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    April Comics

    Batgirl #20: Steph wins the first round with her new nemesis, The Order of the Scythe; and, thankfully, it was not a SUV, but a boxily (“boxily”?) drawn compact.B.P.R.D.: The Dead Remembered #1:...

    Sometimes You Just Know What You Want

    This show went a little off script when a little girl decided she liked red more than blue or green.

    Originally Pubished at: David Bird

    The Bears Of Idun

    This is a short story I wrote last year.

    World At Large: Kids These Days!

    I overheard someone complaining about the behaviour of teens.

    Donald On Marriage

    Originally Pubished at: David Bird

    Testing... Testing... Is this thing on?

    So I'm testing out the new blog template.

    Hellboy Volume 7: The Troll Witch and Others (October 2007)

    Volume seven is a real boon to Hellboy fans, because it collects together a half dozen stories published outside the comic’s normal run.

    Yes, People Are Strange

    Originally Pubished at: David Bird

    Brendan Mccarthy On Hipsterism

    These days Hipsterism is a totally safe position, it's just a commodified critique designed to bestow a neutered cultural superiority on some "ironic" smart-asses.

    Simon Pegg And Nick Frost As C-3P0 and R2-D2

    See more funny videos and funny pictures at CollegeHumor.

    Originally Pubished at: David Bird

    The Real Heroes Of The Japanese Quake

    Of course, there are many, many heroes, but these 50 guys are the top of my list.

    B.P.R.D. Volume 6: The Universal Machine (January 2007)

    Its been more than a month since I posted the last volume.

    World At Large: 2011: The Arab 1848

    The power of ideas is a cliché we have all grown accustom to, but rarely has the reality been more evident than in the last two months.