The Tuesday Morning After We Crashed The Servers Again

Posted by August 11, 2009 Comment

chosenNever run big stories about Marvelman, Brian Bendis and Grant Morrison simultaneously. It does nasty things. Anyway…

David Swallow asked Mark Millar to add the dialogue he had removed from the American Jesus: Chosen collection to make it a little more palatable. Millar decided to go even further… (see scan left)

J Scott Campbell keeps the Jimmy Kimmell interview with Megan Fox where she mentions Campbell by name, on his phone. He also has a sketch for her, if she’d like to get in touch…

Watch the Watchmen at the IMAX in Birmingham with Dave Gibbons. Just hope he doesn’t cut a hole in the bottom of his popcorn bucket.

They’re the ultimate power couple. He’s the President of the United States. She’s the First Lady. And together…

They fight crime?

…their life stories have been “coupled” in a special edition flip comic book from Bluewater Productions.

Damn. I wish Press Releases would one day live up to my imagination. Anyway, basically Bluewater are shoving a couple of existing biographical comic books together, the one about Barack and the one about Michelle with a new cover and pushing it out at the end of October.

I have been known to apologise for running an incorrect story before now. Hell, it will probably happen again one day. But nothing along these lines. Take it away The Sun

IN an article published on The Sun website on January 27 under the headline ‘Gollum joker killed in live rail horror’ we incorrectly stated that Julian Brooker, 23, of Brighton, was blown 15ft into the air after accidentally touching a live railway line. His parents have asked us to make clear he was not turned into a fireball, was not obsessed with the number 23 and didn’t go drinking on that date every month.

Julian’s mother did not say, during or after the inquest, her son often got on all fours creeping around their house pretending to be Gollum.

And Jay Bookman points out a very entertaining slip up in the Investors Business Daily critique of plans to introduce national healthcare in the USA,

People such as scientist Stephen Hawking wouldn’t have a chance in the U.K., where the National Health Service would say the life of this brilliant man, because of his physical handicaps, is essentially worthless

You have to laugh, don’t you? You have to what? Here’s a British right wing magazine’s take

(Last Updated August 11, 2009 9:19 am )

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