(Whoops. A closer look reveals that this site is one of many promotional gimmicks for Mark Hammill's Comic Book: the Movie. If only real comic sites were this well-done...)
Also, go to the front page of Retrocrush and scroll down for evidence concerning the orient-ation and proclivities of a certain Dark Knight.
Newsarama reports that Michigan's county prosecutors have agreed not to enforce House Bill 4360, which would prohibit bookstores from displaying any materials (novels, comics, magazines, etc.) deemed to contain sexually explicit material.
From the Blogosphere: Coudal introduces us to The Basic Laws of Human Stupidity by Carlo M. Cipolla with illustrations by James Donnelly. An excellent read. I don't agree with some portions of it, as I view stupidity as a volitional choice (albeit a subconsious one).
I usually avoid the Letter Column at Sci Fi Weekly because it tends to skew towards the sad avenues of fandom where people pontificate on the primacy of Star Trek, still mourn the loss of Xena and Buffy, and efficiently justify the rest of the world's dim view of sociopathic SF fans. For example: a couple days ago Mervius at Fantastica Daily spotted a letter that claims all time travel stories are inherently homosexual in nature. Scroll down to find it. It's titled The Man in the Mirror Falls in Love.
Transhumanist site Better Humans has gotten a nifty facelift. George and Simon and company have turned BH into the single most news-intensive source for info on the science and philosophies that will shape the development of our species over the next century. You should visit them often, lest the future overwhelm you. (feel free to quote me, boys.)