Marc Brown's happen'n aardvark with the reggae-tinged theme song has met his share of anthropomorphic animalized guest celebrities over the years, but Neil Gaiman may be the first one comic book fans intentionally tune in for
In a story that could also appeared under the headline, "Judge Compares Slutty Angels for Acclaimed Novelist," Neil Gaiman has returned to court over a copyright dispute with Todd McFarlane regarding characters he created for the "Spawn" series nearly two decades ago
Or maybe the choice isn't quite so simple.
Neil Gaiman recently gave a four hour talk at a Minnesota library. He was paid $45,000. Given that the current economy is a zombie -- brutally slain, raised up again through questionable forces, and likely to go for someone's throat - when the story made headlines, it ruffled a few feathers.
There's a long, long history of "xkcd" fans reenacting the webcomic, but rarely by such high profile nerdlebrities as Neil Gaiman, Wil Wheaton, and Cory Doctorow, not to mention "Lawrence Lessig, Bruce Schneier, Jason Kottke, Google Zurich, Hank Green, MC Frontalot, Patrick & Teresa Nielsen Hayden, Mr. Toast, Miss Cellania, Team Genius, Phil Plait, Allan Amato, Maddy
While a lot of announcements trickling forth from San Diego raised my eyebrow, only one really had the juice to elicit a "Twilight"-esque squeal of glee, like an actor off-camera had playfully poked at my doughy white tummy: the long-overdue return of "Miracl
Amanda Palmer, the rock/cabaret songstress formerly of the Dresden Dolls, gave an impromptu concert in a Portland park last night -- one of several announced solely via Twitter -- where she played songs on the ukulele and read aloud from her new book "Who Killed Amanda Palmer," where pictures of her as a corpse are paired with stories by comics leg