Pop Culture Roundup Sept. 27, 2007

Deal alert: Amazon is having a Book Blowout Sale, with discounts of up to 80 percent on titles, including comics collections.


The Sex Pistols have re-recorded "Anarchy in the U.K." for use in a "Guitar Hero" video game.

It marks the first time members John Lydon, guitarist Steve Jones and drummer Paul Cook have been together in a studio since the late 1970s, reports Billboard.

The recording session took place at Air Studios, London, with producer Chris Thomas.


Newsarama has pictures from this week's episode of the "Legion of Superheroes" 'toon.


Here are a couple of pics from the "Spectacular Spider-Man" series, which will debut next spring on Kids WB.

Best Spider-Man Sites.


James Marsters will make a return visit to "Smallville" as Brainiac.


Martin Scorsese will direct a documentary film about George Harrison.

The Harrison movie will cover his time in the Fab Four, when he composed such memorable tunes as "Something" and "Here Comes the Sun," his inconsistent solo career, his foray into movie production with such projects as "Monty Python's Life of Brian," and his enthusiastic embrace of Eastern mysticism, Daily Variety said.

Best Beatles Sites.


Two episodes of "Doctor Who" spinoff "The Sarah Jane Adventures" are available on YouTube.

Best Doctor Who Sites.


Another "Doctor Who" spinoff "K9 and Company" is set for release on DVD next year.