Friday Links

Behold, the cover of Daredevil By Ed Brubaker & Michael Lark Ultimate Collection – Book 1, published not so long ago in the late 1990’s. As you can see, Daredevil finds himself in jail, although once again, for some reason, the prison warden has permitted a superhero to remain in costume while incarcerated.  Here’s how Amazon describes the narrative:

For the past few years, Matt Murdock’s life has been teetering on the edge of destruction. Now, pushed beyond the limit, Matt finds himself behind the eight ball with no clear way out, the people he calls friends slowly deserting him, and Hell’s Kitchen gradually slipping out of control. The question is, when his back is against the wall. just how far will Daredevil go to get back what is his? Plus: a special episode focusing on Daredevil’s best friend, Foggy Nelson. Spinning out of the stunning finale of Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev’s ground-breaking run, Brubaker and Lark pick up the billy club and run as hard and as fast as they can to leave their own mark on one of comics’ most enduring legends.

Um, that doesn’t really tell us why he’s in jail.  Or what charges he faces. Maybe we’ll just go back and read our September 2011 interview with Daredevil writer Mark Waid.

Uh-oh.  Bob Dylan is touring again, and he’s playing right here in our backyard in Charlotte, North Carolina. What to do? For our previous thoughts on him, please see here, a brief reference  here, here, and here).

Have you ever thought to yourself, “Gee, I really dig Abnormal Use and would like to know more about its writers!”  If so, you’re in luck.  Today, we’d like to introduce you to Nick Farr, so please read his official attorney biography here.