Monday, January 23, 2006
Saturday, January 21, 2006
Check out The Return of the Puppet Masters, an article that describes how cat owners are infected with Toxoplasma, a parasite that affects the brain and alters their personalities.
Seriously, this explains the bizarre behavior of half the women I've ever known.
Saturday, January 14, 2006
White Stripes to appear in The Simpsons
Meg White's long-held wish comes true
The White Stripes are set to guest star in The Simpsons.
Duo Jack and Meg White will provided their voices and appear in an episode in the new season of the long-running cartoon.
Appearing alongside Homer, Bart and co has been a long-held desire of drummer Meg White.
"A guest appearance would be amazing," Meg said in March 2003, adding, "I wouldn't want to be in a Lisa episode. They're kind of boring. Maybe a Homer one would be better."
The band will join the likes of New Journalism pioneer and author Tom Wolfe and 24 star Kiefer Sutherland, who are also set to feature in the forthcoming season, Hollywood.com reports.
Tuesday, January 03, 2006
Sunday, January 01, 2006
Simpsons Comics #116
by Dixon & Costanza
Homer's dream comes true when the Simpsons find themselves living in the middle of Springfield's newest mall. But the reality of taking up residence in the consumer-driven, commercialism-laden mecca soon becomes a living nightmare for Lisa, who is determined to beat the land developers at their own game.
Futurama Comics #24
by Boothby, Lloyd, & Kazaleh
In the tradition of Futurama's annual "Anthology of Interest" episodes, Bongo Comics presents an issue of inquisitive inquiries and questionable queries that will boggle the mind when Professor Farnsworth's What If Machine reveals the alternate pasts, presents, and futures of the Planet Express crew. Witness the Santa Robot's reign of terror when we dare answer the question "What if it was X-mas every day?" Then Fry poses the question, "What if my life were more like a sit-com?"
by Rogers & Ho
Get the 411 on the good people of Springfield, as you become privy to the phone conversations, the wrong numbers, the latest gossip, and the bad connections of everyone in town. Wish for the ish with all the dish (if you get our gist)! 32 pages, $2.99
by Matt Groening & Various
The Simpsons are slammin' with the newest mama-jama of fabulous funnies! It's a wham-bam thank you ma'am of hilarity; a hommina-hommina-hommina of humor! First, Marge takes to the bench and dispenses justice with a firm hand... and a plateful of fudge, in "Judge Marge!" Then, the Simpsons win an all-expenses-paid trip to Bosqueverde, a remote Latin American country, only to find themselves in the middle of a military coup in "¡Viva Bart!" And when Homer captains a "Love Boat" of adventure and romance, his passengers will soon be "Cruisin' for a Bruisin'." Add in a "turn of the century" fair, Malibu Stacey, 10,000 packets of irradiated seeds, a very bad case of hayfever, Hank Scorpio, one prodigal son, Doctor Colossus, an epic search for kitchen curtains, and a masked brigade of vengeance seeking shopkeepers, and you've got one gut-bustin', side-splitting, spine-bursting, page-turning collection of Simp-sational comedy! ($14.95)