Monkeypox and other developments

* “Sir, as police officers, we’re concerned about your well-being. Now come with us to the hospital or we’ll taze you.” Sadly, not a joke.

* Swine flu? Where have you been? The cool kids are all worried about monkeypox now.

Five hundred people collapsed one morning in a crowded field, and nobody knows why.

* I’m interviewed about BLOOD OATH by Cheryl Nason here, and by John Raab here. Also, if you’ve read the book, why not buy the T-shirt?

* My pals Borys Kit and James Hibberd have the scoop on the long-anticipated adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman.

Woman moans about her car, totalled by a man falling 400 feet in a suicide attempt. Lady, you do realize the reporter was writing down what you said, right?

* What, again?

2 thoughts on “Monkeypox and other developments

  1. Armand I. says:

    Sandman is such an elegant and beautiful comic (and did so well taking advantage of the medium) that it’s hard to imagine it working as a TV show. Plus the artwork was so strangely cartoony – can you imagine Gaiman’s portrait of hell standing up in CGI?

    • I have to admit a huge flaw in my geek armor. With the exception of a few single issues here and there, I never got into Sandman. Sad but true.

      I know, I know, I have to remedy that.

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