- DC Women Kicking Ass has an interview with Batwoman’s new writer Marc Andreyko, who came onboard after the abrupt departure of J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman.
- Neil Gaiman has confirmed that the American Gods TV show is no longer in development… at HBO. But it’s still happening. Said Gaiman in a Reddit AMA: “The moment that things are ready to be announced I am sure they will be, either legitimately or via a leak in a big Hollywood Agency mailroom.” (Tor.com)
We don’t really cover Eastbound & Down, but Alexander Skarsgård had a wordless cameo in the series finale, and… well, we just needed to show you his hair. (The Playlist)
- The University of Calgary is conducting a survey on the quality of employment in the comics industry; if you’re a creator who’s contributed to an English-language comic released to the public within the last three years, take a few minutes to fill it out.
- Fox Meadows responds to common (and commonly sexist) arguments against YA fiction in an excellent essay over on her blog. And there’s even a Mainstream YA Article Bingo board!
Writes artist Jason McKittrick: “This cyclopean adornment depicts Great Cthulhu squeezing his massive tentacled form through the hieroglyphic covered door of his ancient stone tomb in R’lyeh and will add the necessary touch of madness to your holiday tree.” It’s only for sale until November 24th (this Sunday), so if last year’s Christmas tree was missing that tough of madness you should probably go buy it now. (Boing Boing)