There's Loki news and more to read in today's Link Ink.
A while back, I wrote about a Kickstarter for the Golden Age Bakery, a business in Chapel Hill built around making edible versions of classic Golden Age comics by printing them on cookies. I can think of no better cause.
In that article, I mentioned that I'd really like to see a set of cookies featuring
I read a lot of weird old comics for work, and every time I see one of those bizarre moments from the Golden Age, I think "the only way this panel could be better is if I could somehow eat it."
Parse through the surprisingly lengthy title of Clarkson/Potter Publishers' Dirt Candy: A Cookbook: Flavor-Forward Food from the Upstart New York City Vegetarian Restaurant and you'll likely come away with a few clues as to what you'll get from it. Vegetarian recipes. A certain
TV: Disney XD has revealed the short form series that will fill out its Marvel programming block starting April 1. Segments include "Master Class," which features Joe Quesada explaining how artists bring characters to life, and an exploration of theoretical IRL superhero tech called "What Would It Take?".
Art: Daniel Clowes comments on the changing shape of book stores on a new cover for The New Yorker.
Eats: Blastr has a list of sci-fi restaurants currently in operation. Sadly, none of them are in my neighborhood -- but the
There are very few things in this world that I love more than comic books and delicious food, so when I came across an article on Robot 6 about Foogos, a website where an advertising agent creates logos for his favorite things out of delicious foodstuffs, I knew it was going to be awesome.
No, that's not a double entendre. Unless you want it to be, in which case let me beat you to the punch and acknowledge the comedic value of the phrase "Wonder Woman lassoed the banana missile." This picture from the "Superheroes Super Healthy Cookbook," a DC comics themed recipe collection from the early 80s