Wednesday, January 15, 2003
According to today's entry on Neil Gaiman's journal, A&E Home Video are going to release his BBC TV series Neverwhere on DVD this summer. I've seen a really poor video of this series, and while it's nowhere near as good as the book (which reads like the show is an adaptation of it, rather than the other way around), it's still worth seeing. So I'm all excited. This in June, Alias in September (hopefully)... Now if only someone would do the existing episodes of Firefly...
Posted by Penelopecat at 7:47 AM
The Internet was originally created so that academics could exchange information. It was developed by the Department of Defense so that a communications network could survive if conventional communications were taken out in a war. But I prefer to see it used for inspired lunacy like 2000 AD, starring future lawman Judge Dredd, (a much better comic than the lousy movie adaptation starring Sylvester Stallone would indicate). Right now, the strip is featuring Dredd versus the Aliens of the popular movie series, and part of the result is one of the best Gruddamned comic book covers ever!
Posted by Penelopecat at 7:05 AM