Imagine my surprise when she turned out to be auditioning for season two of the Glee Project.
Personally? This would be a small-time fandom plus if one of the biggest Doctor Who fans on the net becomes part of the New Directions show choir, but...that's me, I happen to like the show.
Also? She's got a great voice. I'm looking forward to the possibility of her showing up on the fannish show of fannishness (because seriously, forget other reality shows--The Glee Project only exists because fans wanted more Glee. Period).
Continuing from yesterday's WTF entry on comics, now we have Dan DiDio commenting that no Crisis events ever happened in the new DC reboot.
No, he's serious:
"For those in crisis over Crisis, let me clarify. The topic of Crisis was much discussed among the editors and talent working on The New 52. With so many characters and histories restarting, major events like Crisis are harder to place when they work for some and not for others."So, for the uninitiated, this is what he means:
- Zero Hour: Crisis in Time: gone
- Crisis on Multiple Earths: gone (does this mean Earth-2 is also gone? If so, this affects a ton of the Flash comics.) Still, this was the first book, and people found it confusing, so it was merged in a retcon into:
- Crisis on Infinite Earths: which is now gone
- Identity Crisis: gone (even though the rape of Sue Dibny was a huge crisis moment for the comics fandom; I guess now it never happened? Does that mean she never died?)
- Infinite Crisis: gone
- Final Crisis: gone
I can't shake the feeling that DC is shooting themselves in the foot, repeatedly, and changing guns on occasion to get more firepower and a larger blast radius.