Linkblogging For 28/03/11

My writer’s block has gone into remission, so I’m working on the next Cerebus piece (finally!), the next How We Know What We Know, and a piece on Batman, Inc. I may also review Richard Herring’s show on Wednesday. But today, I’m busy typesetting vol. 1 of my Beach Boys book (sample index entry: Love, Mike: songwriting credit lawsuit, 15, 19, 25, 31, 37, 38, 40-44, 51, 54) so I’ve got some links for you:

James Ward gives his impression of yesterday’s march against the cuts

Many people reading this, obviously, are Doctor Who fans. I strongly suspect at least some of you are on the autism spectrum. In which case you may want to fill out this questionnaire and help an autistic Who fan write a book on the subject.

The Gregg’s Adventure is one man attempting to eat one of everything they sell at Gregg’s the Bakers. Will he survive?

The Yes To AV campaign have released the names of their donors. Why won’t the No campaign?

Colin Smith is looking at Kraft & Giffen’s Defenders run. Giffen was *scarily* late-Kirby early on, wasn’t he?

A review of a live performance of Big Star’s Third

Frank Santoro talks through some of his layout decisions for his Silver Surfer story in Strange Tales

Bob Temuka likes Hitman

Can the deficit be reduced through growth alone? It looks like the answer’s a resounding “no”

Big Finish are now taking orders for next year’s Fourth Doctor stories

And here’s an index to Illogical Volume’s recent Mindless Ones posts

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4 Responses to Linkblogging For 28/03/11

  1. Tilt Araiza says:

    What an excellent metaphor for discussing television with a Dr. Who fan. “Do you like dining out?” “Oh yes, I’ve tried everything on the menu at Gregg’s.”

    • Tilt Araiza says:

      Sorry, I’m in that sort of mood today.

      • Andrew Hickey says:

        Don’t worry, it made me laugh. (As always I choose to believe that I can exclude myself from your blanket condemnations of Who fandom)

        • Tilt Araiza says:

          Oh yeah, it was totally someone else who’s not me that broke your window by throwing a threatening note wrapped round an Enemy At The Door – The Complete Series DVD set.

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