Comic Con 2011 begins today in San Diego, as if every nerd were not already painfully (or joyfully, if attending) aware. Laser Orgy is here to rub salt into the wound by reminding our readers and ourselves of all the amazing things we are missing.
And now for another page-turning addition to the ever expanding Laser Orgy Database of Comic Books About Political Pundits and Other Influential Media Figures - LODCBAPPOIMF for short (see, it's funny because that's not short at all). In this installment: Maureen Dowd and Female Force: Women in Media.
When we first caught wind of the soon to be
premiered pop-culture monstrosity that is Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark (a.k.a. Wherein U2 Scores an
Undeservedly Epic Musical Theater Adaptation of A Comic Book Franchise
That America Might Not Be Tired of Just Yet), we were, well,
intrigued. But now, we're just downright worried.
know what's missing from your comic book collection? A biographical
account of the rip-roarin', Boss Hogg foilin' younger years of
everybody's favorite bag of hot air (and former Phoenix contributor),
Bill O'Reilly. Well, thanks to writer Jerome Maida (comic-chronicler of
such cuddly characters as Mark Zuckerberg and Al Franken) and artist
Aleksandar Bozic, that empty spot on your shelf will no longer remain
President Obama will be in Boston this Saturday as part of the final campaign push for Governor Deval Patrick. The event will be at the Hynes Convention Center. Also at the Hynes Convention Center this weekend: Wizard World New England Comic Con.
Anyone else thinking what we're thinking?
President Obama is a celebrated comic-book nerd - he's even appeared in comics
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