Monday, May 04, 2009
It's Monday, so that means it's linkage time...
- New Scientist has posted a piece by Anil Ananthaswamy on mapping the multiverse, which covers several of the various justifications for multiple universes (though, interestingly, the piece appears to make no mention of Everett's Many Worlds Interpretation).
- From Metafilter I learnt that, at Russell Crowe's request, Nick Cave wrote the script for a sequel to Gladiator, reimagining Maximus as an eternal warrior. What the--?! (Want to see a synopsis?)
- Also from Metafilter, a nice overview of William S. Burroughs's comic book (well, essentially) Ah Puch, a collaboration with Malcolm McNeill that remixed characters from the Mayan Dresden Codex on backgrounds taken from Hieronymous Bosch.
- From Lee Moyer comes the news that Elaine Lee and Michael Kaluta's Starstruck will be reprinted in a new 13-issue series from IDW. In addition to the reprinted material, colored of course by the inestimable Mr. Moyer, each issue will contain a new Girl Guides episode scripted by Ms. Lee with pencils by Kaluta and inks by Charles Vess. Result!