In NLJ, Peter seems to be adjusting to a period of enhanced financial juggling, though moodiness remains a somewhat constant companion.
There is a short discussion about how Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake is sci-fi pulp masquerading as literature.
Speaking of sci-fi pulp, there's at least one collection of images inspired in part by the new (and kinda sexy) space suit being developed at MIT, and in part by the new (and kinda sexy) ray guns that are currently being released by Weta Workshops.
This is unconfirmed, but there may be word of a delicious cocoa-based rub for beef somewhere in upcoming posts. Remember, you heard it here first.
Hermione becomes King of the Pirates after offing the last of the house elves (presumably with a rogue blodger). In a solar sail ship of her own design, she leads a series of raids against scattered alien outposts in the Kuiper Belt. Though wildly successful, the raids spark a system-wide war in which all of humanity, Muggles and Wizards alike, must unite to save earth from a horde of energy sucking zombies and their carnivorous plants.
The 300 has no explicit buttsecks.
There may have been subway car leapfrogging shenanigans.