Don't Stop Remembering
One more, since folks seem to A) still be in on this and 2) be in on this more than once. And because I so love the Ultraverse.
From the "Things You Say When You're Part of a Secret Government Organization Engaged in a Mission to Destroy a Satellite Run By Kobra Which Will Scramble Brains and Queer Delicate Electronic Devices All Over the World" department:
(A panel from the fine Suicide Squad series, issue 30, by John Ostrander and Kim Yale, art by John K. Snyder III and Karl Kesel.)
I spend way too much time reading entertainment news considering the disdain I have for most celebrities. In my travels the last few days I've seen a lot about the foofarah over NBC's new show The Book of Daniel, in particular a bunch of Christian-types who have their pious panties in a twist over the appearance of Big J. the C. and what they assume from the commercials to be a disrepectful view of their religion. Also fun are the two stations -- including one in my own bass-ackwards land of Indiana, home of The Jacksons and John Dillinger -- refusing to air the show for similar reasons. Anyhow, in today's TV Column at the Washington Post (registration required) I found the following tidbit:
"The limited series stars Aidan Quinn as the Rev. Daniel Webster, whose oldest son is gay and struggling with the loss of his twin brother; whose teenage daughter is selling pot to finance her manga obsession; whose teenage adopted son is something of a skirt chaser; and whose wife is coping with the loss of her child with the help of lunchtime martinis."
I'll be tuning in after all.