Tuesday 10 November 2009

Columnize your Randomness: Small and handy version

Interviews with comic writers and artists - the youtube channel of "A Comicbook Orange", currently featuring an interview with Jane Espenson ("Buffy", "Buffy - Season 8", "BSG", "Caprica", "Warehouse 13") , the woman who must have at least two twins or some kind of superpower (stopping time, perhaps?).

By the way, new promo for "Caprica" which starts airing in January (blink and you'll miss James Marsters). I am still more psyched about the teenage drama than the Adama-Graystone-family-saga, and very hopeful that this isn't going to end in a religious mind-frack like "BSG".

Afer giving a shout-out to the itty-bitty part of Devin in "Friday Night Lights" (who was sadly absent from the second episode of the fourth season), the LA Times' Showtracker Blog also points out the awesomeness that is Jessica Capshaw's Arizona Robbins in "Grey's Anatomy". Sadly you have to dig through all the other storylines to get to her scenes.

PopMatters has a very interesting interview with John Darnielle (The Mountain Goats), also about how some people reacted upon finding out that the songs on his new record "The Life of the World to Come" were bible verses.

The Seattle Stranger praises Claire Denis' "35 Rhums" (the movie she finished previous to "White Material" which was featured in this year's Viennale), and writes about the urban family "in an disenchanted world".

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