G.P.O.Y. Wednesday and Every Day
Since I woke up at 3:30 AM and never fell back asleep, this is pretty much exactly my morning.
NYT: You said of your very short marriage to Fred Armisen, “He’s so great at doing impersonations, but the greatest impersonation he does is that of a normal person.” I read that and thought, Wow, that’s rough.
ELISABETH MOSS: Thank you.
I don’t normally boost the signal of clickbait like this, but both this puppy and Tom Hardy are ABSOLUTELY PERFECT, so just leave me alone and let me have my Feelings.
Not only is it Valentine’s Day, but today marks the start of my ninth year at DC Comics. I had to turn in my original building ID a while back, but made sure to take a snapshot for prosperity. My hairline’s receded, my stress levels have spiked, and the logo’s changed a few times, but I’ve worked with some truly amazing folks and made some books I’m truly proud of. Also, I still have that jacket.
Kate Beaton did a comic about Janet Jackson’s “Nasty” ALL THE THINGS I LOVE ARE SLAMMING INTO EACH OTHER AND HAVING EACH OTHER’S BABIES
It’s not too late to go home, folks. (via the 30 Rock Twitter feed)
It took four and a half episodes to get me to cry. How does this score compare to everyone else’s? Big softie? Hard-hearted? Right on trend line?
Meet the new writer of Swamp Thing: 27/Strange Attractors creator Charles Soule! (via @io9, @chariejane)
I’m kind of all about this cover concept. I’d have personally approached the same concept in a different way, but this post is remarkably generous with their thoughts on why they took this tack. Very cool. (And yes, it’s better than the REALITY cover.) (via Pitchfork)