Actually, all sorts of interesting things happened today, if you include a haphazard confluence of stuff delivered via the postal service: Rome
S1 (including a HBO sampler DVD, which is a good idea), Desperation
(we shall see), Body Melt
(we have already seen, and this is mostly for academic interest in the making-of), Nick Cave: The Road to God Knows Where / Live at the Paradiso
, the June '83 Playboy
(in which the Stephen King interview is indeed very revealing — and was that a Cthulhu cartoon?), July '76 Penthouse
(that would be 'The Ledge', an evil little story) and Marvel's Bizarre Adventures
#29 (an adaptation of 'The Lawnmower Man' with Walter Simonson doing the art. Images are possibly redundant for this one, but 'tis always fun).
Then there was the latest World Vision
newsletter which contained the most uninformative graph ever (and various other things besides).
But does such an accumulation of material amount to interest or, dare I hope, content? Alas.