Thursday, March 26, 2009
Georgia's been home from school again the last couple of days (this time knocked down by the antibiotic that's making her well, rather than the illness that kept her home in the first place), so I've only been able to work intermittently, at best. Here's a few things of interest that cropped up in my Google Reads this morning, though.
- All hail Pádraig Ó Méalóid! He's managed to get his hands on a xerox of the complete unpublished Big Numbers #3, and even gotten Alan Moore's permission to post the whole thing online.
- Subterranean has posted the first two chapters of Kage Baker's forthcoming The Women of Nell Gwynne’s, about an establishment that is not simply "the finest and most exclusive brothel in Whitehall," but "is in fact the sister organization to the Gentlemen’s Speculative Society, that 19th-century predecessor to a certain Company..."
- Project Rooftop has posted the winning entries in their Batman 2.0 competition, featuring fan redesigns of a proposed Dick Grayson Batman. (If you're new to Project Rooftop, check out their previous competitions on Superman, Iron Man, Rocketeer, Vampirella, and Wonder Woman.)
Oh my god. The exquisite agony of being made to wait. Damn office firewall kills flickr. Eight hours until I can see these pics. Aaaaaaa!Post a Comment