An interesting duality last night as Netflix brought John Ford's "Young Mr. Lincoln" and Mike Mignola's "The Amazing Screw-On Head". Ford's movie is a highly fictional account of one of Lincoln's first cases and is a classic film. Henry Fonda is made to look like Lincoln in many ways and it is a tour-de-force for him. Screw-On Head is one of the craziest things I've seen in awhile. Mignola is the genius behind Hellboy - this apparently was a one-shot comic featuring a secret agent robot that worked under Abraham Lincoln. It is crazy and hilarious - Mignola states in the Making of feature that he won't be doing more stories about Screw-On Head - what else was there to do?