Pop Culture Roundup April 23, 2007

Dial B for Burbank profiles "Doc Savage" cover artists James Bama.

More Doc Savage.


An audiobook version of DC Comics' "Infinite Crisis" storyline is in the works.


From PCL LinkDump: Great performance clips from the Pete Seeger-hosted roots music show "Rainbow Quest," including Elizabeth Cotton performing "Freight Train," Seeger, Doc Watson and others singing "Careless Love," Donovan and Shawn Phillips singing "Guinevere," and a buncha Johnny Cash.


Yoko Ono and Keith Richards are expected to testify on behalf of Phil Spector in the record producer's murder trial.


Monsters and Critics profiles Asterix co-creator Alberto Underzo.

"As long as I don't have a foot in the grave I keep going. Asterix and Obelix are a part of my life. They are my children and feed me well."

Uderzo, who turns 80 on April 25, already has an idea for his next volume.