Last night before signing off from the blogosphere I promised myself I wouldn't get on Twitter for fear of spoiling "Lost's" Season Six premiere. Long story short, it didn't work out that way. Fortunately, instead of running into any actual spoilers, I ran into "Nedroid Picture Diary" creator Anthony
I'm not a fortune teller, a psychic or a time displaced soldier from a possible future, but I've got a healthy supposition that a lot of you will be catching the "Lost" Season 6 season premiere tonight
Food: I'd like to think that on Krypton, everybody owns this lunchbox.
Comics: Bryan Lee O'Malley shows off an unused cover for "Scott Pilgrim Gets It Together," the fourth volume in his Oni Press series of books.
Process: Tommy Lee Edwards runs down his process in constructing the cov
Since the creators of "Lost," Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, are always being accused of making the show up as they go along, they decided it was time to prove they had the last page of the show written.
So at this year'
The "Y: The Last Man" and "Ex Machina" creator rose to prominence through comics, joined up with the writing staff
"Heroes" fans (a rare breed these days) were dealt another blow after a season of gut-punches when ace show writer/producer (and "Pushing Daisies" creator) Bryan Fuller announced he would not be returning next season. Fuller has been responsible for some of the show's finest moments (he penned the sea
My friends tell me I'm the worst person to watch LOST with. Apparently I'm too cynical, though I think with good reason. For one thing, the plot has gone too far and too wide for me to care any more about the mysteries of the island. And for another, the big "suprises" they throw at us every once in