Pop Culture Roundup Feb. 8, 2006

Via Bloggity-Blog-Blog-Blog: A recent newspaper interview with Paul Norris, creator of Aquaman.

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Via the Great Curve: The Incredible Hulk and his alter ego Dr. Bruce Banner work out this whole "Intelligent Design" issue.

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iTunes now has compilations of the BBC's classic "Goon Show" available for download. For the unitiated, the show featured Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe and a pre-movies Peter Sellers. The surreal comedy stories featured on the show were a huge influence not only on Monty Python but also the Beatles, whose goofy sensibility can be traced directly back to the Goons. You also can hear the "Goons" regularly via the Beeb's audio-on-demand site.

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Mike Sterling talks about these:



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Xtabay seems to have developed bongo mania.

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Dedicated follower of fashion: GQ catches up with Ray Davies.

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The Freddie Mercury action figure will rock you in late May:


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Cream is reuniting for more shows.

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Marvel Comics has podcast up featuring Joss Whedon talking about his upcoming, second stint on "Astonishing X-Men."

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