Kids won’t go to bed when you tell them? Spouse refuses to put his or her dirty socks in the hamper? Boss won’t pony up with that pay rise you’ve more than earned? Starbucks barista too slow?
Worry no more! With the soon-to-be released Darth Vader voice modulator you’ll have those annoying humans around you jumping to your command in no time.
Get my mocha or die!
Time to prepare your husband, Kelly. KITT is now on the auction block.
Of course, if KITT doesn’t interest you, maybe the Ten Commandments tablets that Charlton Heston carried?
An overview of Joss Whedon’s Serenity presentation at Comic-Con. Whedon also said that he’s looking into a comic adaption of the movie. See pics and download mp3s (!!) from the panel discussion with the cast at fireflyfans.net.
Also, don’t forget that Astonishing X-Men #3 comes out tomorrow.
In the midst of all the Comic Con Star Wars excitement, I forgot that the LOTR folks screened a preview of the Return of the King extended DVD there. Theonering.net has the scoop and some pictures.
IGN covers the Comic Con DVD preview. Aside from the Classic Trilogy, the Ewoks, Droids, and Clone Wars cartoons are being released.
The BBC has a list of 25 reasons why Star Wars is great. It’s a tad British (Who is the Green Cross Code Man?) but still quite funny.
Plus, can’t say I can argue with a site that puts Han Solo at #1.
USA Today has an article about Comic Con. Highlight is a quote regarding the Revenge of the Sith announcement:
“It’s certainly an improvement over the first two,” says Ken Simmons, 31, of Tampa. He spent most of the weekend dressed as a storm trooper character from the films. “I just hope no one confuses it with Revenge of the Nerds.”
Author JK Rowling has announced that she is expecting her third child next year.
Of course, none of the Harry Potter book fans are concerned about her actual health or that of her baby. We just want to be sure it won’t delay the next book!
Given all the excitement over happenings at Comic-Con, it’s no wonder that we missed the new Dreamwatch issue #119 which features “The Ten Women who Shoock Sci Fi.”
Leia made it in at number 9. Just above Lt. Uhura.
Lucasfilm introduced the title of Episode III at Comic-Con today. I don’t think there’s a soul in the fandom who’ll be surprised by their choice.