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February 7, 2007

Law & Order: Episode 384

Filed under: Ramblings,Video,Weblinks — M Kitchen @ 11:38 am

First let me state that I do not like Ann Coulter.

Last Friday’s Law & Order was an interesting one.
Interesting in that the target of the homicide was loosely based on the aforementioned political commentator, and even more interesting in that I happened to agree with just about everything she said.

And let me repeat: I do not like Ann Coulter.

Now I’m not sure if the writers were just too liberal, and thought that the opinions they were writing were honestly vile and evil, or if the writers were simply trying to accurately express a conservative point of view. Prehaps actress Charlotte Ross was just too charming in her role as political commentator Judith Barlow. Perhaps her dialog was just too intelligent. However the net result was; I found myself nodding in agreement with the Judith Barlow character while every other character in the show would respond with shock and outrage to her comments.

Some memorable quotes:

Female Student: Bitch!
Judith Barlow: Which brings us to the feminist problem.

Judith Barlow: I’ve got a ten-year-old niece who can’t even tell you who the vice president is, but she can sure as hell put a condom on a banana in two seconds flat.

Judith Barlow: I mean, Give a liberal a gun, he’ll shoot himself.
Lt. Anita Van Buren: There’s a reason for gun control.
Judith Barlow: I thought we’d at least get a Cheney joke.

Judith Barlow: The left’s been castrated by the church of Phil Donahue, they don’t carry weapons, hell, they won’t even play dodgeball for God’s sake.

Watch some clips:





February 5, 2007

100 Variant Covers

Filed under: Other — M Kitchen @ 4:01 pm

Variant Covers are back with a vengeance.

The Hero Initiative, and Marvel Comics have teamed up with 80 of the industry’s “top talent” to create 100 one-of-a-kind variant covers for Ultimate Spider-Man #100.

CBR states: Proceeds from the auctions will benefit the Hero Initiative’s efforts to “provide a financial safety net for yesterdays creators who may need emergency medical aid, financial support for essentials of life and an avenue back into paying work.”

Among the artist participating are Jae Lee, John Romita, Sergio Aragones, Matt Wagner, Neil Gaiman, Frank Cho, and Todd McFarlane (plus many more).

Check out Newsarama, and Comic Book Resources for more info.

February 4, 2007

Self Publishing Marathon

Filed under: Comics — M Kitchen @ 1:12 pm

This comic was inspired by a letter written to Dave Sim.
It was mostly drawn in the US Embassy.
The rest was finished on the GO Train, and then digitized in my basement.

Based on a true story.

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