Archive for September, 2010

DC Comics’ All-Star Superman!

Even though it is a year or so until this animated film can be purchased, there has been a lot of buzz about translating this Grant Morrison/Frank Quitely comics mini-series. Honestly, it’s one of my all-time favorite Superman stories. I wish Superman was more like this all the time!

A new preview has been released, and you can check it out below:

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Please don’t feel I’ve deserted you all. It’s just that real life gets in the way of blogging sometimes. I’m working on a couple of projects that require some time away from blogging, but I will be back as soon as I can! ¬†Thanks!

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Like vampires, zombies have hit the big time.

Programs like True Blood and The Vampire Diaries have shown how popular blood-suckers can be. But what about their undead buddies, the zombies?

Turns out they are getting their shot at stardom as well. Just look at The Walking Dead, a comic being turned into a television program on AMC.

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After a nice, warm, leisurely weekend, what do we have to look forward to here in the Metro DC area? Traffic!

Vacations are over, school is in session, life is back to normal–according to the Washington Post. Here’s the link, but feel free to read the story below:

>>It’s ba-ack: D.C. area drivers, prepare for ‘Terrible Traffic Tuesday’

By Ashley Halsey III

Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, September 6, 2010; 1:00 PM

How about if everyone takes Tuesday off? What, you say you can’t? Then join the crowd — of about 1.5 million who plan to drive to work alone after celebrating the traditional end to summer on Labor Day.

The respite from obscene traffic congestion that was July and August is over, a fact punctuated by the dawn of what the local American Automobile Association likes to call “Terrible Traffic Tuesday.”

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Since this is the unofficial end of summer, I hope you will take this chance to get out in the sun and enjoy the warm weather while we still have it! I’ll be back next week, and I’m sure there will be lots of time to spend indoors during the “Brrrr” months–September, October, November and December!

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I continue to think that the state of political discussion has degenerated to where it seems none is possible. Or at least, if someone states something that is disagreed with, then extreme actions must be taken against them.

Here’s a good example: a billboard posted by someone who wanted to make a point by disagreeing with the current government garnered death threats. Here’s the story from

>>Billboard buyer shares why he brought ‘Vote Obama’ sign to the Ozarks

OZARK, CO., Mo. — When it comes to politics, there may be as many opinions as cars cruising down U.S. 65. So, naturally, there are different reactions to a billboard south of Ozark that says “Voted Obama? Embarrassed yet?”

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When I first heard that someone had gone to the Discovery Channel with a gun and taken hostages, I joked that the man must have wanted more “Shark Weeks” or something. But it turned out to be no laughing matter.

Here’s the story from The Daily Mail:

>>A gunman has been shot dead by police after taking a number of hostages at the Discovery Channel headquarters in Maryland, U.S., after his idea for a television show was rejected.

All three of James Jay Lee’s hostages managed to escape safely. At least one device appeared to explode as he was gunned down.

Lee walked into the main entrance of the building at 1pm today waving a gun and wearing what appeared to be metallic canisters strapped to his front and back.

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