This Wednesday is a grab bag of pulp weirdness. There's a Frank Castle story that takes place in a house of illicit relaxation, a compilation of 1980s Marvel heroes versus a demonically possessed NYC, and Judge Dredd looking burly.
In the latest issue of The New Yorker, an alien civilization announces its intentions to visit our planet. But they're not a benevolent race out to share their technology; they're actually quite passive aggressive and have designs on our gravel.
Featuring the weirdest name for a PMP we've heard this week, the Commodore Gravel In Pocket supports MP4, MPEG, DivX, Xvid, WMV, MP3, WMA, WAV, JPG, BMP and GIF files. It has 1 or 2GB of internal flash memory, plus an expandable SD slot for removable memory. It plays at a respectable 24FPS (film quality) on its…