Once everything is unpacked and sorted, I’ll have plenty of time to read. I don’t remember buying the Will Eisner Reader, but there it is. A Contract with God is my fav.
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The unpacking continues. This is a mix of complete and incomplete, mixed origin comics. I plan to keep all of them, but only if I can complete the incomplete runs. Styx Taxi, Tokyo, London, and Europe are complete, so they’re cool. Kissing Chaos – Nonstop Beauty is done, but I’m missing #3 and #4 from […]
Still unpacking. These are books I somehow inherited or was gifted. I know for sure the Ren & Stimpy one was given to me because my birthday is on the cover and it’s something of an inside joke, but the others, I’m not entirely sure where they came from. They’re all incomplete! Word to the […]
I went out to dinner with my sister and it was an hour wait, so we decided to walk around the mall and we found this place. I knew it was there; I found out when I was looking for the Pascal Campion cover for Secret Wars: Secret Love, but I forgot about it since it […]
Just happened to see the cover in comiXology’s sale and thought it seemed familiar. I searched my blog to see if I wrote anything about, and I did. I completely forgot I was supposed to be keeping an eye out for it. This collection includes the first six issues. I’m happy to report that it […]
Time to catch up!
Truthfully, I had it in my mind that I was boycotting Marvel and this purchase kind of flies in the face of the reasons why, but after thinking about it for a few days, I decided I was fine with this purchase. I had to get the pascalcampion variant cover because it’s his work and […]
It’s finally here! I plan to read it during my break from episodes of Daredevil and doing my taxes this weekend.
It does what it reads on the tin. Sanity (red jumper) and Tallulah (yellow jumper) are, in fact, plucky teen girls who–one a bit more than the other–fancy themselves detectives of a sort in the star-spangled, asteroid and refuse-populated bluey-blackness of space. Sanity is the more for-the-benefit-of-science-minded voice of sound reason, while Tallulah is the […]
Shelley’s going through some things and rather than consult with her parents to suggest counselling, her school’s principle asks a student in her class to befriend her because she’s vulnerable. …Okay, I guess. So, Ryan, the student, and Shelley don’t seem to hate each other and she’s seems marginally receptive to his presence so, they […]