My weekly TV column is up at Torontoist.
Out of curiosity, who do you have winning The Amazing Race on Sunday? I’m thinking Travis & Nicole, I’ll be rooting against Tim & Marie, and I’ll be hoping that the next season comes sooner rather than later.
Heeey, you’re a guy that likes comics! Have you heard about this Ken Penders case?
Short version: Old writer for a comic erases almost all of a comic’s twenty years of continuity with a court case, forcing a hard reboot, because he wanted to make this: http://www.tssznews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Lara-Su_Pro.jpg
I know it was pretty off-topic, but thanks for that link. As someone who has fond memories of the Sonic comic (it was the first comic I collected on a regular basis, and I’ve been reading off and on for decades now), it was very interesting to see such a behind the scenes account. It looks like Archie really screwed up on Penders’ original contract. I’ve found myself not really having a dog in this fight, since I think most of the best stories of the title come from Flynn’s tenure, even if I’ve got nostalgic attachment to Penders’ characters.
“On May 2, 2013, lawyers from both parties met with the Judge (who began the meeting by stating “So this looks like a fine mess”).”
I think that judge summed it up nicely.
I have to agree with your professor about the Sound of Music. Hate, hate, hate, hate, hate, infinity hate that film…
I always kinda liked The Sound Of Music up until the point where the Nazis show up.
Then again, I guess that’s true of most things.
“Mob City” also co-stars Dana Gould, and he really needs a success in his life right now, so watch it for him.
Mike: Except Indiana Jones movies. Those usually get better when the Nazis show up.
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