Francene's feeling a little under the weather today (which is why you should send her a get well tweet), but she still forwarded me her links for today. So click on!
If you're an Office fan, you may already know who's going to replace Steve Carell. If not, click on through to iHeartChaos, they've got references.
Would you like to see some pictures of the Millennium Falcon? I never thought I'd say this, but I totally have a favorite Maritime company now. io9 has a picture of it docking in San Francisco next to some AT-ATs.
HBO has a spoilery Behind the Scenes look at Game of Thrones that will help explain to those of us who haven't read the 1000-page novels just what the heck is going on.
Artsy Farting time! There are a couple of shows opening this weekend in New York City, and I'm jealous of anyone that can go in person. First of all, there's Tara McPherson's new store, Cotton Candy Machine, and its opening night show, Tiny Trifecta, on Saturday in Brooklyn. (235 South 1st Street, show starts at 7pm.) It features work from Gary Baseman, Mike Mignola, and Jill Thompson, as well as 97 others.
Then there's Quentin Vs Coen show in Chelsea. It's at Bold Hype Gallery, and the opening was last night, but the show will be on display tonight and tomorrow during regular business hours. (547 W 27th St, 5th floor, 12pm - 5pm.)
Speaking of nothing of that, check out Vicky's custom wool egg shop. And buy me a couple.
Action Comics writer Paul Cornell is growing a beard during Lent to raise money for Shelter, a non-profit to help the homeless in the UK. If you guys can double his £1000 target, we'll send Paul Cornell his own giant battle spoon.
Don't forget to check out our race page, because you only have two weeks left to register for the team if you're going to walk with us. Team members get a free shirt and registered to win cool prizes. Or, you could just donate to our team and help out the Susan G. Komen Foundation! OR, you could buy your own shirt AND ALSO help out the Susan G. Komen Foundation. (We have sizes now in Small through 3XL!)
(Superhero Alphabet by Fabian Gonzalez, available for print here.)