Things We Saw Today: Agent Coulson Appreciation, The Wire as an RPG, and More!
Things We Saw Today
- And you thought your breakups were bad. The Frisky has a story of a woman’s ex-con ex-boyfriend breaking back into her house and secretly living in her attic. Get ready to call someone about those crawl spaces…(via The Frisky)
- Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore’s independent graphic novel project Leaving Megalopolis is in the final stretch of its Kickstarter, having far exceeded the original goal. Congrats, guys! Check out their page for the madcap 150k incentive that I know we all want to see. (Kickstarter page here)
We like The Wire. And by “like”, we mean “are overly emotionally involved in and obsessed with”. We also like video games. Sooo….what if The Wire were an old-school RPG? (Warning, may contain some spoilers.) (via GeeksAreSexy)
- Hijinks Ensue has a new comic about the state of pitching geeky media (and media in general) in Hollywood. We’re inclined to agree. (via. Hijinks Ensue)
- Comic Book Resources unmasks some of the main players from 2004-05’s Identity Crisis run. See if you spotted these. (via Comic Book Resources)
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