StampWatch: Quentin Blake illustrates Royal Mail Roald Dahl stamps…
LostPropertyWatch: Neil Gaiman left his Mac Air on a plane. Anyone seen it? No jokes about Cloud computing, please.
ImmigrationWatch: The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum, in cooperation with the English Department at OSU, is bringing attention to the topic in their four-part series, "Immigration in Comics."
Where the first segment, "Immigration in Comics," focused on the early 20th century migration of Japanese immigrants to the U.S., the second will be centered primarily on the role of first- and second-generation immigrants in the 1930s during the rise of the comic book industry. Featured in that category are Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the creators of the DC Comics' character, Superman.
PeoriaWatch: People buy comics in Peoria, apparently, though it seems a shock to one reporter.
"There's definitely something for pretty much everybody," said Jackson, who believes there's no shame in belonging to a subculture that might be strange to others.
"Might as well embrace it and not worry about it," he said.
They say I am a work in progress. The fools.
What better way for an Australian magazine to show their patriotism than by dressing up one of our most successful modelling exports as an Aussie Wonder Woman?
Check out a sneak preview above.
here are looks at the red envelopes (or 'ang pows') for Marvel's The Avengers that will given out at theaters in Asia for the first six days of the Chinese New Year, starting Monday, January 23rd.