Moench/Heath strip, and the story behind it. (Via tcj.com)
Life imitates political cartoon: Michael Cavna shares a 2003 cartoon about an Arnold Schwarzenegger love child by Cam Cadrow, which now looks prescient.
Bad movie, good beer?: Bryan Munn didn’t care for the Thor film, but he drank a rather appropriate-sounding beer before taking it in. (I’m pretty positive those 3D action sequences would have made me ill if I had any beer in my stomach, although I did like the movie for the most part).
“One psychologist even changed the comic book world and influenced…the feminist movement”: Psychcentral.com profiles William Moulton Marston.
The logic of most of these reasons is completely unassailable: “Why Aquaman is the best damn superhero in comic history”
Flashpoint vs. Fear Itself: Yan Basque counts up August’s number of tie-ins for each series/event/thing. Which one wins or loses depends on whether you think a huge number of tie-ins for a big, huge series is a good thing or a bad thing.
Hey, Al Milgrom’s first name is Allen?: The veteran artist gets profiled on the occasion of the Thor movie making Marvel superheroes the main topic of pop-culture conversation for another few weeks.