This is just to give a link to a great painting of Superman, by a fellow named Pearlstein, called, not surprisingly, Superman. I owe my friend Jes Simmons for the painting and the link, and have recommended PrettyFakes to him. Here’s the link.
Archive for February, 2009
This is the news and it is good: As reported on EmersonLasalle.com, the good people at Explosive Entertainment Motion Pictures will be producing the stranger-than-fiction Emerson LaSalle biopic PULP BOY, from a screenplay by Victor Gischler and Anthony Neil Smith.
Victor Gischler offers more details about the development of the screenplay here, and Anthony Neil Smith provides his take here. Other links of interest:
The official PULP BOY web site.
Emerson LaSalle on Wikipedia.
In Last My Heart is Murder: The Emerson LaSalle Blog
Emerson LaSalle on Pretty Fakes:
Never Again, Forever
“Remembering Emerson LaSalle, Novelist”
Let’s just breathe it in: Emerson LaSalle biopic. EMERSON LASALLE BIOPIC. Okay, I stopped breathing it in and started huffing it there at the end. So pure. So sweet. So mucous-membrane dissolving.
Let’s take another shot at trying to get culturfied. I’m telling myself I’m going to read a book a week—and try to regain my love of cinema at the same time. We’re going to have to shoehorn in my twin loves of comics and video games somewhere in there. These are all current as of today, and officially started January 1.
Shall we begin?
The Overnight Lows are the legendary deans of the Mississippi punk rock scene: they have been here long before you, and lo: they shall be here after you are gone. This is their amplifier.
Just thinking out loud here. I figure I have to or this becomes another one of those “essays” I “ought” to write instead of a fun thought that others might want to elaborate.
What I have in mind isn’t a list. What I have in mind is whys and wherefores, sort of the way professor fury writes about G.P.R.D.
Okay, define your category. Not to exclude other possibilities but so as to not waste time arguing over.
And the Oscar for Greatest Superhero Graphic Novel (or Series of Graphic Volumes Telling One Story (or World Evoked by a Complex of Interlinked Stories)) goes to . . .