Bumper edition for this Christian sabbath, little eye-using folk, starting with the Comics Panel at The AV Club which reviews the new Walking Dead volume.
On the theme, The Best American Comics 2007 is shown some love on PopMatters.
Stylus lists its top ten favourite on-screen comedy twos.
New Steve Carell-starring vehicle, Dan In Real Life, is given the once over on Salon.
While it is disturbing that Saw could see not only the upcoming volume four, but may also have two more to go beyond that, this, from Slate, is possibly worse.
It is lovely, always to read news about Adam Brody. And here some is, courtesy of PopSugar.
It’s chocolate day, and what better way to celebrate than make these.
This, well, this is just a little bit odd.
Paste reviews reissues of the greatly eccentric Robyn Hitchcock. If only one, purchase I Often Dream Of Trains.
Check out this mixtape from Natalie Portman, done for
charidee. All done especially for you. Promise.
Also check out this utterly bonkers trailer for Anthony Hopkins new movie. Hmmm….
John Patterson waxes sorrowful on interviews being nothing like Interview. I’m assuming he means Steve Buscemi being present?
The Independent profiles supremely underrated folkster Fionn Regan.
According to Time, it’s about to get heavy up in here! Barack vs Hillary! You wanna ring the bell, Apollo?
Shakey’s back again, and Jon Pareles talks to him in The New York Times about Chrome Dreams II.
You should check this out too, even though I’m pretty sure that Entertainment Weekly readers won’t have found space for Chuck Norris.
This is what we did last night. RATED!