I'm going to get around to posting a tribute to Danger Mouse, my favorite all-time cartoon, some day. Until then, DazTibbles from DeviantART has produced something almost as cool with some DM art for a conceptual movie poster. Love it! It's weird seeing Danger Mouse, Penfold, and Baron Greenback looking so... realistic. Those Frog's Head Flyers are totally badass, as is the Mark III. If any entertainment franchise is worthy of a relaunch it's Danger Mouse, but you just know some Hollywood fart-sniffer would find a way to ruin it. So maybe it's best left alone. For a larger version of this picture as well as more excellent DM art -- sadly, no Stiletto or Colonel K yet -- head to DazTibbles' page.
For those who follow these episode recaps, apologies for missing last week's of "Bright Lights, Dean's City". Real life got in the way for the first few days and by the time it got to Wednesday it seemed a bit pointless to write a recap. But real quickly - it was probably a B-, if for no other reason than it felt like the lesser companion to "Everybody Comes to Hank's". It was goofy but I think I'm done with the whole Phantom Limb/Prof. Incredible duo for a bit. So on to "Assisted Suicide", in which Dr. Orpheus returns and the show hits a high mark. As self-contained episodes go, this was one of the best over the past few years. The dialogue was crisp and funny, and there was just enough emotional depth to make it more than fluff. And did I mention Dr. Orpheus? Because he never g