In today's edition, three different posts from Strange Horizons.
* Raz Greenberg offers an appraisal of Steven Spielberg's now obscure early work in the area of genre television.
* Matthew Jackson considers the recent twenty-fifth anniversary of Frank Miller's classic take on the Batman franchise, The Dark Knight Returns.
* At the site's blog, Strange Horizons' editor-in-chief Niall Harrison offers his thoughts on Paul Kincaid's review of three anthologies of "year's best" work in the L.A. Review of Books earlier this month. (I did say that it was getting a lot of attention, didn't I?)
New and Noteworthy (Ian Sales and the Hugos, SHIELD TV series, "Geeks" on Big Bang)
Paul Kincaid and Last Year's Best
New in Print . . . (The Many Lives and Deaths of James Bond)
New and Noteworthy (Indie Publishing, A Call for More Dirk Pitt Movies, Rules for Cinematic Blockbusters)
New and Noteworthy (Underwire, McCalmont, Upcoming Movies)
The Cancellation of Terra Nova