Linkblogging for 25/08/09

I’m too tired today to write the next hyperpost, but the posts for the next few days are planned out in my head, and will probably be:
Tomorrow – The Kingdom, and the storytelling possibilities of Hypertime
Thursday – The End Of Time – a look at Julian Barbour’s book (with reference also to Deutsch’s The Fabric Of Reality) and the theoretical possibilities of Hypertime really existing.
Friday – Can You Change History, Even One Line?Doctor Who and the web of time, especially the novel Spiral Scratch.
Saturday – Seven Soldiers and modular storytelling
Sunday – 52, The Diary Of Ralph Dibny, and canon vs ‘fanon’

There will be more after that, I think, but that’ll give you some idea where it’s going. If you’re hungry for more, right now, pillock’s comments to the last two posts are well worth reading.

Meanwhile, some links:

Over at Seebelow, Matt Rossi has a post on why he doesn’t like the attitude Geoff Johns displays towards fans in Final Crisis: Legion Of Three Worlds. I *may* cover that series in a future post myself, but I agree with him on this one…

A few people have done interesting reviews of Inglourious Basterds (which I’ve not yet seen as Holly doesn’t like violent/disturbing films – I may go without her when she’s off at Pride this weekend) – anagramsci and Jog probably have the most interesting for someone who’s not yet seen it.

J.H. Williams III takes us through the creation of a Detective Comics cover.

Mark Kennedy has a Disney comic artists guide from the 70s scanned.

Nina Stone found Barbara Gordon far more interesting than the new Batgirl, while Debi enjoyed the comic but saw an arrow.

And Millennium talks about the difference between compassion, justice and vengeance. He really is a very wise little elephant, you know…

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5 Responses to Linkblogging for 25/08/09

  1. pillock says:

    Aha, placing Hypertime in context with the Imaginary Story! You know everybody talks about it, but no one ever does it…I think I like it.

  2. Holly says:

    If you’re going to the movies without me (a plan I heartily approve of, by the way), better make it Saturday afternoon rather than Sunday. I know I’ll be busy then, but I’m not sure if I’ll be around on Sunday.

  3. pillock says:

    Well, if you’re going to be in Vancouver, Holly…

    I guess we could make it Saturday, at that!

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