Sherlock has grown tired of your relentless breakage of the fourth wall, Deadpool! The world’s greatest detective (non-Batman division) doesn’t give a damn that you’re popular with fans, or that you keep Ryan Reynolds awake at night! Sherlock wants answers, and he wants them now! Artist Berlynn Wohl is correct: we didn’t know we needed this image till just now, and now that we have it, we don’t know how we’ve lived without it. (Life-altering image via Baker Street Babes.)
Morning Roundup brings you news about the state of the Doctor’s hair, an epic superhero documentary, and more Batmans than Gotham can possibly hold!
- Here’s a sentence we’re excited to type: read about the inspiring rise of Peter Dinklage! Tyrion 4-eva.
- Hayao Miyazaki explains his reasons for retirement, we’re assuming the first one is, “I wanted to make everyone in the world cry.” Well, OK, it’s probably, “I’d like to spend some time relaxing, now that I’ve created some of the greatest films mankind has ever seen.” Fiiiiine.
- You probably need a Benedict Cumberbatch Activity Book in your life.
- Heidi McDonald takes a look at the cultural diversity and context in indie comics.
- Matt Smith will have stunt hair in his final appearance as the Doctor!
- Art Spiegelman is honored in a new Drawn & Quarterly retrospective.
- Damon Lindelof, Alan Ball, and Vince Gilligan threaten the state of George R.R. Martin’s porch.
- We can only hope that Leo will gain 150 lbs and wear a giant muumuu. And hell, as long as we’re rebooting everything in sight, how about we get Jaye Davis on the phone?
- Check out former bouncer Vin Diesel’s interview with fellow former bouncer Craig Ferguson about formerly bouncing.
- The Guardian weighs in on the ongoing discussion about Diversity in SFF.
- Marvel hints at a female-led superhero film!
- Mark your calendars now: PBS is declaring October 15th “Superhero Night” and showing the full cut of the three-hour-long documentary, Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle.
- Batmorph, now with added Affleck!
- LEGO has premiered their first-ever female scientist! It may be a bit late, but there isn’t a single pink accessory in sight…
- And finally, rejoice in the greatest thing we’ve seen since the Star Trek version of Tik Tok: