Friday 15 March 2013


Anna & Katy
1x02 Episode 2
[Watch it (again) on 4oD.]

Comic Relief 2013
[Watch it (again) on iPlayer.]


The Raven (2012)
[#30 in 100 Films in a Year 2013]


2000 AD #1786-1788


Judge Dredd Day of Chaos: Wot I Did During the Worst Dissaster in Mega-City History & Chaos Day, Parts One - Two by John Wagner & Henry Flint
Durham Red The 'Nobody Wants This Job' Job, Parts 2-4 by Alan Grant & Carlos Ezquerra
Grey Area One of Our Own, Parts 2-4 by Dan Abnett & Lee Carter
Nikolai Dante Sympathy for the Devil, Parts 1-3 by Robbie Morrison & Simon Fraser
Future Shocks A Guide for Prisoners Arriving from the Year 2149 by David Baillie & Warren Pleece
Future Shocks Silent Running by David Baillie & Anthony Williams
Future Shocks Downloan by David Baillie & Nick Dyer

PJ Maybe vs the Dark Judges? Great. The two-part Chaos Day feels inaptly named, though -- after all the build-up and disaster, not much occurs on the day itself. Grey Area substitutes endlessly re-explaining its own premise with a predictable 'twist' ending. It remains promising at least. I didn't like -- or really get -- any of the Future Shocks. Shame.


Joss Whedon On Kickstarter And Firefly: "It Doesn't Just Open The Floodgates."
by Adam B. Vary (from BuzzFeed)

After the phenomenal success of the Veronica Mars Kickstarter (that link is a good in-depth article about it, by-the-by; also this), naturally fans have begun to ask, "what's next?" And it'll come as no surprise to anyone that top of the most-asked list is some kind of continuation for Firefly/Serenity. Realising that if he didn't answer the question he'd be asked non-stop, here Whedon reveals what the chances are. In short: he's a bit busy right now.