Things We Saw Today: Crafty His Dark Materials Fan Turns a Pocket Watch Into An Alethiometer
Things We Saw Today
- Via The Frisky, Governor Chris Christie is apparently set to sign a bill that will turn New Jersey into the second state to ban “gay conversion therapy.”
- Gizmodo tells us how University of Iowa librarian Colleen Theisen came to decipher the content of a book that no one at U of I had ever been able to read… because it measures a mere 0.138 inches square and 0.04 inches thick. Let’s give it up for librarians, shall we?
I make a habit of collecting really ridiculous promo photos (hey, we all have our hobbies), and this new one of Paul Giamatti in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is a beaut. Head to SuperHeroHype for less amusing pics, the last of which may be considered a bit spoilery.
- On Tuesday, September 3rd MIT Women’s and Gender Studies Program and Student Activities Office is hosting a screening of Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines. It’ll be accompanied by a photo shoot where you can dress up like the heroine herself, geting your pic snapped and scoring some free swag in the process. More info is over yonder.
- MTV Geek! has an interview with cartoonist Jen Vaughn, creator of the comic Avery Fatbottom, Renaissance Fair Detective, and if that’s not one of the best titles you’ve heard then I just don’t know.
Mondo has given us yet another amazing poster, this one of the Queen from Aliens by Jason Edmiston. (io9)