Sir Links-a-lot.

§ September 28th, 2004 § Filed under sir-links-a-lot Comments Off on Sir Links-a-lot.

Via pal JP – Superhero Food Commercials! The Hawkman commercial is still a favorite of mine.

Spotted in The Sock Drawer – some slightly better cast pictures from the Fantastic Four movie. They’d better tape up the Thing’s left wrist…ouch! And the more I think about it, the more I wonder how they’re going to get away with Mr. Fantastic’s stretching power without the movie being laughed off the screen. Hoo boy.

This fellow has gone through DC’s Who’s Who series issue by issue, with commentary…starts here, continues here, here, here, here, and I’ll let you seek out the other entries. He also did the first five issues of the Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe here, here, here, here, and here (he completely has the right attitude about Galactus).

A website chock full of X-Men fan art and fan fiction…Disco Dazzler is my favorite, and the “Rogue KISS Doll” page hurts my head. There’s oh so much more, but it’ll feel like I’m picking on people if I keep pointing things out. Oh, and apparently X-Day is officially celebrated on September 23rd…I’d better get out my “Happy Belated X-Day” cards.

Milo George has reached Part the Hundredth of that darn Last Road Home. Somehow this has something to do with Endemic Treponematosis.

In the world of the Associated Comics And Pop Culture Webloggers of Ventura County, CA And Outlying Environs*, Pal Ian continues his look at the work of Howard Chaykin, this time focusing on Blackhawk, pal Corey has discovered a possible connection between the Hulk’s Leader and our own Fearless Leader, pal Dorian has a brief look at what is and is not selling at our shop (and also wishes boyfriend Pete a happy birthday — happy birthday, Peter!), pal Tom is watching TV until his eyeballs fall out, and pal Sean is on semi-hiatus as his impending marriage…um, impends, I guess.

Speaking of me and my pals, it appears that Yoko Ono is currently getting more votes than our little band of misfits in that “Who’s the Identity Crisis Killer?” poll on The Comic Treadmill. Ahem.

* As always, ACAPCWOVCCAOE for short.

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