calliopes_pen: (taibhrigh Daniel Jackson knowledge)
It seems that some journals are being considered spammers for linking to any sites outside of Livejournal, and being deleted.. So if this is all true, and will become a regular thing when someone links outside of the site, then I may consider putting a halt to cross-posting to Livejournal altogether. I’ll be keeping an eye on the comments over in that entry, so that I might see what develops. Currently, it's a wait and see/learn more situation.

Given that I link to things outside of Livejournal, it’s quite likely that I would be suspended for mistakenly being a spammer if an errant spambot script got hold of my journal; each cross-post is technically a link to outside of Livejournal, even if you don’t factor in linking to fanfic posted to Ao3 or wherever else I collect links from.

Kudos to [personal profile] meridian_rose for mentioning this, as it was the first I had heard of it.

I periodically import any comments from the Livejournal side (and now that the influx of new people importing has slowed a bit, it only takes about 5-20 minutes to complete an import as of this writing) so that nothing will be lost if my Livejournal happens to fall under some vague thing that all ends with a deletion, temporary or otherwise.

To those who prefer commenting on the LJ side: Should anything happen to my journal, you can easily find me and add me on Dreamwidth if you have an account there and haven’t already. Same username, even if you don’t have access to a cross-post link.
calliopes_pen: (liz_guerin Inara Kaylee Love Slash)
All comments have imported successfully for [community profile] librarian_films and [community profile] relation_ships as of half an hour ago. I discovered and cleaned up one case of Russian spam in the form of a truly massive wall of text in a comment of the latter from about a year ago, which went unnoticed (but screened, even following the import) until now.

As planned, both communities were deleted from the Livejournal side once I made certain that everything was in order. Following input in favor of not going that route, I plan to leave [community profile] big_damn_quests in both places. It's safely backed up here on Dreamwidth, should anything worse remove it over there.
calliopes_pen: (iconsbycurtana librarians rule the world)
All journal entries have been successfully imported for [community profile] librarian_films as of a few minutes ago. It doesn't look like anything accidentally appeared multiple times. Once the comments have made the journey, then I’ll delete the group on Livejournal, as promised.

Edit: As of a moment ago, the same status holds true for [community profile] relation_ships as well.
calliopes_pen: (my bloody valentine Lucille's ring)
I just removed a rather large chunk of groups from the friends list over on the Livejournal side. There are quite a few that haven’t had any activity since 2012 or earlier. A few that are dead I’ll keep for now, so I can go through and save whatever posts I feel like I wouldn’t want to lose. As is to be expected from me at this point, it’s a few ancient Dracula groups and one for Gothic horror literature.

Edit: Oh, and since the import is completed on the Dreamwidth side, is anyone not in favor of me deleting [community profile] big_damn_quests from Livejournal? Everything is safely backed up.
calliopes_pen: (dirkdigital Killer Bank Door MST3K)
Looking through the two other Livejournal communities that I am considered owner of, I decided that I would be bringing them to Dreamwidth as well, so that nothing is lost. Importing has begun on both groups.

So [ profile] relation_ships is now on Dreamwidth as [community profile] relation_ships. [ profile] librarian_films is on Dreamwidth as [community profile] librarian_films.

[ profile] relation_ships was almost completely dead by the time I took over, so that will be for archival purposes only, just as [community profile] big_damn_quests technically seems to be.
calliopes_pen: (iconsbycurtana Egyptology Evie)
Before you delete your Livejournal account, if you plan to do so? Or even just if you’re planning to stay, and don’t plan to delete it, you may desire to claim your Open ID account anyway. It’s one of the many links in the Dreamwidth Starter Kit that [personal profile] bisharp made, but I thought I’d do a separate post on the topic, just in case anyone missed it.

As an example, back when I did it, I simply typed in and

Once you’ve done that, older comments that you made that were imported from both Livejournal and Insanejournal immediately become linked to your Dreamwidth account. So becomes calliopes_pen in whatever journal, and goes straight here when clicked on. A user icon will then appear beside it, just as it once did wherever the comment originated.

(Expect it to take a while longer to import your journals, too, if you haven’t seen that update already. It’s still going quite admirably as it tries to bring over [community profile] big_damn_quests. As of this moment, it’s 1614 others waiting in the queue, after a day. I’m amused, more than anything. I’m just glad the site hasn’t broken from the strain.)
calliopes_pen: (iconsbycurtana librarians rule the world)
I have successfully transferred all images in the Livejournal Scrapbook over to Dreamwidth for the ice storm post from 2009, and switched out all the accompanying links there, and for the Livejournal side, before deleting the images in the Scrapbook.

I noticed that it had a duplicate entry. My first thought was that it was caused back when I first imported everything years ago, but no. It's that way on the Livejournal side as well, so it's an old Livejournal hiccup that occurred at some point. As there were no comments to that Livejournal hiccup, I deleted it on both sides to prevent further issues.

Edit: Oh, and for those interested: [personal profile] bisharp has made a Dreamwidth Starter Kit, for those that are making the move from Livejournal to Dreamwidth, and need tutorials, customizations, groups for obtaining assistance, and an assortment of other things.
calliopes_pen: (54 IJ Edith silhouette books)
Perhaps it’s due to the comments being screened, but I didn’t receive the notifications for the love meme. I happened to glance in, and just saw them. Thank you (each of you will see my thanks over there, too, when those comments are unscreened) so much for the kind words and hearts, [personal profile] alexseanchai, [personal profile] azurelunatic, and [personal profile] elistaire. They are truly greatly appreciated.

I was looking through the payment history tab on Livejournal to see just how long I’ve had my Permanent Account over there...and how long I’ve been on LJ as a whole. My account was created on November 10th, 2003, so I’ve been there for nearly 14 years. I obtained the Permanent Account in June of 2005. I renamed my journal in October of that same year.

Back then, my username was faith_of_borg; when I began to gradually move away from my interests in both Buffy and Star Trek, I wanted a username that I wouldn’t really drift away from liking. I didn’t want one that focused on one particular fandom, just in case I jumped ship. I always enjoyed mythology, and eventually picked what I have these days.

As of right now, it’s looking like I will definitely be bringing [ profile] big_damn_quests over to Dreamwidth. 8 votes in favor, 0 against. I remember what it was like when Greatestjournal disappeared before I could think to save a lot of fannish history in groups I enjoyed. Hence my whole ‘do it while there’s still time’ mentality for archiving.

calliopes_pen: (cruelest_month Dani valkyrie)
All car related images (for the new one, and what happened to the old one) have now been removed from Livejournal’s Scrapbook, placed into Dreamwidth’s image hosting, and then all corresponding links were then edited to direct to the correct location. The banner and book cover for Wrap The Cloak Of Night Around His Shoulders are hosted on Photobucket, so I don’t need to do any editing to that story.

The only thing left is to save, move, and alter the links for everything about the ice storm of 2009, and I’ll be done. I'll do that later.
calliopes_pen: (mojotastic Helping the Helpless)
On the Livejournal side of things, I deleted the Tara banner I use over there, while I was cleaning up the Livejournal Scrapbook. This has the added benefit that everyone should be able to see the top post over there, as it's no longer covered by it (nothing I ever did to fix it ever worked anyway when it came to resizing, while it was always fine on Insanejournal).

This also has the added benefit that if anyone has posted and it was at the top of the Friends page, now I can actually see it.

Meanwhile, I deleted around five or so ancient role-playing journals over on Livejournal that I didn't see the need to keep. I salvaged the icons from a few beforehand--like the one for Cordelia that I'm using for this post, on the Dreamwidth side.

The journals I didn't delete I'm putting serious thought into importing, for archival purposes.
calliopes_pen: (fuesch books are weapons)
*People have discovered that if you disable Javascript, you disable the message that appears and won’t go away until you agree to the new TOS. You can do this by using Ghostery or uBlock Origin or Noscript. At which point, while you can’t make a new post or comment or cross-post without agreeing, you can still delete your journal over there if that’s what you personally feel is right for you. Found via [personal profile] justhuman: [personal profile] rosefox shows the steps for getting it to go away with uBlock Origin.

*The full English translation of the Russian version of the new TOS.

*If you make the transition and change your username, there’s always this post at [community profile] 2017revival: Want to find an old LJ friend? Linking DW and LJ identities. [community profile] lj_refugees is another place to go if you just joined, as is [community profile] getting_started.

*How to move to Dreamwidth and like it.

*From [personal profile] rahirah: How to redirect comments on a crosspost.

*I was trying to determine if I should import anything I was maintainer of long ago. [ profile] big_damn_quests is seriously long since dead. Would anyone be averse to me importing it on over to Dreamwidth, just for archival purposes? It’s been dead for 10 years as of this year, and I’ve moved away from the Firefly fandom.

*I just completed saving all the inactive icons in the [ profile] x_meggan journal. Over 70 of those.

*Tomorrow I’ll get started on slowly adding what was in Livejournal’s scrapbook to Dreamwidth’s service, and then slowly go through and try to correct broken links as I delete them from the Livejournal side.

*Long ago, I roleplayed Willow from Buffy, under the name [ profile] strega_willow. I’ve just saved all the inactive icons there, and I’m thinking of importing it over to Dreamwidth, too. That will only happen if I decide any of it’s worth keeping after I go through and read it. If it isn't, then I'll delete that journal.

*If I haven’t added someone on the Dreamwidth side yet, please let me know in the comments and I will do it.

Edit: As of 1:40 PM, I finished going through the entirety of Scrapbook, and deleted anything I would never need again. It was time for cleaning out the assorted junk that had accumulated anyway. As stated earlier, whatever is left will be hosted on Dreamwidth soon.
calliopes_pen: (sallymn dark and stormy story)
In regards to Livejournal not allowing people onto the site (or even allowing cross-posting until you agree--so yeah, I agreed so I could do that) unless they agree to the new terms and conditions: If you don’t want to remain on Livejournal, and are reading this from there, you can always find me on Dreamwidth under this same username.

Feel free to add me if you're only just going over to the Dreamwidth side, if you haven’t already. I know there are people that still prefer commenting on the Livejournal side, so I will continue to cross-post for now.

I choose not to panic. I will not delete my journal.

I respect the decision to get out of there and delete your journal, if you’ve made that one. I also understand why some don’t want to go. If things get even sketchier, or particular restrictions go into effect that don't allow particular topics over there, then I might do only Dreamwidth posting at that point. I will warn everyone in advance should that time come.

There are far too many things I might need again that are located on Livejournal at this moment, like access to particular groups that are locked, the LJ Memories, and their Scrapbook.

Everything I have posted to my Livejournal is backed up on Dreamwidth as a result of cross-posting and importing. All of my icons are backed up on Dreamwidth--I have more on Dreamwidth than I do on the Livejournal side. Thanks to the import function, almost all (well, I’m about to do yet another import, so that’ll be all shortly) comments from over there are backed up on Dreamwidth. And thanks to that function, my fanfic and cross-posting thereof is backed up on Dreamwidth (and Ao3, and wherever else).

I have the old stuff from the 2009 ice storm and a few other things (like at least one image of one of my late cats that I stumbled across in there, which I have yet to move) currently hosted on Livejournal’s Scrapbook that I might try to save elsewhere.

So in summary: This is basically the same thing I said back in December, really. At least I'm consistent?

calliopes_pen: (54 IJ contacting ghosts Edith)
For all those that have heard vague mumblings about people leaving Livejournal but don’t yet know the reasoning, there’s a great explanation for what’s going on as a result of Livejournal moving their servers to Russia.

As I was asked not to link back to the post, but merely copy/paste, you can now read what was originally linked to beneath the cut following an edit. Outside of the cut is my reaction. )

Now that you’ve read that, I will state that while I have always preferred to post on Dreamwidth for my own personal and technical reasons, I will not stop cross-posting to Livejournal so long as there’s at least one person on my friends list who chooses to remain there, and wishes to read or comment that way. As I also use that journal for reading and commenting out of character at X-Project in discussion posts, and for reading other groups (like the Yuletide mod entries) far and wide, I will not delete my personal account on Livejournal.

Should anything of that nature change, I’ll be certain to let people know first thing.

My journal was imported to Dreamwidth back when I first started using it. All the icons (save what I haven’t uploaded on the LJ side) are the same. Pretty sure if I deleted it, the only thing to be affected would be whatever I have hosted on LJ Scrapbook. Which would mostly be what’s in the tag for Winter Devastation of 2009, the layout for my LJ (which I don’t use on Dreamwidth), and various unsorted things that have accumulated over the years.

[Quick edit for those interested, upon the request of [personal profile] needled_ink_1975 on 4/4/17: Dreamwidth now has image hosting. So if that lack was what put you off from crossing over, there you go.]

Whatever is actually important can be transferred to another hosting location.

Should anyone prefer to post to Dreamwidth and not want to post to their Livejournal anymore, just let me know and I’ll remove you from the Livejournal side to make things tidier. I tend to read comments and posts on both sides, though, even if I don’t say all that much.

Edit: The text of this post has been slightly altered, so that the warning is copy/pasted, rather than linked to. My reaction remains the same.

Edit 2: Altered again on 4/4/17, to include a clarification on image hosting. It's in bold, so you should find it easily.
calliopes_pen: (shawnkyr Doc magnifying glass)
I have noticed an issue with my layout on the Livejournal side of things. After the latest round of upgrades, (presumably, because it was fine until a couple months back, so I assume it was that—I didn’t touch anything to cause this) now I have too much space before you hit the banner. As a result of this, my banner now overlaps the most recent post.

Does anyone know of a way to fix this? If you’re on the Dreamwidth side of things, just follow the cross-post link and go to my journal. You’ll see what I mean. SeanDC confirmed that he sees it, too, along with an extra blue bar.

As a result of this, since it’s on the friends page side of things, too—I just have to guess if the top comment is an rss feed that I follow over on Dreamwidth, or if it’s a post by someone somewhere. If I see it at all.

If it is an issue with S1 and I need to switch to S2, I would hope to get the style to something similar to what I have on Dreamwidth.

ETA: Oh, here’s how it should normally look (as you can see, using my long-abandoned Insanejournal as an example).
calliopes_pen: (dirkdigital Killer Bank Door MST3K)
If you don’t care for the new layout on Livejournal and you haven’t already found the way back, here’s how you can change it back to the old style. Massive kudos go out to [ profile] sallymn for finding it.
calliopes_pen: (brown_betty Bad Bat)
In the last few days, I have had four spam comments from anonymous journals hit my most recent Livejournal posts. Annoying, but they are being cleaned up within a couple hours of them being posted. Thankfully, I always have it screened for comments if it's someone that hasn't friended me or if it's an anonymous post. It seems to be simply random gibberish.

Edit: And there's another one, to this very entry on LJ as of 10:15 AM. Deleted that one, too.
calliopes_pen: (sallymn time space tea)
I appear to be finished with my fanfic, and it's now off to the first person to beta read it. 14,647 words. Given a couple things that go on in the course of it all, I'll probably be rating it R.

Also, is anyone else having trouble with LJ? I can log in finally, but I haven't been able to get any further than the main page for the last two or three days. It's only LJ, and no other site--it's that way in IE, Chrome, and Firefox, so it's likely something to do with the cluster I'm on.

When I try to cross-post, looks like Dreamwidth fails to connect until the third try. So definitely an issue on LJ's part.

Oh, and without spoiling anyone who may not have seen it--loved the 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who when it aired on Saturday.
calliopes_pen: (negiramenofdoom Dark Shadows cliffs)
For anyone out there that has yet to do their nominations for Yuletide, or can’t think of something, please consider adding Fright Night (1985), Ghostbusters, or Night of the Comet (1984). If that last one doesn’t turn up this year, I’ll try to remember to add it next year. (I’ll be rewatching The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space (1995) in the next few minutes, and will decide if I want to nominate the corniness of that one next year.)

I’ve finally gotten around to watching the first episode of Sleepy Hollow. I think I like it, so I’ll give the next episode a shot. I’ll try watching the new version of The Tomorrow People, as well as (because I watched four seasons of The Vampire Diaries in one month, under the mistaken impression they were eligible for Yuletide until I rechecked the ineligible list, and I might as well put it to some use) The Originals, when they premiere. Mostly so I’ll know if I want to write for either of those for Yuletide.

Also, is anyone else having a problem where you cannot see comments (aside from the notation telling the number of comments there should be, as well as page numbers) on LJ at all, when you’re using Internet Explorer? I finally thought to switch to my portable version of Firefox, and I can see the comments over there. I assume it was just another upgrade from LJ’s end that caused this, since nothing else is affected. It started three days ago.
calliopes_pen: (rosiemoon hello in there DoctorDonna)
Livejournal Status Update: possible slowness and access problems. If LJ is down and you’re reading from my cross-post on Dreamwidth, [personal profile] meridian_rose has copied the text of the post here.

Yuletide 2012 Statistics Post.

This is what the Lizard could have looked like in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man movies.

Behold an Alien facehugger made entirely out of animal bones.

The Phil Coulson Memorial Awards: Comics Alliance’s Best Comics of 2012, Part 5.

Handmade Doctor Who Gallifreyan Collar.

Doctor Who Christmas special ratings surge.

Amazing Spider-Man #700 Steve Ditko Cover Breaks $1200 On eBay.

Japanese Poster For The Cabin In The Woods.

Crash Course: Dario Argento.

Trailers From Hell: Larry Karaszewski on What's The Matter With Helen.

Looking Forward, Looking Back: Creators weigh in on 2012 and 2013, Part 2.

J.M. DeMatteis on the Supernatural DCU and Phantom Stranger.

P:R Redesign: Denis Medri’s Fantasy Deadpool

Interview: Gregg Hurwitz & Ethan Van Sciver on Batman: The Dark Knight.

Stan Lee's Real Life Hobbit One Ring

Oz: The Great And Powerful—Two New Teaser Trailers.

After Elton interviews Colin Morgan and Katie McGrath.

The Evil Dead Wedding Cake.

Has The Roster For The Justice League Movie Been Revealed?

Is Scream 5 The New Ghostbusters 3?

5 Unfinished Comic Series We Want To Come Back.

10 Book Series So Addictive, You Never Want Them To End.

Geekfest Rants, Episode 121: Reboots, Remakes, and Reimaginings.

Greatest Movie Ever Podcast: Johnny Guitar (1954)

Comic Issues #99: Geek Resolution.
calliopes_pen: (secretsmile90 timelords)
Livejournal has informed me that the Paid Account has expired completely in the [ profile] x_meggan journal, despite my attempt to renew it with the tokens. I can’t afford to renew it without those, so I might just delete the now inactive icons when I have the time.

The local news has a gallery of how things look around here. According to them, someone made a snow bear, snow squirrel, and snow woman with spare high heels (the last of which I saw on the news, it was on the side of I-24). I haven’t found evidence of those first two yet, but here’s an ice sculpture of a Love Bug.

We're due for a bit more sleet with snow mixed in tomorrow.
calliopes_pen: (ch_photoshopped mummy Doctor)
U.S. And Russia Announce Online Piracy Crackdown Agreement.

The Best of Rifftrax Live In Theaters January.

Christmas With Rifftrax: Santa’s Village of Madness (Sample).

James Marsden - With Great Power Extended Interview

Happy Holidays From Stan Lee.

The opening scene of Doctor Who’s The Snowmen.

Weekend Discussion Thread: Christmas Movies/Specials That Should Be Riffed (Round 2)

The Power List: 22 People Who Supercharged Science Fiction And Fantasy In 2012.

Sir Ian McKellen’s favorite Hobbit scene didn’t even make it in the movie.

Fan Art Fridays: Danny Hellman’s ‘Strange Santa’ Illustrations. Santa as Van Helsing—odd crossover.

Awesome Art Picks: Joker, Spider-Man, Darkseid And More.

Kristen Stewart Confirms Return For Snow White And The Huntsman Sequel.

The New Writer of Batgirl Is…Gail Simone.

ABC exorcises 666 Park Avenue from its schedule.

Leverage Cancelled, Series Finale To Air December 25th.

Addictive TV series you can mainline right now to escape the holiday blues.

I Love Ya But You’re Strange—Batman And Plastic Man Have A Buttlegging Christmas.

Geek Gear: Batman ‘Harley Country’ Shirt.

Illyana Rasputin, as drawn by Art Adams.

Oh, the world didn’t end yesterday? Nutcracker Galactus will take care of that.

Ghostbusters-Inception Mash-Up Is Why The Internet Was Created.

Christopher Lee has just released two heavy metal Christmas covers.

Bad Movie Fiends Podcast #156: Christmas Rush (2002)

Smodcast: Paul Dini: The Dini Dossiers: Part 4. They’re discussing holiday-themed episodes of Batman: The Animated Series and Justice League Unlimited.

Livejournal sent me a notice saying that the x_meggan Paid Account expires in 5 days. Even though I used those tokens to renew it. Even if it says the extra icons are renewed until sometime in 2013. We’ll see if the LJ tokens actually worked in 5 days, then. If not, I’ll just end up going through and deleting icons when I have the time.
calliopes_pen: (capedcrusader92 Alfred's diary)
ACTA Gets Death Certificate In Europe.

Net Neutrality Bill Aimed At ISP Data Caps Introduced In US Senate.

New Legislation Mandates Investigation of Video Games and Violent Behavior.

Spin magazine ceases print publication, shocking almost no one.

Crossposts between Livejournal and Dreamwidth might be slow.

A Yuletide focused carol.

Prompts For Yuletide Pinch Hitters.

You can find all of the Yuletide prompts either here or on this single page.

14 Best Craigslist Ads Of The Apocalypse.

Where Did The End of the World Find You?

11 Reasons We Hope The World Actually Ends Later Today.

Gremlins is a perfect holiday movie for those all out of Christmas cheer.

Five Less Conventional Ways The World Will End.

You can own a perfect replica of River Song’s sonic screwdriver and diary.

Lego Officially Announce Back to the Future DeLorean Kit For Next Year.

Original Slimer maquette gets restored.

The Line It Is Drawn #120—Happy Holidays.

P:R Approved: Chris Bachalo’s Cyclops

Trailers From Hell: Marshall Harvey on The Sword and the Sorcerer. The trailer is NSFW.

CW Targets Robin Hood Series With Female Twist.

This Season’s 16 Most Bizarre Pop Culture Christmas Ornaments.

New Year’s Eve: Tales From The Crypt Marathon With Cryptkeeper Hosting.

Great E-Mail Threads: The JLA Do Secret Santa.

Mattel Announces An Adam West Batman Toy Line.

Daleks: 49 Years of Terror.

Best Art Ever (This Week): Holiday Edition 2012.

Heathers Scribe Completes Vampire Academy Adaptation, Director Comes Aboard.

From Rifftrax: Worst Movies of All Time.

Stan Lee Reads ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas’

Michael Caine Gives Alfred’s Origin Story.

From College Humor: 10 Parts In Home Alone That Still Bother Me, by Dan Hopper and Alex Schmidt.

Diagnosing the Home Alone burglars’ injuries: A professional weighs in.

Does the kids vs. adults sadism of the Home Alone movies stand the test of time?

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey concept art.

The Absolute Best Comics and Graphic Novels of 2012.

The 10 best TV episodes of 2012.

Comic Book Legends Revealed #398.

DC Promotes Bob Harras, Hank Kanalz.

The Walking Dead Renewed For Fourth Season As Problems Persist…

Ask Chris #133: The Best Christmas Movie Ever.

Happy Holidays From Deadpool.

Top 20 Horror Christmas Movies.

Original Storyboards From Blade Runner

DC Nation, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Young Justice Teaser Videos Released.

Mission Log Podcast #20: Episode 20—Court Martial.

Movie Issues Podcast: The Star Wars Holiday Special (1978)

Schlock Treatment 104: Power Rangers/Fat Albert Christmas Specials.

The Shut Up And Watch This Podcast, Episode 70: Gremlins (1984) Commentary

Retroist Podcast, Episode 127—Christmas Commercials II

Ars Technicast, Episode 17: Deconstructing The Hobbit.

Now Playing Podcast: Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker (1991).
calliopes_pen: (sirius_nst Jeremy Brett Holmes research)
The CALM Act finally puts the muzzle on loud TV commercials.

Google Starts Reporting False DMCA Takedown Requests.

Arrow: John Barrowman talks archery, Doctor Who anniversary.

All Eleven Doctors As Ceramic Owls.

Doctor Who Regenerations T-Shirt.

Bilbo’s Gingerbread Hobbit-Hole.

The Hobbit’s Martin Freeman on dwarves, Gollum and Leonard Nimoy.

A Full List of All IMAX Theaters Showing The Hobbit.

The Hobbit: The Musical.

Christopher Nolan continues to refuse to confirm or deny Batman cameo rumors for Man of Steel. Nothing new there.

A History of Superman’s Evolution On Television.

Siegels And Shusters Lose Case Over Superman Against DC Entertainment

The Legal View: Did Marc Toberoff actually win in today’s Superman case ruling?

Grace Randolph’s Stacktastic: The Man of Steel.

TV Legends Revealed: Were There Product Placements In Original A Charlie Brown Christmas?

The History of the Marvel Movie Universe, in Concept Art.

Hello Kitty Gets Assimilated…And It’s Delicious.

Will We Get A Claremont/John Romita Jr. Hardcover X-Men Omnibus?

2013 Eisner Awards judges announced.

Gillian Anderson joins the cast of Hannibal.

Port strike delays some IDW books for December.

Layoffs scheduled to hit local entertainment industry. It should affect production staffers for Days of Our Lives.

The Wolverine New International Motion Poster.

Senreich and Wells vs. Santa: Robot Chicken Christmas Special.

DC Execs on Vertigo.

Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot: The Complete Series Release Scheduled

Horror Education of the Week: Black Christmas.

The Great Stephen King Re-Read: Firestarter.

Black Bat Resurrected By Flash Co-Writer.

Vortex illusion carpet.

Random Roles: Mel Brooks.

8 Ways To Keep The Fantastic Four Movie Reboot From Sucking.

The Line It Is Drawn #119—Action Historical Figures.

Garrett Hedlund confirms he will return for Tron 3.

Vampire Diaries cast reads fanfiction. Hysterical.

Check Out The First Footage From Bates Motel In New Featurette.

Nerdist Podcast: Malcolm McDowell.

Mission Log #19: Episode 19—Tomorrow Is Yesterday.

Livejournal said the x_meggan journal’s paid account was about to expire. So I used the extra tokens I had to renew it. However, it says that the paid account still expires on December 26th. While in the icon section it says: “(3 large packages, expiring 2013-12-25)" I’m out of tokens now, so we’ll just see what happens.
calliopes_pen: (iconsbycurtana librarians rule the world)
Fandom Aid seeks to help raise money for survivors of Hurricane Sandy with an auction.

Both Paid and Permanent Accounts will be cancelled by Livejournal. If the latter has already been purchased, they will not be lost.

Holiday Wishes 2012 is coming.

Top 10 Yuletide fanfic requests.

The Bat Family Christmas Exchange.

31 Days of Horror: Halloween / Halloween II / Halloween III: Season of the Witch.

The Line It Is Drawn #113—Happy Halloween

2012 Top 100 Comic Book Runs #2-1.

There was a Twitter account dedicated to tracking the progress of Michael Meyers as he slaughtered his way through Haddonfield, Illinois last night. And one for Dr. Sam Loomis as he tracks him. They only dealt with the first two movies.

Dracula vs. Frankenstein vs. reality: 13 horror posters scarier than their movies.

Is Horror Too Scary For Broadcast TV?

13 Ghosts of Halloween: Day 13.

The haunted building from Ghostbusters is for sale, for all your Gozer-worshipping needs. The asking price is…$35 million.

The Desk Where Bram Stoker Created Dracula Is Hitting The Auction Block.

X-Men animation cells to be auctioned online December 1st.

The Great Stephen King Reread: The Shining.

Your First Good Look At The Necronomicon From The Evil Dead Remake.

Silvestri and Hawkins On Two Decades of Top Cow, Part 2.

P:R Approved: Luc Latulippe’s Firestar.

Kia Motors unveils four Justice League inspired cars.

Andrew Dunbar will play Firefly on Arrow.

Exhibit looks at comic book censorship.

24 Things We Learned From The Frankenstein Commentary.

Evil Dead Cabin Hat.

Francis Lawrence To Direct The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2.

George Lucas Will Donate Most of the 4.05 Billion From Star Wars Deal.

MPAA Officially Passes PG-13 Rating For Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part Two.

The Ed Brubaker Captain America Exit Interview.

Horror Etc Podcast, Episode 272: The 5th Anniversary.

The JV Club #35: Amy Acker.

Weinberg’s House of Horrors, Episode 10: Love For Lovecraft.

We didn’t get a single trick-or-treater last night, pretty much as I expected. They were doing half a dozen Trunk-or-Treats at various churches, had a roped off section downtown for safe trick-or-treating, and a fall festival at another church. Also, a traffic jam near my area, thanks to K-Mart (a few blocks from me) hosting a Safe Halloween, and passing out candy there.
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Sandy’s Impact: State By State.

Old skeleton found in tree uprooted by Sandy.

The Comic Industry Faces Sandy Through Twitter.

Thanks to [ profile] aralias for spotting this one: If this is true, then it appears as though Livejournal plans to cancel paid accounts in the spring.

[ profile] evilawyer has a brief tutorial on how to cross-post from Dreamwidth to Livejournal. As always, for those that want to leave for Dreamwidth, my username is the same there as it is on LJ. Feel free to add me—or let me know if I haven’t already added you to the circle.

Yuletide Sign-Ups Close At 8 PM CST. I eventually replaced Indiana Jones with The Mummy on the fandoms I’m offering for Yuletide. If I weren’t afraid I would be forced to write a story with Mutt in it, I would have thrown Indiana Jones into the Bucket List section.

Gmail Makes It Easier To Compose Emails With New Function.

This Is Halloween.

Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness: Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988)

Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness—80’s Rerun: Return of the Living Dead.

Longbox of the Damned: Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash.

Ain’t It Scary Reviews #31 of 31: It! The Terror From Beyond Space.

Rare Halloween Videos: Halloween Party and Safety Videos.

MTV Geek’s Frightful Faves: Return of the Living Dead (1985).

24 hours of horror with Joe Dante. He has great taste in horror films.

Trailers From Hell: Joe Dante on Horror Express.

Meta Horror Sequels.

Bored at a Halloween party? Time for some secret Pumpkin Tetris.

This Joker pumpkin is simply…smashing.

Watermelon Krang O’Lantern.

Spooky Stories: 10 Comics To Get In The Halloween Spirit.

13 Ghosts of Halloween: Day 12.

Dimestore Dames spotlights Jennifer-Lynn Hayden (Jade/Green Lantern).

Disney Buys LucasFilm For $4 Billion, Announces New Star Wars Movie For 2015.

Dark Horse Comics Reacts To Disney’s Star Wars Purchase.

Bryan Singer Confirmed To Direct X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Let’s Have One More Ghostbusters 3 Update, Seeing As Sony Are In Money Trouble And All.

The Real Ghostbusters Unofficial Complete Series Companion.

A Superman insignia pumpkin.

Two stills from Frankenstein’s Army.

What Is Scarier Than Vampires? Disco Vampires.

25 awesome spooky movies

Bizarro Back Issues: The Existential Dread of Halloween on Bizarro World.

Stephanie Brown Batgirl Returns To DC In Lil Gotham Digital Specials.

Stan Lee’s Rants: Marvel Avengers Battle For Earth.

Cocktails With Stan Lee, Episode 10, Season 2: Thomas Jane.

Robot Chicken: The Prime Directive.

The Cinefiles—Neo Grindhouse.

James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy Not An Animated Film.

P:R Approved: Katsuhiro Otomo’s Batman

2012 Top 100 Comic Book Runs #6-5.

2012 Top 100 Comic Book Runs #4-3.

Major Spoilers Costume Contest 2012: Meet The Finalists.

Best Art Ever (This Week)—Halloween 2012.

From Cracked: The 8 Creepiest Places on Earth (Part 4).

Doctor Who’s Ten Most Horrifying Moments.

DC Histories: Wally West.

Kaleidoscope buys international rights to release Much Ado About Nothing.

How Dark Shadows brought the supernatural to television drama.

A History of Censorship, Halloween Edition: War of the Worlds.

New poster for Oz: The Great And Powerful.

Promo art for The Woman In Black: Angel of Death.

The Shut Up And Watch This Podcast, Episode 61: Ghostbusters.

Forgotten Flix Podcast #85: Halloween (1978)

Pulp Nightmare: Pulp Commentary—Halloween II (1981).

JoBlo Movie Podcast: Halloween II (1981) Commentary

Junk Food Dinner Podcast #133: Halloween II (1981), The Day After Halloween (1979), and Night of the Demons (1988).

F This Movie Podcast: The Nightmare On Elm Street Franchise.

Comic Issues Podcast #90: Vampirism.

Now Playing Podcast: License To Kill (1989)

Monster Movie Podcast Episode 26.

Earth Station One Podcast, Episode 134 Bonus: Earth Station Boo.
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My thoughts go out to everyone being affected by Hurricane Sandy. Everyone still dealing with it and the aftermath of it on my friends list, please do whatever you can to try to stay safe.

Hurricane Sandy Topples New York Data Center, Gawker, Gizmodo. Io9 was hosted there as well.

The altered Livejournal friends page is now in beta testing. To say nobody is happy with this development would be an understatement.

Insanejournal has a problem with delayed notifications right now (and graphic porn in their ads, which Squeaky is working on correcting).

31 Days of Horror: Trick ‘r Treat / Terror Train / The Funhouse.

Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness—80’s Rerun: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.

Ain’t It Scary Reviews #30 of 31: Dario Argento’s Deep Red.

Longbox of the Damned: Blackest Night.

Rare Halloween Videos: 1982: Trick Or Treats.

10 Childhood Halloween Specials No Longer On TV.

This Year’s Halloween Discovery: Grave of the Vampire.

You Don’t Know Poe: 10 Weird Things About Edgar Allan Poe.

When the TV stars of 1979 saved Halloween with a little kitsch.

13 Ghosts of Halloween: Day 11.

Real Ghostbusters art from Kizer Stone.

Props from Ghostbusters Universal Studios Spooktacular Show now on eBay.

Comic Con to stay in San Diego through 2016.

The Wolverine to be released in 3D.

The first official poster for The Wolverine.

P:R Approved: Alex Mitchell’s Jidaigeki X-Men.

Phil Jimenez Jumps From Fairy Tales To Scary Tales.

Top 5 DC Villains Without Powers (Who Aren’t The Joker or Lex Luthor).

Frank Grillo to play Crossbones in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

Tales From The Code: Whatever Happened To The Amazing Amazon—Wonder Woman Bound By Censorship.

The entirety of Mockingbird Lane can be viewed on NBC’s website.

Scandal and The Neighbors Receive Full Seasons From ABC.

Save the bridge! A behind the scenes look at the project to restore the Enterprise D bridge.

Author L.J. Smith on writing and losing the Vampire Diaries series.

The Teaser Poster For Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters.

Monkeybrain Comics donating November profits to Hero Initiative.

Fantastic Fangirls Q&A #177: It’s Halloween! Which comics character do you want to celebrate with?

Doctor Who News: BBC Announces A Host of Books For 2013.

8 Surprising Details About The Hellish Production Of The Super Mario Bros. Movie.

New Community Starts On November 9th…In Canada.

We Hate Movies Podcast, Episode 82: Bless The Child (2000)

The Two True Freaks Podcast’s Halloween Special: The Haunted Mansion

I finally managed to locate season 1 (season 2 is easily found on the WB’s website) of Pushing Daisies, and rewatched large chunks to refresh my memory. So I can place the series back into my fandom offerings for Yuletide.

So after the last of the reshuffling, the fandoms I’m offering (unless I trade out The Mummy for Indiana Jones again) are: Fright Night (1985), Back to the Future, The Mummy series, Ghostbusters, Pushing Daisies, Addams Family (1991). And the Bucket List includes: Van Helsing (2004), Mockingbird Lane, Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, Anno Dracula Series—Kim Newman, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: 1996, A Study In Emerald—Neil Gaiman, Mannequin, Soapdish (1991), Addams Family (tv 1964).

Just received word from Donna that we’ve hit the end of the road with Nellie and her pancreatic cancer. She’s in the hospital now, having refused hospice at home. Hospice is apparently (didn’t realize they did that in the hospital) just across the hall from her current room in the hospital, so they plan to move her over there.

Finally heard from Phillip (Mom’s brother)—where he’s at, Sandy didn’t dump too much. He’s currently just outside the zone where it would be, so he only received high winds. Meanwhile, all family in Louisiana are fine as of the last anyone heard, since it didn’t go there.
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Inquest Held Into Death of Mary Tamm’s Widower.

Livejournal is changing (the alterations are currently in beta testing) the style for all friends lists so that it reflects the new style for the comment and update pages. I’ve also been reading that their U.S. offices were shut down.

Spook Me Master List 2012.

Happy Birthday To Matt Smith.

Children In Need line-up announced.

Rifftrax Live: Birdemic—How Did You Like The Show? There were 15 people at the theater I was—well, 14, really, since someone jumped over and across seats and bolted from the room as it started. He was supposed to be in the room next door, showing Halloween at the same time, from what I gathered. It was a good Rifftrax, went off without any technical difficulties. As I was leaving, I heard from behind me someone was muttering over and over: "I...didn't know movies could be that bad. I-I didn't know...I didn't know..." Their friend consoled them. Upon my telling him there’s a sequel, Dad started laughing hysterically in the car. The short with Norman was hysterical.

31 Days of Horror: Night of the Living Dead/Dawn of the Dead.

Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness—80’s Rerun: Gremlins.

Ain’t It Scary Reviews #26: The Creature From The Black Lagoon.

Longbox of the Damned: Jack Davis’ Tales From The Crypt.

Trailers From Hell: Adam Rifkin on The Shining.

MTV Geek’s Frightful Faves: Friday The 13th Part 2.

Rare Halloween Videos: 1988: Fun House.

10 Long Lost Horror Products.

Elvira, Mistress of the Dark Comics Return In 2013.

Beetlejuice: A Ghostly, Gothed-Out 80’s Fairy Tale For The Ages.

Behind The Scenes Pic Of The Day: Peter Cushing.

6 Things You Don’t Remember About The Real Ghostbusters Cartoon.

IDW Mars Attacks The Real Ghostbusters Comic Solicitation.

Mattel Ghostbusters Courtroom Battle Ray Stantz Figure Review By Pixel Dan.

13 Ghosts of Halloween: Day 7.

AV Q&A: Scariest reading experiences.

Listen to an excerpt from R.L. Stine’s new adult horror novel Red Rain.

Matthew Vaughn Out As X-Men: Days of Future Past Director; Bryan Singer Could Take Over.

Lethal Ladies: The 10 Best Female Supervillains.

2012 Top 100 Comic Book Runs #25-21.

Mike Mitchell re-skins Superman #6 with disturbing results.

The Line It Is Drawn #112—Marvel Family Tribute.

Comic Book Legends Revealed #390.

P:R Approved: Kevin Wada’s Elektra

8 Photos From NBC’s Upcoming Hannibal.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Will Return as Conan the Barbarian.

Check This Out: Weta Installs Gigantic Gollum At Wellington Airport.

Wonderful Jack Skellington Cake.

The Eye of Sauron Cake.

Spectacular Beauty and the Beast Cake.

The Myth Of ‘So Bad It’s Good.’

Starlog Magazine: Crazy Movie Rumors Before The Internet.

That One Time Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Punked Houdini With Dinosaurs.

Looking back at Carnivale.

Ask Chris #126: Who Will Survive And What Will Be Left Of Them?

The AV Club reviews Mockingbird Lane. FearNet’s review of Mockingbird Lane. And here’s Shock Til You Drop’s review.

Top 10 Movie Psychics.

The 55 Scariest Moments From Science Fiction and Fantasy Movies.

An Alternate Poster For Iron Man 3.

Next Two Bond Films To Comprise Two Movie Arc, Both Written By John Logan.

G4 Cancels Attack of the Show And X-Play.

Sofa Dogs Podcast #260: Prince of Darkness (1987).

Bad Movie Fiends Podcast #148: Invitation to Hell (1984).
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Karl Kesel Sells Silver Age Collection For His Son’s Medical Bills.

The Mile High Comics sale to help the victims of the Aurora shooting ends Monday.

Yahoo Sued For Password Breach.

Youtube altered their coding again, so the userscript for Firefox to add an x to videos ceased to work. However, if you reinstall the Youtube Tweak script, you should have it restored.

The Livejournal glitch of being unable to select an icon other than your default icon when posting a comment should be fixed. I had been having that issue for a few days.

Vote against CISPA, SOPA, and PIPA in 2012.

Amber Benson: From Buffy To Books- Part Three.

Frantic as a cardiograph scratching out the lines, Day 215: X-Men #65.

How Does Chris Claremont’s 1984 Kitty Pryde And Wolverine Hold Up Today?

FearNet’s Funhouse.

Classic Figure It Out, Legends of the Hidden Temple, Family Double Dare on Teen Nick This Weekend.

Sunbathing Batmen.

Christopher Nolan’s history of Batman.

Beach Batman. No word as to how long that sand Batman took to make.

For those interested, you can download the shooting script for The Dark Knight Rises.

10 Outlandish Dark Knight Rises Rumors That Didn’t Come True. You can expect to see spoilers littered throughout the article.

What would Nightwing have looked like in The Dark Knight Rises? There are some mild spoilers for the film.

The Dark Knight Reads: Fifteen Essential Batman Graphic Novels

Elvira’s Movie Macabre: 16-Episode Collection is Coming to DVD in the '24 Hour Movie Marathon' Set.

Terrible favorites from childhood.

Irreconcilable Differences: Marvel Marriages Gone Wrong.

Joining The Deadpool D-List.

Jennifer Ehle joins Robocop.

Literally The Worst Word On The Planet.

The 6 Most Terrifying Things That Literally Came Out Of TV Screens.

Chris McCoy has been hired to rewrite the Guardians of the Galaxy script.

The Full Length Trailer For Merlin Series 5.

Grumpy Old Fan: The place is the thing.

The Last of Marvel’s Hardcover Liquidation.

Thought Bubble #3: Whither Genre Comics?

Have Severed Robot Head, Will Travel: 5 Ways A Prometheus Sequel Could Work.

Nerdy Oakleaf Cakes.

Australian Billionaire Rumored To Be Creating A Real Jurassic Park.

Neil Gaiman Announces New Book On Twitter.

Infographic: Which 90’s Nickelodeon Character Are You?

The Cinefiles—Cronenberg, Part 3.

Cocktails With Stan Lee, Episode 13: Adam Baldwin.

Firestorm Coming To The CW’s Arrow?

Superhero Squirrels.

The Library of Congress welcomes our new galactic overlords.

Comic Book Legends Revealed #378.

2012 London Olympics: Parade of Fictional Nationals.

Ten essential MST3K episodes.

10 Greatest Unintentionally Hilarious Lines From Science Fiction And Fantasy.

Bad Movie Fiends Podcast, Episode 136: Drive (1997).

Retroist Podcast #118: Rambo: First Blood.
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San Diego Comic Con, Tragedy, and the Family of Fans: A Handful of Thoughts. Warner Bros. Will Donate Portion of Dark Knight Rises Proceeds To Aurora Shooting Victims.

DC Comics Postpones Batman Incorporated #3 For A Month Over ‘Content That May Be Perceived As Insensitive.’

The Dark Knight Rises Opens To $249 Million Worldwide.

The Dark Knight Rises: bringing Batman full circle. As this article discusses all three films in their entirety, there are massive spoilers.

Christopher Nolan’s goodbye to the Batman franchise, as can be read in the foreword to The Art and Making of The Dark Knight Trilogy.

Warning: Serious Rootkit Virus Spreading In LJ Comments. I’ve been getting a lot of those in long-unused RPG related journals, as well as ancient posts in a few dead LJ groups. I just report the bot, and never click.

CCI: Fringe Stars And Producer Thank Fans In Their Final Panel.

Official: Jena Malone Is Johanna Mason In The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

The Hobbit Production Video #8.

Second Look At Anthony Hopkins In Character As Hitchcock.

Nerdist Specials On BBC America This Saturday.

Watch a 60 Second TV Spot From The Possession.

From Cracked: The Horrible Truth Batman’s ‘Secret’ Identity. Have the sound turned up to catch the little “Wheeee!” from Bruce in the background. Don’t read the comments until you’ve see The Dark Knight Rises, due to a short rant about the film.

Blakes 7 Reboot On The Cards.

Spider-Man’s Amazingly Bizarre Media History, Part 2.

Watch the full length trailer for Man of Steel, so far only spotted at Comic Con. It could be removed any minute by an annoyed Warner Bros., so watch while you can.

Stan Lee’s Rants: Gwen Stacy vs. Mary Jane.

Dark Horse’s Scott Allie talks Buffy books, possible Firefly comics.

First look at Japanese Dark Shadows Blu-Ray set.

Laurence Fishburne To Become Agent In Hannibal Series.

Total Recall Action Featurette.

An interview with Dave Sim.

An interview with Grant Morrison. The biggest news would be that he reveals his time on Action Comics comes to an end with issue #13, and his departure from Batman Incorporated with issue #12.

Sir Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter Interviewed.

Superheroes With Top Hats.

Anthropology Panel At ReaderCon.

7 Great Morally Dubious Characters of Sci Fi TV.

10 Civilizations That Disappeared Under Mysterious Circumstances.

How do you feel about retcons in comics?

Cast photos for season 2 of Grimm.

New batch of set photos for Once Upon A Time.

The Blu-Ray For The Raven Is Loaded With Features.

The Ten Sweetest Moments Of Comic Con 2012.

Elvira For President.

New Images of Gemma Arterton, Saoirse Ronan In Byzantium.

We Hate Movies Podcast, Episode 68: Reign of Fire (2002)

Two True Freaks Podcast, Episode 274: Something Wicked This Way Comes Commentary

Now Playing Podcast: The Dark Knight Rises (2012). In the first few minutes, they mention that the podcast is dedicated to the victims in Aurora. The editor of the podcast’s fiance’s friend was killed in the theater.
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Richard Zanuck passed away on Friday, following a heart attack, at the age of 77. May he rest in peace. He produced dozens of movies, including the recently released Dark Shadows, Jaws, Alice In Wonderland, Cocoon, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.

Sage Stallone passed away at the age of 36. May he rest in peace. His father was told immediately after the Expendables panel at Comic Con—condolences to his family.

One of the most recent Livejournal releases managed to break the syndicated feeds. While this post says feeds are updating again, they are not. Several comments confirm that it isn’t just me.

US ‘Six Strikes’ Anti-Piracy Scheme Will Roll Out Gradually.

Rapidshare Liable For Copyright Infringement.

Comic Book Legends Revealed #375.

LeBeouf Out, Radcliffe In For Horns Adaptation.

Terry Moore To Return To Strangers In Paradise In 2013.

AfterElton interviews Jane Espenson and Brad Bell on Husbands, season 2.

A recap of the Community panel at Comic Con.

New Ghostbusters Prop Ecto Goggles Announced At Comic Con. Courtroom Ray Stantz with Tony Scoleri.

Recovered 1927 Metropolis Film Program Goes Behind The Scenes of a Sci-Fi Masterpiece.

Stan Lee Talks World of Heroes And His Movie Cameos.

Solomon Kane is finally coming out…and there’s a trailer.

6 First Look Pictures From Oz The Great And Powerful.

Comic Con Cosplay: Mister Mxyzptlk.

Best Comic Con Cosplay Gallery Ever—Thursday. The Deadman costume is my favorite.

66 costumed Comic Con fans that have to be seen to be believed. The same guy dressed as Deadman makes an appearance.

Comic Con: Eddie McClintock talks Warehouse 13.

Greystone Park Coming To VOD, DVD—from son of Oliver Stone.

Kieron Gillen Launches A Podcast.

Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog To Air On The CW.

Game of Thrones: Diana Rigg and 13 others join the cast of season 3.

China White To Appear In Arrow.

Dimestore Dames would like to hear from fans of Catwoman.

The Walking Dead returns October 14th.

Booster Gold TV Show Still On Track.

New VOD title from Rifftrax: Bloody Pit of Horror.

Weekend Discussion Thread: Musical Covers.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Natasha Calis Talk The Possession.

Comic Con 2012: Notes From The Firefly Press Conference. Firefly cast and Joss reunite 10 years later—live blog. Watch the panel in its entirety here. The Shiniest Moments From A Closed Door Q&A With The Cast of Firefly.

Interview: Cast and Crew on The CW’s Cult at SDCC.

Comic Con Interview: Atticus Shaffer of Frankenweenie.

Alexis Denisof reveals his role in The Avengers.

How Prematurely Axed TV Series Should Have Ended, According To Their Creators.

Jessica Biel Might Play Viper In The Wolverine. I’ve seen various reports ranging from offered, to cast, to only a rumor. So we’ll see.

Chris Claremont: Dead Should Mean Dead: X-Men mastermind talks the Phoenix and the flame.

The 2012 Eisner Award Winners.

Justice League and Green Lantern Panel.

Nikita Cast Previews Season 3.

Lionsgate TV Taking A Trip To Zenescope’s Wonderland.

Jack Kirby once designed costumes for a college Shakespeare play.

Retroist Podcast, Episode 116: The Golden Girls.

Pulp Nightmare Podcast: Friday the 13th Commentary.

Now Playing Podcast: Batman Begins (2005)

Movie Issues Podcast: Batman And Robin (1997)

Bad Movie Fiends Podcast #133: Showdown In Little Tokyo (1991)

For those that are interested, and have access to the channel: From 3 PM-7PM CST, G4 will be having Comic Con Live.


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