Emily (foresthouse) wrote,

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Stuff'n'Nonsense: Chuck, Peeps Show, Reilly Brown, and Arrested Development

So I wasn't aware of this, but library_of_sex has alerted me that Chuck is in danger of not being renewed. This would be a TRAGIC shame, BECAUSE IT IS AWESOME, but if you follow the link here she has some suggestions of easy things one can do to let the studio know we want more Chuck. GO. DO. YESSSS.

Via Cleo's Twitter, the Washington Post's Peeps Show III. I love this contest. It always makes me laugh (although this year a lot of them seemed rather dark, actually). My favorites this year were #5, 11, 12, 14, 18, 24, 30, 38, and 40. Hee!

My friend Ben, who runs The Deadpool Bugle, just commented that hey, Reilly Brown (Cable & Deadpool artist, among other things) has a DeviantArt page. I actually knew this, but have now realized I don't think I ever mentioned it here. So, there it is! It includes some cool Deadpool art. Go! See!

Also, Ed McGuinness posted a Deadpool new cover recently, The Deadpool Bugle reports, and it looks like it may be for a new series, but it's not clear. I wonder if this is the same one I heard about, or something else. Hrm.

I've finally gotten to check out Arrested Development after myriad suggestions from friends (yes, yes, I know: where was I when it needed fan support? Um, not watching it yet, Sorry) and it is, as I was told, a fantastic show. Also, did you know there's a movie in the works? Cool! Maybe it will be out around the time I get caught up with the show. Hee.

And I swear I had more links, but now I can't remember what they were. Oh well.
Tags: arrested development, art, cable & deadpool, chuck, comics, deadpool, ed mcguinness, linkspam, reilly brown, tv, washington post

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