Twilight Creations is a company with a seemingly singular obsession with Zombies. I own quite a few of their games and am especially fond of When Darkness Comes which combines Board game quickness with some Roleplaying elements.
Steve Meretzky has an article up on what we can learn from board games.
The article is reminiscent of some of the comments in Steven Johnson's Everything Bad is Good for You and John Derbyshire's surprised comments regarding Age of Empires. I love it when curmudgeons find value in "pop" things.
Variety's Tom McLean gets ready for New York Comic Con. He also points out that "Graphic Novels" are the most popular format in the medium.
I don't always like the use of the term "graphic novel" to describe collections of the periodicals. To me Blankets was a graphic novel, Identity Crisis (DC Comics) is a collection of periodicals (a "trade" if you will), so is Watchmen for that matter.
SciFiChick has a list of SciFI "One Hit Wonders."
I may not agree that all of these are wonders, but it is a good list of thirteen shows that never got past season one.
In Tanzania a Bat Demon is blamed for sexual assaults.
Can I really add anything to that? Go Zotzilaha!