Links, 11aug2021

I’m going to own 55 copies of MULHOLLAND DRIVE before my expiration date: Citizen Kane to Lead Criterion’s First 4K Slate, via The Criterion Collection.

A must-read: Author Megan Abbott on Ballet and Womanhood, via The Cut.

“According to sources, Brubaker and Epting showed up in tuxedos to the premiere party for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, a movie directly based on their comics, only to find that they weren’t on the list. Brubaker texted Sebastian Stan, the actor who played his and Epting’s character, Bucky Barnes, and he let them in”:Marvel and DC face backlash over pay: ‘They sent a thank you note and $5,000 – the movie made $1bn’, via The Guardian.

A snort or a jab? Scientist debate potential benefits of intranasal Covid-19 vaccines, via Stat.

The age of the à la carte internet, via Axios.

INTERVIEW: Scott Snyder says “None of us are there to just take the money and hurt comics”, via The Beat.

Chromatics Announce Split After 20 Years Together, via The Quietus.

Installation at Tokyo’s National Art Center Made From Brochures of Pandemic-Related Cancelled Events, via Spoon & Tamago.

Tyler W. Weaver @twweaver