A weekly spin on the Web

By Noah Robischon
Updated May 11, 2001 at 04:00 AM EDT
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Nun-sense The site promoting the first new Go-Go’s album in 17 years is drawing the Catholic League’s wrath for depicting the girl group as nuns (www.gogos.com). Lead singer Belinda Carlisle says the band is puzzled by the League’s ”repeated calls to censor free expression.” But League chief William Donohue says it’ll take more than a PR ploy to resurrect the ’80s hitmakers: ”Now if they can go on tour without crashing, that really would be a second coming worth noting.”

Evil villains need not apply Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman are seeking a new face at the Justice League of America — judging from a prank job posting on Headhunter.net. Search under superhero to see the qualifications, which include the ability to emit red or green rays from your eyes.

Into the Myst Oscar-nominated Brad Dourif, who played Billy Bibbit in 1975’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and appears in the upcoming Lord of the Rings trilogy, makes his videogame debut this week as the villain in Myst III: Exile.

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